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Safer Organisations, Safer Children - new Working With Children Check booklet now availablePermalink
Safer Organisations, Safer Children - A guide to making your organisation child-safe and friendly
The Working with Children (WWC) Screening Unit has developed a booklet to help organisations create safer environments
for children. The WWC Check is like a swimming pool fence....a great safety measure but no substitute for supervision or
teaching a child to swim. This is why organisations should implement a variety of child safeguarding strategies.
The booklet provides information about a range of safeguarding strategies that can be implemented, including thorough staff recruitment, risk management and how to involve children so they feel safe, valued and respected.
eNews - Term 4, Edition 5, 2014Permalink
Catch up on the latest WACSSO news with edition 5 of eNews for Term 4. See training opportunities for 2015, read the latest on school chaplain cuts and check out our two new Employment and Business Operations Guides which will help P&Cs to optimise their Canteen and Uniform shops.
This is the penultimate eNews for 2014! Look out next week for your Merry Christmas message.
Read it here: http://eepurl.com/-C-l9
New P&C Employment and Small Business guides now available!Permalink
Two new guides to assist P&Cs in running Canteens and Uniform Shops are now available. The P&C Employment Guide has now been split into two documents for ease of use.
P&C Employment Guide
This guide deals with all aspects of employing staff. It contains many templates that are useful to create business documents. Its purpose is to assist P&Cs in gaining a better understanding of their obligations as employers. VIEW IT HERE
P&C Small Business Operations Guide
The information in this guide aims to assist P&Cs in understanding their obligations as small business operators. Being aware of good management practices and adopting them will help make running a small business a positive experience. VIEW IT HERE.
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