We provide hepatitis education sessions across NSW targeting AOD services, homelessness services, the criminal justice system, youth and health organisations.
Our range of hepatitis education and workforce development workshops and packages will inspire, educate and support you, your staff or your clients at risk of or affected by hep B or C.
Most of our workshops include one of our C-een & Heard speakers, who offer insight by sharing their moving stories of living with hep C.
Find a workshop or education package
Find a workshop or education package that suits your needs by clicking on the descriptions below. Or contact us directly to discuss how we can deliver a tailored session for your workplace.
All training is delivered by qualified and experienced trainers. Sessions can be delivered in our training rooms, at your workplace or online via webinar. Participants are eligible for CDP points.
ALL OUR WORKSHOPS ARE FREE
GET BLOODY SERIOUS! Professional development
Our comprehensive one-day workshop is for people wanting to genuinely engage clients and communities around hepatitis C.
MAKE A BLOODY DIFFERENCE! Organisational capacity development
This advanced intensive is designed to strengthen your organisational capacity in responding to your client’s needs around hepatitis C.
HAVE A BLOODY GO! In-service training solutions
These short tailored in-services are ideal for offering staff in your workplace up-to-date information, current best practice and addressing specific knowledge or skill gaps you may have been identified.
Build on your skilled and knowledgeable team, increase confidence to achieve better outcomes for people accessing your service. We’ll work with you to ensure the in-service meets the specific needs of your workplace using engaging activities and education tools.
In-service sessions are based on modules and are delivered at your organisation with a minimum of 6 participants. In-services can include a C-een and Heard speaker when a minimum of 1½ hours are allocated.
Modules covered include:
- Differences between hep A, B and C
- Transmission / prevention
- Illness outcomes
- Harm minimisation & reduction
- Prevalence and priority populations
- Organisational planning for hep C service delivery
- Discrimination / inclusion
- Support services / referral info
- HIV / Hep B co-infection
This page last updated 30 November 2017