Alzheimer’s WA has over 35 years experience in providing dementia specialist education to the Western Australian health care community.
Our learning programs are suitable for the professional development of all health care workers and tailored to meet the needs of registered nurses, enrolled nurses, support workers and other health professionals.
Informed by research and contemporary practice, Alzheimer’s WA has utilised its expertise as a leader in dementia care to develop a comprehensive suite of products which form part of an integrated learning pathway, from entry level non accredited courses to accredited training.
At Alzheimer’s WA our highly professional educators are all qualified with a minimum of workplace training and assessment (TAE 40110 Certificate IV) and have vast and varied experience in providing support to people living with dementia and their families in both community, hospital and residential settings.
Our educators are passionate about improving the standard of dementia knowledge in the care arena. The contemporary industry skills of our educators enables them to offer positive and engaging learning experiences with practical application into the working environment. All educators participate in ongoing professional development and have access to experts in dementia practice and current research to inform their presentations.
Upcoming Training and Workshops
Alzheimer’s WA will support your organisation to build a dementia friendly team and enable you to position your organisation as a provider of choice for people living with dementia in Western Australia.
Dementia Learning Pathway
This pathway will assist you in selecting the most appropriate course for your learning needs and career aspirations.
Alzheimer’s WA is a Registered Training Organisation with decades of experience educating and training the health care professionals and front line teams who work with those living with dementia. We believe dementia is a human experience rather than just a biological condition. Our philosophy of care is rooted in a commitment to a person-centred approach and practice. This is reflected in all of our education and training.
Alzheimer’s WA offers a large range of workshops to support your organisation to become dementia experts. Our workshops are tailored to empower your staff with knowledge of best practice person-centred dementia care and support. We can work with you to meet your organisational needs and time frames, and can provide training at your premises or in our own training facility.
Acute Care Symposium
This inaugural symposium is an opportunity to engage in the sharing of ideas from renowned speakers and leaders on a range of topics that challenge a new way forward in best practice dementia care in a hospital setting.
Dementia Change Champions Program
The Dementia Champions Program assists staff in gaining knowledge, skills, information and materials to support the development of a person-centred approach in community services for people living with dementia who access them.
Complaints against the RTO
Alzheimer’s WA is committed to ensuring a high satisfaction level with all of the courses and workshops we deliver. Education Officers make every effort to ensure participant satisfaction, whilst upholding the integrity of the training content and outcomes. If a course participant wishes to make a complaint about the organisation, staff, another participant or an appeal decision, Alzheimer’s WA will investigate the matter in a timely fashion in accordance with the organisations Code of Practice. If the matter is not settled internally, the complainant has the right to be heard by an independent arbitrator.
All course students receive a student handbook at the time of enrolment. The student handbook sets out in detail the steps they should take in order to have a complaint heard. Complaints can also be lodged by completing the online feedback form.