Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare
Leadership and advocacy in child, youth and family services.
The Centre's annual and financial reports, Reconciliation Action Plan, and other important publications.
Our Board members are highly respected leaders and experts in the child and family services sector.
Employment opportunities with The Centre.
Deb Tsorbaris, CEO of the Centre, advocates to improve the lives of children, young people and families in the areas of child safety, education and health.
Find out about our events, including the Debutante Ball.
Overview of our Learning and Development Services
The Centre provides nationally recognised training to organisations and individuals in child and family services.
Offering free training and professional development to residential care workers in Victoria
The Centre provides online training and courses for the child and family services sector.
Training and information to make your workplace child safe in Victoria
Training and Assessment Packages for Foster Care Agency Workers
Driving development of evidence and innovation across the service delivery system.
The Centre's submissions to the state government, Royal Commissions, and government bodies.
Free forums convened by The Centre for professional workers, aiming to provide a space for discussion and progression within the sector.
Child Information Sharing (CIS) Scheme, The Family Violence Information Sharing (FVIS) Scheme And The MARAM Framework
Learning System Grant applications are open to service providers until 13 June 2019.
Advocacy for vulnerable families in Victoria.
The Raising Expectations project aims to help young and mature care leavers access higher education.
A sector-led project focused on foster care recruitment.
Working alongside young people to provide best practice advice and encourage ethical participation.
Resources And Supports To Help You Navigate The NDIS
Information for employers and employees in residential care on workplace safety.
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The workshop is designed to assist participants in their role to document client work ensuring it is compliant, effective and relevant.
why keep case notes and records? what is a record?; An overview of what the common mistakes are when keeping case notes and records and how to avoid making them; a suggested structure for case notes and records and; how to write case notes and keep records in a way that is respectful of the client and allows workers to discharge his or her professional responsibilities.
Course level: Foundation
▪ Have a working understanding of the Privacy Requirements
▪ Understand how to document client and other contact in a way that adheres to organisational, legal and other professional body’s requirements.
▪ Understand the relevance and usefulness of appropriate case notes.
▪ Produce a basic client report identifying the key elements of an appropriate and useful report.
▪ Develop principles for report writing, balancing competing priorities and maintaining duty of care.
Coffee/Tea facilities available / Lunch provided
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