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CHCPRT001 CHCPRT001:Identify & Respond to Children & Young People At Risk [CHCPRT001] (Accredited Child Protection) - (18 places remaining) 15/8/2019 to 26/9/2019

Date: Thursday 15th August


Course: ACCREDITED CHILD PROTECTION

CHCPRT001: Identify and Respond to Children & Young People at Risk


Please take note - New Location:

Surry Hills, NSW

Network of Community Activities

8-10 Belmore Street 

Surry Hills  2010

Time: 10am-4pm 

Cost:   Network members - $250 

          Non Network members - $350 

Lunch provided

This course will assist Educators working in OOSH services to gain the skills to identify and respond to children at risk. Participants will learn:

  • About the current laws for Child Protection in NSW and your legal obligations as a mandatory reporter.
  • Implement practices that aim to protect children and prevent risk of harm.
  • Complete an MRG and understand their role as Mandatory Reporters.
Case studies and examples are relevant to the OOSH service context.

Participants are required to successfully complete the assessment task within four (4) weeks to receive a Statement of Attainment.


 

This is Accredited training and requires a USI to enrol.

ISTNET19 Preparing for Assessment and Rating: Getting it right [A&R] (Preparing for Assessment and Rating: Getting it right) - (18 places remaining) 27/8/2019 to 27/8/2019

Date: Tuesday 27th August


Preparing for Assessment and Rating: Getting it right!!!

 

Please Note New Location: 


Network of Community Activities

8-10 Belmore Street

Surry Hills 2010

Time: 10:00am-12:00pm 

Cost:   Network members - $99.00

          Non Network members - $150.00

 

Without question your assessment & rating visits can be nerve racking experience however, not if you prepare to well.

 

During this session you will learn about:

  • Practical strategies to help Educators understand the process & documentation 
  • What to look out for on the day 

 

How to respond to Authorised Officers’ questions & articulate your practice in a confident way.

ISTNET19 QIP - The Who, How and When [QIP] (QIP - The Who, How and When) - (18 places remaining) 28/8/2019 to 28/8/2019

Date: Wednesday 28th August


QIP - The Who, How and When

 

Please Note New Location:


Network of Community Activities

8-10 Belmore Street

Surry Hills  2010

Time: 10:00am-1:00pm 

Cost:   Network members - $150.00

          Non Network members - $200.00

Your assessment & rating visit is about to happen.  Is your QIP up to speed or does it instil a sense of panic. This is probably the most important documents you will ever write about your service.

Does yours showcase your services quality journey? Does it paint a really vivid picture of where the service was & clearly documents improvements?

This session will leave you with a new inspiration and motivation for your QIP. It will extend your knowledge of the purpose of the QIP’s & inspire you to make it living document reflecting capturing the true essence of your service.

 You will be creating a QIP that no Authorises Officer will ever want to put down.

CHCPRT001 CHCPRT001:Identify & Respond to Children & Young People At Risk [CHCPRT001] (Accredited Child Protection) - (26 places remaining) 3/9/2019 to 15/10/2019

Date: Tuesday 3rd September


Course: ACCREDITED CHILD PROTECTION

CHCPRT001: Identify and Respond to Children & Young People at Risk


Please take note - New Location:

Surry Hills, NSW

Network of Community Activities

8-10 Belmore Street 

Surry Hills  2010

Time: 10am-4pm 

Cost:   Network members - $250 

          Non Network members - $350 

Lunch provided

This course will assist Educators working in OOSH services to gain the skills to identify and respond to children at risk. Participants will learn:

  • About the current laws for Child Protection in NSW and your legal obligations as a mandatory reporter.
  • Implement practices that aim to protect children and prevent risk of harm.
  • Complete an MRG and understand their role as Mandatory Reporters.
Case studies and examples are relevant to the OOSH service context.

Participants are required to successfully complete the assessment task within four (4) weeks to receive a Statement of Attainment.


 

This is Accredited training and requires a USI to enrol.

ISTNET19 Reflective Practice [Reflective Pracrice] (Reflective Practice - WEBINAR) - (29 places remaining) 4/9/2019 to 4/9/2019

Date: Wednesday 4th September


Reflective Practice

 

 

WEBINAR


Time: 10:00am-12:00pm 


Cost:   Network members - $99.00

          Non Network members - $150.00

Reflection is a vital part of our practice as educators. What is reflective practice and how can we incorporate it into our day to day practice?

Critical reflection is now one of the exceeding themes. It is therefor essential, Educators understand how to critically reflect. 

Join us to learn about what makes a refection critical and how you can make this evident in your practice.

