Certificate in Sexual and Reproductive Health (Nursing) Face to Face - Sexual Health Quarters
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Certificate in Sexual and Reproductive Health (Nursing) Face to Face

Dates Offered

14th - 17th May 20248:30 am to 5:00 pm

This course is also running via Zoom on 20-22 Feb 2024, click here for more information.


The Certificate in Sexual and Reproductive Health (Nursing) is for nurses and midwives wishing to develop detailed knowledge and specialist clinical skills in sexual and reproductive health.

Course overview

The course has a theory component and a supervised clinical attachment. The theory modules provide nurses with evidence based information on a broad range of sexual and reproductive health topics. Nurses will explore the physiological, psychosocial and environmental aspects of sexual and reproductive health using current research findings, clinical guidelines and the knowledge and experience of experts in the field.

Nurses who receive a Certificate in Sexual and Reproductive Health will have completed;

  • Seven theoretical modules ($1, 732.50 inc GST if all modules purchased at the same time)
  • Supervised clinical attachment ($1, 188 inc GST to be paid at the time of booking the clinical attachment) in the SHQ clinic. See supervised clinical attachment tab for further information.
  • Written assessments

Theory component modules

  • Module 1: The Bare Essentials (one day face to face workshop course plus online learning package)
  • Module 2: Cervical Screening (two days face to face workshop plus online learning package)
  • Module 3: STI Clinical Management (online only)
  • Module 4: People and Sex (online only)
  • Module 5: Andrology Matters (online only)
  • Module 6 & 7: Contraception and Communication (one day face to face workshop)

Please click on the registration links to view individual module prices. 

Nurses can complete the theoretical modules in any order or as separate modules. Nurses must complete all theory and supervised clinical attachment within a two-year period.

Entry Requirements/Eligibility

At least one-year post-registration experience is necessary for all nurses and midwives enrolling in the course. Evidence of current registration is required as part of the enrolment process. Previous experience in the area of women’s health, sexual and reproductive health or community health is an advantage but not a requirement. Evidence of current registration with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).

Recognition of prior learning is available to nurses who seek credits for previous study and/or existing skills (fees apply). Some of the modules have pre course readings and/or activities. These are compulsory and make up the assessment for each module. When you have registered and paid for your modules you will receive information on how to access the online modules.

Important Information


  • SHQ - Lecture Theatre
    70 Roe St Northbridge WA 6003
  • 08 9227 6177

Course Fees

  • Purchasing all 7 modules in one transaction discounts the cost for the theory course to $1732.50 inc GST. Individual module prices vary click on the registration to check individual prices.

    Supervised clinical attachment has an additional fee of $99 inc GST per clinical session. Payment for supervised clinical attachment is not required at the time of registering for the theory. Once all theory requirements have been completed supervised clinical attachment can be requested, payment is required once dates have been confirmed.


Clinic Education Coordinator


A scholarship is available annually to an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander nurse, follow the link below for further information.

SHQ Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurse Education Scholarship

How to Register

Please register using the link below:

Register for May