Delivered Canberra, the SHFPACT Contraceptive Implant (Implanon NXT) Training Workshop has been designed for Doctors and GP’s who wish to learn safe insertion and removal of the contraceptive implant.
Demonstrate safe insertion of the contraceptive implant
Demonstrate safe removal of the contraceptive implant
Counsel patients on the use of the contraceptive implant
Manage common side effects associated with the contraceptive implant
1.5 hour face to face workshop, includes theory and practise on a model arm. SHFPACT is a leading provider of training...
Prepares people with intellectual disability and/or Autism Spectrum Disorder for work and helps them maintain employment.
SoSAFE! Goes to Work provides a pathway for individuals with intellectual disability and/or ASD to enter and remain in the workforce with an enhanced understanding and integration of social norms, appropriate workplace behaviours and social and sexual safety.
The program includes:
Free parents’/ carers’ workshop
Free workplace seminar
In the educational component participants develop an undetanding of categories of relationships and permissible...
SoSAFE! is a set of visual and conceptual tools designed to promote social safety for individuals living with intellectual disability and/or Autism Spectrum.
SoSAFE! Training includes a copy of the SoSAFE! Manual and Resource Kit, as well as a license to produce SoSAFE! materials for up to 50 clients.
The one day SoSAFE! User Training is an essential part of the SoSAFE! program. It introduces teachers, parents, carers, counsellors and disability workers etc. to the framework and the rationale behind SoSAFE!. It will equip them with the visual tools, lesson plans and skills to implement this...
SoSAFE! Goes to Work for Managers and Co-workers is a one day training for managers and co-workers of people with intellectual disability and/or Autism Spectrum Disorder.
The training will provide you with the skills, tools and strategies from the SoSAFE! framework to support co-workers living with intellectual disability and/or Autism Spectrum Disorder.
The training will be tailored to meet the needs of your workplace, and includes:
Understanding disability, sexuality and social safety
Introduction to SoSAFE! concepts, language and tools
Applying SoSAFE! tools in the workplace
This workshop is designed for suitably experienced GPs who wish to learn to insert IUDs or GPs who are interested in learning more about IUDs as a contraceptive option for their patients but intend to refer them elsewhere for insertion.
THIS COURSE IS NOW FULL
The Family Planning Alliance Of Australia Certificate Course For Doctors In Reproductive And Sexual Health is a nationally accredited course is designed for medical practitioners who wish to expand their knowledge and increase their skills in the delivery of sexual and reproductive health care.
2023 COURSESAPPLICATIONS NOW OPEN!
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Sexual Health and Family Planning ACT is the leader in integrated sexual and reproductive health workforce development, including post-graduate sexual and reproductive health education for nurses and doctors in the ACT region.
High quality continuing professional development for the nursing and allied health workforce is central to SHFPACT’s strategic directions to ensure continuing access by the ACT community to high quality sexual and reproductive health services.
SHFPACT offers a Well Women's Screening Course specifically designed and developed to provide nurses working in primary health...
The goal of Teaching Relationships and Puberty in Grades 3-6 is to increase teachers’ skills and confidence in delivering sexuality and relationships education in primary schools.
As Relationships, Puberty, Emotions, Consent and Health Information are focus areas in the Australia Health and Physical Education Curriculum (Australian Curriculum, 2022), teachers must deliver this content in schools. Teaching Relationships and Puberty in Grades 3-6 is designed to support teachers in delivering this content to a high standard, fulfilling curriculum requirements and contributing to educating a generation...
The goal of Teaching Relationships and Sexuality in Secondary Schools is to increase teachers’ skills and confidence in delivering sexuality and relationships education in schools. As Identity, Relationships, Consent and Sexuality are focus areas in the Australia Health and Physical Education Curriculum (Australian Curriculum, 2022), teachers must deliver this content in schools. Teaching Relationships and Sexuality in Secondary Schools is designed to support teachers in delivering relationships and sexuality education to a high standard, fulfilling curriculum requirements and contributing to...
The goal of Relationships and Protective Behaviours Training is to build teachers’ skills and confidence in delivering education about the human body and relationships. Safety, Consent and Relationships are focus areas of the Australian Health and Physical Education Curriculum (Australian Curriculum, 2022), therefore it is vital that teachers are familiar with current content and practices in these areas. This training builds on teacher content knowledge and assists teachers to plan programs about the human body, relationships and social safety. Relationships and Protective Behaviours Training...
Puberty is a significant time of growth and change that all humans experience, and education on the topic has many positive impacts for young people. SHFPACT’s series of workshops use a variety of educational experiences to explore the Physical, Social and Emotional changes that occur during puberty and how to manage them. All workshops are mapped to the content descriptors of the Year 5 & 6 Health and Physical Education Australian Curriculum and contain content about consent.
Each session is 90 minutes. Schools can opt to book sessions 1 & 2 or sessions 1 to 4.
Do you want to learn about how you can contribute to building safer and more inclusive schools for all students?
The Safe and Inclusive Schools Initiative are running a free 3 Hour * TQI-accredited training workshop to unpack and examine the experiences of Australian LGBTQIA+ students, and how to be more inclusive.