Response Team Training    

Response Team Training (RTT) is one of our most popular services. A common question is ‘What happens when I get a child safety report?’ The RTT aims to equip our members with the tools and protocols to respond effectively to a report. 

The RTT course is designed to specifically equip response team members, with the knowledge and skills to respond to a report of harm to a child within your organization. This training is a specialized course focusing on response team protocols for organizations who have an established Child Safety program and are able to respond to any reports of concern. This training is not a general Child Safety Training program, although it will give your organization an overview of what is ultimately needed. Attendees should be members of your organization who will be part of your response team, either as a team member, management/leadership of a response or member care staff who will support those directly involve.

The Response Team Training is reserved for CSPN Member organizations. Mission agencies and international schools are encouraged to send 2-4 people to the same RTT event. CSPN Members must be approved by their organization’s gatekeeper to attend.

We typically run 3-4 Training courses per year across the globe- typically Asia, Africa, North America, Europe.   We are open to invitations by any member organization who wishes to host an RTT. 

This year we are expanding into South America and West Africa. In 2018, there will be a RTT held in Central America.

 

‘Thanks so much for this 3 days of intense but incredibly valuable training. Going back to my child protection role with such helpful resources’.

 

'The facilitators bring such rich experience and this really helps to make the training come alive’.

 

‘I love the way CSPN is giving us principles which we as agencies can adapt for our own organisations’.