$150 Online

CHCPRT025 Identify And Report Children And Young People At Risk

This course is an approved child protection training course required by government protocol and applies to workers in a range of job roles providing services to children and young people in childcare, education, community services, and health. By completing this online course, you will gain the necessary knowledge and skills to identify, respond to, support, and protect children and young people who may be at risk of harm.

The course covers important topics such as

  • recognizing signs of child abuse and neglect

  • and understanding different types of abuse based on factors like age, gender, disability, culture, and sexuality.

How this course will benefit you

Learn to identify children and young people at risk of harm or abuse, allowing you to intervene effectively.

  1. Sharpen your ability to observe signs and symptoms of harm or abuse, quickly identifying those in need of help.

  2. Develop the skill of asking open and non-leading questions to build trust and encourage disclosure.

  3. Responsibly respond to disclosures, information, or signs of harm in accordance with state laws and regulations.

  4. Implement child-focused work practices that prioritize the well-being and safety of children, making a lasting impact on their lives.

  5. Enhance your communication and information gathering techniques to effectively gather important details while maintaining rapport with children and young people.

  6. Act responsibly within the boundaries of your role, laws, and organizational policies, ensuring compliance and legal operation.

Completing this course, students will understand the wider context of child protection within the framework of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, Federal and state/territory legal requirements as well as the ethical considerations and duty of care responsibilities.