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What is Mooditj?
Mooditj is a resilience, relationships and sexual health education program for young Aboriginal aged 10-14 years. It helps build strong young Aboriginal people who can make positive and informed choices about their own wellbeing and relationships.
For more information about Mooditj, see the Mooditj program outline.
Mooditj Leader Training
Mooditj Leader Training is a 4 day hands on course that builds your knowledge, skills and confidence to run Mooditj groups for young people.
Who Would Benefit From This Course?
Mooditj Leader Training is designed for Aboriginal community members or people who work with Aboriginal young people in their community. Non-Aboriginal people are expected to partner with an Aboriginal person to run Mooditj. Training together is recommended.
March 24 – 27 2020
9.00am – 4.00pm daily
70 Roe St, Northbridge, WA
$500.00 (GST free)
If you and your organisation can commit to run a Mooditj group and provide feedback to SHQ, you may be eligible for a discount.
- Support from your organisation to run a Mooditj program – at least 8 sessions
- At least one other trained Mooditj leader. One leader needs to be Aboriginal.
Apply now for:
- Reduced fee of $200 for Aboriginal community organisations
- Reduced fee of $350 for non-Aboriginal organisation working in partnership with an Aboriginal community organisation, or with a letter of support from a local Aboriginal community organisation
Please send in the registration form and discount application form together to allow us to quickly process your application.
Download the discount application form
Download the Mooditj program outline to assist you in completing the discount application form.
To register please download and complete the registration form at the bottom of this page.
Send registration forms to:
Kat Duncan, Library and Information Coordinator | email@example.com | 9227 6871 (fax)
For more information about Mooditj or other training with Aboriginal communities contact:
Robyn Wansbrough, Manager Education and Training | firstname.lastname@example.org | 9227 6177