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Read important information about new criminal offences under Statutes Amendment (Child Sexual Abuse) Act 2021.
This is a short course about mandatory notifications and child protection in education.
This course is all most people need.
If you are an employee who is new or has an expired RRHAN-EC certificate, you probably also need the masterclass.
Course type: self-directed, online
Knowledge set: essentials
Running time: 2 hours
To access: log in to Plink
Most people in education. This includes:
- work experience students
- people on professional placement
- bus drivers
- canteen workers
- people bridging from full day Safe Environments – Through Their Eyes training
- corporate staff who do not work with children and young people
- sector office education staff (non-government schools) who do not work with children and young people.
For some volunteers, the online course might not be suitable. A face-to-face version of this course is available. Site leaders can contact their organisation for more information about running an in-person training session.
Staff in specific roles who:
- are new
- do not have a current RRHAN-EC certificate.
These specific staff need to do training in 2 parts.
- Part 1 is this fundamentals course.
- Part 2 is the masterclass.
The Statutes Amendment (Child Sexual Abuse) Act 2021 came into operation on 1 June 2022. It includes 2 new offences which carry a penalty of imprisonment. The offences relate to failure to report and protect a child from sexual abuse.
The department’s RRHAN-EC training does not include information about these new offences. However, all employees, contractors and volunteers must understand your legal obligations.
For more information, read new criminal offices under Statutes Amendment (Child Sexual Abuse) Act 2021.
This course was developed and is endorsed by:
- the Department for Education
- Catholic Education South Australia
- Association of Independent Schools of South Australia.