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Working for a better future and outcomes for our children

QATSICPP Training Update: Ongoing Professional Development and Training

Practice Standards & Supervision Framework Training

The first two series of the practice standards and supervision training workshops were held in Brisbane and Cairns. A total of 24 staff members from 5 member organisations participated. Overall the feedback from these workshops were positive and encouraging.

Practice Standards & Supervision Framework Training (Tentative Date)

Townsville                  10 – 12 June 2019
Thursday Island         18 – 20 June 2019
Mt Isa                         16 – 18 July 2019
Rockhampton            13 – 15 August 2019
Toowoomba               10 – 12 September 2019

Family Lead Decision Making Workshop

QATSICPP Senior Practice Leader and Training and Education Coordinator were invited by Aboriginal & Islander Development Recreational Women’s Association (AIDRWA), Family Participation Program staff (pictured below) to be part of a 2 day workshop focusing on, exploring and unpacking Family Lead Decision Making (FLDM).

The workshop focused on changes to legislation, what does this mean on the ground, roles, responsibilities, program, purpose, principles, processes, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander child placement principles, case study/ scenario, supervision and self-care. The 2 days was interactive, allowing plenty of time and space for discussions.

At the end of the 2 days, staff reported gaining a better understanding of FLDM process and framework child protection legislation changes, and would like more clarity around child safety’s involvement and engagement with services, especially around endorsed family plans.



From left to right: Sharn Fogerty – Family Participation Facilitator, Garry Cummins - Family Participation Facilitator, Josie Wilde - Family Participation Facilitator, Liz Toeke – Manager FPP, (not in picture: Rob Smerdon - Family Participation Facilitator)

  • Child Protection Environment


    of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children were placed with a kinship or Indigenous carer.
  • Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Protection Peak


    There are 69,200 Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander children / young people in Queensland.