Incident Reporting and Investigation
Do you know how to write an incident report? Are you confident in your investigation skills? This course will teach you to successfully report, respond, investigate and prevent incidents to improve outcomes for staff, services, and the people you support.
This three hour workshop via Zoom will help you to:
- Know recommended content of incident reports
- Learn how to ensure documentation is accurate, defensible and reasonable care is evidenced and to demonstrate effective risk management
- Be aware of best practice in Incident Investigation to prevent recurrence, enable open disclosure and meet Quality Standards
- Practice Case studies to improve your skills
This workshop is in partnership with Preventing Harm Initiative (PHI) and is facilitated by Donny Raets. Donny's expertise is in creating manageable ways to identify, report, investigate and most importantly, how to prevent or reduce the likelihood of recurrence.
Donny holds a Diploma of Teaching, Cert IV Training and Assessment, Cert IV Aged and Community Care and has 30 plus years’ experience in education, ranging from Primary through to Tertiary (Vocational Education and Training), remote Indigenous Communities and the Corporate sector. Her Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) background and training in the Arts support her creation and delivery of meaningful learning experiences.
Who should attend?
Managers, Coordinators and those involved in investigating incidents in disability services.
Date: Wednesday, 27 September
Time: 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm AEST
- NDS Members: $190 plus GST
- Non Member: $270 plus GST