The AFCNA offers online education hub and resources that you can access any time and any place.

Courses start with basic understanding of Health and Pastoral Care Ministry, and Faith Community Nursing. They then move to a more in-depth course Foundations of Faith Community Nursing which is offered twice each year. Additionally, there are multiple courses that will support your personal and professional growth.

Prefer learning face to face? Click here for our 2020 classroom workshops/course schedule.

Undertaking online and classroom courses, can count towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) requirements.

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Members access

Financial members of AFCNA have access to members’ courses in the education hub. Some courses are FREE and others at discounted prices from public 'Guest Access'. There will be some courses that are only available to members.

Click here for instructions on how to access members courses at the education hub.

Guest access

There is ‘Guest Access’ available for non AFCNA members to participate in some of the courses offered. Contact for instructions on how to access courses available to Guests.

Courses available

Would you like to sample a brief personal development course? You are welcome to try:

Do you read the word ‘change’ and think about those New Year’s resolutions you made full of good intentions that didn’t last into February! The nutrition program you would start, or the exercise program you would develop, only to slip back into your old habits!

Making changes stick for the long term is hard! Creating new and healthy habits takes time.

This short course can help you make long-term change, or you may use the knowledge to support another person to change. Click here for more information.

This is course is FREE for members and for a limited time (until the end of November) Guests can also access it at no cost.

Let’s face it, establishing boundaries with people can be a challenge. You may have difficulty saying the word ‘No!’ or worrying that you might cause offence.

It may be because you don’t want to disappoint people, or you really want them to get well so you keep going the extra mile.

The practice of setting boundaries with people in your life, your ministry, or your workplace can be challenging. To read more click here

This is course is FREE for members and guests

We have other courses being prepared

Understanding loss and grief: learn about the process of loss and grief and how to support someone through the process. It covers topics  such as: 

  • What is loss and grief?
  • Loss and grief as a process
  • Strategies and skills to support a person through the experience of loss and grief
  • Resources and referral services
  • Self-care
  • A workbook, resources and Certificate of Completion are provide

We will announce the release of new courses as they go online via our regular email newsletter and the WholeHealth magazine published 3 times each year.