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Keeping Children and Vulnerable People Safe  ChildSafe Training Webinar

This course has been developed to provide training on key issues relating to the care and safety of children and vulnerable people.

Some of the Topics include   

  • Safety issues highlighting health and well being 
  • Child Safe Principles
  • What is child abuse?
  • Grooming
  • Legislation
  • Risk and Reporting
  • Empowering children

Learning outcomes

  • Learn how to build a Child Safe culture that promotes the empowerment of children and vulnerable people
  • Appropriate safety for children in response to a pandemic
  • Responsibility to make sure children remain safe by being healthy
  • Learn how to strengthen screening, recruitment and selection processes to support a Child Safe culture
  • The issues of abuse and responding appropriately to incidents and suspected malicious behaviours
  • Understand your responsibilities within the current legislation
  • Understand the importance of establishing a Child Safe culture to prevent incidents and mitigate risks
  • Learn how to empower and support the rights of children and vulnerable people and create a safe environment for all
  • Strategies to keep children and vulnerable people safe
  • Personal and organisational child safety management 

Cost 

Just $49 per person

Duration of the webinar

1 hour 15 minutes

Who should attend?

Volunteers or staff who have a responsibility for keeping children and vulnerable people safe. Those who have a concern for safety in any leadership, supervisory or carer capacity over children and other vulnerable people. 

More information

Using the National Child Safety Principles, this Webinar presents an overview of human resource requirements, policies, procedures and practices that strengthen the capacity for us to provide a safe and empowering environment for children and young people.

Training Dates

24th July 2020 –  CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS

30th July 2020 –  CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS

10 National Child Safe Principles Training 

Questions to consider:

  • Are you an organisation working with children?
  • Can you practically demonstrate the 10 National ‘Child Safe Standards’ in your organisation?
  • Do you know your requirements when it comes to these standards?

These questions and more will be all addressed at this practical workshop.
This workshop of the 10 national child safe standards is a practical workshop to implement the new child safe standards for your organisation.

Some of the Topics include   

  • Systems Of Safety
  • Understanding the 10 Standards of Child Safety 
  • Risk and Reporting

Learning outcomes

  • You will have an understanding of what the National Child Safe Standards are.
  • You will walk out with an implementation plan for these standards.
  • You will understand who in your organisation you will need to talk with to make sure the organisation is doing everything you can to protect children and create safe environments for children.

Cost 

Just $49 per person

Duration of the webinar

2 hours 15 minutes

Who should attend?

  • Teachers
  • Staff
  • Volunteers
  • Sporting Coach
  • Child Care Worker
  • CEO, Manager or Board Member
  • Church Leadership

More information

Using the National Child Safety Principles, this Webinar presents an overview of human resource requirements, policies, procedures and practices that strengthen the capacity for us to provide a safe and empowering environment for children and young people.

This training will provide the opportunity for understanding scenarios, procedures and also offer direct questioning.

Important to note:
  • All workshop handouts will be provided
  • You receive a certificate of attendance

Training Dates 

7th August 2020 –CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS

12th August 2020 – CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS

ChildSafe Culture and Abuse Training 

This course has been developed to provide training on key issues relating to the care and safety of children and vulnerable people.

Some of the Topics include   

  • Developing a culture of safety with children and vulnerable people
  • Child Safe Standards/Principles
  • What is child abuse
  • Grooming
  • Risk and Reporting
  • Empowering children

Learning outcomes

  • Learn how to build a ChildSafe culture that promotes the empowerment of children and vulnerable people.
  • Responsibility to make sure children remain safe by being healthy.
  • Learn how to strengthen screening, recruitment and selection processes to support a ChildSafe culture.
  • The issues of abuse and responding appropriately to incidents and suspected malicious behaviours.
  • Understand the importance of establishing a ChildSafe culture to prevent incidents and mitigate risks.
  • Learn how to empower and support the rights of children and vulnerable people and create a safe environment for all.
  • Strategies to keep children and vulnerable people safe.
  • Personal and organisational child safety management.

Cost 

Just $49 per person

Duration of the webinar

2 hours 15 minutes

Who should attend?

Volunteers or staff who have a responsibility for keeping children and vulnerable people safe. Those who have a concern for safety in any leadership, supervisory or carer capacity over children and other vulnerable people. 

More information

Using the National Child Safety Principles, this Webinar presents an overview of human resource requirements, policies, procedures and practices that strengthen the capacity for us to provide a safe and empowering environment for children and young people.

This training will provide the opportunity for understanding scenarios, procedures and also offer direct questioning.

Training Dates

21st August 2020 – CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS

27th August 2020 – CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS

ChildSafe would love to have a discussion with you about your training and support needs. We have developed a number of tools and services that align with the 10 National child safety principles. Please feel free to write to us at info@childsafe.org.au or call on 0431 715 132 for more information.