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Aboriginal Cultural Appreciation (Communities)

This course is for all Communities staff and is part of our Corporate Induction covering Aboriginal Origins, Colonisation, Policy Impact on Social Development and Myths/Considerations.

Dept; Carers; Sector

Accountable and Ethical Decision Making (AEDM) for Communities

Answers to important questions about accountability and standards of behaviour expected in your daily work

Dept Staff

Aggression, Responding to

Identify early warning signs of aggression, use self-regulation in difficult situations and use strategies and skills to prevent, diffuse and manage conflict situations from a trauma informed perspective.

Dept Staff

Alcohol & Other Drugs: Introduction

Develop an understanding of the issues associated with problematic alcohol and other drug use, and awareness of factors that contribute to historical and current trends.

Dept Staff

Assist: An Introduction to Assist

Provides the basic skills needed to navigate your way around Assist  and view information relevant to your job role.

Dept-CP Staff

Assist Case Management and Objective (Remote Training)

Remotely accessible, self-paced course. Learn the functionality of Assist and Objective, how to accurately search, record and store information.

Dept-CP Staff

Assist Enquiry

Learn how to search for and view client information in Assist and gain an understanding of Objective.

Dept-CP Staff

Better Care Better Service Standards

Enhance knowledge and awareness of the Department’s safety and quality standards for children and young people in the CEO’s protection and care, and apply these in practice to achieve better outcomes.

Dept-CP Staff

CaLD, Introduction

Cultural Competency training for Dept. staff working with people from  (CaLD) backgrounds. Develop the knowledge, skills and awareness to work competently with culturally diverse clients.

Dept Staff; Carers; Sector

Carer Development: Caring for Aboriginal Children

Build your confidence and knowledge of looking after Aboriginal children by exploring history, family systems, parenting styles, communication, cultural difference and education.

Carers

Carer Development: Self Care

Self-care is extremely important for carers, who are 'working' and caring around the clock in their own home.

Carers

Carer Development: What Makes a Good Foster Carer?

Presented by the CREATE foundation, this workshop is a fantastic opportunity to hear from young people who have been in care about their experiences and thoughts on what makes a successful carer.

Carers

CHARM (Complaints Management)

Introduces Department staff to the CHARM (complaint management) system.

Dept-CP Staff

Child Assessment Interviewing

Child protection workers gain the skills to interview children and young people for a variety of purposes.

Dept-CP Staff

Child Development & Attachment, Introduction

Introduces child development and attachment with a focus on typical developmental pathways of children, factors influencing development and the importance of healthy attachment for development.

Dept Staff; Carers; Sector

Child Protection Orientation Program 1 - Child Protection using Signs of Safety

An introduction to the knowledge and skills required to respond to child abuse and neglect, and work effectively with children,young people and families in a child protection context.

Dept-CP Staff

Child Protection Orientation Program 1 Course 1 - The WA Child Protection System

Provides an understanding of the legislation, principles, values and practices that underpin the Western Australian framework for child protection.

Dept-CP Staff

Child Protection Orientation Program 1 Course 2 - Aboriginal Cultural Safety

Provides introductory information about cultural safety, Western Australian Aboriginal history, the impacts of trauma on the Aboriginal population, principles for partnership, a perspective of cultural openness, and strategies for positive work practices.

Dept-CP Staff

Child Protection Orientation Program 1 Course 3 - Signs of Safety Child Protection Practice Framework

A basic understanding of the principles, disciplines, processes and tools of the Signs of Safety Child Protection Practice Framework when working with Western Australian children, families and partner agencies.

Dept-CP Staff

Child Protection Orientation Program 1 Course 4 - Child Abuse, Neglect and Cumulative Harm

Provides statutory child protection practitioners with an understanding of the types, indicators and impacts of abuse, neglect and cumulative harm.

Dept-CP Staff

Child Protection Orientation Program 1 Course 5 - Family and Domestic Violence: Fundamentals in Child Protection

A foundation level course to prepare child protection workers to identify family and domestic violence and respond appropriately under the supervision of their Team Leader.

Dept-CP Staff

Child Protection Orientation Program 2

Second of four Orientation Programs for child protection workers

Dept-CP Staff

Child Protection Orientation Program 2 Course 7 - Trauma-sensitive Practice

Describes the skills and knowledge required to apply trauma sensitive practice and to develop strategies to address people’s specific trauma needs.

Dept-CP Staff

Child Protection Orientation Program 2 Course 8 - Self Care

A basic understanding of the signs, symptoms and impacts of chronic stress and trauma on Child Protection Workers and the strategies to aid the development of resilience and self-care planning.

