The fun stuff
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Below you can find online and face-to-face training to improve your skills at talking about sexual health with young people.

Please note if a young person has a personal question about sexual health and want to talk to a sexual health nurse, they can ask Nurse Nettie.

Sticky Stuff Online

Sticky Stuff Online is an engaging and interactive adaption of the popular Sticky Stuff training delivered across the state. This online training creates an exciting opportunity for organisations caring for young people and workers looking for tools, tips and activities for engaging young people around sexual health. Sticky Stuff Online is also an ideal refresher for those who have attended Sticky Stuff in the past.

This online training is completely self-paced, free to access, takes about an hour or so and provides a certificate upon completion.

To access the training, follow this link to go to Yfoundations’ website and click on the Sticky Stuff Online training link.

 

The Nitty Gritty

The Nitty Gritty: Specialised reproductive and sexual health training for youth workers. This course provides strategies for youth workers and others working with young people to support good reproductive and sexual health in young people.  Explore ways to communicate effectively about consent, STIs and contraception and identify appropriate resources and referral pathways for young people, including specific approaches for working with priority population groups.

Doin It Right

AH&MRC has created a new online program, ‘Doin it Right’, which explores issues related to sexual health. The online program was created as a tool to educate Indigenous Youth and Aboriginal Health Workers on sexual health topics including sexuality, gender, reproductive systems, self-esteem, STI’s, healthy relationships and pregnancy. The program was created to address the gap in sexual health education for Indigenous Youth and aims to equip Aboriginal Health Workers/Professionals with the resources needed to communicate around these complex issues.

To access the training, visit the AH&MRC online learning platform and click ‘Doin It Right’.

ACON Pride Training

Pride Training for health and community organisations and service providers.

ACON provides courses, information and services to assist health and community organisations to increase their knowledge of LGBTI communities, their experiences living in Australia, and guidance on inclusive practices.
ACON has over 30 years history working with LGBTI communities and 10 years of delivering and inclusion programs. ACON trainers are community members and allies.

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