|Wed 10 Jun 2020||Online||Fully booked|
|Wed 19 Aug 2020||Online||Open now|
|Tue 1 Dec 2020||1 day||TBC||Open now|
Are you a youth and community worker?
- Do you feel confident talking to young people about their sexual health?
- What age do most Australian young people become sexually active?
- What does non-binary or cisgender mean?
This course is delivered by experienced nurse educators currently working with young people in both educational and clinic settings. For our eLearning module in prior to the course dates, participants will be required to undertake reading and video assignments and complete an online module in their own time. Both the June and August eLearning sessions of Sex in the City will be presented online via Zoom: participants will join our presenters in a virtual classroom for interactive sessions from their own device.
At present, the December sessions of Sex in the City are scheduled to be presented on-site at our Action Centre location, but may be adjusted to eLearning sessions in line with physical distancing and safety recommendations.
For more information see the provisional timetable here (subject to change).
- An overview of sexual health for young people
- Updates and key considerations when working with young people on:
- Access to reproductive and sexual health services during the pandemic
- Sexually transmissible infections/blood borne viruses
- Latest updates on contraception
- Unplanned pregnancy
- Sexual diversity and gender diversity, resources and referral pathways
FREE for professional individuals working with young people outside of the mainstream secondary school settings or at risk young people aged 12-25.
This course is intended for individuals working in youth and community organisations that support young people outside of the mainstream secondary school settings or at risk young people aged 12-25.
* For nursing staff please see the following link for equivalent courses:
* For medical staff please see the following link for equivalent courses:
Presented online via Zoom