Educators too ‘time poor’ to learn how to use child abuse detection scheme

Price urged all Victorian educators to investigate the resources, complete the training and understand their obligations.

Principal Association Victoria president Andrew Dalgleish applauded the CISS, but said the pandemic had created a huge challenge for educators to give it the strong focus it deserved.

The Department of Education and Training will provide casual relief teacher funding for those wanting to do the training. It has created eLearning packages, face-to-face learning options as well as online webinars to make it easier for staff to complete, but about a quarter of respondents…

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