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Child Matters Diploma In Child Protection Studies

January 28, 2016 at 2:22 PM

Child Matters Diploma In Child Protection Studies

The Diploma in Child Protection Studies is an advanced level training in child protection and advocacy, designed to develop leaders and 'go-to' child protection resources within organisations and communities.

Delivered solely by Child Matters, the Diploma in Child Protection Studies is a nationally recognised, NZQA accredited tertiary qualification, and the only specialist child advocacy qualification in New Zealand.

Graduates of the Diploma add value to organisations and communities by;

  • Becoming multi-faceted experts in child protection, including policy development and staff support
  • Raising community knowledge and awareness around child protection and advocacy
  • Critically analysing situations and problem-solving
  • Developing valuable networks with key community, government and media contacts 

For more information including how to enrol, visit the Child Matters website



Category: Training