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Introduction to First 1000 Days Australia

This two-day short course presents the overall objectives of First 1000 Days Australia, which aims to provide a coordinated, comprehensive intervention addressing the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children from pre-conception to two years of age, thereby laying the foundation for their future health and wellbeing.

Through a mix of presentations, group work and case studies, the course will explore how the First 1000 Days Australia Model can be established and implemented across different Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities Australia-wide in partnership with the University of Melbourne and Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations.

For more information download our brochure (below) for the February 2017 short course, email iheu-admin@unimelb.edu.au or call Dr Rebecca Ritte on +61 3 9035 7505.

To register for the February 2017 Short Course in Caboolture, Queensland, follow the link here.

Upcoming Courses: 

Date

Location

Registration opens

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21–22 February 2017

Caboolture, Qld

01/02/2017

Registrations are now closed
March dates to be confirmed Alice Springs, NT 27/2/2017 Register your interest here

3–4 April 2017

Melbourne, Vic

23/03/2017

Register your interest here

14–15 August 2017

Melbourne, Vic

05/04/2017

Register your interest here

6–7 November 2017

Townsville, Qld

16/08/2017

Register your interest here

Sponsored Attendance

First 1000 Days Australia offers up to five sponsored positions for community members and/or representatives from community organisations to attend our Short Courses. To secure a place, we are asking applicants to complete a brief Expression of Interest form explaining why you think this course will benefit you. Please contact us if you would like to apply.

Cancellation Policy

  1. Course fees are due prior to the course commencement date; alternative fee arrangements may be applicable depending on individual course requirements.
  2. If the notice of cancellation is received by First 1000 Days Australia:
    o more than 14 days* prior to course commencement date: 100% of course fee will be refunded
    o between 7–14days* prior to course commencement date: 50% of course fee will be refunded 
    o less than 7 days* prior to course commencement date: 0% of course fee will be refunded.
  3. First 1000 Days Australia reserves the right to cancel any course that does not meet the minimum enrolment numbers. Course may also be cancelled in the event of exceptional circumstances.
  4. All course cancellations will be confirmed by First 1000 Days Australia in writing (notice of cancellation). Where cancellation occurs, First 1000 Days Australia will provide (where possible) alternative dates for course delivery, a similar course or a full refund of the course fees.

    * Refers to all days, including weekends and public holidays