What we do
The RSE Project, based at Curtin University, provides a range of professional development opportunities to Western Australian schools (K-12) in the area of relationships and sexuality education (RSE). Our training aligns with the Western Australian curriculum and is suitable for all school sectors.
Our focus is on supporting teachers (both pre-service and in-service) to deliver RSE in schools. As we strongly advocate that schools embrace a whole-school approach to RSE, we are keen to also support school administrators, support staff, community health nurses and others who work in schools.
The RSE Project offers high-quality professional learning events and presentations delivered by Curtin University academics, Western Australian school staff and a number of carefully chosen external providers. Click here to see what we can offer.
The RSE Project is funded by the WA Department of Health, Sexual Health & Blood-borne Virus Program. We encourage you to access their curriculum and teaching resource, which has been specifically developed to assist WA schools to deliver RSE: www.gdhr.wa.gov.au
Who are we?
The RSE Project is based at Curtin University and is a joint effort between the Collaboration for Evidence, Research and Impact in Public Health, the School of Public Health, and the School of Education.