About

The course can be completed in approximately 2 hours and includes:

  • Identifying indicators of possible risk of harm

  • Reporting indicators of possible risk of harm

  • Communicating with children and young people

  • Apply ethical and nurturing practices in work with children and young people

Course Curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome to Child Protection

    • How to use this course

    • Terms and Conditions

  • 2

    Chapter 1: What is Abuse?

    • What is Abuse?

    • Assessment

  • 3

    Chapter 2: Types, Signs and Risk of Abuse

    • Types, Signs and Risk of Abuse

    • Assessment

  • 4

    Chapter 3: Disclosure

    • Disclosure

    • Assessment

  • 5

    Chapter 4: Protecting Children’s Rights

    • Protecting Children’s Rights

    • Assessment

  • 6

    Chapter 5: Communication

    • Communication

    • Assessment

  • 7

    Chapter 6: Reporting

    • Reporting

    • Assessment

  • 8

    Chapter 7: Support and Ethical Considerations

    • Support and Ethical Considerations

    • Assessment

  • 9

    Conclusion

    • Conclusion

Instructor

Managing Director, Safety Rescue Australia

Ron Amram

Self Protection and Violence Prevention Expert

Ron is the Managing Director of Safety and Rescue Australia and West Coast Lead for R2S' Violence Prevention Programs.

Ron has an extensive background in martial arts, self protection, security, and training and regularly teaches civilian, law enforcement, security, emergency response and military personnel, as well as working with schools, children and young people for 15 years. Ron also has a multi-award winning track record as educator and manager at all levels of education, from primary school to post-graduate, and in various fields.

Ron's approach focuses on preventative, holistic principles to help individuals protect what counts and prevent, prepare for, respond to, and recover from aggression and violence. Ron's passion and mission is to help people stay safe, keep others safe, and create strong, resilient and caring communities.