Are you up to date with current information and practices with Red Nose recommendations (formerly SIDS and Kids. Red Nose (formerly SIDS and Kids) welcomes changes to the national regulations governing education and care services from 1 October 2017. As an educator, you must be up to date with current guidelines and be able to…

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The Queensland Family and Child Commission (QFCC) has partnered with government agencies, non-government organisations and peak bodies to develop a suite of resources to help professionals working with children and families understand more about the child protection system. The QFCC’s Information kit on child protection for professionals offers clear, simple information about Child Safety Services…

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The Smart Steps program is a comprehensive road safety education program for educators, parents and carers. The resources in this program present adults with suggestions on how to help young children to develop skills, behaviours and attitudes so that they can stay safe when travelling as passengers, pedestrians and users of bikes and wheeled toys.…

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This is such a simple and effective way to teach kids to be SAFE.   Discussing private parts protection with a young child can be tricky. How do you talk in concepts they can understand? How do you keep them engaged? Where do you even start?!! Empowerment through FUN and involvement is the key to…

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Keeping warm and safe during colder months of the year also means being alert to heating hazards. These simple tips should help to keep you safe at home this winter. Winter injuries and risks: Winter products such as hot water bottles, electric blankets and heaters can cause burns and other injuries. Other winter risks come…

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