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This section contains information about courses and training offered in Australia that are relevant to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health. Should you be interested in communicating in a more immediate way with others interested in Indigenous health you may wish to become a member of our e-message stick.

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The courses and training have been rated to the left. The courses and training are listed by title, but you can also select to list them by institution, state, or focus.


When you click on one of the headings of the table, the list will be sorted according to that heading. For more information about the course, click on the title.

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Title Institution State Focus
Brain injury: training for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workers Acquired Brain Injury Outreach Service QLD
Certificate III in aged care Inspire Education National
Certificate III in disability Inspire Education National
Certificate III in home and community care Inspire Education National
Domestic violence and intellectual disability training program People With Disability Australia NSW
Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) education and training National Organisation for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (NOFASD) National
Freedom to explore sexual health (FRESH) course Sexual Health Information, Networking and Education South Australia (SHine SA) SA
Leaders for tomorrow E-Qual and Hunter TAFE National
Narrative approaches to case management (CHCCM402E and CHCCM404A ) Nunkuwarrin Yunti of South Australia SA
Ultrasound in rural emergency medicine Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) National
Working with people with disability in remote & Indigenous communities - Alice Springs Centre for Remote Health NT
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