Teaching Relationships and Sexuality in Secondary Schools
The goal of Teaching Relationships and Sexuality in Secondary Schools is to increase teachers' skills and confidence in delivering sexuality and relationships education in schools. As ‘relationships and sexuality’ is a focus area in the Australia Health and Physical Education Curriculum (Australia Curriculum, 2018), teachers must deliver this content in schools.
Teaching Relationships and Sexuality in Secondary Schools is designed to support teachers in delivering relationships and sexuality education to a high standard, fulfilling curriculum requirements and contributing to educating a generation of sexually healthy adults.
The program focuses on:
- Sexuality, Sexual Health and Relationships Education
- Relationships and Sexuality in the Australian Curriculum
- Overcoming barriers to effective Relationships and Sexuality Education
- Skills of effective Relationships and Sexuality Educators
- Creating a safe environment for Relationships and Sexuality Education
- Diversity (LGBTIQ, people with disabilities and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders) and Relationships and Sexuality Education
- Practical Approaches to Relationships and Sexuality
- Answering difficult questions
- Responding to emerging trends in school communities
MULTIPLE REGISTRATION & COSTS
If you have multiple registrants please email us direct. If schools would like multiple staff trained, we are happy to provide the training ‘in house’ at schools. A discount is available if 5 or more staff members attend from one school. See Eventbrite registrations below for costs for single or smaller bookings.
2022 COURSE DATES
SHFAPCT Training Room
Sexual Health & Family Planning ACT
Level 1, 28 University Avenue, Canberra City, ACT
ENQUIRES & BOOKINGS
Please note that changes may be made to course dates and mode of delivery at late notice if COVID-19 restrictions escalate. While SHFPACT will endeavour to avoid any unnecessary changes, this may be unavoidable. Every effort will be made to reschedule the course, and any affected placements or assessment, to ensure that course participants are able to complete the course in a reasonable timeframe.