Child Protection Learning Events

Preventing child abuse takes leadership, commitment, and courage. It means prioritising the safety and wellbeing of children by putting their rights and needs at the centre of your school’s mission. This is why child protection and safeguarding continue to be a strategic priority for AISA and why we will always offer a variety of ways in which your school can develop your capacity to keep children safe.

To find a child protection learning event, simply look for the Child Protection symbol that indicates that the webinar or learning event is child protection focused.

Child Protection Webinars

Webinars offer schools an easy way to access current leading practices in child protection and safeguarding. Each semester, AISA hosts a number of webinars to build the skills and knowledge of your child protection and wellbeing teams.

Online Training for School Child Protection Teams

Facilitated by ICMEC Regional Trainers, this 5-part series is designed to take child protection teams to a deeper understanding and skills to help strengthen your school’s child protection system. . The programme will be practical in nature, utilizing a case-study approach to ground our learning in the realities of your school setting and context.

  • Session 1: Responding to child protection concerns
  • Session 2: Responding to concerns regarding adults, including low-level concerns
  • Session 3: Peer on Peer Abuse
  • Session 4: Online Safety
  • Session 5: Student Voice

More information on this learning opportunity will be provided soon.

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