Who should complete this elearning?
This eLearning Hub is recommended for anyone who supports young people. Our members include Parents, Teachers, Nurses, Psychologists, Social Workers, Youth Workers, Police, Coaches, Principals, Student Welfare Officers, Leaders, Counsellors, Doctors, Students, Volunteers, Pastoral Care, Carers, Grandparents, Police, OT, Schools, Youth Organisations, Clinics, Churches, Sporting Clubs, Community Sector professionals...and many, many more!
These are self-directed courses you can complete at your own pace. We know life's busy so we made sure you can pause the course at any stage and continue where you left off next time you log in. We've estimated the time to complete, which will be reflected on your certificate and on the course pages. We do expect that the time taken will vary as everyone reviews and reflects differently and some may choose to extend the learning with related resources. We suggest documenting this extra time as part of your individual learning portfolio. You may like to record any additional activities with our Easy PD Documentation Tool available in the link at the footer of this page. When you complete a course, you'll receive a certificate of completion.
Will I receive a certificate?
Upon completion of each individual course, you will instantly be able to download your certificate of completion. All your earned certificates will be available to download anytime in the My Account section of the portal. You may also like to record your PD with our Easy Documentation Tool (available in the footer link on this page). Anyone can use the tool, you will be emailed a PDF summary of your reflection (if you are a nurse, midwife, or teacher, you can also map to the professional standards for your profession).
Group Bookings & Payment Methods
Payment can be made via credit card, EFT, or cheque. You can request an invoice at the checkout on generationnext.com.au/shop or contact us at info@generationnext,com.au. Groups 3-5 save 10%, 6-25 save 15%, 26-50 save 20%. For larger groups, please get in touch.
Where can I get a brochure to share?
Just scroll down this page! We have a brochure and a handy approval template you can edit and forward to your decision makers.
If you have any questions, would like to provide feedback or need help with your membership please email our team at [email protected] or call 1300 797 794. As we are a small charity, we will endeavour to respond to your enquiry promptly but please accept our apologies if it takes us a little longer.
Identifying Neurodevelopmental Concerns in Children
Neurodevelopmental disorders are increasingly common, often first presenting in primary care.
Autism in Females
Understand the characteristics of autism in females and the challenges that they face according to society's expectations of girls and women
Dyslexia and Learning Disorders
In this presentation, Mark will help those that work with these young people, to identify and assist individuals with these disorders, and help better understand the mental health risks associated with it
Understanding and Managing Anger, Aggression and Challenging Emotions
This presentation explores the relationship between anger and the mind, provides practical tips to manage it and demonstrates how young people can channel anger for a purpose to make a difference in the community
Talking About Periods, Pain and Endometriosis with Young People
1 in 4 girls and people assigned female at birth will suffer with severe period pain. It is important to provide intervention and supports for those affected, their families, teachers, and schools at a time when pain is more easily managed.
Vaping - Exploding the Myths
There are many myths about the safety of vaping and its place as a substitute for smoking cigarettes. The fact that vaping has not been practiced across the world for long enough is part of the reason that more serious side-effects are not known.
“Because the session is online, you can revisit the concepts, which gives you time to think of your own examples thus personalising your learning”Community Member, 2020
“We were given lots of different resources that we can source and areas to go to if we need to get support for a young person.”Community Member 2021