Free Online Learning These online resources are free and open to anyone in the child and family welfare sector. Participants can work through the course at their own pace, whenever it suits. Under the Free Online Learning section you will find the following modules: Responding to Behaviours of Concern (does not require registration) Reportable Conduct Scheme (does not require registration) Fire Safety Training (DHHS Module) Responding to Behaviours of ConcernThis resource gives you an overview of responding to behaviours of concern and the DHHS Guide to the emergency use of physical restraint in out-of-home care. It is a resource for carers. Click here to access this moduleReportable Conduct SchemeThe Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare (CFECFW) would like to acknowledge the support of the Victorian Government and Department of Health and Human Services. This course has been co-designed by the CFECFW and the Australian Childhood Foundation (ACF). Click here to access this moduleDHHS FIre Safety Induction Training ProgramThis is a Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) module – Fire safety induction program for 24 hour supported accommodation. Since December 2013, the training requirements for staff working in 24 hour government funded and managed residential facilities has changed – the strategy now focuses on ‘safe place and safe people’. This course has been co-designed by the CFECFW and the Australian Childhood Foundation (ACF). Click here to access this module We recommend using Chrome web browser for best performance of these resources. Child Safe Standards The Centre for Excellence, in collaboration with the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) through the Community Support Fund, prepared a range of eLearning resources on the Child Safe Standards. Here you will find resources aimed at a range of people including parents, staff of organisations and boards of management. Visit the Child Safe Standards resources page.