LAST CHILD PROTECTION WEBINARS FOR 2020

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OUR LAST CHILD PROTECTION WEBINARS FOR 2020 ARE IN NOVEMBER ! BOOK NOW!

 

Legal & Practical Response to Child Abuse (QLD)

Date: Thursday 11th November 2020- 6:30pm - 8:30pm (AEST)

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Legal & Practical Response to Child Abuse (NSW)

Date: Thursday 19th November 2020- 6:30pm - 8:30pm (AEDT)

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Legal & Practical Response to Child Abuse (VIC)

Date: Tuesday 24th November 2020- 6:30pm - 8:30pm (AEDT)

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Meets following NQF requirements:

  • National Law & Regulations - Sections 162A, 167 (National Law)  &  Regulations 84, 168
  • Section 162A - Education and Care Services National Law Act - Persons in day-to-day charge and nominated supervisors to have child protection training
  • Section 167 in the Education and Care Services National Law Act requiring every reasonable precaution is taken to protect children from harm (child abuse is non-accidental harm);
  • Regulation 84 of the Education and Care Services National Regulations requiring that all staff who work with children at the service are aware of the relevant current child protection law in their State/Territory;
  • Regulation 168 of the Education and Care Services National Regulations stating that all services must have written policies and procedures – which includes child protection policies and procedures.
  • Meets following National Quality Standards:
  • Quality Area 2 - Standard 2.2 

Learning Assessment: No further study or assessment.

Learning Outcomes of this course include:

  • Definition of child abuse; 
  • Types of child abuse; 
  • Indicators of child abuse;
  • Early Intervention and Prevention tools;
  • Federal, State and Civil laws as pertained to child protection and civil liability;
  • Child Protection requirements under relevant National Frameworks; 
  • Reporting of child abuse; 
  • Managing disclosures;
  • Recording and documenting;
  • Understanding of relevant State Child Safe Standards.

Course Description: This course assists early years educators, organisations and individuals to comply with their legislative requirements under the National Quality Framework and meet duty of care obligations regarding Child Protection. It is designed to be used for induction of new staff, and as a foundation or refresher course for those currently working in the early years education and care sector. Upon successful completion, participants will be equipped with basic Child Protection skills sufficient to enable them to appreciate the importance of Child Protection, understand their legal obligations in relation to providing Child Protection, recognise indicators of child abuse, and notify concerns appropriately.

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