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Recognise & respond to child abuse & neglect - Safeguarding Children online training

December 17, 2021 at 3:16 PM

From the NZFVC 

DATE 

Tuesday 22 February 2022 

TIME 

9:30am-12noon 

LOCATION 

Online 

ORGANISED BY 

Safeguarding Children 

COST 

$60 

This course is an introduction to the essentials of safeguarding and child protection. 

You will gain an understanding of the impact of child abuse and neglect, along with the knowledge of what you can do to prevent and minimise the risk of harm to tamariki and rangatahi. You will gain confidence in the actions you need to take when you are worried about a child or young person. This knowledge is essential for everyone who works with our tamariki and rangitahi. 

Safeguarding Children also has tailored options of the Recognise and Respond training for the following sectors: Youth, School, Early Childhood Education, Primary Care, OSCAR, Social Service Providers. 

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