Education and training

Yarning about Sexuality - 2 day workshop

Yarning about Sexuality is a two day face-to-face, non-clinical professional education course which aims to build the capacity of Aboriginal Health Workers (AHWs) to provide RSH information to clients and community members.

The Yarning about Sexuality course is mapped to a nationally recognised unit of competency (CHCEDU003: Provide sexual and reproductive health information to clients) where through successfule completion of course assessment, students obtain a nationally recognised statement of attainment.

For more information on dates and locations you can contact the Health Promotion Team:

Strong Family Program

The Strong Family program has been developed following consultation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in NSW. The program brings together men and boy's groups and women and girl's groups to yarn about the key issues in their community regarding RSH.

The program has been developed to engage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people, community members and Elders in conversations about parenting, relationships, STIs and safe sex, contraception, puberty, drugs, alcohol and risk taking, peer support and role modelling, and celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture.

Delivery of the Strong Family program is flexible and designed to work with community needs. This program can be delivered over one full day, or over multiple sessions.

For more information on delivery options, dates and locations you can contact the Health Promotion Team:

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