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    WASHN Team
    Keymaster

    Build your skills to work with young people around relationships and sexual health! Registrations are now available for the new Nuts and Bolts training. The training has recently been modified and is now NOT FOR NURSES who should instead attend ‘The Bare Essentials’.

    Please find the flyer and registration form attached at the bottom of this page.

    Young people want to talk about relationships and sexual health, but it’s not always easy! This course will help you open that potential can of worms and handle those tricky moments that might follow.
    Nuts and Bolts develops the core knowledge, attitudes and skills required to provide information
    and support for young people around respectful relationships and sexual health issues.

    Nuts and Bolts is made up of one core day and two full day electives. The core is a pre-requisite
    for all electives. Participants have 12 months to complete all three days to receive a Nuts and
    Bolts certificate.

    Core (one day) – You and your role: young people’s sexual health and rights
    Elective 1 (one day) – Sex and drugs, safety and pleasure
    Elective 2 (one day) – Contemporary sexuality: sex and ethics, diversity and technology

    All participants gain skills to:
    - Create a safe space and talk about relationships and sexual health
    - Provide information and discuss a range of sexual health topics and issues
    - Promote informed choices, motivate positive choices and healthy behaviours
    - Provide appropriate support and referral for young people with sexual health concerns

    This course has been designed for people in the youth sector. It is also suitable for a wide range
    of people working in the community including Aboriginal health workers, AIEOs, SEWB workers
    and other mental health workers, drug and alcohol workers, health promotion officers, nurses,
    midwives and teachers.

    Please find the flyer and registration form attached at the bottom of this page.

    #3551

    Lisa Ray
    Participant

    Ohh!! great work… You are a man of letters.Keep posting…

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