Professional Development Resources

Online professional development resources enable organisations and individuals to have access to up to date information. They provide opportunities for organisational staff to improve their knowledge and skill retention. Online training gives individuals the opportunity to either learn new skills or refresh task mastery.

 

As Australia, and the world, navigate their way through the COVID-19 pandemic, online information and training opportunities have become more sought after and important. Online training opportunities are particularly beneficial to people based in regional areas who may not normally be able to access face to face training due to travel and accommodation costs and travel time involved in attending.

 

Campaspe, Central Victoria, Southern Mallee and Bendigo Loddon Primary Care Partnerships have produced this online professional development resource list that incorporates best practice webinars and information. The areas of focus are: Cultural Competency, Suicide Prevention, Gender Equity, Vulnerable Children and Health Literacy.

The aim is to enable partners to have access to best-practice training modules and resources to continue to educate and develop the skills of their employees during this time.

 

Resources are available to suit a number of learning styles and include websites, online learning, webinars, podcasts and reports. Anticipated read time for each resource has also been indicated:

Start learning by clicking on the area of your interest: 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT of COUNTRY

We respectfully acknowledge the traditional land of the first peoples and we acknowledge the Dja Dja Wurrung, Barapa Barapa, Wegaia, Taungurung, Wurunderji Woi Wurrung, Wemba Wemba and Yorta Yorta people who are the traditional custodians of this land. We pay respect to their elders past, present and emerging. We express our gratitude in the sharing of this land, our sorrow for the personal, spiritual and cultural costs of that sharing and our hope that we may walk forward together in harmony and in the spirit of healing.

Bendigo Loddon Primary Care Partnership operates on the traditional lands of the Dja Dja Wurrung, Taungurung 

and Barapa Barapa people and recognises them as the traditional owners. We pay our respects to leaders and elders past, present and emerging for they hold the memories, the traditions, the culture and the hopes of all 

Dja Dja Wurrung, Taungurung  and Barapa Barapa people.  


We express our gratitude in the sharing of this land, our sorrow for the personal, spiritual and cultural costs of that sharing and our hope that we may walk forward together in harmony and in the spirit of healing. 

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