Available courses

This course provides an introduction to motivational interviewing and the stages of change that can be used to increase motivation for behaviour change among home visiting clients.

This courses is recommended for public health nurses, social workers, supervisors and managers. To enrol in this course, click on the title and then click on Enrol Me.

This online course is an addendum to the Keys to Caregiving materials provided by NCAST for self-study and is an adaptation of content originally developed by the Middlesex-London Health Unit. The course can serve as an orientation for new staff and a refresher to experienced staff.

This course is recommended for public health nurses and family home visitors. To enrol in the course, click on the title and then on Enrol Me.

This online course was developed to support a consistent knowledge base among all HBHC Family Home Visitors in promoting healthy child development in HBHC families, including a review of child development 0-24 months, family engagement and attunement and the use of HBHC tools.

This course is recommended for family home visitors. To enroll in the course, click on the title and then click on Enrol Me.

This online course was developed as an addendum to the Promoting Maternal Mental Health During Pregnancy materials provided by NCAST and is an adaptation of content originally developed by the Middlesex-London Health Unit.

This course is recommended for public health nurses. To enroll in the course, click in the title and then click on Enrol Me.

This course will help you understand why services are offered a certain way.  If you are new to the program, this will provide a good foundation to your orientation. The focus will be mainly on the home visiting aspect of the program: why home visiting is offered, and how it works.

This courses is recommended for all HBHC service providers. To enroll in the course, click on the title and then click on Enrol Me.