QATSICPP Supervision Framework

This supervision framework was developed to promote quality, culturally grounded, professional supervision specific to the unique requirements of child protection services. To sustain, develop and support workers in this demanding context, culturally-grounded, professional supervision is an essential strategy. Supervision is integral to achieving a strong, sustainable and capable sector able to deliver better outcomes for…

QATSICPP Training Update: Ongoing Professional Development and Training

Practice Standards & Supervision Framework Training The first two series of the practice standards and supervision training workshops were held in Brisbane and Cairns. A total of 24 staff members from 5 member organisations participated. Overall the feedback from these workshops were positive and encouraging. Practice Standards & Supervision Framework Training (Tentative Date) Townsville   …

Delivery of QATSICPP Supervision Framework to Central Queensland, Department of Child Safety, Youth & Womem Leadership Forums

QATSICPP’s Senior Practice Leader and Training & Education Coordinator were invited to the Central Queensland’s, Department of Child Safety, Youth & Women, Senior Team Leaders (STL) & Senior Practice Leaders (SPL) forums to deliver on QATSICPP’s Supervision Framework. The first training was held in Hervey Bay with thirty-four (34) STL’s attending on 7 November 2018.…

QATSICPP Practice Standards

The practice standards honour the enduring cultures and traditions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, drawing on knowledge systems of growing up children and their connections to family, community, country and culture. These connections are central to children’s safety and well being, and the promotion of their development, self esteem, identity and sense of…

QATSICPP Practice Guide

The Practice Guide is a practical resource that all practitioners in the Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Child Protection agencies can utilise. Furthermore, the Practice Guide recognises the important roles that families have and ensure the needs of children and families are responded to and become empowered by utilising the QATSICPP Practice…