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Vulnerable Children Act 2014 Guidelines for Compliance in Universities

A document produced by Universities New Zealand to provide guidance about compliance with the Vulnerable Children's Act as it applies to Universities.

Core Worker Exemption Process

A flowchart detailing the applications process for Core Worker Exemptions.

Core Worker Exemption Application Guidance for Individuals

A guide to help you to complete the Core Worker Exemption Application Form. It provides information about the Core Worker Exemption process and explains the requirements you need to meet when submitting your application.

Core Worker Exemption Enquiries Guidance for Employers

A guide to help employers and/or educational/vocational training institutes, to confirm that a current or prospective employee or trainee/student holds a Core Worker Exemption by making an enquiry against the Core Worker Exemption Register.

Core Worker Exemption Verification Enquiry

A form for employers and/or educational/vocational training institutes requesting confirmation of whether an individual (who is or may be employed or engaged as a core worker) holds a Core Worker Exemption.

Hamilton Childrens Team Assessment

Assessment of the establishment and early implementation of the Children's Action Plan in Hamilton. This evaluation took place between April and December 2015.

Research NZ Overview Report of the Children's Workforce Survey

This report provides an overview of the results of a survey of the children's workforce. It was completed between 19 November and 15 March for the Children's Action Plan Directorate.

Children's Action Plan Progress Report December 2015

This refreshed document reports on the work by government agencies, Children's Teams, NGOs, iwi and communities that give effect to the actions and activities of the Children's Action Plan 2012.

Children's Action Plan October 2012

The Children's Action Plan provides a framework for what action is being taken to protect children and when each milestone is to be achieved.

Community Response Forums

Community Response Forums are partnerships between government and the community, formed by people from communities, iwi, government agencies, and other funders including philanthropic organisations. There are 15 established Community Response forums across New Zealand.

Regional Boundary Maps

We’ve also made some changes to our regional boundaries. This will help us better align with our health, education and Police colleagues and to map to iwi boundaries as much as possible.

Safer Recruitment, Safer Children

Guidance for choosing safe people to work with children

Safer Organisations, Safer Children

Guidelines for child protection policies to build safer organisations

Care discussion sheet — Attachment types

This discussion sheet introduces caregivers to a number of types of attachment including secure, ambivalent, avoidant and disorganised attachment.

Care discussion sheet — Keeping kids safe

This discussion sheet offers practical ways to ensure a child's personal safety at home and what to do if a child discloses physical or sexual abuse.

Care discussion sheet — Life story books

This discussion sheet describes ways to create a life story book for a child or young person which can take many forms.

Care discussion sheet — Mokopuna disclosing abuse

This discussion sheet looks at how to support a child or young person when they talk about abuse and how to create a record of the information disclosed.

Care discussion sheet — Safe sleeping for babies

This discussion sheet explains Sudden Unexpected Death Infancy (SUDI), how it can be prevented and creating a safe sleep environment.

Care discussion sheet — Parenting styles

This discussion sheet looks at the different styles of parenting and gives tips for how to move to being a caregiver that operates in the 'backbone style'.

Care discussion sheet — Living or working with traumatised children

This discussion sheet helps caregivers respond to a child in care, using a trauma informed approach.