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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  • IUD Case Discussion Evening

    This evening forum offers clinicians currently inserting IUDs the opportunity to network and discuss current evidence based guidelines and practices in the form of clinical case studies with peers and experienced Family Planning NSW clinicians.  >> more...

  • IUD Insertion Training

    This practical course provides knowledge and skills to perform IUD insertions and manage common IUD related problems. It comprises online learning activities, a face-to-face workshop and a clinical placement. >> more...

  • Refresher Day for Doctors

    Update and refresh your knowledge and skills at this high-level, annual forum designed for doctors who have knowledge and experience in reproductive and sexual health. Gain latest news in research and best practice to reflect on and stretch your skills and practice. >> more...

  • Reproductive and Sexual Health - Clinical Accreditation Program (RSH-CAP)

    This course is designed to prepare nurses and midwives to function in an extended clinical role as a practitioner in the specialty of reproductive and sexual health. Content includes history taking, contraception, sexually transmissible infections, cervical screening, breast awareness, disability, diversity, menopause, and men’s health.   >> more...

  • Reproductive and Sexual Health Clinical Forum for Health Care Professionals

    This event is for clinicians working in regional areas to enhance their knowledge and practice on reproductive and sexual health through updates on current best practice, clinical guidelines and practical techniques. >> more...

  • Reproductive and Sexual Health in the Australian Context for Doctors (International Medical Graduates)

    This course is designed for International Medical Graduates (IMGs) with limited experience in reproductive and sexual health in the Australian setting. It comprises a 2 day workshop with optional training in cervical screening and contraceptive implant. Participants can also elect to undertake an observational session at a Family Planning NSW clinic. >> more...

  • Reproductive and Sexual Health Professional Development Day for Nurses and Midwives

    Reproductive and sexual health professional development day for nurses, midwives and health professionals provides an opportunity to network, gain up to date information on practice guidelines and discuss current case studies. Presentations include pregnancy choices and options, men’s sexual health and wellbeing, contraception, menopause and STIs. >> 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...

  • Sexuality and Disability: Workplace Policy Made Easy

    Sexuality policies of an organisation help staff to respond appropriately and consistently to clients’ sexual needs and behaviours.  Staf >> more...


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