Residential Care Learning Development Strategy

The Residential Care Learning and Development Strategy (RCLDS) aims to improve outcomes for children and young people living in residential care. RCLDS works to achieve this aim by providing training, free of charge, to Victorian residential care workers, funded by the Victorian government.

Supporting the Residential Care Workforce

Resources for Residential Care Workforce

Upcoming & On-Demand Webinars
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Infection Control
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Practice Advice
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Support Contacts
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RCLDS Online Learning
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RCLDS Training & Events

Free training and professional development to residential care workers in Victoria

RCLDS Training Requests

The purpose of these forms is to ensure that future RCLDS funded training is accessible, inclusive and based around the training needs of the Residential care workforce.

RCLDS Online Learning

Residential care workers are situated across the state and often have limited spare time to attend face-to-face training. The Centre’s online learning modules provide the perfect solution to this challenge.

Resi ROCKS

Resi Rocks provides an annual opportunity to bring together residential care workers from across the state as a professional group to promote and cultivate a culture of learning and innovation, sharing knowledge, ides and practice excellence.

Residential Care Awards

The aim of these awards is to recognise, celebrate and encourage work of the highest standard in the provision of residential care provided in Victoria that contributes to positive outcomes for children and young people living in residential care.

Further Education Scholarships

The Residential Care Learning and Development Strategy, Further Education Scholarship offers financial support for the on-going higher education of people working in the residential care sector.

Residential Care Workforce Training Needs Survey

Informing RCLDS Training we Deliver

What training do you feel is the most important to perform your role?

Trauma
0%
Mental health
0%
Medical (FIrst Aid, & CPR, Medication Training)
0%

How would you prefer to receive training?

53.8%
Face to Face
38.4%
Blended (face to face & online)
6.1%
E-Learning (Online Modules)
1.5%
Webinar (live online workshops)

I found the training very helpful and relevant, especially the 'how to act in conflict' questionaire"

Effective Conflict Management Training Participant

De-escalation Techniques were very relevant and useful, brilliant Trainer, very interesting/engaging material"

Working with Occupation Violence and Aggression Training Participant
rclds@cfecfw.asn.au
(03) 9094 3522
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