Most importantly, we hope that you are staying safe and well in these challenging times.
NAPCAN has been working hard to transfer our workshops onto an online format (using ZOOM).
If you have registered for a free workshop in April or May, you will notice that these are now displayed on our Training Calendar as ONLINE. Please keep the date in your diary and you will be contacted with details as available. Note, there may be some changes in the exact timing of the workshops due to the online format, and because the original workshops were for 30 people (and we are limiting our online sessions to 10 people).
If you would like to register for a workshop later in the year, we encourage you to continue to do so. Please note that it is likely that more workshops (i.e. into June and beyond) may also need to be delivered online. If so, we will let you know and will try to keep the times and dates as close as possible to the current listing.
Please note that ONLINE workshops are indicated as NT or QLD, and include information specific to those areas, only enrol if you are located in one if these 2 state/territory
If you don’t have access to the technology to do online training, please let us know and we will do our best to help you, or to reschedule your training after the social distancing restrictions have been lifted.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us via [email protected]
Stay safe and all the best to you and your team.
See below for more information about workshop content.
All children have the right to be safe and to feel safe all of the time. 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. They are committed to creating environments where children/young people experience genuine engagement and agency, can thrive, reach their full potential, and talk about their worries safely and openly.
In light of the Royal Commission we know that it is critical to embed a child safe culture into every single organisation that has anything to do with children or young people, either directly or indirectly. This means that every member of an organisation needs to understand their role in proactively keeping children safe, helping them thrive and preventing child abuse and neglect.
This interactive workshop covers:
Who should attend?
As the workshop is delivered free of charge to the community, we are not able to offer catering, therefore we ask that you BYO your lunch or make yourself familiar with the location of the training to buy lunch. Please be mindful that fridge might not be available depends on the training location.
**A maximum of 3 people per organisation can register per ONLINE workshop**
**A maximum of 5 people per organisation can register per FACE TO FACE workshop**