The ability to effectively, diligently and professionally investigate allegations or complaints relating to the abuse of vulnerable people in care is essential for the education, health, human services, disability and care sector.
Participants of this four-day course will gain an understanding the complaint and investigation process relevant to those investigating or managing investigators of reportable conduct matters affecting children, elderly people or people with a disability. The program includes a full day of focus on developing the skills to safely and sensitively interview vulnerable people, children and respondents.
We tailor this program to the legislation, scheme and other needs of each jurisdiction. The Investigating Abuse in Care training course gives leaners the ability to conduct structured investigations with strong adherence to procedural fairness and the insight to make decisions which are compliant with industrial law while protecting vulnerable individuals. This important course has also been specifically designed to meet the best-practice recommendations of the Royal Commission into Institutional Response to Child Sexual Abuse, and is regularly updated to reflect and include guidance offered in each jurisdiction over time.
Investigating Abuse in Care is a capstone training course for professionals working in areas such as education, student wellbeing, safeguarding officers, human resources, investigators, managers, carers and decision-makers working in children services, elderly in aged care and disability service sectors.