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VIC Child Safety Standards – Bundle Deal – All 11 x 1hr webinars

VIC Child Safety Standards – Bundle Deal – All 11 x 1hr webinars


Join ChildSafe for all 11 x 1hr webinars and explore ALL 11 VIC Child Safety Standards

In each webinar, ChildSafe and our topic experts explore what your organisation can do to engage in meeting this standard.

This webinar series is also excellent for other states in meeting National Principle for Child Safe Organisations.

For each webinar we are joined by a special Subject Matter Expert including:

  • Standard 1:  SNAICC – Adel Cox – Sector Development Manager
  • Standard 2: Simon Walsh – CEO Allambi Care
  • standard 3: Jayneen Sanders – Founder Educate2Empower Publishing
  • Standard 4: Professor Daryl Higgins – ACU – Director, Institute of Child Protection Studies Australian Catholic University
  • Standard 5: Melinda Clarke – Life Without Barriers, Safeguarding Lead
  • Standard 6:  – Fiona Boyle – Kooyoora Australia – Chief Executive Officer and Company Secretary
  • (Executive Director under the Professional Standards Uniform Act)
  • Standard 7: Anne Monichon, Yarra Ranges Council
  • Standard 8: Neil Milton, General Manager ChildSafe Australia
  • Standard 9: Patrice Fitzgerald Safeguarding Lawyer, Moores legal
  • Standard 10:  – Laura Giblett Safeguarding Specialist – Sport, Recreation & Youth at YMCA Australia
  • Standard 11:  Jean Nester AFL Child Safeguarding Manager  and Rebekah Kilpatric PMCC

Key Learning

Throughout each 1hr webinar, we discuss each standard and learn:

  • How to apply the standard
  • How to document that standard
  • What does it look like in action?


The course includes a downloadable resource sheet, links, and references shared during each webinar.

The webinar is also excellent for other states in meeting the National Principles for Child Safe Organisations.

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Course delivery

Watch on demand. Link to pre-recorded webinar and resource sheets.

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