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Health and Safety, Miscellaneous
Healthy Eating Habits Healthy eating habits make for a pleasant and sociable mealtime experience. Discover how you could provide opportunities to help children develop positive attitudes about healthy foods and learn appropriate eating patterns, mealtime behaviour, and communication skills to assist them in developing healthy eating habits.

Ideal for: ALL Child Care Workers

Quality Area: 2

EYLF Outcome: 1,2

Health and Safety
Keeping Children Safe Children’s well being is of paramount importance. In exercising duty of care in relation to child protection and child safety, staff are frequently engaged in risk assessment. Centre management must ensure that each staff member is aware of: • Common signs and indicators of child abuse and neglect; • Policies, procedures and legal responsibilities about reporting incidences of child abuse and neglect • The need for sensitivity and confidentiality in handling this information. This workshop will focus on legislative guidelines and your role and responsibility in keeping children safe.

Ideal for: ALL Child Care Workers

Quality Area: 2

EYLF Outcome: 1,3

Health and Safety
Safeguarding and promoting childrens health and safety

Protecting and promoting each child’s wellbeing will assist each and every child in your care to grow competently and confidently! Wellbeing incorporates both physical and psychological aspects that are central to ‘belonging, being and becoming’.

Primarily, children’s wellbeing must incorporate well planned routines, experiences and activities which promote good health, nutrition, sleep, rest and relaxation. Join this session to ensure that you are safeguarding and promoting children’s health and safety.

Learning Outcomes

  • To identify how children’s wellbeing incorporates both physical and psychological aspects.
  • To understand the importance of every day events that safeguard children’s health and safety.

Designed for: All educators. All service types

Quality Area: 2

EYLF Outcome: 3

Health and Safety
Supervising or just standing around

Adequate supervision of children involves a number of important factors. As you go about your daily work, you are involved in preventing hazards and risks and assessing the safety of the environment for children in your care. In addition, you need to prepare for unforseen emergencies or possible evacuations.

By joining this session you will participate in learning about providing safe supervision; understanding potential hazards and risks; providing safe environments; preparing for emergencies and evacuations and understanding legal aspects of supervision.

Learning Outcomes

  • To preventing hazards in your environment.
  • To minimise risk and assesses the safety of your environment.
  • To adequately supervise children in both the indoor and outdoor environment.

Designed for: All educators. All service types

Quality Area: 2

EYLF Outcome: 1

Health and Safety, NEW
Supporting Vulnerable Children As professionals, we are aware that children who have negative experiences in the first years of life can have long-lasting effects on their development and are more likely to experience behavioural and learning problems.

This session will recognise potential risks to vulnerable children and discuss the appropriate steps for supporting children, families and staff.

Identify how active participation in early childhood programs enables vulnerable children to experience positive learning and development opportunities to give all children the best start in life.

Learning Outcomes

  • To gain an understanding of connection between the UN Convention and the National Framework for Protecting Australia’s Children 2009-2020
  • To recognise potential risks to vulnerable children
  • To identify appropriate steps for supporting children, families and staff

Designed for: All educators. All service types

Quality Area: 2

EYLF Outcome: 3

Health and Safety, Leadership, Program Planning, Miscellaneous, Development
Working with Conflict Resolution Join other child care professionals to discuss practical information to assist in helping children to resolve their conflicts with each other. We will identify how conflicts can be the beginning of something new and good! By children talking, listening and working things out together, peace can be protected.

“It takes two to work together, but it also takes two to fight. And often, it only takes one to begin the first step towards a peaceful solution. (Scholes & Ingpen, 1989)

Ideal for: ALL Child Care Workers

Quality Area: 4 & 7

EYLF Outcome: 1,3,4

Health and Safety
Workplace Health and Safety Successfully managing health and safety in the workplace relies on commitment, consultation, co-operation and awareness. Everyone in the workplace needs to understand the need for health and safety, what their role is in making the workplace safer.

This session will look at the health and safety issues specific to the child care sector.

Training is an essential tool to establish an active, preventative approach to Health and Safety in the workplace.

Learning Outcomes

  • To understand your role in managing health & safety
  • To identify child care specific WHS issues
  • To develop an active, preventative approach to WHS

Designed for: All educators. All service types

Quality Area: 2

EYLF Outcome: 3