Teaching It Like It Is — Aboriginal

Develop the confidence and capacity to educate and support Aboriginal young people in relationships & sexual health.

Our 2-day interactive course is designed to increase the confidence and ability of all educators working with Aboriginal young people (including ACEOs, ASETOs, AETs, AEWs, SSOs and wellbeing staff) to educate and inform them about relationships and sexual health.  All topics include practical demonstrations of activities and resources to engage Aboriginal young people.

The course covers communication and feelings, healthy relationships, power and bullying, the body, puberty and reproduction, safer sex, media and technology, diversity and more.

Course Outline

Participants will:

  • develop the confidence to talk about relationships and sexual health with Aboriginal young people
  • engage with practical learning activities and teaching methods
  • learn how to create and utilise opportunities to engage Aboriginal young people in conversations about relationships and sexual health
  • acquire a range of resources to support Aboriginal young people in relationships and sexual health education
  • explore where to access further information and support

 

Recognition

Participants will receive a Certificate of Achievement and recognition of training and development hours with reference to relevant Australian Professional Standards for Teachers.

Participant Feedback

“The small group meant it was easy to feel safe and respected.” – Aboriginal Education course participant

“Delivered so incredibly well, engaging, including, great content, factual and fun!” – Aboriginal Education course participant

Aboriginal-specific resources

There are a number of Aboriginal-specific resources available for purchase from our online shop, including card sets, board games and posters.

Curriculum manual

The Yarning Like It Is curriculum manual is designed to complement relationships and sexual health lessons in the classroom, and features activities with Aboriginal characters and perspectives.

What is Sexual Health?

This free poster (available from our Online Shop) is suitable for primary schools, and explains the physical, emotional, mental, social and community aspects of sexual health throughout our lives. Click here for the PDF version.

We can provide on-site or regional training to ten or more staff (this includes SSOs, ACEOs and AEWs).

To book or discuss options for on-site training, contact: School-Support@shinesa.org.au

Course Details

This course is for all educators and those working with Aboriginal young people (including ACEOs, ASETOs, AETs, AEWs, SSOs and wellbeing staff.)

Please note: Teachers who are looking to run sequential relationships and sexual health lessons in the classroom may find our Primary or Secondary courses more suitable. This can be followed by our Resource Updates which can focus on Aboriginal-specific activities and perspectives.

For more information on whether this course is suitable for you, email School-Support@shinesa.org.au

Resources are provided as part of this course (Focus Schools staff resources not included).

Course Cost

$360 (resource included)
$135 for Focus Schools staff (resources not included)
$200 for pre-service teachers 
(resource included)

Costs include GST
Payment is required upon enrolment into this course. Please ensure that you have a credit or debit card ready.

Course Dates

Teaching It Like It Is — Aboriginal

Date start: 19 August 2021
Date end: 20 August 2021
Time: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Location:

SHINE SA, 64C Woodville Road, Woodville SA

Status: Open
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Teaching It Like It Is — Aboriginal

Date start: 25 October 2021
Date end: 26 October 2021
Time: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Location:

SHINE SA, 64C Woodville Road, Woodville SA

Status: Open
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For further information or enquiries please contact school-support@shinesa.org.au or phone 8300 5317.

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