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Sexuality Matters! Part B: Design and Deliver a Sexuality Education Program

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Course description

This course is designed to follow on from Sexuality Matters! Part A: provide rights-based sexuality supports. The course is especially useful for disability staff who want to plan and deliver a comprehensive sexuality education program for their clients with intellectual disability. 

This is a valuable course for those who may already be delivering informal education in their workplace and want to take the next step in ensuring that the information they deliver is structured, evidence-based and sex positive.  

Topics include:

  • Holistic and rights-based approaches to sexuality education
  • Best practice principles in education
  • Preparing and planning education programs
  • Evaluating programs
  • Planning and writing a session plan
  • Delivering your program

Participants will engage in activity based learning that explores the sexuality, sexual health and wellbeing issues for their specified target group.  Sessions will cover the principles of identifying training needs, designing, delivering and evaluating effective education programs to meet the needs of groups of learners or individuals. In the second half of the course, participants will develop a program session plan and have the chance to deliver it to fellow participants in a safe and constructive environment. We will also provide a range of resources that can be used with clients to deliver sexuality education programs. 

Who should attend?

Workers in the disability service sector who are required to conduct education sessions on sexuality issues. This may include managers, support workers, case managers and allied health professionals.

Course structure

Face-to-Face Workshop: one day course

Interactive webinar series: three online workshops of two hours each

Eligibility / Prerequisite

Sexuality Matters! Part A or equivalent is a pre-requisite to this course.

Participants need access to a PC or laptop with a working camera and microphone as this is an interactive course.  Phones are not recommended. 



Recognition / Accreditation

Participants who attend all three webinars or the whole day face-to-face workshop will receive a Statement of Attendance.

Further information

Contact: Course Administration Unit, Education Services

Email: education@fpnsw.org.au

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