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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,

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Queensland Child Development Sevices, Gold Coast are advertised for FASD 2017 courses in Evidence Based Diagnosis for professionals is now full but registrations are now been taken for 2018 training.

The 2018 training dates are:

23rd, 24th & 25th May 2018 or 21st 22nd & 23rd of November 2018.

To register FASDCourseGCH@health.qld.gov.au

More information can be found click here or here


Navigating the NDIS: a NSW Mental Health Perspective Workshops

Are you a service provider, a person living with a mental health condition, or their family or carer with questions about the NDIS? Are you unsure about how it will affect people accessing mental health services?

With the NDIS being rolled-out state-wide, now is a great time to learn more about how it may affect you. This course will help you maximise the potential of the Scheme to support people to live the life they want.

More information click here


Services Provider Training

Ceduna Koonibba Aboriginal Health Service Aboriginal Corporation

16th October 2017

Ceduna


Services Provider Training

Foster Carers Association NT Inc

November 9th 2017

Darwin NT






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