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Our Sporting Future 2015 : Day 1 - 22 October 2015 : Key note - Safeguarding sport / Janice Mitchell.

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Record Number 512770
Item Type Video
E Resource
Meeting Name OSF 2015. Conference (2015 : Gold Coast, Qld.)
Title Our Sporting Future 2015 : Day 1 - 22 October 2015 : Key note - Safeguarding sport / Janice Mitchell.
Published 2015
Description 1 streaming video (approximately 52 minutes) : mp4 file.
Content Type two-dimensional moving image
Media Type computer
Carrier Type online resource
Notes Available for Clearinghouse for Sport member groups B & C and OSF delegates only.
Contents Conference program Day 1 - Thursday 22 October 2015 : Welcome address / Nicole Livingstone, Master of Ceremonies ; The Hon. Sussan Ley MP, Minister for Sport ; Simon Hollingsworth, CEO Australian Sports commission ; Pier De Carlo, Committee of Australian Sport and Recreation Officials (CASRO) -- Key note : Main headline speaker / Michael Clarke (interviewer - Francis Leach) -- Key note : Futurist - Setting the scene / Tim Longhurst (not filmed) -- Crackersports workshop : No bar too high / Mark Tonner-Joyce, Crackersports -- Key note : Market innovation / Tim Oberg, Parkrun Australia -- Key note : People and culture / Kitty Chiller, Chef De Mission, 2016 Australian Olympic Team and General Manager People and Culture, Athletics Australia -- Key note : Safeguarding sport / Janise Mitchell , Australian Childhood Foundation -- Panel : the modern sports management professional / Rosie King, Geelong Cats ; Jonathan Harris, Sports Recruitment International ; Rob McMurtrie, Sportspeople (facilitator - Andrew Ramsay).
Conference program Day 2 - Friday 23 October 2015 : Key note : Digital and technological trends / Stu Taggart, Sport Business Futurist, Relevant Innovation -- Breakout : Technology in sport, social media engagement / Sean Callaghan, Sports Geek -- Breakout : Facility planning and development / Paul Cammack, Tennis Australia ; Robin O'Neill, Strategy and Government Relations -- Breakout : Digital leadership and commercialization / Marina Go, Chair, Wests Tigers -- Panel : Product development - new formats of sport / Anne-Marie Phippard, Head of Community ; Tony Sherwill, Bowls Australia Ltd ; Tim Klar, Athletics Australia (facilitator - Kerry Turner, Manager Sport and Recreation NSW) -- Panel : Governance - reform in sport / Matt Caroll, Yachting Australia ; Steve Walker, Yachting Australia ; Michael Thomson, Australian Sports Commission (facilitator - Kerryn Newton, Directors Australia) -- Key note : Learning from the best / Russel Howcroft (not filmed).
Presenter Biography : Janise is the Deputy CEO of the Australian Childhood Foundation. She has a Masters of Social Work (research) that examined the role of therapeutic care programs within Australian out of home care systems. Janise has 26 years experience in the field of child protection and child welfare, professional education and therapeutic care. She has experience in child protection, high risk adolescents, public policy analysis, program development and evaluation. Janise has extensive experience in the development of innovative therapeutic programs for traumatised children and young people. She is responsible for the development and implementation of a number of national and statewide child abuse prevention and training programs. In her current role at ACF, Janise has been instrumental in the conceptualisation, development and implementation of the therapeutic care programs with partner agencies. Janise is currently an Adjunct Research Fellow with Child Abuse Prevention Research Australian (CAPRA), Monash University. She also sits on the Board of YMCA NSW.
Summary The current Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse has highlighted the trauma and pain inflicted on children in organisations around the country. An organisation’s culture must ensure that staff and volunteers do not harm, abuse or exploit children who are involved directly or indirectly with the activities or services provided by the organisation. This presentation explores establishing relevant safeguards in your organisation and the critical aspects of a child-safe environment.
Subjects Australian Sports Commission
Austrralian Childhood Foundation
organizational culture
child abuse
care and welfare
Added Author Mitchell, Janise Australian Childhood Foundation
Electronic Resource Click here to watch streaming video (this video is only available to member groups B and C and OSF delegates)
OSF 2015 Conference program (PDF)
Clearinghouse for Sport Client Services Model (access restrictions explained)
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