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Individuals living with FASD and their families encounter service delivery and support organisations across all sectors of human services and this is reflected in training content and delivery style. In our experience, it is more often the case that education and training sessions are delivered to mixed groups as communities become aware that NOFASD Australia is offering training workshops in respective communities.

To enquire about NOFASD Australia education and training or to make a booking,

please contact us.

 

Coming up ...

  

Train it Forward: a FASD masterclass

 

 

NOFASD Australia and the Drug Education Network would like to invite you to:

 

Train it Forward: a Masterclass for FASD

 

This event will support delegates to be the 'go to' person in their organisation for information regarding Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). After completing this masterclass, delegates will be able to deliver NOFASD Australia authorised training within their own workplaces and communities, to enable a better quality of life for those with lived experience of FASD. The training will enhance knowledge and understanding of FASD and enable delegates to easily share relevant knowledge with colleagues.

 

Delegates will each receive a range of relevant and useful FASD resources as handouts for duplication and all the relevant electronic links are provided. In addition, delegates will also be introduced to a range of resources, information, and connections from the Drug Education Network (DEN) that will enable them to keep families and communities safer in relation alcohol and other drugs.

 

Event: $95.00 (includes lunch and materials).

 

Date and Time

Thursday, 15 June 2017

10:00 am – 3:00 pm AEST

 

Location

"The Grange" Meeting & Function Centre

4A Commonwealth Lane

Campbell Town, TAS 7210

 

Further information and registration

Register here:         

https://fasdmasterclass.eventbrite.com.au

 

Special Dietary Requirements:

If you have any special dietary requirements please email Robyn

prior to the 10th June with details - Robyn@nofasd.org.au


 

Train it Forward provides knowledge and resources to enable attendees to increase their knowledge of FASD, to better understand its complexity, apply their knowledge to their own work and share knowledge condfidently with peers, teams and other colleagues.

After completing this master class, delegates will receive certificates of attendance, resource packs from NOFASD Australia and have an increased understanding of FASD and its effects across communities to enable a better quality of life for those with lived experience of FASD.

Queensland Child Development Sevices, Gold Coast are running FASD 2017 courses in Evidence Based Diagnosis for professionals.

Course Information

THE FASD Diagnostic Clinic sits within the Gold Coast Child Development Service and has been operating since 2014 diagnosing children from all over Australia, offering regular training courses for clinicians as well as community based education and is actively involved in FASD research.

 

The course focuses on multidisciplinary evidence based diagnosis using the 4-Digit Code process harmonised with the Canadian Guideline (V2).

 

The course is suitable for paediatricians, child psychologists, speech pathologists, child psychiatrists and other paediatric allied health professionals involved in the diagnosis of FASD.

 

FASD diagnosis requires a functional multidisciplinary approach in order to achieve the diagnosis. The team can be real ie a child development or mental health service, or virtual ie cross referrals.

 

Course delivery is multimodal using lectures, case based studies, video examples, scenarios and discussion groups.


PREREQUISITES

 

 

NB: Please ensure these are completed before the course otherwise the course will be of little value

 

  1. Completion of the 4-digit code online course

 

  1. https://depts.washington.edu/fasdpn/htmls/online-train.htm

 

  1. Cost $USD110

 

  1. A working knowledge of the 2015 Canadian Guidelines

 

“Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder: a guideline for diagnosis across the lifespan”

  1. http://www.cmaj.ca/content/early/2015/12/14/cmaj.141593

 

 

Accommodation

 

The Gold Coast has multiple accommodation options

 

Transport

 

Airports

 

  1. Coolangatta (OOL) – approximately 45 minutes drive

 

  1. Brisbane (BNE) – approximately 1 hour 15 minutes drive Southport Health Precinct is adjacent the G station on Nerang St

 

Food

 

The course is self-catering. There are a number of cafes close by

 

Cost

 

$AUD 385.00

 

Payment

 

Complete payment by going to

 

May Course:    FULL”

November Course: Click here 

  1. NB: Ensure you select the correct course dates.

 

  1. Return your receipt to FASDCourseGCH@health.qld.gov.au

 

Venue

Community Child Health

Southport Health Precinct

Level 3

16-30 High St

Southport, 4215

Ph: 07 5687 9183


 

 












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