$165.00 inc GST

Creating a Child Safe Organisation (National) Training

Online Compliance Course

Course length:
30 minutes online

Child, Youth and Families Act 2005, Children and Young Persons (Care and Protection) Act 1998 (NSW), Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012 (NSW), Working with Children Amendments Act 2016 (Vic)


Course audience:
Personnel who deal with children

Deploy our courses online via Safetrac’s Compliance LMS or opt for SCORM delivery on your company’s LMS.

Course type:
Structured iDesigned for learners with little prior knowledge, this course type takes the learner through the course subject sequentially – one step at a time.

About this course

Ensuring the safety of children is a collective obligation. It is crucial that every team member in your organisation is knowledgeable and understands how to protect children and young people.

While you aren’t expected to be an expert in child protection, it is essential that you are aware of issues related to child abuse and understand the expectations placed on you as a member of your organisation.

Safetrac’s Creating a Child Safe Organisation National training course contains information to help you understand the signs of child abuse, as well as your role in preventing and reporting it.

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Learning outcomes

By the end of this module, your staff will:

  • Have an understanding of National Principles for Child Safe Organisations;
  • Better comprehend what child safety in the workplace entails and the aspects an organisation must do to be considered ‘Child Safe’;
  • Become familiar with the signs and indicators of abuse and it’s complexities; and
  • Understand your potential reporting obligations and processes at a high level (non-jurisdiction specific).

Course contents

  • Support
  • Commitment Statement
  • Preventing
  • Key standards and schemes
  • National Child Safe Standards and Principles
  • Practical Tools for Implementation
  • Reportable Conduct
  • Recognising
  • Child abuse
  • Reporting and indicators of abuse
  • Responding