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Find out what mandatory notification training you need

To work or volunteer in education in South Australia, you need to do mandatory notification training. This is sometimes called RAN-EC.

The type of training you need depends on your role.

Use this decision-making tool to find out what training you need.

You must do the foundation course: RAN-EC.

You must do the foundation course: RAN-EC.

If your university runs a promoting safety and wellbeing (PSW) RAN-EC induction, you should do that. It's usually part of your course.

If you can't do that, you can do the foundation RAN-EC course.

If you aren't sure, contact us by email at education.csw@sa.gov.au.

You must do the foundation course: RAN-EC.

You can do the update course: RAN-EC.

You can do the update course: RAN-EC.

You can do the update course: RAN-EC.

Your director needs to decide if you do a foundation course or an update course.
If you haven't spoken to them yet: you need to.

You need to check with your employer. They can tell you what you need to do.

Your principal or preschool director needs to decide if your volunteer RAN-EC course is done face-to-face or if you can do the online course. If you haven't spoken to them yet: you need to.

Check with the organisation you volunteer through. They can tell you what you need to do.

If you can't see yourself in this list, you might like to look at the list of courses.

Talk to the site that you want to volunteer with. They will help you find the right volunteer course for you.

You can go on your professional placement. However, if your role changes, you'll need to do more training.

If your university runs a promoting safety and wellbeing (PSW) RAN-EC induction, you should do that. It's usually part of your course.

If you can't do that, you can do the foundation RAN-EC course.

If you aren't sure, contact us by email at education.csw@sa.gov.au.

Your OSHC director needs to decide if your RAN-EC course is done face-to-face or if you can do the online course. If you haven't spoken to them yet: you need to.