CALENDAR OF EDUCATION COURSES
Our calendar courses are designed to meet the needs of those working in clinical care, health, education, non-government and community organisations, business and industry. All face-to-face courses are held at The Albion Centre in Sydney unless otherwise advised. We also have a range of online courses which can be accessed from anywhere in the world.
Our courses relate to:
- HIV/hepatitis transmission and prevention
- HIV/hepatitis clinical management and treatment
- Counselling and psychosocial issues
- Health care worker safety
- Infection control
- Nutrition and HIV/hepatitis
Once you have chosen your course, you book by downloading and completing the COURSE APPLICATION FORM (word.docx) and sending it to us (via email, fax or post).
The Albion Centre
150 Albion Street
SURRY HILLS NSW 2010 AUSTRALIA
Tel: (02) 9332 9720
Fax: (02) 9360 4387
Payment must be included at the time of completing your application form
A confirmation letter will be sent when the application is registered.
We reserve the right to alter any arrangements, including cancellation of courses. Course fees include all course materials, morning and afternoon teas. Lunch is not provided.
Certificates will be issued on full completion of each course.
If you are unable to attend a course please inform us immediately and a transfer to the next available course will be made. Refunds can only be issued if requested ten (10) working days prior to the course. Substitutions for courses can be made – please advise us accordingly. If a course is cancelled, refunds or transfers to other courses will be made.
In addition to our calendar courses, Albion can work with you to design and deliver appropriate training that will meet your needs via:
- you visiting our Centre,
- online education,
- delivery of content by teleconferencing, and/or
- staff travelling and delivering education at your location.
We have extensive experience in tailoring and delivering education and training designed to meet the needs of both groups and individuals. Content design considers factors such as locally available resources and community capacity, while also being respectful of local cultural sensitivities.
Delivery can range from a single or series of short presentations through to long structured study programs or supported placements delivered over many weeks.
Costs for tailored programs and placements are negotiated with our costs being based on factors such as the length of the program, program design time, accommodation and travel expenses and the number of participants.