Royal Commission National Standards (Australia)

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Child safety is embedded in institutional leadership, governance and culture

Children participate in decisions affecting them and are taken seriously

Families and communities are informed and involved

Equity is upheld and diverse needs are taken into account

People working with children are suitable and supported

Processes to respond to complaints of child sexual abuse are child focused

Staff are equipped with the knowledge, skills and awareness to keep children safe through continual education and training

Physical and online environments minimise the opportunity for abuse to occur

Implementation of the Child Safe Standards is continuously reviewed and improved

Policies and procedures document how the institution is child safe.

See full report below:

https://www.childabuseroyalcommission.gov.au/sites/default/files/final_report_-_recommendations.pdf

 

International: Data Protection Officer (DPO) (National Learning Trust)

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The National Learning Trust is launching a new service for British schools overseas providing DPO services.

Engage an accredited DPO, a straightforward and risk-free process that will support your school for 12 months for an annual fee of £1000 and provide an all-inclusive package of:

  • UK – based GDPR helpdesk with the latest guidance on best-practice;
  • GDPR compliance toolkit and model documentation;
  • Advice on Data Protection Impact Assessments;
  • An NLT accredited DPO who understands the needs of British schools overseas;
  • GDPR e-Bulletin issued every half-term;
  • Support on all matters GDPR and Data Protection.

Schools can also supplement this service with in-country advice and training at additional charge if required.

Register by emailing: international@learningtrust.net