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Child Safe Organisations Workshop

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.

4 hours
Free

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:

  • Background of child safe organisation development
  • Establishing and maintaining a child safe culture
  • Child inclusive practice
  • How to create child safe and friendly environments
  • Key elements of a child safe organisation

Who should attend?

  • You should attend this workshop if you work in an organisation that deals directly or indirectly with children.
  • All members of the organisation need to attend because we all have a responsibility to help create a culture of child safety in your organisation.
  • You are encouraged to attend this workshop even if you are already attending another NAPCAN workshop about mandatory reporting.

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**

 

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    WINNGATE centre, NAPCAN office (NT)
    • Junction of Hickman St and Winnellie Road
    • Winnellie
    • Darwin
    • NORTHERN TERRITORY
    • 0820
    • Australia
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    • 3 Yarabah Court
    • Alice Springs
    • Alice Springs
    • NORTHERN TERRITORY
    • 0870
    • Australia
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