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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 fully funded training to Victorian residential care workers. This funding is provided by the Victorian government.

RCLDS Training Hub

The RCLDS training hub provides residential care providers and workers access to the submission of training requests, access to on-demand webinars and more.

Access our online training

To learn more about this training, enrol or to register your interest, click the button below and you will be redirected to the Centre’s Learning Management System

You will be prompted to register if it’s your first visit, or log in if you are a return user.  

Visit the RCLDS resource hub

Resources for the residential care workforce to support their wellbeing, service delivery, and safety as they continue to care for children and young people in residential care.

First Aid Training - Booking Request Form

RCLDS events

Upcoming Events Information, Resi ROCKS Updates, Residential Care Awards Information, & Further Education Scholarship Applications

Further Education Scholarships

RCLDS Further Education Scholarships Financial Support for the on-going higher education for individuals working in the residential care sector  The Residential Care Learning and Development Strategy, Further Education Scholarship offers

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Resi ROCKS

Resi ROCKS is an annual event that brings together residential care workers from across the state. This event recognises and celebrates practice excellence and cultivates a culture of learning and innovation and the sharing of knowledge and ideas.

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Residential Care Awards

Residential Care Awards 2021 The 2021 Residential Care Awards will be awarded this year during the annual Resi ROCKS event at Melbourne Cricket Ground. This event is hosted by the

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