08 6458 1828
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SARC Education and Training was established in 2004 in response to the Gordon enquiry.
The aims of SARC Education and Training are as follows.
SARC Education and Training offers a range of professional development opportunities to students and professionals working or volunteering in government, non-government and private organisations.
Presentations are delivered at your workplace by an experienced SARC trainer. Presentations can run consecutively to enable half day and full day training sessions.
For an overview of all general training opportunities available in 2018, please see our flyer SARC Presentations 2018.
Medical/forensic training opportunities are discussed on the SARC Medical web page.
This workshop is designed for young people (13-25) and covers key concepts about sexual consent and the relationship aspects of sex. Suitable for secondary school, TAFE and University students and all post school aged youth.
Max of 35 participants.
|Metro Presentation Costs (All costs inclusive of GST)|
|Within WA Dept. of Health||External to WA Dept. of Health|
|Half day combination||$550||$580|
|Full day combination||$1100||$1160|
Training enquiries can be directed to SARCTraining@health.wa.gov.au
The following presentations are available to regional workers on Moodle. The presentations can be viewed individually or as a team and allow workers to access them at their convenience. When viewing is completed, we ask workers to complete the short survey at the end of the presentation to enable SARC to gather feedback and statistics.
Please contact SARCTraining@health.wa.gov.au to obtain a password to view the presentations.
A free e-learning package on Responding to Disclosures of Sexual Assault is available for completion at the link below. The package takes approximately 1.5 to 2 hours to complete and includes interactive questions and 2 challenging quizzes. A certificate is available upon completion.
Services can use the e-learning package in a number of ways including: professional development of workers, part of a compulsory induction for new workers and an annual refresher for workers.
SARC's Medical and Forensic Education and Training Team provide a variety of training packages to healthcare and allied healthcare professionals. This training focuses on medical and forensic care and options for a person alleging a sexual assault in the past two weeks.
See Medical and Forensic E&T Training for more information.
To find out more information please contact the Education and Training Team at SARC on (08) 6458 1820 or email us on SARCTraining@health.wa.gov.au.