Care. Support. How do we best support people with disability under the NDIS Practice Standards?
With a focus on person-centered care, the way people with disability receive support is changing. Mapped to the NDIS Practice Standards, the NDS Workforce Essentials eLibrary explores how support workers and service providers can provide quality care and support to people with disability.
We live in a diverse world with people of all backgrounds and identities.
With an increasingly globalised world, the need for cultural awareness has grown. The etrainu Cultural Awareness Suite aims to build an awareness in learners of the different cultures, perspectives, and identities of the different people in Australia.
The Aged Care Essentials eLibrary has been developed in partnership with Online Courses Australia. The library has been CPD accredited, which means your learners will have access to gain CPD points while improving the level of care delivered to your clients.
People who work in the disability sector will often use literacy and numeracy skills in their day-to-day tasks. Such tasks include reading and understanding important documents (e.g. individual plans, charts) and analysing information (dosages, budgets, dates and times). National Disability Services (NDS) and etrainu have partnered to create the Literacy and Numeracy for the Disability Workforce eLearning to provide those in the disability sector with the literacy and numeracy skills they need to fulfil their roles.
Developed in partnership with the National Disability Services, the Let’s Talk Disability is a series of courses that takes learners through everything disability, from myths and misconceptions to fostering better inclusion.
As we live in a diverse world and work with people from different backgrounds and experiences, building our cultural intelligence is crucial.The Pacific Cultural Intelligence Foundations Course is a global-first offering, providing key insights into the experiences and cultures of Pacific people to promote awareness and understanding.
As we live in a diverse world, building our cultural intelligence is crucial. This holds true for sport as well. Pacific Sport: Developing Cultural Intelligence is a global-first offering, providing four modules that promote awareness and understanding of Pacific people in the sporting context.
etrainu and Growing Futures have partnered to deliver the Child Safe Practices in Action course. These courses aim to provide learners with an overview of the requirements for organisations when it comes to child safety. It covers the National Child Safe Principles, Victorian Child Safe Standards, and New South Wales Child Safe Standards. Learners can choose from different pathways that are relevant to their location and view the requirements for their state/territory.
CrashCourse is an award-winning concussion awareness program developed by TeachAids.
It takes an evidence-based approach to debunk common myths and misconceptions about concussion. Through the use of the lived experiences of people who have had concussions, it delivers engaging and innovative training to learners.
Engage – Building Positive Relationships with Your Young Athletes’ Parents
Based on years of experience working with coaches at all levels, this course equips coaches with all they need to know to effectively engage with parents and deliver positive outcomes for young athletes.
Developed by etrainu and Act for Kids, Protecting Children and Young Adults comprises training on creating child-safe organisations, with activities to test knowledge, including the prevalence of child harm in Australia and how to identify if a child is disclosing and what to do next.
An Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) is an injury to the brain causing an impairment of the individual’s abilities. With this in mind, a person with an ABI may need extra support, especially with daily tasks. In this course, learners explore ABI in full detail. The course covers the anatomy of the brain and how different parts can be affected by an ABI, the causes, and the impacts of an ABI.
Falls can have devastating impacts. They can lead to injuries, morbidity, and mortality. That’s why it’s crucial for support workers to be able to recognise the risks of falls using a variety of tools. These can be formal and informal assessments/observations, identifying hazards and risks, and following hazard identification processes. Through this course, learners will recognise falls risk factors and understand their role in preventing falls, including minimising risks.
Caring for people near the end of their life is challenging. The End of Life bundle includes two courses, After Death and Letting Go. Both courses help carers prepare for a person’s death and how they can best support their family.
The Emerging Leaders Bundle focuses on giving your future leaders the training and skills they need to thrive, once they're promoted into a leadership role. Identify your talent and give them the tools they need with the Emerging Leaders Bundle.
Risk management is essential to the workplace. It ensures everyone is safe, including employees, employers, contractors, and visitors and minimises the occurrence of risks and hazards. The courses cover everything from privacy and ICT security to first response evacuation.
Personal development is crucial to career growth: it enables you to challenge yourself, kick goals, and achieve success. These modules help you grow both personally and professionally by covering a variety of topics.