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Child Matters Child Protection Training

September 18, 2014 at 10:00 AM

Child Matters is a registered charitable trust dedicated to preventing harm to children in New Zealand. They have been working in communities throughout New Zealand educating, supporting and inspiring adults to protect children since 1994.

Child protection training and education is the key to reducing child abuse. Take advantage of the number of training opportunities available in your region in the new financial year, and equip yourself or your staff with the skills to know what to look for, the knowledge to know what to do, and the confidence to take appropriate action when a child is in danger of abuse.


Child Matters Programmes:

Child Protection One Day Workshops
-  Developing Child Protection Policies and Procedures
-  Dynamics of Sexual Abuse

5 Day Child Protection Studies Programme (NZQA level 3)

Diploma in Child Protection (NZQA level 5)

Click here for more information, or visit the Child Matters website.

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