The National Framework for Protecting Australia’s Children 2009 – 2020 seeks to achieve a single high level outcome: Australia’s children and young people are safe and well.
Under the National Framework protecting children is everyone’s responsibility. The Defence Youth Safety Framework articulates the principles that guide Defence youth safety efforts and action and how Defence will contribute to the National Framework.
All of Defence’s youth activities must align with good practice youth development principles. The Department’s youth frameworks and policies are available from this section.
Reform undertaken in response to issues raised during Case Study 40 of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse Defence Media release : Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse
Youth Safety - Videos
VCDF Cadets Youth Safety Forum Message
duration 08:56 26 Jul 2017
The Defence Youth Safety Level 6 training has been released on CadetNet e-learning. The training includes two distinct packages designed to provide the minimum level of training to ensure young people are aware of their rights, responsibilities and behavioral expectations under the Defence Youth Safety Framework. There is one package for under 18s and one for 18-25 year olds.
Youth Safety Level - 6 Young Adult (18-25 yrs)
duration 01:37 Jul 2017
Youth Safety Level - 6 Youth (under 18)
duration 01:25 26 Jul 2017