Emerging Minds

Kitchen sink course

About the course

Welcome to the kitchen sink. This is a demo course to showcase how a typical course is laid out.


All the content in this course is used as an example only.

Who is this course for?

This will probably include a description of the types of practitioners this course has been designed for.

Learning aims

As you progress through this course, you will work towards:

  • learning outcome one
  • learning outcome two
  • learning outcome three


This course features videos of fictional parents and family scenarios. As you work through the course, it is important to be aware of your own emotional responses. Please follow the self-care tips below and seek help if needed: 

  • We do not recommend undertaking the entire course in one sitting. Give yourself some breaks. Even if you don’t feel that you need a break, it’s a good idea to take one anyway and come back later. 
  • Be aware of your emotions as you progress through the course, and take action if you are starting to feel stressed or upset. For example, consider taking a break and doing something for yourself that you enjoy. 
  • Be aware of your emotional responses after you complete the course. 

If at any point you find you are struggling, please talk with your supervisor, seek help, or call Lifeline on 13 11 14, Beyond Blue on 1300 22 4636, or SANE Australia on 1800 18 7263. 


For the purpose of this course, the term ‘parent’ encompasses the biological and adoptive parents of a child as well as individuals who have chosen to take up a primary or shared responsibility in raising that child.

'Social and emotional wellbeing' refers to the way a person thinks and feels about themselves and others. Social and emotional wellbeing incorporates behavioural and emotional strengths. It is integral to child development.


  1. Reference one
  2. Reference two

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