Abuse of people with disabilities takes many forms (physical, sexual, emotional, financial, exploitation and neglect) and can occur in a range of different settings, from residential accommodation, to day programs, to the individual’s home.
The disability workforce is key to preventing and responding appropriately to abuse. The 22530VIC Course in Identifying, Reporting and Preventing Abuse and/or Grooming of People with Disabilities has been designed to address the recognition, prevention and reporting of abuse. This course includes content in relation to understanding the human rights of people with disability, and empowering people with disability to assert their rights and self-advocate.
The target audience for this course are those who work with people with disabilities, including psychosocial disability, and have a responsibility to identify and report abuse.
This course is appropriate for delivery to both the current workforce and to students enrolled in relevant VET qualifications (eg Individual Support, Disability, Community Services, Mental Health, Allied Health Assistance, etc).
Pines Learning provides quality training in a supportive learning environment with modern facilities and small class sizes. All training is delivered by experienced and qualified trainers who are passionate about the industry.
Course entry requirements apply. Details can be found in Course Guide. See course downloads below.
Next course to be advised. Classes will be held on Mondays, with pre-course work and theory assessment to be completed in between classes. The course consists of:
- a two hour orientation session
- 2 x 3.5 hour zoom workshops
- 3.5 hour in-class assessment session
For further information or to register your interest email firstname.lastname@example.org
This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding. For this accredited course there is no requirement to be up-skilling in terms of your educational qualification. This means that if you already hold an Australian qualification at a Certificate III level or above you will still be eligible for funding for this accredited course.