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Growing & developing healthy relationships: supporting schools to deliver effective sexuality & relationships education (WA)

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When: Monday 26th October, 2015 | 8‐4.30pm |

Where: Technology Park Function Centre, 2 Brodie‐Hall Drive, Bentley WA

Join us for this exciting full‐day event where we showcase recent developments in school‐based sexuality and relationships education (SRE).

Hear from a broad range of engaging speakers, speak with a variety of WA agencies that can support you with your delivery of SRE and participate in a range of practical activities that you can take straight back to your classroom.

Anyone interested in effective school‐ based sexuality education is encouraged to attend. This includes qualified teachers, education students, school health nurses and administrators. This symposium is applicable to all year levels (K‐ 12) and all school sectors.

Keynote speakers:

Dr Deb Ollis | Senior Lecturer, Deakin University

Building capacity in sexuality education: what does it take to implement a whole school approach?

James Clarke | 2014 WA Young Person of the Year

My experience as student (to be confirmed)

Maggie Woodhead | Senior Policy Officer, Statewide Protection of Children Coordination Unit

Child sexual abuse: Why children might not tell

Choose from a variety of afternoon sessions. A full program will be posted closer to the symposium at www.healthsciences.curtin.edu.au/teaching/soph_short_courses.cfm

$65 General admission | $45 Full‐time students | Save $15 if you register before 25th September, 2015

Group discounts also available (4 or more tickets)

Please visit www.sreteacherproject.eventbrite.com.au  to register.

Your ticket price includes full catering and a USB filled with all presentation materials

This event is supported by Curtin University, Growing and Developing Healthy Relationships (gdhr.wa.gov.au) and the Australia Forum on Sexuality, Education and Health.

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