Help us educate people on how to protect children from abuse and neglect.
We are a registered charity in New Zealand that provides free training on how to spot and deal with the signs of child abuse and neglect.
Our seminars and resources are available to everyone but our biggest audience is professionals who work with children.
Our research shows that many people who work with children are not sure how to spot child abuse or neglect, and that there are many barriers to them doing something about it.
We believe it takes a community to raise a child and that early intervention is key to reducing harm to vulnerable children.
SCI receives no government funding and relies upon private donations and support to continue.
Since starting almost 3,500 members of the children’s workforce and community members across the Top of the South Island of New Zealand have attended our free training.
Our recently launched FREE eLearning package has been accessed more than 1,000 times.
Both our seminars and our eLearning give adults the vital tools to help a child in need.
See our FREE eLearning:
Safeguarding Children Initiative is a registered charity in New Zealand that provides free training on child protection via FREE seminars and eLearning.
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