Handling serious child protection allegations against employees
With over ten years experience in the oversight of reportable conduct allegations, our workshops are designed for those who undertake and review investigations of reportable conduct allegations involving 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.
Who should attend
This workshop is designed for investigators, heads of agencies, managers and supervisors who undertake and review investigations of allegations that may involve a criminal element.
By completing this workshop, participants will:
- have a clear understanding of how to identify and deal with the most serious employment-related child protection allegations
- develop an understanding of the responsibilities of other key agencies including Community Services and the NSW Police Force
- be given the skills to more effectively promote a sophisticated interagency response to these high-risk allegations
- be given an outline of some of the legal requirements and strategies for investigating particular types of serious conduct, including grooming
- be given up-to-date advice about current initiatives to improve systems for handling serious employment-related child protection allegations.
The cost of this one-day workshop is $605 (inc. GST). This includes lunch and a range of resources.
This is a one-day workshop, running 9.30am-4.30pm.
$550 + GST (total cost $605)
29 November 2017
09:30 - 16:30 (7 hours)