12 MayPractical ways to implement the Child Safe Standards
Practical ways to implement the Child Safe Standards in early childhood services
Presented by Deanne Carson – Body Safety Australia
Live online session
Wednesday 18th May, 2022, 1.30pm – 3.00pm
Registrations now open: Learning Brought to Life “Practical ways to implement the Child Safe Standards in early childhood services”
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About the session
The new Victorian Child Safe Standards come into effect on 1 July 2022. The changes will strengthen how you continue to improve child safety in your environment.
The things Child Safe organisations already do to keep children safe will help them to be compliant with the new Standards. In some areas, however, organisations will need to change or develop their current child safety policy, practices and organisational culture to meet the new Standards.
We will review changes to the CSS and what this means for professionals and volunteers working within Child Safe organisations. We will also discuss incorporating the standards with children.
The session will include:
- Overview of Child Safe Standards
- Involving families and communities
- Safety for Aboriginal children and young people
- Managing risks in the online environment
- Understanding and Upholding Diversity in Child Safety
- Reflecting on efficacy and methods to improve policies and procedures
- Codesign with children and families
PRESENTER: Deanne Carson – Body Safety Australia
CEO and Co-Founder of Body Safety Australia, Deanne is a leading Australian sexuality educator, researcher, speaker, author and ultimate keeper of a straight face when dispelling children’s misconceptions about bodies and baby making. All Deanne’s classes, workshops and speaking engagements are inclusive of same-sex attracted, sex and gender diverse young people and their families. They celebrate young people from all family structures, cultures, and faiths, and are inclusive of varying abilities and needs.