Events and Professional Development - Western Australian teachers and school nurses - relationships and sexual health education
The Aboriginal Health Council of WA (AHCWA) is the peak body for Aboriginal health in Western Australia. AHCWA work to improve health outcomes for Aboriginal people and their communities. AHCWA offer a range of sector support and education and training services, including the flagship The Birds and the BBVs sexual health and blood-borne virus training course.
Curtin University delivers undergraduate and postgraduate units in relationships and sexuality education to increase confidence and capacity as an RSE educator and learn practical teaching strategies. Students from any WA university are able to enrol in the units via a cross‐institutional enrolment.
eSafeKids strives to reduce and prevent harm through proactive prevention education, supporting and inspiring parents, carers, educators and other professionals to talk with children, young people and vulnerable adults about protective behaviours, body safety, cyber safety, digital wellness and pornography. A range of resources and education and training offerings are available for professionals, parents/carers and students.
eSafety is Australia's independent regulator for online safety. eSafety empowers Australian's to have safer, more positive online experiences. A range of free resources and education and training offerings are available for educators, parents, young people, kids, industry and other groups.
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The National Association for Prevention of Child abuse and Neglect (NAPCAN) offers training and programs Australia wide which focus on offering best practice in prevention of child abuse. Topics include protective behaviours; prevention of physical, sexual, emotional abuse and neglect; mandatory reporting; and respectful relationships education.
PB West teach strategies to help prevent abuse, reduce violence and encourage adventurous, fulfilling lives. PB West offer a range of protective behaviours education and training for professionals, teachers, children, young and vulnerable people. PB West can walk alongside your school, staff, parents and students to meet the needs of your curriculum requirements.
Safe4Kids is a Perth based company that specialises in child protection education, protective behaviours, and body safety. Safe4Kids provides a range of resources and education and training offerings for professionals and parents/carers, including tailored options, in-class modelling of lessons, and the Safe4Kids Protective Education Program.
SECCA is a non-profit organisation that supports people with disability to learn about relationships, sexuality and sexual health across the lifespan. SECCA offer a range of education services for carers, families, teachers and professionals, to help them better understand and support others in their relationships and sexuality. SECCA also provide specialist counselling and education services, consultancy and a range of resources.
The Sexual Assault Resource Centre (SARC) is a free service located in Perth providing crisis services, counselling services, information and resources, and professional education and training. Education and training offerings include a free e-learning package Sexual trauma and responding to disclosures of sexual assault.
SHQ (Sexual Health Quarters) is an independent, non-profit organisation providing specialised services in sexual health and relationship wellbeing for all. SHQ offers a wide range of education and training opportunities in sexual and reproductive health, education sessions for young people, SHQ group visits, community youth events (stalls) and a range of other community and individual services.
SiREN is the WA Sexual Health and Blood-borne Virus Applied Research and Evaluation Network. SiREN provides free online training modules designed to support those working in the WA sexual health and blood-borne virus sector to build capabilities in health promotion planning and evaluation.
The RSE Project, based at Curtin University, provides a range of professional development opportunities to Western Australian schools (K-12) in the area of relationships and sexuality education (RSE). The RSE Project training aligns with the Western Australian curriculum and is suitable for all school sectors.
True Relationships & Reproductive Health (previously Family Planning Queensland) delivers expert sexual and reproductive health services. Nationally available professional development offerings include Traffic Lights® for professionals.
WA Child Safety Services is a Western Australian not-for-profit provider of Protective Behaviours, Online Safety and Child Protection education and resources. A range of resources and education and training offerings are available for professionals, parents/carers and students.
The Department of Health is offering small grants of up to $1200 to WA schools to support their Relationships and Sexuality Education (RSE) programs. The aim of these grants is to provide resources that will assist in the provision of effective, comprehensive RSE.
The Youth Educating Peers (YEP) Project aims to support and educate young people on relationships, sexual health and blood-borne virus (SHBBV) issues. The YEP Project offers a range of professional development presentations and workshops on a variety of relationships and sexuality education topics for people working with young people. The YEP Project also offer professional consultation services, youth workshop delivery and a wide range of resources.