The WA Child Protection Society acknowledges that parents are the primary educators of their children and as such they play a vital role in developing personal skills and strategies that their children need to navigate safety in world that surrounds them.
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.
This comprehensive training workshop has been designed to teach parents the content of the internationally acclaimed Protective Behaviours Child Safety Program to increase their children's personal safety.
Protective Behaviours is a personal safety program teaching empowerment, communication, self-esteem, resilience, social skills and other life skills for children.
The purpose of this workshop is to provide parents and carers with a sound knowledge of the content, themes, concepts and strategies of the Protective Behaviours Program. It also aims to increase your knowledge and skills to help your child identify unsafe situations and arm them with the tools to seek appropriate assistance or protect themselves. The workshop will provide a parent handbook and a reference sheet of many child friendly story books and resources that parent and cares can use to support the learning provided in the handbook. This workshop will also incorporate important information for parents around the benefits of providing age appropriate sex education to their children and teens.
3 hour workshop at $1000 training up to 20 attendees
Inter-agency workshop: $100 per person
All workshops have been developed and delivered by our highly skilled, highly experienced team of professionals. This workshop can also be customised to meet the needs of your organisation and staff.
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