NA-PWH&S Practical Work, Health and Safety for OSHC (3hrs) [PWH&S] (na-PracWH&S220819) - (24 places remaining) 5/9/2019 to 5/9/2019

Date: Thursday 5th September


Practical WH&S for OOSH


Please Note New Location:


Network of Community Activities

8-10 Belmore Street

Surry Hills 2010

Time: 10:00am - 1:00pm 

Cost:   Network members - $150.00

          Non Network members - $200.00

This course is designed to provide participants with an understanding of the current Workplace, Health and Safety legislation and its application within an OOSH service. 

It includes practical ways to implement WH&S practices and procedures in your service. 

Bring: Your service WH&S Policies and Procedures.

 Suitable for: All Educators

Non-Accredited (Attendance Certificate)

Morning tea provided

NA-BEH219 The Fundamentals of children’s behaviour [Behaviour1] (The Fundamentals of Children's Behaviour) - (28 places remaining) 10/9/2019 to 10/9/2019

Date: Tuesday 10th September


The Fundamentals of Children's Behaviour: Getting the Basics Right



Please Note New Location:


Network of Community Activities

8-10 Belmore Street

Surry Hills  2010


Time: 10:00am-1:00pm 

Cost:   Network members - $150.00

           Non Network members - $200.00

This course explores what factors may influence children’s behaviour and adopts the view point that challenging behaviour almost always has a underlying cause.

Educators will start the process of understanding some of the triggers for children’s behaviour & take away simple yet effective tips & strategies to support children regulate their behaviour.

The session will give Educators a good overview of what behaviour to expect and how to equip children with the skills to manage their own behaviour. 

NA-EdLeadership Educational Leadership: Continuing the professional conversation [EdLeader] (Educational Leadership) - (26 places remaining) 11/9/2019 to 11/9/2019

Date: Wednesday 11th September

 

Educational Leadership: Continuing the professional conversation


Please Note New Location:


Network of Community Activities

8-10 Belmore Street

Surry Hills 2010

Time: 10:00am - 2:00pm 

Cost:   Network members - $200.00

          Non Network members - $250.00

Effective Educational Leaders are constantly reflecting on and improving their practice in a variety of ways.

Good Educational Leaders create a learning environment where teams feel enabled to honestly reflect on their practice, take risks and try new things.

This session will explore and unpack the role of Ed Leaders so that you can better support Educators to understand your vision and promote an ethos of continuous improvement. 

Come to challenge your thinking and leave with a better understanding of your role.

Book early: This session was booked out when in Semester 1

Presented by Kylie Keane

 

Kylie Keane has worked in Outside School Hours Care for over 10 years, not to mention the many years spent at one as a child. Originally from Sydney, she moved to Canberra in 2013 where she took on the role of Educational Leader at Forrest Out Of School Hours Care.

Kylie has spent the last 5 years passionately advocating for the role of the Educational Leader across Australia and has recently taken on the role of convener of the ACT Pedagogical Leadership Network. 

Beyond Educational Leadership Kylie’s true passion is Playwork and she is an advocate for children to be afforded the time, space and freedom that allows them to play as a ‘process that is freely chosen, personally directed and intrinsically motivated’ (Playwork Principles Scrutiny Group UK)

ISTNET19 The Importance of Staff Appraisals [Staff appraisals] (The Importance of Staff Appraisals) - (28 places remaining) 17/9/2019 to 17/9/2019

Date: Tuesday 17th September


The Importance of Staff Appraisals

 

Please Note New Locations:


Network of Community Activities

8-10 Belmore Street

Surry Hills  2010

Time: 10:00am-12:00pm 

Cost:   Network members - $99.00

          Non Network members - $150.00

 

An effective appraisal process can have a significant impact on an organisation’s culture, staff morale and employee engagement levels – all of which enhance and support the retention of OOSHIES within a sector.

 

 

Come to hear how you can ensure a constructive appraisal system is in place at your service.

CHCPRT001 CHCPRT001:Identify & Respond to Children & Young People At Risk [CHCPRT001] (Accredited Child Protection) - (29 places remaining) 19/9/2019 to 31/10/2019

Date: Thursday 19th September


Course: ACCREDITED CHILD PROTECTION

CHCPRT001: Identify and Respond to Children & Young People at Risk


Please take note - New Location:

Surry Hills, NSW

Network of Community Activities

8-10 Belmore Street 

Surry Hills  2010

Time: 10am-4pm 

Cost:   Network members - $250 

          Non Network members - $350 

Lunch provided

This course will assist Educators working in OOSH services to gain the skills to identify and respond to children at risk. Participants will learn:

  • About the current laws for Child Protection in NSW and your legal obligations as a mandatory reporter.
  • Implement practices that aim to protect children and prevent risk of harm.
  • Complete an MRG and understand their role as Mandatory Reporters.
Case studies and examples are relevant to the OOSH service context.

Participants are required to successfully complete the assessment task within four (4) weeks to receive a Statement of Attainment.


 

This is Accredited training and requires a USI to enrol.

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