PEDS (Course 2) - Advanced Practice

Content
2 modules

Rating

Instructor
Catherine Archer

Released
26 Mar 2017

Description

This course complements Course 1 Foundation PEDS and aims to enhance the skills of practitioners to review and reflect on:

  • the latest research underpinning PEDS.
  • your application of the tool.
  • the depth of your child development and child behaviour knowledge.
  • your understanding of the technical aspects of PEDS, including a review of the latest version of the PEDS forms.
  • more case studies and other useful resources 

Please note:

  • If you currently use PEDS in your State child health record, or kindergarten or school entry health questionnaire, please check with your PEDS coordinator first to see if they are arranging access to PEDS eLearning for you.
  • If you require more than 10 registrations please contact us to request a quote and coupon code here.

GPs seeking RACGP Category 2 accreditation points register for PEDS Courses 1 and 2 here

GPs seeking ACRRM core CP points register for PEDS Courses 1 and 2 here

Practice nurses seeking APNA CPD points register for PEDS Courses 1 and 2 here

 

DISCOUNTS

    Number of registrations 

      ex GST

         GST

      Discount per enrolment

Courses 1 and 2

11 - 50

$ 95.00

$ 9.50

$ 104.50

Courses 1 and 2

51 - 100

$ 90.00

$ 9.00

$ 99.00

Courses 1 and 2

101 or more

$ 70.00

$ 7.00

$ 77.00

Course 1

11 - 50

$ 60.00

$ 6.00

$ 66.00

Course 1

51 or more

$ 55.00

$ 5.50

$ 60.50

Course 1 
Student rate

1

$ 50.00

$ 5.00

$ 55.00

Please email training.ccch@rch.org.au for any bulk purchase or student discount enquiries.

Objectives

Learning objectives:

The learning objectives of PEDS Advanced Practice aim to increase practitioners’ PEDS skills through:

  • the ability to review and reflect on PEDS background and materials
  • the ability to critically review their use of PEDS and plan for any changes to their current practice  
  • an understanding of the updates to the PEDS materials.

PEDS Advanced Practice could be undertaken in small groups over several weeks, with learners completing sections of the course individually before reforming for group discussion and reflection.

Key to the successful application of PEDS is parent engagement.  Throughout the course practitioners are once again encouraged to reflect on their practice and review how they support children and families.

 A bookmark feature allows you to exit a module when needed and start again where you left off. 

 

Certificate

By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Advanced PEDS (Course 2)

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Very good short course, easy to use, very beneficial to our org.
 
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Completing this in addition to course 1 really helped me to gain a deeper understanding of the PEDS score and tool, which will benefit not only me, but the families I assist.

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