Dept-CP Staff

Child Protection Orientation Program 2 Course 9 - Interaction Assessment

How to complete assessments of new child protection concerns at the point of referral to determine what further action is required by the Department to promote the safety and wellbeing of a child.

Dept-CP Staff

Child Protection Orientation Program 2 Course 10 - Child Safety Investigations

Builds knowledge and skills to investigate child abuse and neglect using the Signs of Safety Child Protection Framework.

Dept-CP Staff

Child Protection Orientation Program 3

To provide child protection workers with knowledge and skills to effectively deliver the Intensive Family Support services.

Dept-CP Staff

Child Protection Orientation Program 3 Course 11 - Earlier Intervention Family Support (EIFS) Strategy

 Aims to provide better targeted earlier intervention responses to divert families from the statutory child protection system and to prevent children entering out-of-home care and to support families with reunification.

Dept-CP Staff

Child Protection Orientation Program 3 Course 12 - Family Finding

Provides an understanding of Family Finding processes, tools and strategies to implement the approach as part of targeted earlier interventions.

Dept-CP Staff

Child Protection Orientation Program 3 Course 13 - High Risk Cases

Explores the knowledge and skills required to work as part of an Intensive Family Support (IFS) team to support children and families whose cases are complex, multi-faceted and often involve younger children/infants.

Dept-CP Staff

Child Protection Orientation Program 3 Course 14 - Trajectory and Safety Planning

Describes the skills and knowledge required to develop effective safety plans with parents and their safety network.

Dept-CP Staff

Child Protection Orientation Program 4

Focuses on the roles and responsibilities of child protection workers when case planning and care planning in partnership with children in care, carers, families and people significant to the child.

Dept-CP Staff

Child Protection Orientation Program 4 Course 16 – Stability and Connection

Provides caseworkers with the information and strategies on planning for reunification/long-term out of home care for children brought into the care of the CEO with the focus on stability and connection.

Dept-CP Staff

Child Protection, Introduction

An introduction to child abuse and neglect; types, impacts and risk factors.

Dept Staff; Carers; Sector

Children in Care, Introduction

Gain essential knowledge about the role in supporting children in care as outlined by legislation, policy and practice frameworks

Dept Staff; Carers; Sector

Cooks & Kitchen Hands

This course is designed to teach you safe food handling practises.  There is no time limit or attempt limit but you are expected to pass the course as part of your core competencies.  You must complete this course every 2 years to maintain currency.

Dept-Disability Support Workers

CORPORATE INDUCTION PROGRAM

Gain essential knowledge about roles in supporting children in care as outlined by legislation, policy and practice frameworks.

Dept-CP Staff

Disability Induction (DS)

Online induction training providing information about working in a Disability Support role

Dept-Disability Support Workers

Disability Justice Officer - MAYBO Positive Behaviour Support

Consists of MAYBO Courses "Reducing Restrictive Practice", "Understanding Behaviour", Observing Behaviour" and "Person Centred Active Support"

Dept-Disability Justice Officers

Disability Support Worker Induction

Outlines the mandatory learning requirements for all new staff in Disability Supported Community Living support roles.

Dept-Disability Support Workers

Domestic Cleaners

Personal Safety and Situational Awareness, and Manual Tasks Refresher

Dept-Disability Support Workers

ECM navigator

How to use Objective Navigator to manage documents and records.

Dept Staff

Emergency Welfare Support Services Introduction

Gain an overview of the Department's role in Emergencies.

Dept Staff

Family & Significant Other Carer Assessment Workshop

Develops knowledge and skills in the assessment of family and significant other carers.

Dept-CP Staff

Family and Domestic Violence (FDV) Essentials

Provides an understanding of the prevalence and dynamics of family and domestic violence in our community.

Dept Staff; Sector

Financial Management Manual Awareness (FMM)

An understanding of what is a Financial Management Manual (FMM), its benefits, contents, how to access it and refer to it.

Dept-CP Staff

Food Safety

This course is designed to take you through safe food handling practices.

Dept-Disability Support Workers

Foster Carer Preparation Training

Provides applicant Foster Carers and newly approved carers with the learning necessary to prepare for fostering children and young people within the care of the Department for Child Protection and Family Support.

Carers

Freedom of Information

To understand responsibilities under the FOI Act and what needs to be considered before releasing government documents to the public.

Dept Staff

FuSioN for Partner Agencies (Remote Training)

Provides Family Support Network (FSN) staff with the skills required to navigate, search and record client information, services and outcomes in FuSioN; the main client information system for the FSN.

