TRACS WA develop and facilitate training programs for subacute care clinicians from a wide range of health professions. Delivered both face-to-face and via video link, our training opportunities are undertaken at both metro and rural locations. The training events are generally free (for public Health and joint public/private, employees). Where possible we tailor our training programs to the specific needs of a health service and its staff.

For more information contact us or click on the options below.
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Face-to-face:

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July Bitesize Lunch and Learn Sessions
The Lunch and learns offer a selection of short events around the themes of Getting your message across and Supporting Aboriginal staff and delivering care to Aboriginal people. Click on a series to see the flyer for more details:

Supporting Behaviour Change
18th July (Mon) - 12:30 to 1:15pm - Behaviour Activation

Getting your Message Across
19th July (Tues) - 12:30 to 1:15pm - Getting your message across with your patients
26th July (Tues) - 12:30 to 1:15pm - Getting your message across to your organisation and community

Suppoting Aboriginal staff and delilvering care to Aboriginal people
20th July (Wed) - 12:30 to 1:15pm - Supporting Aboriginal Staff
27th July (Wed) - 12:30 to 1:15pm - Delivering Clinical Care Remotely to Aboriginal Clients

Online learning:

We also offer several eLearning packages through our online learning platform:


Principles of Rehabilitation - eLearning Module complimenting our face-to-face training. This consists of three case studies that each examine the journey of a patient in rehabilitation.


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