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Training and development

Would you like to learn more about falls and stay up to date with falls prevention information and events? Injury Matters has you sorted with Stay On Your Feet® training, news and events.

Training and events calendar

Injury Matters offers a range of Stay On Your Feet® training events for health professionals to develop their knowledge and skills and build their capacity to implement falls prevention strategies and activities. See the Injury Matters training and events calendar for upcoming falls prevention webinars and workshops.

Book an On-Demand presentation or training for your workplace

Are you a community, health, fitness, or allied health professional working with older adults in the community? Injury Matters also offers a range of Stay On Your Feet® presentations and training that our trained staff will come out and deliver at your workplace at a time that suits you.

eLearning modules for health professionals

Injury Matters has developed free online learning modules to support community, health, fitness, or allied health professionals to deliver falls prevention strategies with older adults living in the community.

Watch a past training recording

Videos are a great way to learn and see how other practitioners deliver falls prevention strategies. Build your falls prevention capacity by viewing videos of our previous Stay On Your Feet® webinars.

Join the Community Falls Network

Coordinated by Injury Matters, the Community Falls Network aims to bring together health and community professionals in Western Australia to discuss key issues and share solutions in community falls prevention. The Community Falls Network meets quarterly and provides an opportunity for professionals to:

  • Share information about existing services and identify a cohesive approach to falls prevention in the community
  • Increase understanding of each other’s roles, challenges, and opportunities in community falls prevention
  • Discuss issues and advocate for change in community falls prevention

Contact [email protected] for more information or to express your interest in joining the Community Falls Network.

Stay up to date with the Falls Prevention eNews

Do you want to stay in the know? The Stay On Your Feet® program releases a monthly Falls Prevention eNewsletter to help you stay up to date on the latest information, news, and events. The Falls Prevention eNews provides information on events, training opportunities, new tools and resources related to falls prevention, along with the latest evidence in falls prevention best practice.

Follow the Stay On Your Feet® program on Facebook

Follow Stay On Your Feet® on Facebook for regular information and tips for preventing falls in older adults and updates on what’s happening across the Stay On Your Feet® program.

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