Teaching Contraception, Sexually Transmissible Infections and Blood Borne Viruses within school settings – Reproductive & Sexual Health Kit included

online  |  Fees apply


Participants of this online learning course will explore the sexual behaviour of young people and will develop effective strategies for teaching sexual and reproductive health.

Participants will current knowledge and methods of best practice in the area of Contraception, Sexually Transmissible Infections and Blood Borne Viruses.

Learning Intentions

Participants will:

  • identify key messages and develop a pedagogical approach and around teaching safer sex
  • acquire specialist activities/resources to support teaching and learning in the workplace
  • review the latest contraceptive methods
  • review the statistics, testing and treatments of STIs and BBVs
  • develop sex positive, harm minimisation approaches to sexual health
  • develop strategies to answer questions with confidence

Reproductive & Sexual Health Kit

This helpful teaching aid contains samples of contraceptive methods:

  • Long-acting reversible forms of contraception (contraceptive implant, intrauterine device)
  • Other forms of contraception (contraceptive pill, emergency contraception)
  • Barrier methods (internal condom, external condom, dental dam)
  • Demonstration “banana” penis
  • Lubricant
  • Contraception efficacy cards
  • Contraceptive Options handbook (class set)

Kit available soon.

Online learning details

  • 3-hour online course with certificate upon completion.
  • FPV online learning courses are developed by experienced sexuality educators.
  • All curriculum materials and learning activities provided are aligned to the Victorian Curriculum.
  • This course is designed for school staff (pre-service teachers/teachers/aides/welfare) and school nurses working within school settings.


$350 (GST does not apply, includes the cost of the kit)


Contact us

Schools & Education

Telephone: 03 9257 0191 

Fax: 03 9257 0112

Email: bookingenquiry@fpv.org.au