eLearning Course Details

The ACFID Code of Conduct e-learning has been updated to reflect the Code of Conduct which came into effect on 1 June 2017. This eLearning module offers practical scenarios for understanding and using the Code. The resource is free, but online registration is required. The resource is designed to be used by:

  • Staff and volunteers in ACFID member organisations
  • New Code of Conduct signatory organisations
  • Board members.

By the end of the module you will:

  • Understand what the Code is, why it’s important and who its stakeholders are;
  • Understand the key elements of the Code, its structure and how to navigate it;
  • Be able to use the Code of Conduct and the Quality Assurance Framework to guide the self-assessment of your organisation’s compliance with the Code;
  • and know what the Code’s compliance mechanisms are and how ACFID can support your organisation’s journey of continual improvement and good practice. 

Register online. This is one of several eLearning modules offered by ACFID.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Child Protection E-learning Courses

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What are the Child Protection E-Learning Courses?

Module 1 of the Child Protection in International Development Course is designed to provide you with knowledge of the relevance of child protection in international development cooperation and your role in protecting children. You will develop an understanding of the child protection requirements of the ACFID Code of Conduct and the DFAT child protection guidelines.

Module 2 of the Child Protection in International Development Training Series, 'Creating Child Safe Organisations', is designed to provide you with knowledge of the key measures an organisation can take to become ‘child safe’.

Module 3 of the Child Protection in International Development Course, 'Risk Management for Child Protection', is designed to provide you with knowledge of the relevance of child protection in international development cooperation and your role in protecting children.

Who are these courses for?

This series of Child Protection E-learning Modules has been developed for anyone working in international development – staff members, Board members, partners, volunteers, interns, field workers, and consultants. Whether you are working directly with children, or may have incidental contact with children, these courses are for you. The modules can be used as: - an induction or introductory resource; - a refresher course; or - a tool to assist delivery partners understand child protection.

The modules have been developed as a pre-cursor to overseas travel to the field and contact with children. They are designed to develop capabilities and build understanding of child protection for anyone who will or may have contact with children. The modules are delivered online and provide a flexible learning platform for organisations and individuals.

The Modules typically take between 20 – 30 minutes to complete. Available 24/7, they allow you to complete them in your own time at a time and pace convenient to you. The courses include assessments that provide organisations with confidence that any of their representatives will have a sound understanding of child protection.

The Modules cost $50 (+GST) per user.

Go to the Child Protection E-learning Modules