Interested in children's safety? Required training if you are a youth worker, childcare assistant or involved in protecting young people. The Statement of Attainment in Identify and Respond to Children/Young People at Risk (CHCPRT001) course.
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Course code: CHCPRT001
Are you passionate about children's safety? Are you a youth worker, childcare assistant or involved in protecting young people in other ways? The Statement of Attainment in Identify and Respond to Children/Young People at Risk (CHCPRT001) course will provide you with the skills to address duty-of-care requirements. You’ll learn about relevant legislation, policies and procedures and will gain the knowledge to work ethically to help children and young people at risk. Qualification in this area may be a mandatory requirement for many jobs in the youth work or childcare industries. This course provides the skills and knowledge to address duty of care requirements, as well as work within an ethical framework, apply relevant legislation, and policies and procedures corresponding to children and young people at risk.
Implement work practices which support the protection of children and young people
- Identify children and young people at risk of abuse or neglect by observing signs and symptoms, asking open and non-leading questions, bein g aware of protective issues and using child protection procedures where appropriate
- Respond to disclosure, information or signs and symptoms in accordance with state legislative responsibilities and the service policies and procedures
- Employ communication and information-gathering techniques with children and young people in accordance with current recognised good practice
- Ensure decisions and actions taken are within own level of responsibility, work role, state legislation and service policies and procedures
- Routinely employ child-focused work practices to uphold the rights of the child and encourage them to participate in age-appropriate decision-making
Report indications of possible risk of harm
- Accurately record relevant specific and general circumstances surrounding risk of harm in accordance with state legislation, service policies and procedures and ethics
- Promptly record and report risk-of-harm indicators, including the circumstances surrounding the risk of harm according to service policies and procedures
- Ensure writing in reports is non-judgemental
- Work collaboratively with relevant agencies to ensure maximum effectiveness of report
Apply ethical and nurturing practices in work with children and young people
- Protect the rights of children and young people in the provision of services
- Identify and seek supervision support for issues of ethical concern in practice with children and young people
- Employ ethical and nurturing practices and observe professional boundaries when working with children and young people
- Recognise and report indicators for potential ethical concerns when working with children and young people
What is the required work placement?
To successfully complete your studies in the Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care (CHC30113) you will need to initiate contact with a registered child care facility to complete workplace based experience to solidify your practical experience and skills in working with babies, toddlers and children (minimum 120 hours and maximum 240 hours).
How is the Training Delivered?
The most effective and popular method of delivery is via distance-learning in the form of self-paced learning. You have 12 months from commencement to achieve all learning outcomes & assessments for the course. We have a continual intake of students on this basis, meaning you can enrol straight away! The Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care (CHC30113) is comprised of:
- 15 core units
- elective units
and is Australia’s latest nationally recognised and accredited qualification in early childhood education.
How is the Course Clustered?
This latest childcare course has been specifically designed to develop the knowledge and skills required to work safely and effectively with children of all ages. Our clustered course design means the entire course is delivered in just 6 easy-to-follow theory workbooks and 1 practical skills journal - this is to help you complete your course faster by reducing duplicate content and assessing any learning objectives that overlap across the units just once!