The 10 Child Safe Standards for Sport and Recreation - 6:30pm to 7:15pm

These sessions are for people responsible for developing and understanding child safety within their organisation including paid staff and volunteers.

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The 10 Child Safe Standards for sport and recreation

The 10 Child Safe Standards were enacted into legislation in NSW on 1 February 2022. They provide a framework for organisations to create and maintain environments that support children and young people to feel and be safe and for organisations to meet their legal obligations under the Child Safe Scheme.

This webinar will: •

  • provide an overview of the Child Safe Standards and examples of the Standards within a sport and recreation setting.
  •  Increase staff knowledge of child safety 
  • Provide resources and support to begin implementation

For more information, please contact the Child Safe team at

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