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Training & Education

A listing of self-paced online training programs and learning packages that are provided by government and non-government organisations across Australia and can be accessed at any time.

For one-off events, conferences, and workshops, visit our Be Involved page.

eLearning modules to accompany the Australian Guide to the diagnosis of FASD

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Series of online modules for clinicians

Supporting alcohol-free pregnancy and safe breastfeeding

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The Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE) partnered with Medcast to produce this evidence-based eLearning course, which takes 60 – 90 minutes to complete.

Every Moment Matters is a national campaign supporting alcohol-free pregnancies and safe breastfeeding practices, endorsed and funded by the Australian Government.

WA Health AUDIT-C Learning Guide

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Self-directed learning guide for health professionals

FASD Clinical Workshop Facilitator Manual

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This manual contains all the information required to prepare, coordinate, deliver and evaluate a FASD Clinical Workshop. 

FASD Prevention & Health Promotion Resources

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This flexible, modular package of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Prevention and Health Promotion Resources is designed for face to face workshops with health professionals.

UWA Short Courses and Graduate Certificate

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UWA Short Courses

The new online short courses aim to provide students with the foundational knowledge required for understanding FASD. There are two intakes for each short course per year: (1) April – June and (2) July – September.

1. History and Characteristics of FASD

2. Considerations for FASD Diagnosis

3. FASD Supervision

UWA Graduate Certificate

The aim of the gradaute certificate course is to provide students with the specialist knowledge and clinical skills required to participate in team-based assessment and diagnosis of FASD. This course accepts one intake per year and applications close 31st Jan. 

FASD Training

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The Prevention Services Division at the Mental Health Commission (WA) provides a range of training to health professionals and service providers about FASD. (1) Healthy women and pregnancy (2) Healthy women and pregnancy - Aboriginal focus on FASD in communities (3) 'New' valuable conversations: applying TICP & MI to alcohol use during pregnancy

NOFASD Training Modules

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As a national organisation, NOFASD Australia delivers education and training to a wide range of audiences across Australia. The content and format of workshops is tailored according to the needs of the participants, to include caregivers, educator, disability services, justice, child protection and health sector professionals.

You can find out more here

Australian Fundamentals in FASD

For service providers and government agencies, this course will provide you with an opportunity to learn more about the challenges your clients and their families experience and how you can provide FASD-informed supports.

For parents, carers and adults with FASD, this course sets a benchmark that you can expect as a minimum from the service providers you engage with.

Reframe Training

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Developed by researchers at the Telethon Kids Institute, Reframe Training is an evidence-based program that empowers frontline staff to recognise the challenges faced by young people with neurodisability, reframe their associated behaviours, and respond appropriately.

WA Department of Education FASD Module

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This four-part module and additional resources are designed for school leadership teams to present to their staff. They examine how FASD impacts on learning and provide a range of strategies to support students with diverse learning needs.

Explained by the Brain

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This online training is for Parents and Carers of young people impacted by FASD, and has been developed by Dr Vanessa Spiller, a Clinical Psychologist and parent to a young adult with FASD.