CHCPRT002 - Support the rights and safety of children and young people
This unit of competency will provide you with the skills and knowledge required to address duty of care requirements and work within an ethical framework whilst applying relevant legislation, codes of conduct and international agreements. You will also gain skills and knowledge in applying policies and procedures relating to identifying, responding to and supporting children’s and young people’s rights and safety.
This is an approved Child Protection Training unit for nominated supervisors or persons in day to day charge working in NSW.
You have 12 weeks from enrollment to complete this unit.
- Online theory component
- Assignment (written responses)
- Part A – Workplace Report
- Part B – Workplace Scenarios
- Pact C – Case Study
- Practical Demonstration (in person or via authorised digital mediums)
- Role Play 1
- Role Play 2
- Written Questions
- Workplace Demonstration (Third Party Report)
The unit covers
Topic 1: What is child sexual assault and abuse?
Topic 2: What are the impacts of child sexual assault and abuse?
Topic 3: How would I know if a child was being harmed or was at risk of harm?
Topic 4: How do I recognise and respond to grooming behaviour?
Topic 5: Understanding and responding to disclosures
Topic 6: What information do I need to know in order to protect children?
Topic 7: How do I report?
Topic 8: Ethical standards
What do you get?
- Statement of Attainment in CHCPRT002 - Support the rights and safety of children and young people
In partnership with PCYC Institute – RTO No: 91340
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