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Child Safety and Wellbeing Practice: An Introduction

  /  Child Safety and Wellbeing Practice: An Introduction


In an interactive and practical 3-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: 3 hours

The program can be adapted to your timeframe

New South Wales Education Standards Authority (NESA) accredited

  • 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


  • 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

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

Price: $100 + GST per person

(Min 5 Participants)

Introductory Offer $70 + GST per person!  

Public Program

Dates and locations for 2019 to be advised.

Price: $100 + GST per person

(Min 5 Participants)


(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.