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Child Protection Refresher Training-Domestic & Family Violence Webinar QLD

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Child Protection refresher training-Domestic & Family webinar - QLD specific 6:30-8:30pm AEST Thursday 15/07/21. Meets NQF requirements.

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QUEENSLAND SPECIFIC LEGISLATION : This course will assist Early Years Educators, Organisations and Individuals to comply with their legislative requirements and meet duty of care obligations regarding Child abuse in Queensland. This is all part of the Child Protection refresher training that is required under Regulation 84 (Education and Care Services National Law Regulations 2011).

Course Cost:  Individuals cost $45 (including GST). Attendees will receive a certificate and course notes. Discounts may apply for services/centres. Please contact us at enquiries@insafehands.net.au

Course duration: 2 hours

Pre-Requisites:  Nil

Meets following NQF requirements:

National Law & Regulations - Sections 162A, 167 (National Law)  &  Regulations 84, 168

Meets following National Quality Standards:

Quality Area 2 - Standard 2.2 

Learning Assessment: No further study or assessment.

Learning Outcomes of this course include:

  • Refresh of legislation, policies, reporting requirements and National Quality Framework updates relating to child protection (inc relevant State Child Safe Standards);
  • What Domestic and Family Violence is;
  • Indicators of Domestic and Family Violence;
  • Impact of Domestic Violence on families;
  • Understanding of the law and various orders associated with State and Federal laws;
  • Early Intervention and prevention strategies;
  • Recognising environmental factors, identifying issues, applying strategies and making timely referrals;
  • Fostering ongoing engagement and communication with parents and children;
  • Sharing resources and ideas to promote children’s social and emotional development.

Course Description: Domestic & Family Violence and the Impact on Children is a course focused on the increasing level of Domestic and Family Violence in our community at present. This course explores why people are victims and abusers, the impact- both short term and long term of such violence on children and how we perceive violence as a nation. It will explore the types of domestic violence, the signs, the symptoms and reasons why it is an under reported crime. It will further discuss your role as an Educator in the Early Years sector and ways in which you can help children and families being exposed to this type of violence. Prior to this you will do a refresher component in relation to Child Protection laws, legislation and mandatory reporting conditions, which will also cover when to report and how to report. This is all part of the Child Protection refresher training that is required under Regulation 84 (Education and Care Services National Law Regulations 2011).

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We are one of Australia's best and most trusted training companies. We are seen as experts in delivering personal and organisational development training in a wide array of social, safety and educational topics surrounding children.

We specialise in delivering Child Safety and Protection training to:

  • Services and organisations wanting to meet National Quality Framework and ACECQA requirements.
  • Teachers, schools and organisations seeking in-depth advanced training on key Child Protection.
  • Sporting and recreational organisations - committees, boards, coaches, first aid staff, managers and Working With Children Check cardholders.
  • Government, social and health workers, foster carers.

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