Family Violence Education
This presentation provides people working with youth online with information on exploring and managing safety concerns such as suicidal ideation. Liesje also provides information on valuable resources supporting young people's wellbeing.
Topics covered:• Managing asthma attacks, allergies and allergic reactions• Epi-pen use and management• Managing a seizure or partial seizure• The diabetic child• Choking• Treating bee-stings / insect bites• Head injuries, broken bones and bleeding
This course covers meeting Food Act training and compliance requirements: Food safety essentials; Legal & ethical responsibilities; Safe food 'KEYS'; Legalities; Food control plans; Verification's & self review; Documentation & record keeping
This training covers: What the Children's Act 2014 states regarding safe recruitment of staff; Following steps to ensure staff are safe and suitable; What checks are needed and how to undertake these; Example questions for interviews and reference checks
This is a two part workshop: Part one: Safer Sites Safer Children. Part two: Safer Excursions Safer Children. Topics include: Health & Safety law, duty of care, hazard & risk assesment, transporting young people, third party providers.
This talk focusses on impacts of sexual violence on a young person's life, how best to support from within a youth worker role, discuss the importance of boundaries and self care when doing this work, and how to work alongside families where appropriate.