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Reportable Conduct Scheme for Residential Care Workers – Online Intake

Monday September 30, 2019, 12:00 am

This training is only available for residential care workers in Victoria.

Aim of training

This is an online training module for residential care staff. It teaches participants about their obligations under the Reportable Conduct Scheme, and how it works to protect children from child abuse, violence and exploitation. It provides an overview of some key facts and common myths about child abuse; some common indicators of abuse, and what ground staff are and are not responsible for under the Reportable Conduct Scheme. The module also addresses how to understand and recognise some possible grooming behaviours. Following completion of the online component, the course also has a Team Talks package to guide the learner and their manager in discussing the issues the course raised in their next supervision session.

Learning outcomes

  • Recognise the importance and scope of the Reportable Conduct Scheme
  • Understand the learner’s role and responsibilities under the Scheme and how those duties should be carried out, in line with both their Organisation’s and DHHS’ other policies & procedures.
  • Recognise common indicators that child abuse/grooming may be occurring
  • Understand the role that workers can play in protecting children and young people from abuse

E-Learning Registration - Reportable Conduct Scheme for Residential Care Workers

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How will enrolments work for the online training?

You may enrol them any time up until the end of September 2019.

  • The three month period commences from the date of enrolment – i.e. even if your staff are enrolled at the end of September, they will still have three months to complete the course.
  • At the halfway point – roughly one and a half months later – any staff who have not finished will receive a reminder.
  • Once staff have completed the online component of the courses (and received a satisfactory grade on any final assessment) they can now download and print their own completion certificate. In Moodle they just need to go to the main screen of the module they have passed and click on Completion certificate, download and then print the certificate.

How long will the training take? Will I need any special equipment?

  • Each course will take approximately 2 hours. One of the key benefits of online learning, however, is that staff can complete the courses in their own time.  If they have to stop, the Moodle will remember where they were up to and allow them to pick up from there when they come back.
  • Staff will not need any special equipment for the training, beyond a computer with a reliable internet connection. All online courses designed by the Centre for Excellence are customised for both desktop computer (Mac and PC), tablets and smartphones.


Monday September 30, 2019
12:00 am
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