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Protective Behaviours Workshop (Geraldton)

Wed 7 September @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm AWST

This free workshop is a must for all parents and carers.

This comprehensive training workshop has been designed to teach parents the content of the internationally acclaimed Protective Behaviours Child Safety Program in order to increase their children’s personal safety. There are many ways of talking to children about their personal safety and when we do so it is important that we do not scare them or leave them feeling unsafe, afraid or disempowered.

As a safety program, Protective Behaviours provides children with strategies to keep themselves safe and cope with situations that threaten their well-being such as bullying, child abuse and domestic violence. The program empowers the individual with the right to feel safe and sets out ways in which they can gain the appropriate help when they are not feeling safe.

The Purpose of this Workshop
 Provide parents and carers with a basic understanding of child sexual abuse and other unsafe situations.
 Provide specific personal safety training skills, techniques and examples to use with your children.
 Lessen your anxiety about your children’s safety, so you can allow them the freedom of movement they need as they grow up.

Please Note:
This free workshop is an adult training session and is not suitable for children to attend, thank you for your co-operation.

Facilitated By
Andrea Musulin
Director WA Child Protection Society

Booking is essential.  You can do so below or:
Call: 9921 447
Email: Midwest.PCWA@ngala.com.au

Protective Behaviours Workshop (Geraldton)


Wed 7 September
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm AWST
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Ngala Training Room – Geraldton
24 Gregory Street
Geraldton, WA 6530 Australia
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“The workshop really helped me understand how to help children manage their emotions.”




“It was great, education, peer meeting, and a chance for grandparents to learn.”



South West

“Great to have some suggestions of books and authors to get more information from. The handouts were great.”