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Relationships and sexuality education – communicating with families [Webinar]

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This event is run by the SRE Teacher Training Project at Curtin University and will be facilitated by True Relationships and Reproductive Health (www.true.org.au).

Event details

This webinar presentation is suitable for anyone who works with young people.

Date
Tuesday 14 November 2017
Time
4 pm - 5.30 pm AWST
Venue
Webinar
Cost
Free event
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After registering, attendees will then receive an email (the day before the event) outlining the login information for the webinar.

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Key topics covered include:

  • how children and young people learn about sexuality
  • why relationships and sexuality education is important
  • healthy sexual development in children and young people
  • strategies to support parents and cares communicating about relationships and sexuality
  • how to answer children and young people‚Äôs questions about sexuality with comfort
  • resources for parents and carers

This webinar presentation is suitable for anyone who works with young people.

Please note that we are unable to provide a recording of this presentation.

About the SRE Treacher Training Project

Curtin University provides an extensive range of training programs in relation to school-based sexuality and relationships education (SRE).

We offer training for pre-service and in-service teachers, and strive to provide all our attendees with ongoing support. Our programs are also suitable for school administrators and community health nurses who work in schools.

We have varied backgrounds as teachers, educators, sexologists, researchers and health promotion officers … the list goes on!

All our programs are generously funded by the WA Department of Health, Sexual Health & Blood-borne Virus Program.