Victorian Reportable Conduct Scheme – General Awareness (AU)
Everyone in an organisation has a responsibility to protect children, whether they work directly with children or not. The Reportable Conduct Scheme aims to ensure the timely and robust reporting of any suspected abuse.
This course covers the Victoria’s Reportable Conduct Scheme, how to identify if your organisation is covered by the Scheme, the types of conduct it covers and the reporting requirements under the Scheme.
This is a course for employees of organisations that provide services to children. Contractors, volunteers and others are considered “employees” under the Reportable Conduct Scheme. There is a companion course on the same topic for heads of organisations.
- Purpose of the Victorian Reportable Conduct Scheme
- Organisations and bodies covered by the Victorian Reportable Conduct Scheme
- Types of reportable conduct under the law
- Understand what it means to have “reasonable belief”
- Employees’ and volunteers’ responsibilities under the scheme