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 Birds And Bees

    This one day course takes a holistic approach to delivering relationships, sexuality and sexual health education to primary school students.  Evidence-based strategies, practical activities and current resources are presented to support teachers to critically reflect on their current programs and practice and create inclusive and engaging learning experiences for students. >> more...

  • 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...

  • Sexual Health Education for Life: the PDHPE Curriculum for Students with Disability

    A one day course for teachers and School Learning Support Officers working with primary and secondary students with an intellectual disability. Topics include teaching relationship skills, positive sexuality and safety, curriculum scoping and sequencing, tips for answering challenging questions, working with families and using current resources that can be adapted for different learners.   >> more...

  • Sexual Health Education: Working it Out

    This one day course enables teachers of year 5-8 to increase their knowledge and confidence in delivering sexuality education programs about puberty, relationships 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...

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