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Guest Lecture: Developing Behavioural Interventions to Manage Responsive Behaviours by Dr. Margaret MacAndrew

Behavioural symptoms of dementia can be disturbing to the person with dementia and challenging for carers to respond to effectively.…
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PainChek™: solving the ‘silence of pain’ in dementia

Mustafa Atee discusses a novel tool ‘PainChek™’, which is an app-based point-of care medical device approved for use in nonverbal adult populations including those with dementia.

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Supporting Veterans in aged and community care – Guest Lecture

In this presentation Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA) will provide an insight into ‘who is a Veteran’ and discuss specific services available for Veterans using a hypothetical case study.

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Apps for Dementia: The benefits and use of apps for people living with dementia

Presentation Overview Dementia progressively challenges a person’s abilities to independently access and engage in activities they find meaningful, interesting and…

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The New Dementia Training Australia: What’s It All About and What Can It Offer Me?

DTA Director Professor Elizabeth Beattie discusses what DTA is all about and what we can offer you and your organisation.

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The Ones who Can’t Complain: Recognising and Alleviating Pain in Persons with Dementia

The Ones who Can’t Complain: Recognising and Alleviating Pain in Persons with Dementia Guest Lecture -  Wednesday 23 August 2017 Professor Christine…
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Implementation or Education: Changing Dementia Care Practices in Hospitals

Implementation or Education: Changing Dementia Care Practices in Hospitals Guest Lecture – 5 December 2017 Presented by A/Prof. Laurie Grealish…
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‘Montessori … but isn’t that for children?’ WA guest lecture

Montessori … but isn’t that for children? Guest Lecture – 15 November 2017 Elizabeth Oliver, Senior Occupational Therapist, and Katarina Zubonja,…

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Responsive Behaviours QUICK REFERENCE CARDS

The Quick Reference Cards are designed as an on-the-spot point of reference for health professionals and care staff working with…
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COURSES

All of DTA’s online courses are free.

Dementia Training Australia is supported by funding from the Australian Government under the Dementia and Aged Care Services fund.

To enrol in a course, you must first sign up for a DTA account.

  1. Click the Sign Up button in the top right of the screen
  2. Enter your details in the form
  3. Create a Username, and Submit your details
  4. Your new DTA password will be emailed to the email address you entered during sign up.
    Please check your junk/spam folder if you don’t receive the password straight after you have submitted your details.

Once you’re logged into your DTA Profile, you can enrol into a course.

  1. Browse the available courses
  2. Click the grey Register button
  3. Complete the requested fields e.g. Which of the following reasons best describe why you engaged with this DTA training option?
  4. Click button Request a Booking for this Course
  5. You will then receive an automated confirmation email and the course/s will show as pending in your DTA Profile.
  6. The day prior to your course start date, your registration will be approved, and an email sent to you containing the entry link to your course/s.

You can see  your course registrations in your DTA profile.

  1. Log in to your DTA Profile
  2. Check My Courses for listing of current, completed and pending courses

Note: Pending enrolments  – You will receive a link into the course, on the eve of the session start date

Certificates do not become available until the after the completion date of the course, and once DTA’s eLearning coordinator has reviewed the completed coursework.

If you finish the course before the end date, a completion link will be emailed to you (once the course has ended and been reviewed by our eLearning coordinator).

After this time, Certificate(s) will be available in your DTA Profile, and accessed/printed as needed.

You are welcome to take DTA courses if you live outside of Australia, however if learner quota is near full then preference will be given to Australian enrolments.

You will receive a link into the course, on the eve of the course start date.

There is no early access into courses.

Not at this time.

Each participant must individually register for a course, in order to receive a Certificate.

Please contact us using the help button (website bottom left) including details of the course enrolment you would like to cancel.

A course can be completed at your leisure and across many intervals.

Please hit save before you exit, so you can resume at the place you left off. Courses must be completed in full by the course closing date.

USING THE WEBSITE

Sign up to DTA in 4 steps:

  1. Click the Sign Up button in the top right of the screen
  2. Enter your details in the form
  3. Create a Username, and Submit your details
  4. Your new DTA password will be emailed to the email address you entered during sign up.
    Please check your junk/spam folder if you don’t receive the password straight after you have submitted your details.

It’s possible that the username you would like to use is already taken by another current registered learner.

Please try registering with an alternative username.

Please check your email junk/spam folder.

If the email still does not appear, please contact us using the help button (website bottom left) so we can investigate.

For security reasons, we cannot see a user’s password.

Please click here to reset your password.

Passwords can be managed in your DTA Profile.

  1. Click the Log in button (top right) and sign into your DTA Profile
  2. In the sub menu > selectChange Password

If you’re having trouble logging into your DTA Profile, and are sure your username and password are correct, please try the following:

  1. Close your current browser window
  2. Open a new browser window and go to dta.com.au
    Note: Don’t use a cached version of the page from your ‘history’ or favourites
  3. Click the Log in button in top right corner of the website.
  4. Type your username and your password all the way to the end, or cut & paste from the email exactly, with no spaces. Don’t let your device autocomplete those fields.

If you still have issues after completing the steps above, please contact us using the help button (website bottom left) so we can investigate.

Our security lock period automatically ends after 20 minutes.

Please try again after this time.

If you still have password issues after completing the steps above, please contact us using the help button (website bottom left) so we can investigate.

Please refer to our FAQs page, or submit a help request us using the Help Button (located at the bottom left of every page) including details of the assistance required.