Child Safe Training – Reportable Conduct and Mandatory Reporting (CFECFW)

From the Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare

 Are you aware of the new mandatory reporting requirements?

Mandatory reporters as of March 2019 will now include early childhood workers, out-of-home-care workers, Youth Justice workers and psychologists. https://providers.dhhs.vic.gov.au/mandatory-reporting

The Centre provides training for all organisations who are required to be compliant with the Child Safe Standards and/or who are now part of the Reportable Conduct Scheme.

We can provide customised training on a range of topics, including mandatory reporting, and have presented over 100 sessions on Child Safe Standards and Reportable Conduct to organisations throughout Victoria.   (Please call us for a quote)

We also conduct training sessions at the Centre on a regular basis. https://www.cfecfw.asn.au/calendar/

We are aware that most local councils are actively engaged with Child Safe Standards and many councils are ensuring they are compliant through audits and monitoring. Please find attached to this email the DHHS Compliance Framework which may assist you.

The Centre is offering further workshops on a range of topics but can also provide customised training to meet the needs of your organisation.

  • Becoming compliant with Child Safe Standards
  • Empowering children
  • Reportable Conduct
  • Identifying child abuse
  • Risk Assessment

We also work with organisations on developing a Code of Conduct and a Child Safe policy.  For more information about the Centre and what we can offer please go to https://www.cfecfw.asn.au/child-safe-organisations/

Please contact us at the Centre to discuss customised training or go to our website to book into a training session.

Georgette Antonas       03 9094 3510     Georgette.antonas@cfecfw.asn.au

Sharon Clerke               03 9094 3527     Sharon.clerke@cfecfw.asn.au

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