Agency Referrals – Services To Suit Your Clients
WA Child Safety Services is Western Australia’s specialist provider of child safety education and training. Our team offers a range of trauma-informed child safety education programs for your clients.
We work directly with you to ensure the service we provide meets each client’s specific needs.
Our team offer In-home Education, Children’s Group Workshops, and Teen Group Workshops.
(Agency Referrals Only)
Our experienced and accredited Child Safety Trainers will come to your client’s home, school or other safe location to provide sessions to a child or sibling group.
- 4 to 17 years old
- Adults with disabilities
- Protective Behaviours
- Cyber Safety
Cost: $150 + GST per session
Each program is tailored to the age and developmental stage of the client. Education sessions are delivered flexibly according to your client’s needs.
- Protective Behaviours (5 sessions)
- Cyber Safety (3 sessions)
- Parent/carer session
Our interactive group workshops provide children with the opportunity to have fun while learning about vital safety strategies. We will come to your agency workplace to provide a workshop for up to five of your clients, aged between 5 and 10 years old. For clients aged 11 and over, please refer to Teen Workshops.
Workshop fee: $600 + GST for up to five children of similar age.
Every young person has the right to feel safe at all times.
Our ‘Teen Talk’ workshops provide adolescents with information about the risks and challenges they may encounter within digital environments and the ‘real’ world. The aim of these workshops is to educate and empower young people to make safe choices and have positive experiences as they navigate adolescence. These workshops are interactive, and engage young people in open discussion about topics including:
- Sexual Abuse
- Healthy Relationships
- Cyber Safety
- The Impact of Pornography
These workshops may be tailored to focus on one of the four ‘Teen Talk’ topic areas for clients with specific needs.
Workshop fee: $600 +GST for up to five young people of similar age