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Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) education and training



Target audience: child and family services sector workers who aim to build worker capacity to support those who care for children living with Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD)

Course summary: This one-day training workshop is designed to provide professional awareness of the lifespan implications of fetal alcohol exposure, build the capacities of service providers to respond more effectively and appropriately to those living with a FASD and provide support to their care network.

Workshop information includes:

Training materials include:

Workshops can be specifically tailored to meet the needs of any interest organisation or forum within an available time frame, and to enable an improved service delivery response to respective target groups. NOFASD will deliver education and training in workplace settings or other suitable venues across Australia and generally do not charge fees for education or training, but asks for coverage of travel and accommodation costs and may request support for the printing of workshop materials.

Fee payable: Free (Venue, equipment and any catering need to be supplied)

Delivery mode: On site

Financial support for Indigenous students: Not specified


Vicki Russell
National Organisation for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (NOFASD)
Head Office
PO Box 206
Normanville SA 5204
Mobile: 0418 854 947

Sue Miers
National Organisation for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (NOFASD)
Head Office
PO Box 206
Normanville SA 5204


Last updated: 11 April 2014
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