Cancer Learning ‘Survivorship’ online training (Cancer Australia):  offering evidence based practical tools, tips, resources and an introductory package of learning modules that aim to demonstrate how you can make a positive impact improving outcomes and care for people effected by cancer.

Cancer Survivorship for Primary Care Practitioners (VCCC/University of Melbourne - Future Learn): A four week course aimed at primary care providers, including general practitioners, nurses and allied health professionals. This course covers the fundamentals of survivorship, new and emerging cancer therapies, as well as coordinated supportive care for cancer survivors.

Cancer Survivorship – Introductory Course (eviQ): A six part course aimed at all health care professionals. This course describes the experiences and needs of cancer survivors and provides practical tools and strategies to provide effective survivorship care.

Health after Cancer (Stanford University School of Medicine): This 2-hour course aims to bring a practical approach to the care of cancer survivors to an audience of healthcare professionals who are working in primary care and other specialties.