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Mooditj leader training



Mooditj leader training is a four day course that gives participants the skills to run Mooditj groups for young people in their community. Mooditj leader training is designed for Aboriginal community people or anyone working with Aboriginal youth.

Mooditj is a sexual health and positive life skills program for Aboriginal young people aged 10-14 years. Mooditj is delivered in a culturally safe manner to help young people learn about: relationships; sexual health; identity; puberty; and emotions and feelings.

The Mooditj leader training workshop is fun and interactive, while building participants' confidence and knowledge to run Mooditj young people's groups.

FPWA are offering 18 places to Aboriginal men or non-Aboriginal men who work with Aboriginal young people in the Pilbara communities near Roebourne, Port Hedland, and Karratha. The course cost is subsidised at $100. Accommodation, travel, wages, etc. is expected to be paid by person's agency or community. Limited financial assistance is available to cover part costs.


Murray Masters
Ph: (08) 9227 6177
Email: murray.masters@fpwa.org.au

Ollie Smith
Ph: (08) 9227 6177
Email: ollie.smith@fpwa.org.au


Last updated: 31 May 2012
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