Training for Education Sector

Educators have a vital role in identifying, reporting, and preventing child abuse and neglect. Studies indicate that many educators are not entirely clear what the indicators of child abuse and neglect are or how to report suspected maltreatment. There are many reasons why educators are so vital in identifying, treating, and preventing child maltreatment. First, they have close and consistent contact with children. Second, educators have a professional and legally mandated responsibility for reporting suspected maltreatment. While educators facilitate children’s learning, children cannot learn effectively if their attention or energy is sapped by the conflicts inherent in being maltreated. Third, school personnel have a unique opportunity to advocate for children, as well as provide programs and services that can help children and strengthen families. It is important to realize that a positive relationship with a supporting adult may enhance the resiliency of children who have been abused, are at-risk for being abused, or live in a home where no maltreatment occurs but the family experiences other problems, such as substance abuse. Dealing with child abuse and neglect is, in fact, a community effort. As leaders in their communities, educators are often in an ideal position to initiate this type of teamwork.

Our Training Programs

The aim of this course is to enhance educators’ and school’s staffs’ understanding of best practices in protecting and safeguarding learners.

Course Topics
– Know about the different types of child abuse and the effects of abuse on learners.
– Understand the importance of child protection in the learning environment.
– Understand the importance of child protection and safeguarding policies.
– Know how to manage child protection and safeguarding concerns.

Duration: 15 Hours

This course will enable you to become familiar with the role and responsibilities of the designated child protection officer and develop competence and confidence in carrying out this role. For those with a lead operational role for child protection within the Government, Community Services, Education and Health organizations. The course enables you to understand your operational responsibility for receiving concerns about the safety and welfare of children and covers what action needs to be taken, contacting and liaising with other agencies involved in child protection, especially the social police.

Target Audience: Aimed at designated Child Protection Coordinators, practitioners, and those in supervisory or management positions who have received previous child protection training.

Duration: 10 Hours
Natural disasters and emergencies can be emotionally devastating to young children, families & childcare centers need to plan and prepare for any event that may disrupt their day-to-day operations. This training course will help your team prepare your center as well as children and families in case of an emergency.

Duration: 4 Hours
Please fill out the registration form and a member of our team will contact you to complete your registration. Alternatively, please feel free to email us at with any questions or inquiries.

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