SuniTAFE's Commitment to Child Safety

The Sunraysia Institute of TAFE as a Child Safe organisation, is committed to ensuring the safety, wellbeing and protection of all children and young people under the age of 18 years through the following measures:

  • Through zero tolerance of child abuse and actively responding, investigating and reporting all allegations of child abuse or harm;
  • By all staff taking a preventative and proactive approach to child safety;
  • By actively listening, encouraging and valuing children, young people and families’ opinions or concerns;
  • Through policies, procedures and systems in place to manage child related risks, and protect them from all forms of abuse including electronic communication.
  • Through the provision of regular training and education for all staff regarding Child Safe Standards and mandatory reporting requirements.
  • Through the promotion of safety of all children including the cultural safety for First Nations children, children from a culturally and/or linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds and by providing a safe environment for children with a disability.

For more information refer to the Institute’s Child Safe Policy and Student Code of Conduct Policy.

To report any child safety concerns contact the Institute’s Child Safety Officers:

Mildura Campus

  • Disability Liaison Coordinator 

  • Student Wellbeing Officer 

Swan Hill Campus

  • Team Leader Student Support Services

  • Student Wellbeing & Disability Advisor 

Child Safety Officers can be contacted by contacting the Team Leader Student Support Services on: 0447 951 233

Koorie Student Support Officers are available to support all First Nations People in reporting any child safety concerns to the Institute’s Child Safety Officers. 

Koorie Support Officer can be contacted on the following numbers:
Mildura Campus: 03 5022 3728
Swan Hill Campus: 03 5036 0220