Introduction to Disability Advocacy Online Course – The courses are primarily targeted to disability advocates, however everyone is welcome to give them a go. The main aim of the training is to provide skills, knowledge and resources that promote a human rights approach to working with people with disability (DARU).
Amaze (Shaping the Future for Autism) online Training – Amaze provides a great range of workshops, courses, information sessions and other training opportunities for the community (for a fee).
Online courses in Dementia including younger onset Dementia – Free interactive online learning courses provide you with contemporary, evidence based dementia learning. Centre for Dementia Learning.
Online courses in person centred communication and practice – $15, 1 hour duration. Centre for Dementia Learning.
Online course: A problem solving approach to behaviours – $15, 1 hour duration. Centre for Dementia Learning
DV alert 10 weeks e-learning course – Designed for allied health, higher education, childcare and community frontline workers in Australia who are not able to attend a two-day face-to-face workshop, the DV-alert e-Learning enables trainees to recognise the signs of domestic violence, respond appropriately and refer the case if necessary.
Video of multi-sensory impairment seminar – Educational, psychosocial and therapeutic challenges for children and young people with multi-sensory impairments. A seminar held on Monday 28 May 2018 at the Victorian Deaf Education Institute saw five presentations made to parents, specialist and mainstream teachers, educational support staff, speech pathologists, psychologists, audiologists, occupational therapists, and physiotherapists. The presentations were videotaped and provide strategies and procedures that support a deeper understanding of the impact of multi-sensory impairments on learning and development.
Disability Awareness: an introduction to disability. Understanding is the first step to inclusion for people with disability. The training was developed as part of the Australian Government initiative, National Disability Coordination Officer Program.
Global Adolescent Health: Free online course. This course will explore the dynamic factors affecting the health and wellbeing of young people around the world, and how important it is for individuals, communities and nations that we improve the health and life chances of this important population group.
Developmental differences in children who have experienced adversity: Emerging evidence and implications for practice – This webinar outlined emerging evidence on the impact of early adversity on children’s development and discussed implications for practice. From Child, Family, Community, Australia.
Recognising and managing oppositional defiant disorder – webinar by Mental Health Professionals Network (MHPN). April 2018.
Improving healthcare for people with intellectual disability – The series of three free Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) courses are designed to help those in the healthcare industry understand best practice for people with intellectual disability.
Emerging Minds Training – The National Workforce Centre for Child Mental Health offers innovative online courses specifically designed to support your practice. For clinical or non-clinical professionals who works with children (aged 0 – 12 years), with adults who are parents, or with families. The courses are interactive and engaging, free, available 24-7 and contain invaluable practical demonstrations to enable you to visualise putting learning into practice.
Challenging behaviour and intellectual disability – free e-learning. A series of new modules about intellectual disability and mental disorder. Two new modules on legal and ethical practice, and three modules on challenging behaviour. The modules are evidence-based and peer-reviewed, and aim to equip health professionals to deliver optimal services to people with an intellectual disability and a mental disorder.
Human Rights and You is a national video-based e-learning program for disability support workers about why human rights matter when supporting people with disability. The program aligns with the Victorian Government’s Zero Tolerance to Abuse measures. Tpics explored include: What are Human Rights; Rights and Responsibilities; When Rights Go Wrong; Asking for Help. Each topic takes approximately 20 minutes to complete and it is free to sign up to access the learning platform.
Headspace – Course Modules on Mental Health Wellbeing for Allied Health Professionals.
Trauma and the Child – This course will introduce you to key elements of understanding the prevalence of trauma, and its impact on children and families. With the right supports, children can and do recover from experiences of trauma and adversity.
Epilepsy online training courses – Epilepsy Action Australia’s online courses have been designed to provide comprehensive and flexible training, that can be accessed anywhere at any time.
COPMI (Children of Parents with a Mental Illness) – The COPMI national initiative offer interactive eLearning courses to professionals in mental health and allied health areas who are in key positions where they can assist parents who have a mental illness, their children and families.
Idmh e-learning: free eLearning resources about intellectual disability for professionals, carers, and consumers.
Training materials for teachers of learners with severe, profound and complex learning difficulties – 16 modules on child development, supporting families, quality of life, communication and interaction, assessment, monitoring and evaluation, augmentative and assistive strategies, positive behaviour support strategies, emotional well-being, and neuro-science.
https://www.nds.org.au/zero-tolerance-framework/understanding-abuse – A 30-minute video based e-learning program for disability support workers. Three modules with printable worksheets help facilitate personal and group reflection and a commitment to action.