Preventing Dementia – free online course

we are currently accepting enrolments for the next offering of the course. If you know anyone who may be interested, here are the details which you can share:

Course opens: 11th May 2021
Course duration: 4 weeks
Estimated effort: 2 hours per week
Course access: Day or night, on your smart phone, tablet or computer
Course closes: 25th June 2021 (content is accessible across 6 weeks)
Completion certificate? Yes, there is a personalised certificate on completion
Cost: FREE

There have been over 150,000 enrolments in the Preventing Dementia MOOC since its inception. Thousands of people, just like you, have previously taken up the opportunity to enrol in this free online course to examine the latest evidence and learn ways to reduce dementia risk.

We couldn’t have achieved this without the help of our growing global MOOC community and wish to thank everyone for their support in helping us let others know about this course.

If you are able to help us again, even in a small way, we will be able to reach even more people to improve knowledge of brain health across the world.

Things you can do to help:
If you know of someone else who might be interested, please encourage them to sign up and enrol at:
To print a poster and/or flyer to display in your workplace or on your local community noticeboard, please click here
Visit the Preventing Dementia Facebook Page and share our post to ‘enrol now’ with your networks.
We encourage everyone to take advantage of this opportunity to participate in learning about dementia risk reduction. Even if you have undertaken the course in the past, this is a great opportunity to refresh your knowledge. If you are interested in undertaking the course, click here to enrol today!

Thanks again for your ongoing support in taking dementia prevention knowledge to the world.

We acknowledge the Wurundjeri people and other peoples of the Kulin nation as the traditional owners of the land on which our work in the community takes place. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

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