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New mandatory notification training (RRHAN-EC) is available now. You can do this if:
- your certificate is expiring soon, or
- you do not have a current certificate.
These documents are some of the important tools that we use when responding to a child or young person at risk of harm, including from abuse or neglect.
The documents are referred to in the mandatory notification training. This training is called RRHAN-EC.
Mandated notifiers must contact the Child Abuse Report Line if they suspect on reasonable grounds that a child is at risk from harm, including from abuse or neglect. This is required under the Children and Young People (Safety) Act 2017.
The Department for Child Protection has released a Mandatory Reporting Guide (PDF 603KB) to help mandated notifiers. This guide is a structured decision-making system.
This checklist is used when we respond to concerns about children and young people.
This checklist has guidance about the information that you should have ready when you make a report to the Child Abuse Report Line.
It is the responsibility of the site leader to keep records of mandatory notifications.
Mandatory notification record templates
The Department for Education has a mandatory notification record template (DOC 385KB).
Staff must use this form to record their notification, whether done by phone or online. This form has been developed for use by department sites.
Other sites and services can use elements of this record-keeping form for their own work.
These are some of the key documents referred to in the RRHAN-EC training.
RRHAN-EC support and access to training
Technical support for online courses — Contact your organisation’s ICT helpdesk.
Other RRHAN-EC enquiries
Contact your organisation:
- Department for Education — government schools
- Catholic Education SA — for people working with Catholic schools
- Association of Independent Schools of SA — for people working or volunteering with independent schools