The Palliative Care Online Training Portal:


Note: The website is currently undergoing maintenance to update existing resources. You may still access the training during this time and your progress will still be recorded. This work will include revisions to the website's audio narration. During the interim, you may wish to use a text-to-speech extension. 

Please contact our staff if you experience any difficulties during this time.


The Palliative Care Online Training portal is a free educational resource designed to support health professionals, family members and carers to deliver best practice palliative care in the community. The training provides users with the knowledge, skills and values to effectively communicate with and contribute to the care of people in the community who have a life limiting illness or who are approaching the final stages of the normal ageing process. 

Incorporating the palliAGED online resource guidelines, this free online training is designed for the Australian health context. The training is available to all registered participants (please refer to the "New User" section in the right-hand side bar for registration instructions).

The Palliative Care Online Training portal currently consists of six training modules and an extensive resource library, covering topics such as:

      • The needs of people and their families as they approach end-of-life.
      • Assessment skills.
      • End-of-life conversations.
      • Self-care and building resilience.
      • Pain management.
      • Recognising deteriorating patients.

If you are having any difficulties in accessing the training, please email training@ahha.asn.au. Alternatively please call (02) 6162 0780 and leave a message outlining the problem and providing a phone number for us to return your call.

This project is funded by the Australian Government Department of Health and is developed by the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA), with input from industry and other specialists.