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Child Safe Foundational

  /  Child Safe Foundational

OVERVIEW

In an interactive and practical 2.5 hour session participants will understand their responsibilities in the current legislative context, as well as the role they must play in the prevention and reporting of inappropriate/criminal behaviour.  Participants will look at ways to empower children and young people to participate in building a child safe culture.

Participants will practice recognising and responding to child harm with an experienced facilitator.

Designed for: Teachers, staff, volunteers, contractors

Program length: 2.5 hours

The program can be adapted to your timeframe

New South Wales Education Standards Authority (NESA) accredited

CONTENT
  • An overview of the findings of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, and the risks to children
  • A brief overview of the National Principles for Child Safe Organisations
  • Creating a child safe culture
  • Children’s participation
  • The legislative context
  • Child harm indicators and impacts
  • Recognise, respond to, and report child harm
  • Roles and responsibilities

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Understand how to work towards a child safe organisational culture
  • Understand the key components of child safe practice
  • Understand child harm and the impact it has on children
  • Understand your responsibilities within the current legislative context
  • Build confidence in using a five-step process that fosters an effective response to child harm
  • Learn how to empower children and young people to build a child safe culture
DELIVERY OPTIONS
Consulting
In-house

The program can be delivered in your organisation and adapted to suit your needs.

Price: $85 per person

(Min 5 Participants)

Introductory Offer $70 per person!  

Training
Public Program

Dates and locations for 2019 to be advised.

Price: $85 per person

(Min 5 Participants)

Online
Webinar

(Min 5 Participants)

The Building-Block Approach

Right Approach adopts a building-block approach that exposes participants to a series of workshops to apply child safety and wellbeing, or simply attend a one-off workshop.  Providing a number of different training options enables time and budget flexibility.