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Updated Pregnancy Choices Training in July

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SHINE SA, May 2018 SHINE SA’s Pregnancy Choices training for has been updated and is running in July. This 2-day course defines and explains all the options available to people experiencing an unplanned pregnancy. It is open to nurses, midwives, doctors, counsellors, community health workers, school counsellors, youth workers, Aboriginal Health Workers, and any professional who encounters...

The FRESH Course: SHine SA’s Sexual Health Course for Youth & Community Workers

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SHINE SA, posted 7/4/17 The FRESH Course: SHINE SA’s Sexual Health Course for Youth & Community Workers is a dynamic 3-day course which aims to update workers to include relationships and sexual health education and support them in their work. On completion of the FRESH Course you will have: > an increased level of confidence working with clients in the area of sexual health > a better...

Youth Mental Health First Aid Course at SHINE

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SHINE SA, March 2017 Learn skills and gain confidence to assist young people experiencing mental health problems or crises. If you have frequent contact with young people at work, or you are the parent of a young person, this course will help you: identify the signs of mental health problems know how and where to get help understand what sort of help has been shown to be effective Course Outline...

New website to help teachers talk sex and gender with students

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Educators NZ, September 23, 2015 RainbowYOUTH has launched a new website aimed to increase understanding and support of sex, gender and sexuality diversity within year 7-13 classrooms in New Zealand. The website, Inside Out, contains free teaching resources, class guidelines and video content designed to ignite conversations. The resource has been produced in a partnership between RainbowYOUTH...

Welcome to SASHA

SASHA is a current awareness service with news and views on various aspects of sexual health and sexuality, from a wide range of sources. These range from credible sources of sexual health and related information, to relevant opinion pieces in the media.

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