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.

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  • Beyond the Birds and Bees

    This six-hour course is designed for primary school teachers and others who work with primary school children.  The course examines the values and attitudes that underpin education in reproductive and sexual health, enabling participants to experience practical teaching and learning strategies to engage students, and to critically reflect on their current programs and practice. >> more...

  • Beyond the Nuts and Bolts

    This six-hour course is designed for secondary school teachers and others working with young people in secondary schools who wish to improve their knowledge, understanding and skills to address reproductive and sexual health.  >> more...

  • Reproductive and Sexual Health: A Population Health Approach

    This UTS subject aims to further develop students' specialty knowledge around reproductive and sexual health using a health promotion fra >> more...

  • Sexual Health Education for Life: the PDHPE Curriculum for students with disability

    This course provides basic information and strategies for talking about relationships, sexuality and safety for students. It also supports the teaching of the PDHPE Life Skills/Disabilities Outcomes that relate to sexuality. >> more...

  • Sexual Health Education: Working It Out

    This course will enable teachers of years 5-8 students (Stages 3-4) to build on existing knowledge and increase confidence in answering challenging questions around puberty, relationships and sexual health using a holistic approach. >> more...

  • Sexuality and Health Essentials for Youth and Community Workers

    This workshop is designed for workers in the youth and community services sector to increase their knowledge of sexuality and sexual health issues which may affect their clients.  Participants will learn to develop effective communication strategies and identify appropriate resources and referral pathways to support good sexual health in young people. >> more...

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