Responding to Abuse and Neglect: Education & Care Focus Training 2017

**Tues 3 October 2017 course is full - please email training@aeusa.asn.au to be placed on the waiting list**

Current teaching/support staff are advised to check whether they are required to complete the full day training or simply the online refresher. The current cycle of RAN training is 2015-2017: a new course will commence in 2018.

2017

Dates:

Monday 18 Dec 2017

If a training course is FULL, email training@aeusa.asn.au to be put on the waiting list.

N.B. Training is only open to AEU members. Non-members MUST JOIN prior to registering.

Type:

Mandatory Notification Training, Responding to Abuse and Neglect: Education & Care Focus

Time:

9:00am - 4.00pm (approx.)

Venue:

AEU Conference Centre

Address:

163 Greenhill Road, Parkside SA 5063

Open to:

AEU Members

Join as a member today!

Students: AEU Associate Student Membership. Teachers: Full AEU Membership. 

Cost:

Free

Details:

RAN-EC full-day training at the AEU is suitable for:

1. AEU Members only who have not attended full-day RAN-EC Training between 2009-2014. 

2. Tertiary students who are AEU Associate Student Members and who are:

  • Studying undergraduate education qualifications; in the last eighteen months of their qualifications and are about to start their final practicum.
  • Or post graduate tertiary students and international students required to complete a full-day RAN-EC course prior to professional experience observations or placements in centres, schools and preschools.

If you are not sure if you need to complete this training, please contact the Teachers Registration Board via phone 8226 2666 or email info@trb.sa.edu.au.

Education Staff who have attended RAN-EC full-day training since 2009 must complete the RAN-EC Online Update. This is a compulsory refresher course for department staff and volunteers who have completed the full-day RAN-EC training.

RAN-EC online training can be found on DECD's website.

Course Info

It is important that participants arrive on time, and stay for the duration of the training. Certificates will not be issued to participants who miss any part of the day.

Click here to check the training requirements for University Students prior to their placement.

Click here to view the Updated Interagency Code of Practice: Investigation of Suspected Child Abuse and Neglect (ICP) document.

This course has been mapped against the following National Professional Standards for Proficient Teachers:

4.4 Maintain student safety

7.2 Comply with legislative, administrative and organisational requirements

Bookings:

You must be an AEU Member to register for this training.

If you have submitted a membership application and are waiting to receive your membership number please note this on your registration form.

To register please click here.

Contact:

Sam Lisle-Menzel, Union Training & Professional Development Coordinator training@aeusa.asn.au


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