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Five Day Programme in Child Protection Studies

Wednesday, March 15, 2017   Posted in: Training By: Administrator With tags: Training, Courses, children, safety

Child Matters CPSChild Matters recommends that every organisation/school has at least one Child Protection Champion. Their 5-day Programme in Child Protection Studies will give them a NZQA Level 3 qualification and a broad base of skills and knowledge.

The Child Protection Studies Programme is the only specialised, NZQA accredited (level 3) child protection training on offer in New Zealand. It provides students with a broad base of skills, and just as importantly the confidence to act effectively when children have been abused and to intervene early when a child is at risk.

The content covered in the programme is comprehensive and practical, and is designed to enhance the skills of those who have a responsibility or role in the safety of children.

Dates: Monday 8th to Friday 12th May 2017
Location: TBC (Christchurch)
Cost: $650 per person excluding GST.

Enrol online for this 5-day Programme in Child Protection Studies. Places are limited to 22.

Find out more about the 5-day Public Programme in Child Protection Studies (NZQA Level 3). You can also contact Relationship Manager Tracey Goodrick at Child Matters for more information on this programme (07 282 0685 or traceyg[at]

Students will gain the confidence to act as true advocates on behalf of children in the future. Past students have indicated that the course has often been a real milestone in their professional development.

This 5-day Programme is a pre-requisite for the Diploma in Child Protection Studies (NZQA Level 5) that runs over one year and is made up of six one-week blocks and eight practical assignments.

Find out more about the Diploma in Child Protection Studies.

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