For Communities

We offer resources and information for the wider community and deliver relationships and sexuality education in schools and communities. This includes sessions for young people, parents and carers, and for people with disability. Our programs are tailored to meet the needs of each individual service and can be discussed in more detail with our Education team.

We can also deliver professional development for organisations working with these groups. Browse our comprehensive list of courses in our Full Course Catalogue. You can also email or phone (07) 3250 0280, and we'll help you find the best options for your group. 

Courses for community groups

LGBTIQ+ Inclusive Education

These self-paced training modules are part of the LGBTIQ+ Inclusive Education: Capability, Confidence & Diversity Initiative series of online learning for school-based staff. Complete these modules to learn more about how to maintain supportive and i ...

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Consent Education - Beyond Yes & No

This course explores the nuances of Affirmative Consent. It aims to give the learner a comprehensive understanding of sexual consent and best practice in consent education. It covers legal frameworks, unhealthy relationship rules, power, consent and ...

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Traffic Lights® for professionals

Traffic Lights® provides a framework that is age and developmentally appropriate, positive and protective. Traffic Lights® uses the categories of green, orange and red light to help adults identify, understand, and respond to children and young peopl ...

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True 'All School' Program

True’s All School Relationships and Sexuality Education (RSE) program is evidence informed and has been developed for the needs of Australian schools and families, backed by True’s 45+ years of experience.

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Safe space resources

Inclusive spaces maximise the wellbeing of everybody, including children, young people and families. Currently, LGBTIQ+ people are still at risk of experiencing discriminatory homophobia or transphobia. This can make them feel unsafe in education and ...

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What is consent?

Whatever sexual activity you engage in, both people should be mutually consenting. Being able to make your own decision about having sex is important.

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Relationship Ready

Relationships and sexuality education (RSE) is essential to developing empowered, healthy, accepting individuals - but for some teachers, RSE may be challenging to teach as well as present some unique barriers and challenges within school communities ...

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