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eLearning

We offer a range of online courses designed to help you keep children in organisations safe from abuse and harm. These courses were developed with the input of Professor Stephen Smallbone of Griffith University, an expert in understanding and preventing sexual violence and abuse.

A note on mobile devices

While it is possible to complete our courses on a mobile device, for the best experience please use a laptop or desktop computer with a modern browser such as Firefox, Chrome or Safari.

New Children's Guardian Act

The Children’s Guardian Act 2019 commences on 1 March 2020 and this means that the Reportable Conduct Scheme will be administered by the Office of the Children’s Guardian. These changes are not yet reflected in our eLearning courses. We are working to update this.

The courses are:

  • Child Safe eLearning - Keeping children safe in organisations
  • SAFESpace eLearning - Keeping children safe in organisations in the disability sector
  • Child Safe eLearning - Keeping children safe in organisations (NESA endorsed for teachers)
  • SAFESpace eLearning - Keeping children safe in organisations in the disability sector (NESA endorsed for teachers)

Read the course descriptions to find out more about each course. If online learning does not suit your needs, or you have a group of people needing to be trained, we also offer face-to-face workshops on the same topics. 

NESA endorsed coursesFacebook-Post-1-1700x1700

The Office of the Children's Guardian offers two NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) endorsed courses for teachers who wish to do professional development. Our courses meet NESA Standard Descriptor 6.2.2: Participate in learning to update knowledge and practice targeted to professional needs and school and/or systems. 

The courses include a 15-minute introductory module with the remainder of the modules taking approximately 30 minutes to complete.

 

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