Courses

Family Planning NSW provide specialist training in the area of reproductive and sexual health, as well as workplace-based training and community education workshops and programs. We are a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) authorised by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) to provide nationally accredited courses under the Australian Qualifications Framework. Courses for teachers, doctors, nurses, midwives may also be approved for professional development points or hours. Please see individual course descriptions for details.

Use the ‘Book a course’ menu on the right to browse our courses for doctors, nurses, disability workers, teachers, health workers and other service providers

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  • Beyond the Nuts and Bolts: Face-to-face

    This course enables teachers of secondary school students to develop their knowledge and confidence in delivering sexuality education programs about relationships, sexuality and sexual health using a holistic approach.  Sessions feature hands-on activities, current resources and evidence-based strategies with a focus on creating supportive and inclusive learning environments. >> more...

  • Beyond the Nuts and Bolts: Webinar series

    Are you responsible for delivering sexual health ed >> more...

  • Cervical Screening Update Webinar

    Refresh and update your knowledge on cervical screening with this 1.5 hour webinar which includes latest information on the updated National Cervical Screening Program, case study discussions and a Q&A session. >> more...

  • Cervical Screening Upskilling

    This blended learning course is designed to help enhance your current knowledge and technique in cervical screening. It covers theory through online learning, and practise through a 4 hour face-to-face workshop led by Family Planning NSW clinicians. >> more...

  • Contraceptive Implant (Implanon NXT) Insertion and Removal Training

    Gain knowledge about the contraceptive implant, Implanon NXT and the skills to safely insert and remove it through supervised simulated practise. This workshop is designed for clinicians with experience in contraceptive consultation and the use of local anaesthetic. Those without experience can attend by invitation - contact Family Planning NSW for details. >> more...

  • Contraceptive Implant (Implanon NXT) Insertion and Removal Training for Nurses and Midwives

    Gain knowledge about the contraceptive implant, Implanon NXT and the skills to safely insert and remove it through supervised simulated p >> more...

  • Doctors Short Course in Reproductive and Sexual Health

    This course is designed for doctors who wish to improve their knowledge of contraception, STIs, Cervical Screening Testing, unintended pregnancy options, menopause and sexual assault. It comprises pre-workshop online learning (approximately 1.5 hours) and a 2 day face-to-face workshop. >> more...

  • FPAA National Certificate in Reproductive & Sexual Health for Doctors - Distance Mode

    This course is designed for doctors who wish to improve their core knowledge of contraception, STIs, Cervical screening testing, unintended pregnancy options, menopause and sexual assault. The course provides blended learning through 3 modules which includes a 2 day face-to-face workshop, online learning, assessment and clinical placements.   >> more...

  • FPAA National Certificate in Sexual & Reproductive Health for Doctors - Face-to-face

    This course is designed for doctors who wish to improve their core knowledge of contraception, STIs, Cervical Screening Testing, unintended pregnancy option, menopause and sexual assault. This course consists of 3 modules and is designed to extend skills through pre-workshop online learning, a 5 day face-to-face workshop, assessment and clinical placements.  >> more...

  • Introduction to Sexuality and Disability

    Introductory course for disability sector workers to support people with intellectual disability in their sexuality and relationships.  Explore workers’ roles in upholding clients’ rights to experience safe and fulfilling sexual lives, developing health literacy, and building the capacity of people with intellectual disability and their families within legal and policy frameworks.  >> more...

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