Sector

Gendered Violence in the Workplace

Raise awareness about Domestic Violence and its impact upon your colleagues

Dept Staff; Sector

High Risk Infants, Responding to

Previously titled "Infant Child and Family Mental Wellbeing". Participants will learn to observe infants and young children in interaction with their parents to inform assessment and to plan appropriate supportive interventions

Dept-CP Staff

Identify & Respond to Children & Young People at Risk of Harm

Equips participants with the skills and knowledge to identify and respond to children at risk of harm or neglect.

Dept-CP Staff

Information Sharing

Information about laws that broaden the exchange of information not only in relation to the wellbeing of a child but also information relevant to the safety of a person subjected to, or exposed to, acts of family and domestic violence.

Dept Staff

Investigative Child & Vulnerable Person Interviewing

Child Development and Complex Communication Needs pre-course eLearning modules and Webinars.

Dept-CP Staff; WAPOL (nominated staff)

Legislation for Case Practice 1 6

Essential knowledge about the Children and Community Services Act 2004 and how it underpins case practice. This is part one of the three part legislation for case practice series.

Dept (Child Protection Staff)

Legislation for Case Practice 7 8

Essential knowledge about the Children and Community Services Act 2004 and how it underpins case practice. This is part two of the three part legislation for case practice series.

Dept (Child Protection Staff)

Legislation for Case Practice 9 10

Essential knowledge about the Children and Community Services Act 2004 and how it underpins case practice. This is part three of the three part legislation for case practice series.

Dept (Child Protection Staff)

Legislation Legal Documentation for Children's Court

Guide for Case Workers producing legal documents for the Children's Court

Dept (Child Protection Staff)

MAYBO PBS - Person Centred - Person Centred Active Support

Practical ways in which you can help the people you work with.

Dept-Disability Support Workers

MAYBO PBS - Person Centred - Person Centred Active Support

Practical ways in which you can help the people you work with.

Dept-Disability Support Workers

MAYBO PBS - Understanding Behaviour

Develops understanding of Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) and behaviour

Dept-Disability Support Workers

MAYBO PHR - Reducing Restrictive Practice- Promoting Human Rights and Reducing Restrictive Practices

Explores ways to reduce restrictive practices.

Dept-Disability Support Workers

Medication Refresher

Provide participants with the theoretical knowledge and current best practice to: correctly and safely administer medication in accordance with medication managent system  and individual plans.

Dept-Disability Support Workers

Mutual Exchange of Information

Information about laws that broaden the exchange of information not only in relation to the wellbeing of a child but also information relevant to the safety of a person subjected to, or exposed to, acts of family and domestic violence.

Dept-CP Staff

Nursing Core Skills Training

This course is for all nursing staff who will need to complete Core Skills and First Aid Training every 2 years.

Dept-Disability Support Workers

Purchasing Card Policy (new users)

Roles and responsibilities under the Purchasing Card Policy

Dept Staff

Purchasing card policy and procedure changes 2020

Changes to roles and responsibilities under the new Purchasing Card Policy

Dept Staff

Records Awareness Training

Records Awareness Training (RAT) is an interactive course that raises records management awareness and provides essential knowledge of departmental policies and guidelines established for compliant recordkeeping.

Dept Staff

Records Awareness Training

Records Awareness Training (RAT) is an interactive course that raises records management awareness and provides essential knowledge of departmental policies and guidelines established for compliant recordkeeping.

Dept Staff

Safe Sleeping

Learn how to promote safe sleeping strategies that reduce the risk of sudden unexpected deaths in infants, including the risk that can occur when babies co-sleep.

Dept -CP Staff

Sanctuary Creating Sanctuary

Learn how the Sanctuary Model is used to create and facilitate safe environments for staff and young people in therapeutic care within the Department of Communities, Child Protection and Family Support.

Dept-Therapeutic Care staff

Sanctuary: Foundations

Gain an introductory overview of the major components of the Sanctuary Model and practical tools used to facilitate sanctuary in Residential Care.

Dept-Therapeutic Care staff

Social Trainer Induction

Outlines the mandatory learning requirements for all new staff in Disability Supported Community Living support roles

Dept-Disability Support Workers

Time & Attendance

A guide to help staff navigate  attendance rosters and leave requests in the Time and Attendance System.

Dept Staff

Trauma on Children & Youth, Impact of

Explore the physical, emotional and social impacts of complex trauma on the developing child. The workshop examines the interplay of trauma on brain development, attachment processes and self-identity.

Dept-Therapeutic Care Staff

ViewPoint Introduction

Learn about the purpose and importance of Viewpoint and how to use it in practice with children and young people in care

Dept-CP Staff

Working with CaLD & refugee families in child protection practice

Increase confidence and competence in engagement, assessment and referral skills when implementing culturally safe child protection and family support practices.

Dept-CP Staff


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