Employment-related child protection training

This training is targeted at agencies with obligations relating to reportable conduct under Part 3A of the Ombudsman Act, including public and private sector agencies providing services for children, government and non-government schools, child care centres, and agencies providing substitute residential care.

With over ten years experience in the oversight of reportable conduct allegations, our workshops are designed to help agencies develop the knowledge and skills required to properly investigate reportable child protection allegations against their employees.

We currently offer the following workshops:

Handling serious child protection allegations against employees

This workshop provides participants with specialist and practical knowledge that will help them deal with some of the more complex challenges associated with handling serious allegations against employees. This new workshop is delivered by the Deputy Ombudsman and Community and Disability Services Commissioner, Steve Kinmond.

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Responding to child protection allegations against employees

This workshop provides an overview of employer’s obligations under the Ombudsman Act and covers how employers should respond to child protection allegations made against their employees. Participants examine the steps in the investigation process, risk assessment and management.

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