Preventing unwanted sexual behaviour in residential aged care services
Sexual violence is a major health and social issue with significant physical and psychological consequences for victim/survivors. Residential Aged Care Services are under increased scrutiny due to high profile reports of unlawful sexual behaviour of residents.
This short education course will give you the skills and confidence to prevent and manage incidents of unwanted sexual behaviour within a best practice approach.
Most participants (84%) from our 2019 course recommend this training for their colleagues and staff. Most (80%) found it was not overly emotionally challenging, and 95% reported that the workload was reasonable.
The modules of learning will cover; definitions, risk factors, detection and management skills, as well as prevention strategies and legalities.
The course also includes access to the online content, case studies, an online discussion forum, 1-hour zoom Q and A webinar with experts, and a certificate of completion.
The online course is self guided and requires 6 hours of study over a 3- week period. This enables study at a time and pace that is convenient to individual needs.
There is access to technical support throughout.
Register now for one of the courses commencing on:
- Monday 4th of May
- Monday 23rd of May
Who is this for?
This training course is specifically designed for nurses employed in a residential aged care services.
Professor Joseph Ibrahim
$440 inclusive of GST.
To register please click here.
For questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Content warning: discussion of sexual assault may be triggering for some people. If you require support please contact the Sexual Assault Crisis Line on 1800 806 292, Lifeline on 13 11 14 or 1800RESPECT