Reportable conduct – training videos for your staff

We are currently producing videos about reportable conduct tailored for particular sectors. The following are available so far.

What you need to know about the reportable conduct scheme – a guide for educators

This video is designed to be used by childcare and OOSH agencies during their induction and training of staff. The Deputy Ombudsman gives an overview of the reportable conduct scheme and the types of conduct that should be reported. Agency staff talk about the importance of reporting, what could be challenges for reporting, and how the agency will respond when and allegation is made.

What you need to know about the reportable conduct scheme – a guide for those in management or child protection roles in Approved Children’s Services

This video is designed for those in management and child protection roles in childcare and OOSH agencies. It would be particularly useful for new services or those who demonstrate a limited understanding of the scheme or of the investigation process.

What you need to know about the reportable conduct scheme – a guide for those working in the Aboriginal Out of Home Care Sector

This video is designed to be used by Aboriginal OOHC agencies during their induction and training of staff. The Deputy Ombudsman gives an overview of the reportable conduct scheme and the types of conduct that should be reported. Agency staff and foster carers talk about the importance of reporting, what could be challenges for reporting, and how the agency will respond when and allegation is made.

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