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    Rural Worker Training in Mental Health - online training

    SANE Australia provided a 12-month Mindful Employer eLearning program to a selected rural organisation. This organisation participated in a pilot program to improve the mental health of their volunteer workforce/membership, evaluate the effectiveness of this program and then make any necessary adjustments.

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    Migrant4Migrant (by migrants for migrants)

    An interactive multimedia webpage featuring community profiles developed with local culturally and linguistically diverse communities as online mini-documentaries to share news and views about life in the Northern Territory with friends, families and communities interstate and overseas.

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    Interpret-ED: National Online

    The grant enabled the development of online professional development (PD) to their members. A national online Auslan (the sign language of the Australian Deaf community) interpreter training and professional development program that delivers training and professional development for signed language interpreters throughout Australia.

  • Dementia Risk Reduction e-Learning project

    The Alzheimer's Australia Mind your Mind program aimed to provide online information for general practitioners, community health workers and the general public; web design of the learning resources; and practical, evidence-based strategies for people concerned about their risk of dementia.

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    The World of Animal Welfare website

    The aim of the World of Animal Welfare (WOAW) website (http://www.woaw.org.au/) is to educate and deliver quality, cost effective education about animal welfare to teachers to increase their students’ knowledge of animal care and welfare , and compassion towards animals (and people). The further grant received from auDA Foundation allowed them to further develop the web architecture for the e-learning website WOAW, and the transition of the site to become a national resource.

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    Online animal welfare curriculum

    The RSPCA World of Animal Welfare (WOAW) is a Queensland based interactive website and virtual classroom. The RSPCA Queensland developed a substantial online curriculum for primary and secondary school students. In particular, the curriculum targeted those students in regional, rural and remote locations that the RSPCA was unable to see face-to-face on a regular basis.