Each school term WHFS offers a number of workshops for WHFS clients and community women. Bookings are required for these workshops as the number of participants is limited.

The workshops listed below take place at the WHFS Services located in Northbridge (Newcastle Street) as well as Joondalup (Davidson Terrace). Please confirm the location of your workshop before attending.

If you’ve ever wondered “Why doesn’t she just leave?” this on demand, 8-lesson e-course is for you. From understanding the depth of coercive control, to gendered experiences of violence and victimisation, to victim resistance strategies, we’ve got you covered. Learn more.

This workshop explores the signs of stress and why we may feel stress this way. We will learn about some of the causes of stress and some of the tools and coping strategies to reduce stress.

Date: Monday 23 October 2017
Time: 10am-11.30am
Location: Joondalup Lotteries House - Suite 6, 70 Davidson terrace, Joondalup
Cost: Gold Coin Donation

To Book this Date: www.trybooking.com/SFHD

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Date: Monday 20 November 2017
Time: 10am-11.30am
Location: Joondalup Lotteries House - Suite 6, 70 Davidson Terrace, Joondalup
Cost: Gold Coin Donation

To Book this Date: www.trybooking.com/SFBP

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Date: Monday 27 November 2017
Time: 10am-11.30am
Location: Joondalup Lotteries House - Suite 6, 70 Davidson Terrace, Joondalup
Cost: Gold Coin Donation

To Book This Date: www.trybooking.com/SFHF

You can also view the flyer for this workshop here

If you would like further information on this or any other training, please contact bookings@whfs.org.au

The '2Wet2GetFit' Aqua Education program is for both mother and infant to bond and maintain their physical and psycho-emotional wellbeing.

Each session is 90 minutes with a health education specialist delivering an educational talk before the water session. Came and enjoy and meet other mothers and their babies.

  • Benefits of water exercise
  • Healthy nutrition
  • Changes pre & post pregnancy
  • Postnatal wellbeing
  • Tools to reduce stress
  • Pelvic floor health and more!

Facilitator: Tanja Luck, Womens Health & Family Services

Tanja Luck works at Womens Health & Family Services and  is an active enthusiast in the Wellbeing & Health Fitness Industry having worked with a broad spectrum of clients. Her qualifications include: BA Sci & Language studies, Fitness Trainer/Assessor, Women’s health Yoga & Dance Instructor, International Aquatic Body work therapist, Sports Masseuse, First Aid and Water emergency rescue Assessor / Trainer.  Tanja has contributed to the Industry as a mentor, author, lecturer, trainer and National / Asian Presenter specialising in Aquatic Exercise therapeutic water movement and has been selected on Fitness Australia’s National Assessors Board.  Tanja’s motto is that if our minds and bodies are connected through a variety of creative wellbeing modalities, then each and everyone’s potential may be opened to discover we are truly limitless in what we can achieve.

Dates: Thursdays 23, 30 November & 7 December

Time: 1pm-2.30pm

Location: Beatty Park Leisure Centre: 220 Vincent street, North Perth

Cost: $75 for 3 weeks (includes entry fee)

To Book: www.trybooking.com/SNPX

You can also view the flyer for this event here

This Training Package has been designed for non-health professionals, who may be the first point of contact for people presenting with mental health challenges or illnesses, to incorporate mental health information and suggested strategies for responding to people experiencing challenges in these areas. This package aims to be inclusive of diverse educational, cultural backgrounds and geographical locations through ease of online access.

CMH1R training package 3 step process:

  1. Read the modules via an emailed access link
  2.  Complete and Submit the associated module Skills Check in the two weeks allocated
  3. On completion of all 5 modules, the Rural in Reach team will contact you to set a Skills Reflection appointment. This is an opportunity to practice the skills learned from the modules through case studies.

Once these steps are finalised, participants will receive a certificate of achievement.

Cost: $100 per participant

To register your interest and for further information please contact bookings@whfs.org.au

You can also view the flyer for this training here.

Learn about the physiological changes post pregnancy and how to safely re-engage in yoga activity. Experience how to take home yoga play time activities and massage techniques to positively bond with your baby. Improve your mood, re-build your pelvic floor function safely, gain flexibility & strength plus take home some self help tools for relaxation.

This full four week course is more than yoga and massage, it is a rewarding educational and bonding experience that can be transferred to your home and an opportunity to learn & connect with other mothers like yourself.

Facilitator: Tanja Luck, Womens Health & Family Services

Tanja Luck works at Womens Health & Family Services and  is an active enthusiast in the Wellbeing & Health Fitness Industry having worked with a broad spectrum of clients. Her qualifications include: BA Sci & Language studies, Fitness Trainer/Assessor, Women’s health Yoga & Dance Instructor, International Aquatic Body work therapist, Sports Masseuse, First Aid and Water emergency rescue Assessor / Trainer.  Tanja has contributed to the Industry as a mentor, author, lecturer, trainer and National / Asian Presenter specialising in Aquatic Exercise therapeutic water movement and has been selected on Fitness Australia’s National Assessors Board.  Tanja’s motto is that if our minds and bodies are connected through a variety of creative wellbeing modalities, then each and everyone’s potential may be opened to discover we are truly limitless in what we can achieve.

