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Disclosures Recorded Webinar

Evidence from child abuse survivors shows that for the vast majority of children their disclosure journey was negative. There were numerous missed opportunities for intervention and support identified along these journeys. Negative journeys were characterised by poor responses from those to whom they had disclosed, lack of support, particularly emotional support, and a lack of protective action taken. Recognising a disclosure, and how you respond is vitally important to ensure children and young people feel believed and can access the support they need.

Take this course to acquire and build the knowledge and skills required to help a child.

What will I learn?

  • Different types of disclosure.
  • How to respond effectively to those different types of disclosures.
  • Navigating a disclosure.
  • How to create an organisation that children and young people feel is safe to disclose abuse and neglect within.
  • What international research tells us are the things that children and young people need during and after a disclosure.
  • The 7 R’s.
  • Internal and external risks.
  • Barriers to responding.
  • Information sharing.
  • Reporting thresholds.

Who is this course for?

  • Early Childhood Education
  • Education Providers – primary, intermediate, secondary schools & out of school care
  • Specialist Education – learning support schools
  • Social Services
  • Healthcare – doctors, nurses, therapists, counsellors etc
  • Faith Groups
  • Sport
  • Youth Services

DURATION: 2.5 hours
COMPLETION RULES: All units must be completed. Leads to a certificate with a duration of 2 years.


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Safeguarding Children

Charities Number: CC49059
NZBN: 9429043276134

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