ACT Education and Care Mandatory Reporting Update

This session will update participants on their current responsibilities in reporting suspected cases of child abuse and neglect.

Education and Care Services National Regulation 84 requires all educators to understand child protection laws applicable to them and have knowledge of how to enact those laws. As advocates for the safety of children, knowledge of child protection requirements is non-negotiable for educators working in early childhood education and care settings.

This 2 hour face-to-face session will provide participants with the necessary knowledge and skills to identify and enact the requirements of the Children and Young People Act 2008 (ACT).

This session is run by Communities@Work’s Centre of Professional Learning and Education (RTO 88148).

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This session will support understanding in:

  • Legal Terms and Definitions relating to Mandatory Reporting
  • Identifying indicators of possible abuse and harm
  • ACT Mandatory Reporting requirements
  • Staff Misconduct and the Reportable Conduct Scheme
  • Ethical considerations

Cost: $50 pp – Includes workbook, handouts and certificate of attendance

Date and Time: Tuesday April 9, 2019
– 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Venue: Communities@Work Training Room
– Weston Community Hub

NOTE: For ECEC services wishing to book a session an in-service training session, please complete the Customised Training Request Form and submit to cple@commsatwork.org, In-service sessions cost $600 for max. 20 participants. Ability to train requested dates and times will depend on trainer availability.

Event Location

Weston Community Hub

Cnr of Hilder St & Gritten St, WESTON ACT, 2611

Weston Community Hub

Cnr of Hilder St & Gritten St, WESTON ACT, 2611

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