 

For further information contact Tanja on  tluck@whfs.org.au.
You may also view the flyer for this event here.

This 16 hour course is Worksafe WA recognised and nationally accredited and covers emergency first aid for workplaces and other settings with scenarios involving adults, children and infants. The course typically takes place over 3 sessions.

Facilitator: Tanja Luck, Womens Health & Family Services

Tanja Luck works at Womens Health & Family Services and  is an active enthusiast in the Wellbeing & Health Fitness Industry having worked with a broad spectrum of clients. Her qualifications include: BA Sci & Language studies, Fitness Trainer/Assessor, Women’s health Yoga & Dance Instructor, International Aquatic Body work therapist, Sports Masseuse, First Aid and Water emergency rescue Assessor / Trainer.  Tanja has contributed to the Industry as a mentor, author, lecturer, trainer and National / Asian Presenter specialising in Aquatic Exercise therapeutic water movement and has been selected on Fitness Australia’s National Assessors Board.  Tanja’s motto is that if our minds and bodies are connected through a variety of creative wellbeing modalities, then each and everyone’s potential may be opened to discover we are truly limitless in what we can achieve.

 

For further information contact Tanja at tluck@whfs.org.au or (08) 6330 5400.
You can also view the flyer for this event here.

This 4 hour workshop meets the annual recertification requirements for women who have an existing certificate in Provide First Aid HLTAID003.  This workshop focuses on Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and responding to critical first aid incidents.

Facilitators: Tanja Luck, Womens Health & Family Services

Tanja Luck works at Womens Health & Family Services and  is an active enthusiast in the Wellbeing & Health Fitness Industry having worked with a broad spectrum of clients. Her qualifications include: BA Sci & Language studies, Fitness Trainer/Assessor, Women’s health Yoga & Dance Instructor, International Aquatic Body work therapist, Sports Masseuse, First Aid and Water emergency rescue Assessor / Trainer.  Tanja has contributed to the Industry as a mentor, author, lecturer, trainer and National / Asian Presenter specialising in Aquatic Exercise therapeutic water movement and has been selected on Fitness Australia’s National Assessors Board.  Tanja’s motto is that if our minds and bodies are connected through a variety of creative wellbeing modalities, then each and everyone’s potential may be opened to discover we are truly limitless in what we can achieve.

 

You can also view the flyer for this event here.

For Further information contact Tanja Luck tluck@whfs.org.au or (08) 6330 5400

Heart Beat Club is a community education programme for Mothers, Fathers, Grandparents and baby sitters covering emergency response for potential accidents that can occur around the home. Be confident in your response to choking, burns and scalds, drowning and infant/toddler resuscitation.

Facilitator: Tanja Luck, Womens Health & Family Services

Tanja Luck works at Womens Health & Family Services and  is an active enthusiast in the Wellbeing & Health Fitness Industry having worked with a broad spectrum of clients. Her qualifications include: BA Sci & Language studies, Fitness Trainer/Assessor, Women’s health Yoga & Dance Instructor, International Aquatic Body work therapist, Sports Masseuse, First Aid and Water emergency rescue Assessor / Trainer.  Tanja has contributed to the Industry as a mentor, author, lecturer, trainer and National / Asian Presenter specialising in Aquatic Exercise therapeutic water movement and has been selected on Fitness Australia’s National Assessors Board.  Tanja’s motto is that if our minds and bodies are connected through a variety of creative wellbeing modalities, then each and everyone’s potential may be opened to discover we are truly limitless in what we can achieve.

 

For more information contact Tanja tluck@whfs.org.au

You can also view the flyer for this event here

 

Session 1: Heartbeat Club: This Community educational program runs for three hours and covers first aid for infants plus childhood injuries that may occur around the home. This program aims to increase the participant’s confidence in how to respond promptly to choking, burns and scalds, drowning and emergency infant/child resuscitation.

Session 2: Toddler Tucker: This is an interactive nutrition program for families with toddlers. Learn about nutrition for toddlers, fussy eating and how to involve your child in food activities around mealtimes.

For further information contact Tanja on  tluck@whfs.org.au.
You can also view the flyer for this event here.

For some workshops there is a crèche (child minding) available. Bookings are essential. A gold coin donation is appreciated.

Besides the community workshops that run each term, WHFS also has a number of groups.  More information about these is available here.

WHFS staff can present workshops at your community venue in Perth. Please contact us on 6330-5400 or on bookings@whfs.org.au  for further information.

If you are a service provider and are interested in finding out about professional development activities for you or your organisation, please see the Training for Professionals page.