CHCPRT025 Identify and report children and young people at risk
commence at any time of the year
study from any location across Australia
The Statement of Attainment in CHCPRT025 Identify and report children and young people at risk qualification meets the Education and Care Services National Regulations requirements (see below).
Service owners, management committees and/or Nominated Supervisors may like to ask their staff to complete the Statement of Attainment in CHCPRT025 Identify and report children and young people at risk qualification to ensure they are fully aware of the laws and their obligations to meet the requirements of regulation 84 (see below).
The Education and Care Services National Regulations state:
Chapter 7 Part 7.3 Division 3 Regulation 273
273 – Course in child protection
The approved provider of an education and care service must ensure that the nominated supervisor of the service and any certified supervisor in day to day charge of the service has successfully completed a course in child protection approved by the New South Wales Regulatory Authority.
Chapter 4 Part 4.2 Division 1 Regulation 84
84 – Awareness of child protection law
The approved provider of an education and care service must ensure that the nominated supervisor and staff members at the service who work with children are advised of—
(a) the existence and application of the current child protection law; and
(b) any obligations that they may have under that law.
Penalty: $1000. Note. A compliance direction may be issued for failure to comply with this regulation.
For further information please read the ECTARC Student Information Handbook.
- Online written assignment is required to be completed.
- Role play: A video or audio file is required to be submitted of the student making a call reporting to the child protection authority.
Assessment Submission Requirements
Students must submit all assessment tasks within the 6 month period. Where the student has not made attempt to contact ECTARC in this time the student will be withdrawn from the program.
ECTARC students receive support from ECTARC Training and Development Officers by phone, email and optional live study sessions. ECTARC students have access to the online ECTARC Training Portal where they can access learning materials and submit assessments. Through the ECTARC Training Portal students can also:
– message their Training and Development Officer
– upload forms and documents
– access resources – additional information and documentation to support learning.
The ECTARC Training Portal is available through secure market leading technology and students find it very easy to use. The ECTARC Training Portal increases communications with students and ensures valuable information is available when required and provides access to their student records 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
ECTARC guarantees that a Training and Development Officer is always available to speak to Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm and Tuesday evenings 5pm to 7pm.
Access to the Training Portal on completion
All students will have 14 days access to the ECTARC Training Portal after their course completion date to download content and any completed assessments for future reference. To download completed assessments, go to the relevant unit and click on the ASSIGNMENTS link to view your assessment tasks. Click on the assessment task you wish to copy and then right click on your mouse and choose the PRINT function. Change the destination from your printer to the PDF setting and click SAVE. If you have any questions regarding the saving of your online content, please call 02 4223 1111.
Please keep in mind when you enrol in a single unit that our marking turnaround time is approximately 4 weeks. Once the assessment process has been completed and the unit has been deemed competent, ECTARC will issue a Statement of Attainment within 2 weeks of the completion date. If you require your qualification earlier we will do our best to accommodate your request but cannot always guarantee marking will occur in the time frame needed due to the large volume of students completing single units and qualifications. Please ensure you are aware of these requirements and have all components completed when you submit your assessment for marking.
Average completion time is 50 hours. This is self paced, more time allocated to study will determine when the qualification can be achieved. The unit must be completed within 6 months from date of enrolment.
Courses can be commenced at any time of year.
What you need to read…
Students are required to read the following documentation and ECTARC policies prior to commencing the online Enrolment Application Form (this will be sent to you by email from ECTARC) to ensure they understand their rights and responsibilities before enrolling:
What you need to get ready…
To complete the online enrolment application form, students need to:
- provide a valid Unique Student Identifier (USI) number
- photo identification – driver’s licence, passport or proof of age card – take a photo of the document so it is ready to upload (this will be verified throughout the Practical Assessment process)
- give permission on the USI website for ECTARC to view their USI records (if applying for credit transfer only). Note: Where study was completed prior to 2015 or has not yet been reported, the student must provide a copy of their transcript for ECTARC to verify with the training provider.
It’s a regulatory requirement that if you’re studying nationally recognised training in Australia from 1 January 2015, you will be required to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI). Your USI links to an online account that contains all your training records and results (transcript) that you have completed from 1 January 2015 onwards. When applying for a job or enrolling in further study, you will often need to provide your training records and results (transcript). One of the main benefits of the USI is the ability to provide students with easy access to their training records and results (transcript) throughout their life. You can access your USI account online from your computer, tablet or smart phone anytime.
How do you get a USI?
Follow the steps here to get a USI. It is easy and quick to do. When you enrol online you will be required to enter your USI number.
For detailed information on the USI please visit the Australian Government’s Department of Industry website at visit http://www.usi.gov.au/Pages/default.aspx
On enrolment you are required to upload a copy of photo identification (e.g driver’s licence, passport or proof of age card). This will be verified throughout the assessment process.
ECTARC requires all documentation and relevant information before fully processing enrolments. Training will not commence until all documentation is received.
For more information on ECTARC’s policies such as complaints, refunds and privacy please click here.
PLEASE NOTE: This study pathway is not recognised as NESA accredited hours as it is delivered via distance study. If you are looking for NESA accredited hours training on this subject you will be required to undertake a webinar or face to face training, as well as an assessment. Visit the ECTARC webinar page for upcoming child protection webinars.
If you are having technical difficulties using the online service please download the enrolment form here to complete and send to ECTARC at firstname.lastname@example.org