A sample of Government employees attending Safe Children Conference 2019
Community Projects Officer
Children's Services Officer
Manager Education and Care
Manager Children and Families
Family Group Meeting Convenor
Policy & Advocacy Advisor
Quality and Compliance Manager
Reportable Conduct Manager
Mental Health Social Worker
Child Protection Officer
Highlights from 2018 Safe Children Conference
Safe Children Conference 2019 | keep children safe while accessing services
We invite individuals from Government departments to attend the Safe Children Conference to raise awareness and lever their resources to support the creation of a child safe culture in Australia. It is the responsibility of Government Departments to ensure that children and young people are kept safe while accessing services provided or funded by each department. The Safe Children Conference will arm Government employees with knowledge and skills to create an environment that promotes the empowerment of children.
The Safe Children Conference is run by CAPS (Child Abuse Prevention Service) a non-religious, non-political, non-government benevolent organisation. It arms delegates with tools to create a safe child environment as well as Government updates and the latest information from The Children’s Guardian, The National Office for Child Safety and Child Wise.
If you are participating in continuing education the Safe Children Conference supports this by awarding delegates with six live contact hours.
Get a clear understanding of the National Principles for Child Safe Organisations and how to implement them effectively
The aim of the Safe Children Conference’s prevention and treatment breakout sessions is to help Government employees create an environment that promotes the empowerment of children.
The breakout sessions will also make a difference to help Government employees identify and report abuse cases more readily.
Keep up to date with frameworks and strategies identified in Royal Commission Report
o Reviewing of the National Office for Child Safety
o Redress Scheme updates
o NSW State Government responses