Supporting People with Disability to Access the Sex Industry

Who would benefit from this course

Workers in the disability service sector, including managers, support workers, case managers and allied health professionals.

Course description

This one-day course is designed to enable service providers to sort fact from fiction, develop knowledge on duty of care, address barriers and make referrals when supporting a person with disability to use the services of the sex industry.

Conducted in partnership with Touching Base Inc.

Entry requirements / eligibility

Applicants must have prior work experience supporting people with disability

Learning outcomes

  • Provide facts about the sex industry
  • Provide information about the background and aims of Touching Base Inc.
  • Provide information about the duty of care implications when assisting people with disability to access sex services
  • Identify barriers for people with disability in accessing sex services
  • Enable participants to confidently discuss a client's needs in relation to accessing sex services
  • Identify the steps required to support a person with disability to access sex services using the Touching Base Policy and Procedural Guide

Course structure

Mode of delivery Duration
Face-to-face 1 day (9:00am - 4:30pm)



Unit of competency


Course cost


Note: Registration fee includes a copy of the 'Touching Base Policy and Procedural Guide for disability service providers supporting clients to access sex services'


All participants receive a Statement of Attendance

Further information

Contact : Course Administration, Education Services
Phone : (02) 8752 4300 press 1 for Education Services
Email :

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