The WA Child Protection Society acknowledges that children all learn differently and sometimes the safety and security of their homes provide the perfect environment to teach children vital safety skills .
Whilst adults are and will remain responsible for the safety of children and young people, it is important that we continue to educate children and young people about personal safety from the age of 4. The world they live in poses many challenges and unsafe situations that may threaten their safety and wellbeing.
Protective Behaviours is a personal safety program teaching empowerment, communication, self-esteem, resilience, social skills and other life skills for children.
This series of in home lessons incorporates all facets of the Protective Behaviours Program across 5 x 1 hour interactive lessons (less for younger children). This allows for children to learn at their own pace and more importantly lessons a child’s inhibitions that may be present when learning as a group.
These lessons are perfect for parents and carers who are not confident to teach the program to their children or for agencies wishing to make a referral for protective behaviours education services.
The purpose of these lessons is to educate children and young people on the ProtectiveBehaviours Program in order to develop preventative skills and strategies to empower and protect them from harm or future harm.
Please contact us to arrange a proposal and quotation for your individual requirements.
These lessons can also be provided as interactive group workshop for children and be tailored to suit the target audience.
For more information please contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 08 9497 2777.