About CHCSS00074 | Child Protection
Learn about the legal and ethical responsibilities of an Existing Worker in a front line service role involving direct contact with children, youth or families when navigating the child protection space. Supports an Existing Worker in a front line service role involving direct contact with children, youth or families to gain vital knowledge regarding their responsibility to protect children and to identify indicators of harm, trauma and situations of risk to children.
Our courses are delivered 100% online and have been designed to be delivered to those aligned with a workplace to enable easy completion of the practical tasks associated with some components of assessment.
Duration of each course is determined using the Australian Qualifications Framework as a guide. Skill Set level courses have a 3 month expected duration. This duration may change dependant on the student’s existing skills and knowledge. Students may apply for an extension should they require additional time.
RPL & Credit Transfer
All courses can be completed using an assessment only pathways through RPL if the candidate possesses sufficient skills and experience as determined by the assessor.
The CHCSS00074 Child Protection is currently being funded by the Queensland State Government’s Higher Level Skills for eligible participants. Eligible students must pay a Co-Contribution Fee.
For full eligibility information, terms and conditions and a breakdown of the fees applicable please click here.
Enrolments are processed upon receipt of a completed enrolment form. All policy information regarding conditions of enrolment, refunds and our guarantee to complete all training and assessment requirements once the enrolment has commenced, is contained in our Terms and Conditions.
For further information please refer to the Student Handbook.
Skill Set Requirements
This skill set has been endorsed by industry as suitable for individuals who:
- hold a Certificate III qualification and may have a Certificate IV or higher level qualification or
- have skills equivalent to the qualification requirement validated through a recognition of prior learning process.
Applicants must be an Existing Worker in a front-line service role involving direct contact with children, youth or families. You must also submit a Third Party Report which proves your existing skills and knowledge in a range of areas.
You must have access to a computer with internet and camera capabilities, MS Office, PDF reader software or a Tablet device with internet and camera capabilities, MS Office, PDF reader software, a scanner and printer.
We recommend you have language, literacy and numeracy skills sufficient to allow you to interpret documents and prepare written reports.
All students will be required to attend a scheduled online zoom workshop to complete their role play based assessments. Students will be given different dates to attend and are expected to attend in order to complete the skill set.
|Unit Code||Unit Description|
|CHCPRT001||Identify and respond to children and young people at risk|
|CHCPRT002||Support the rights and safety of children and young people|
|CHCPRT003||Work collaboratively to maintain an environment safe for children and young people|
Students are required to follow Traxion Training’s Community Services and Health Skillset Pathway. It is designed by industry professionals to help you further your skills.
The Skillset Pathway requires students to complete its pathway through the following order:
- CHCSS00073 Case Management Skill Set
- CHCSS00084 Lead and Support Colleagues
- CHCSS00074 Child Protection
Proposed assessment methods
Case study analysis, simulated workplace projects, written assessments and role play tasks.