Online education hub can accessed at any time and in any place.

The courses aim to support your work and ministry as you seek to release ‘abundant life’ in every person, and are offered through the Australian Faith Community Nurses Association (AFCNA). The courses support your personal and professional growth and for nurses undertaking these courses can count towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) requirements.

Accessing the education hub

Financial members of AFCNA have access to discounted price courses (up to 40%) and members’ only courses by logging into the members’ area of the website and using the links.

Available courses

Do you read the word ‘change’ and think about those New Year’s resolutions you made full of good intentions that didn’t last into February! The nutrition program you would start, or the exercise program you would develop, only to slip back into your old habits!

Making changes stick for the long term is hard! Creating new and healthy habits takes time.

This short course can help you make long-term change, or you may use the knowledge to support another person to change. Click here for more information and to sign up.

AFCNA members receive have a 40% and until the 1st May 2020 the course is FREE. Log into the AFCNA members’ area for your link.

Let’s face it, establishing boundaries with people can be a challenge. You may have difficulty saying the word ‘No!’ or worrying that you might cause offence.

It may be because you don’t want to disappoint people, or you really want them to get well so you keep going the extra mile.

The practice of setting boundaries with people in your life, your ministry, or your workplace can be challenging. To read more click here

This is course is FREE for AFCNA members and guests.

Restoring balance- avoiding compassion fatigue

Launching in 2020

Introducing Faith Community Nursing

Tuesday 12th May

Introducing Health and Pastoral Care is covered in the first half of Introducing Faith Community Nursing

Foundations of Faith Community Nursing

Understanding loss and grief