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Grampians Region Advance Care Planning Facilitator Training

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Advance care planning is a process of planning for future health and personal care, whereby the person's values and preferences are made known so that they can guide decision-making at a future time when the person cannot make or communicate their decision due to lack of capacity. (Australian Health Minister's Advisory Council).


Centre for Education and Training ACP, Ballarat Health Service (BHS) - Facilitators and Trainers.

Target group:

The target group for this training is Registered Nurses, Enrolled Nurses and Allied Health who are interested in facilitating Advance Care Planning discussions.

It is a requirement that those attending complete the first four Advance Care Planning Australia online learning modules:

Module 1 - Introduction

Module 2 - Planning conversations

Module 3- Decision making - the legal implications

Module 4 - Implementation.

The modules are here.

Please note: there are a total of 9 online modules - it is advised to complete further modules, especially if they are applicable to your workplace.


Staff working in public sector within Grampians Region $65. Staff working in the private sector $115. Morning tea, lunch and resources will be provided



Sign up to the event here.