7 Steps to Safety is a Territory-designed, flexible and child-friendly kit that aims to help families give their children the skills and confidence to feel, and be, safe at home.
This workshop covers essential knowledge for anyone who has anything to do with children and young people either indirectly or directly.
Essential information for leaders in organisations whose work concerns children or young people
A child safe organisation values children and is committed to treating their needs and their safety as the top priority. It means taking serious proactive steps to prevent physical, sexual or emotional abuse, neglect or any kind of harm. Child Safe Organisations move beyond safety and demonstrates a commitment to children's/young people's wellbeing.
Love Bites Junior is a primary prevention education program that focuses on the development of respectful relationships for 11-14-year old’s. Please read below prerequisites carefully before register.
The Love Bites Program has had an update in mid-March 2022. We are now offering a refresher for facilitators who would like to receive the updated manual and resources (provided electronically).
The trauma informed module will provide an opportunity for facilitators to recognise the signs and symptoms of trauma and respond by integrating the knowledge about trauma into the delivery of the Love Bites Programs and to actively resist re-traumatisation for young people.
This training will provide support for facilitators to be able to deliver the Love Bites Senior Program, a primary prevention education program that focuses on the development of respectful relationships and violence prevention for 15-17-year-old’s (or Years 10-12). The training role models a trauma aware and healing informed delivery model of the program.
A 2-hour update delivered over zoom to gain an overview of the changes and new activities in the new 2022 release of the Love Bites Senior (Year 10-12) program. There will be an opportunity at the end to ask questions regarding the new activities or themes covered in this session.
Improving children’s outcomes means supporting parents, and we know how much parenting matters.