|Mon 27 Nov – Tue 28 Nov 2017||2 full days||Box Hill||Open now|
Registered training organisation (RTO) unit: CHCEDU003 – Provide sexual & reproductive health information to clients.
A non-clinical course that has been designed for social workers, youth workers and other allied health professionals and service providers who provide sexual and reproductive healthcare.
Participating in this course will enable you to provide sexual and reproductive health information to clients, particularly young people, for improved health outcomes.
This course addresses the skills and knowledge required to communicate with and provide information to others in the area of sexual and reproductive health in one to one or small group environments.
Lectures, demonstrations, workshops, role-plays, group work and assessments address the following topics:
- understanding personal and social values and attitudes and the potential impact on information provision
- positive self-esteem and self-concept
- knowledge of community resources and organisations
- basic knowledge and understanding of sexuality development across the lifespan including:
- anatomy and physiology of human sexuality
- sexual function and dysfunction
- pregnancy, birth and contraception
- reproductive and sub-fertility issues
- sexuality events in the lifecycle
Who would benefit from this course?
This non-clinical course is intended for professionals in a range of community service work and client education workplaces. This may include, but is not limited to, youth workers, social workers, justice workers, nurses, midwives, allied health professionals, Aboriginal health workers, educators and community health workers.
Entry requirements / Eligibility
No restrictions apply
Participants must attend the two day workshop, participate in group activities and role plays, and successfully complete all assessment tasks as described below:
- Identifying Local Services (pre-course activity)
- Forced Choice
- Question and Answer Assessment
- Role Play Assessment
- Workplace Observation Assessment.
Successful completion of unit of competency: CHCEDU003: Provide sexual & reproductive health information to clients.
Accreditation / Recognition
$595.00 including morning and afternoon tea.
2017 Scholarship Opportunity
FPV are very pleased to offer a Health Professional Scholarship for this course on the following date(s):
- Sexual & Reproductive Health First Aid
1 scholarship for May 29-30, 2017
For more information on eligibility and how to apply, please see our Health Professional Scholarships page.
To register for this course, the VRQA requires participants to submit their expression of interest via the Enquire button below.
Upon receiving your expression of interest, we will forward to you both the:
- Student Handbook
- Registration form
Upon receiving your completed registration form, we will finalise full payment and confirm your enrollment.
For information regarding cancellation, please refer to our terms & conditions.