In Safe Hands


InSafeHandsACA Qld has partnered with In Safe Hands to offer training in areas relevant to the long day care and early learning sector. ACA Qld’s partnership with In Safe Hands Educators in Safety provides online training to all members and their staff at an extremely affordable rate. The courses offered are:

  • Child Protection
  • Guiding Children’s Behaviour
  • Food Safety with Nutrition Australia QLD
  • Feeding Kids in Childcare with Kids Dig Food
  • Sustainability with Sustainable Directions
  • Work Place Health and Safety with Sustainable Directions
  • Fire Safety with EPTAC

Click  pdf here (787 KB)  for more information on the courses.

Go to the Members-only area to find out how you can receive your discounted In Safe Hands training.

Cost

Child Protection, Guiding Children's Behaviour, Food Safety, Food Nutrition, Individual Sustainability Training and Fire Safety

No. courses

Normal cost per course

ACA Qld Members pricing per course

1 to 10

$40.00 + GST

$30.00 + GST

11 to 20

$35.00 + GST

$26.25 + GST

21 to 30

$24.00 + GST

$18.75 + GST

31 to 60

$20.00 + GST

$15.00 + GST

61+ uncontracted price

$15.00 + GST

$12.50 + GST

 

Sustainability training and Work Place Health and Safety Training

Level

Normal cost per course

ACA Qld Members pricing per course

1

$80.00 incl GST

$64.00 incl GST

2

$80.00 incl GST

$64.00 incl GST

3

$80.00 incl GST

$64.00 incl GST

4

$80.00 incl GST

$64.00 incl GST

 

Webinar Series

In Safe Hands is holding the following webinar series:

Understanding grooming and sexual abuse of young children

Date: Tuesday, 31 October 2017
Time:
 7.00pm - 8.00pm AEST
Cost: $30.00 (incl GST); ACA Qld members: $25.00 (Incl GST)

This workshop provides professionals working with children under the age of 8 years information on grooming and sexual abuse. Learning outcomes include:

  • Understanding grooming;
  • Learn the six steps of grooming and how a child and family become victims;
  • How children increase their vulnerability;
  • Sexual abuse indicators associated with grooming;
  • Factors impacting on parents failing to identify concerns;
  • How to respond to concerns;
  • Early intervention and prevention tools within the early years sector.

Dealing with custody disputes, relationship breakdowns, Family Law Court and Domestic Violence Orders in the Early years Sector

Date: Thursday2 November 2017
Time:
 7.00pm – 8.00pm AEST
Cost: $30.00 (incl GST); ACA Qld members: $25.00 (Incl GST)

This one hour workshop provides, Managers, Nominated Supervisors and Educators practical and relevant information on dealing with conflict within the early years sector where children are involved. Learning outcomes include:

  • Understanding Federal. State and Civil law around court orders involving children and domestic violence;
  • Communication and management strategies when dealing with conflict;
  • Developing safe response practices within the early years environment to defuse any threat associated to access of a child;
  • Responding to the emotional needs of children involved in these situations;
  • Community and professional support available.

Dealing with Trauma and serious Incidents within the Early Years Sector

Date: Monday, 6 November 2017
Time:
 7.00pm – 8.00pm AEST
Cost: $30.00 (incl GST); ACA Qld members: $25.00 (Incl GST)

This one hour workshop provides managers, Nominated Supervisors and Educators practical and relevant information on dealing with a serious or trauma incident within the Early Years Sector.  Learning outcomes include:

  • Situational control (including controlling actual scene of incident, staff, children and any other person onsite)
  • Emergency evacuation or controlled movement of child or staff member injured
  • Incident Management – Preparation of contact lists, information to be provided for emergency services.
  • Communication Management – including communication to internal and external parties about incident.  Staff, children, Parent, community and media management.
  • De-briefing strategies – (staff, children, parents)
  • Reporting – Mechanisms and information required from Government and non-government agencies during investigation of incident.
  • Understanding of WPH&S investigations, Government investigations and Coroners Court.

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