RCLDS – Working with Young People through a Trauma Informed Framework

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This workshop is only available to residential care workers in Victoria.   Trauma informed work with young people requires a high level understanding of our own practice framework, values and stress. It requires ongoing training, supervision, support and a positive trauma informed work environment. This three-hour webinar gives an opportunity for those who work with...

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RCLDS- Aboriginal Cultural Awareness Training

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This Workshop Is Only Available To Residential Care Workers In Victoria.   This workshop is designed to help residential care workers gain knowledge and skills to have a greater understanding of Aboriginal culture. This interactive session over 3.5 hours will provide opportunities for open discussion. Learning outcomes: Have a greater understanding of the history and...

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RCLDS: Skilled at Looking After Children (LAC) Training

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This training is available to Residential Care Workers in Victoria only.  This is a 6 hour workshop delivered over 2 days; Monday 12th of July and Tuesday 13th of July.   This workshop provides participants with an understanding of the Looking After Children (LAC) processes and frameworks and the role case managers, practitioners, residential workers,...

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Child Safe Standards: An Introduction

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All organisations that deliver services to children, or come into contact with children, fall under the legislated Child Safe Standards. These include, all early years and children’s services, schools, child and family services, health services, arts organisations, sporting clubs, and many more. If this is you or your organisation, you have a responsibility to keep...

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Child Safe Standards and Reportable Conduct Scheme

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The Child Safe Standards and Reportable Conduct Schemes are designed to help organisations implement policies and procedures to keep children safe from abuse and harm. Many organisations that have close contact with children fall under the scheme, and include: early Years and children’s services, schools, out-of-home-care, public health services, government departments and religious organisations. This...

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RCLDS- Aboriginal Cultural Awareness Training

Zoom Webinar

This Workshop Is Only Available To Residential Care Workers In Victoria.   This workshop is designed to help residential care workers gain knowledge and skills to have a greater understanding of Aboriginal culture. This interactive session over 3.5 hours will provide oppurtunities for open discussion. Learning outcomes: Have a greater understanding of the history and...

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RCLDS: Skilled at Looking After Children (LAC) Training

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This training is available to Residential Care Workers in Victoria only.  This is a 6 hour workshop delivered over 2 days; Wednesday 8th of September and Thursday 9th of September.   This workshop provides participants with an understanding of the Looking After Children (LAC) processes and frameworks and the role case managers, practitioners, residential workers,...

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RCLDS- Aboriginal Cultural Awareness Training

Zoom Webinar

This Workshop Is Only Available To Residential Care Workers In Victoria.   This workshop is designed to help residential care workers gain knowledge and skills to have a greater understanding of Aboriginal culture. This interactive session over 3.5 hours will provide oppurtunities for open discussion. Learning outcomes: Have a greater understanding of the history and...

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RCLDS: Skilled at Looking After Children (LAC) Training

Zoom Webinar

This training is available to Residential Care Workers in Victoria only.  This is a 6 hour workshop delivered over 2 days; Thursday 11th of November and Friday 12th of November.   This workshop provides participants with an understanding of the Looking After Children (LAC) processes and frameworks and the role case managers, practitioners, residential workers,...

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