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Workshops and Courses

Please note that some previously advertised events have been cancelled or postponed due to the Australian Government’s new social distancing measures and restrictions on non-essential gatherings in an effort to protect the Australian community from the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). Read more

ECU Student Health have a wide range of short courses and workshops on offer that are designed to help you with achieving any health and wellbeing goals.

Among the courses and workshops are classes in yoga, a chance to learn about beach safety, find out more about healthy relationships,and/or brush up on your nutrition knowledge and take a cookery class.

There's also a range of exercise focused programs offered in conjunction with the ECU Sports and Fitness Centre.

The Surf Life Saving Association will be presenting a fun and interactive session which will demonstrate what aspects of the beach, ocean, surf, wildlife, and weather are most important to enjoying the Perth coastline to the max. In this workshop you'll learn how to recognise potentially dangerous water patterns and wildlife, have fun in the sea, and get a basic understanding of how to help others in the event that something adverse occurs.

While the WA AIDS Council will be presenting a  fun and interactive workshop to answer any questions you have that relate to relationship wellbeing, intimacy and cultural issues, and where to go for help. This is particularly useful for those who are new to Perth who need to navigate the local medical system to locate those professionals help with online sexuality, gender diversity, sexuality transmitted infections and safer sex.

The food and nutrition workshop will help you learn how to maintain peak performance whilst studying. This opportunity will demonstrate what foods can promote healthy habits and will include food preparations, interactive nutrition education, and food tastings.

Future workshops planned for later this year include drumming and orienteering.

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