NEW eLEARNING COURSE
Child Safe Principles
NEW From IVET Learning | non-accredited eLearning course
IVET has developed an eLearning module to ensure that the knowledge and training we provide is both cost-effective and easily accessible across any organisation.
Our eLearning module was developed by an expert who has worked with both perpetrators and victims. Our goal is to provide education to people working with children, arming them with greater knowledge of the role they can perform in keeping children safe.
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- Mitigate risk to your business and show parents that their child’s safety is the priority.
- Our author has worked with both victims and perpetrators of abuse providing unique insight into each topic.
- This is a cost-effective and efficient method to ensure staff are educated and understand their responsibilities.
- Upon completion, each participant will receive a Certificate of Participation.
- Together, we'll build a safer world for our children. Contact us today to get started.
You Will Learn:
- How child safe standards/principles are applied to their organisation and them directly
- Case studies to further understand how the standards are applied
- The types of harm that need to be reported and how to report
- Identifying vulnerable groups
- How to respond to disclosures
- Engaging with children and providing an environment where they feel empowered and comfortable to speak out
Benefits of eLearning:
Flexibility: Study any time, any where.
Customize the pace of the course to suit your needs.
How it Works
2. Complete Your eLearning Course Online
3. Receive Your Certificate of Participation
What will I be expected to complete as a part of the Child Safe Principles Non-Accredited eLearning Course?
- Point 1
- Point 2
- Point 3
Meet the Author of Our NEW 'Child Safe Principles' Course*,
*Non-accredited eLearning Course
**Name withheld to respect privacy
H. H. has a Degree in Psychology and a Masters in Forensic Psychology. She has spent the past 12 years working in a variety of settings including adult and youth custody and community forensic services, childhood trauma services and education settings. She has worked both with perpetrators of abuse of children and child victims/survivors and their families, schools and wider support networks.
It is this experience which makes H. H.'s approach to supporting organisations to recognise and respond to children at risk unique. Her experience of working with perpetrators has given her insight into how perpetrators access and groom children, families and organisations. She has used this, alongside her experience of working with children and trauma, to develop training to assist organisations to be child safe and to recognise and respond to risks posed to children. The training is designed to be accessible to staff from a range of backgrounds and focussed on practical skills and strategies.
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IVET Learning has identified the importance of Child Safe Practices within Schools and other organisations who work with children; with the need to provide knowledge and expertise in this area, in a manner that is easily understood. Those who work with any child (under the age of 18) are required to (in some States by law) ensure child safe practices are implemented properly and that policies and procedures are in place. This in turn will reduce the risk posed by individuals who may want to harm children and to appropriately support those who may have experienced harm.
IVET have developed an eLearning module to ensure that the knowledge and training we provide is both cost-effective and easily accessible across any organisation. Our eLearning module was developed by an expert who has worked with both perpetrators and victims, with the goal to educate those who work/volunteer with children about their role and responsibility in keeping children safe within your organisation.