Supporting Children and Families through COVID-19 Webinar

Supporting Children and Families through COVID-19 Webinar

Children’s Health Queensland is delivering weekly online, interactive support and guidance around mental health, child development  through the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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Autism Queensland Webinars

Autism Queensland Webinars

All Autism Queensland workshops are practical and easy to understand, interactive, and based on evidence-informed practice. We look forward to seeing you online!

Be You Webinars

Be You Webinars

Be You provides educators with knowledge, resources and strategies for helping children and young people achieve their best possible mental health. Be You webinars provide an opportunity for educators to engage with and learn from others. 

Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) Webinars

Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) Webinars

The Autism Advisor Program is running free webinars aimed at informing childcare staff on the following topics:

  • Understanding characteristics of autism
  • Identifying early signs
  • Strengths of individuals on the spectrum
  • Practical strategies

SNAICC Conference Keynote Presentations

SNAICC Conference Keynote Presentations

You can now catch up on presentations and keynote addresses from the 8th SNAICC National Conference, with videos of these sessions now available through the SNAICC website and YouTube Channel.

Early Years Connect Webinars on Online Learning Modules

Early Years Connect Webinars on Online Learning Modules

The Early Years Connect have a series of free webinars and online learning modules to help educators support children with complex additional needs to participate in early childhood education and care (ECEC) services in Queensland.

Early Childhood Australia Learning Hub Modules

Early Childhood Australia Learning Hub Modules

The ECA Learning Hub offers easy to use, quality online professional learning resources for educators and other professionals working with young children (birth to eight). Costs involved.
 

Parentshop Webinars and Workshops

Parentshop Webinars and Workshops

Parentshop offers NESA approved workshops and webinars for early years educators such as Talk less, Listen More and Tough Conversations. Costs involved.
 

Community Early Learning Australia (CELA) Webinars

Community Early Learning Australia (CELA) Webinars

 A range of interactive and thought provoking online learnings to help you to continue your professional learning.
 

Family Day Care QLD Webinars

Family Day Care QLD Webinars

 A range of interactive and thought provoking online learnings to help you to continue your professional learning.
 

KU Webinars

KU Webinars

 A range of professional development opportunities available online and in person. Some costs involved.
 

Sue Larkey Webinars

Sue Larkey Webinars

Online courses and webinars to help you to teach children on the Autism spectrum and make a difference.

We Belong Education

We Belong Education

We Belong Education understands that no two services are the same and that the nature of support may differ from one service to another.  They recommend a 4 step methodology which has shown to be highly effective in assisting services to acheive their goals.

Free Culture Ready Workshops

Free Culture Ready Workshops

Culture Ready workshops are free workshops aiming to provide culturally responsive services for disability service providers. They can provide on-request training for your organisation and public calendar bookings. Calendar bookings are updated periodically. Keep an eye out for new calendar bookings throughout the year.

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Words matter: Getting the language of child mental health right

Words matter: Getting the language of child mental health right

This webinar is the first of a two-part series exploring the importance of language in supporting children’s mental health and wellbeing.

Wednesday, 12 August 1:00pm–2:00pm AEST
 

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Words matter: How to use frames effectively to advance child mental health

Words matter: How to use frames effectively to advance child mental health

This webinar is the first of a two-part series exploring the importance of language in supporting children’s mental health and wellbeing.

Wednesday, 26 August 1:00pm–2:00pm AEST

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Emerging Minds

Emerging Minds

The National Workforce Centre for Child Mental Health offers innovative online courses specifically designed to support your practice. The courses are interactive, engaging and free, and contain invaluable practical demonstrations to help put your learning into practice. They focus on child mental health including trauma, domestic violence, substance abuse, social and emotional wellbeing, and resilience.



 


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