WA Health Services self-directed learning

This page provides links to self-directed learning resources maintained by other WA Health Services. Many services provide a list of resources for staff employed within their health service, some of which may also be relevant to health professionals throughout WA. Some of the links are only available on HealthPoint and therefore only accessible from work.

Internet accessible 

WA Department of Health (DoH)

Education listings, including a few interactive learning packages.

Visit DoH education website

Department of Health – Electronic Learning Management System (ELMS): Accountable and ethical decision making, disaster management training, recordkeeping awareness, Aboriginal cultural e-learning.

Visit ELMS website

Aboriginal cultural e-learning FAQ

Accessible only from WA Health computers

The following websites are only accessible on the WA Health intranet:

WA Country Health Service (WACHS) 

List and descriptions of self-directed learning packages and training programs from CHS Learning and Development - training programs intranet site. Includes packages developed in-house and links to relevant external resources.

Visit WACHS learning intranet site

North Metropolitan Health Service (NMHS) 

List of self-directed learning packages from NMHS Education and Training e-learning packages intranet site. Includes packages developed in-house and links to relevant external resources. 

Visit NMHS learning intranet site

Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital (SCGH)

List of self-directed learning packages and training programs from CHIPS (SCGH) e-learning intranet site.

Visit intranet site

South Metropolitan Health Service (SMHS)

List of self-directed learning packages from the SMHS e-learning repository. Includes packages developed in-house and links to relevant external resources.

Visit SMHS intranet site

East Metropolitan Health Service (EMHS)

Education and training intranet site.

Visit EMHS intranet site

WA Department of Health (DoH)

Mandatory Reporting of Child Sexual Abuse (MRCSA).

Visit MRCSA intranet site