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Child Matters 1-Day Child Protection Workshop

September 21, 2017 at 4:35 PM

Kia Ora

Let’s ensure that every child flourishes in an environment that safe, stable and nuturing.

This is an opportunity for you to attend  a 1-Day Child Protection Workshop on “Identifying and Responding to Vulnerability and Child Abuse”.

Date: Tuesday 5th December 2017

Cost: $185.00 Excluding GST per person

Location: Auckland - North Shore (Venue to be confirmed upon enrolment)

You will gain some skills on how to identify those children who are most vulnerable, and gain the knowledge and confidence to protect those children who you suspect are being abused. Anyone working with children on a daily basis is best placed to notice if a child is at risk.

Early intervention is key!

The attached flyer will provide you with the course content and an Enrolment Link. Please feel free to display or distribute this flyer to your community and networks.

Have a great day!


Tracey Goodrick

Relationship Manager



DDI  07 282 0685 /     07 838 3370

480 Anglesea Street, Hamilton

Category: Training