Our online learning modules cover a range of topics including:
Click on the headings below to launch the modules.
Voting is a right of all Victorians. In October this year, all Victorian councils except Greater Geelong Council will be having elections. Local Councils provide services and support that carers, and the people they care, for use every day.
This module provides resources and strategies to help workers better support and empower young carers who are LGBTIQ. The module will introduce how to be more aware of the needs of young LGBTIQ carers, including principles of inclusive practice and strategies for responding to the needs of young LGBTIQ carers. Primarily designed for service providers, this module will benefit all people with an interest in supporting young LGBTIQ carers.
The systems that support us are changing. Recent reforms to the disability, aging and mental health sectors, mean we need to think differently about how we plan the supports for the people we care for. This 25 minute module will guide you through the changing environment and explain how carers can prepare for the change.
This 1-hour module will help carers understand the benefits of and barriers to respite, and give ideas on how to find some time for themselves.
When taking on the care of ageing parents, it is hard to know what services are available and how to get assistance. This one hour module, will discuss where to start, help you find what's out there and give some tips on navigating the aged care system.
Throughout the caring journey, carers are likely to have many encounters with those working in the ‘paid' caring professions as well as health and allied health professionals. This one hour module is designed to assist carers to develop and maintain positive relationships and communication with these professional groups.
Learning online not for you?
Don’t forget we offer a broad range of face to face learning opportunities for carers and service providers. You can find out more on our Education Services page.
If you have any questions email our Education Services team via firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to the generous support of Portland House and the Department of Health, we are developing a suite of eLearning modules that increase the support options available for family carers. This is particularly important for those carers who cannot access face-to-face support services.