CFR Training

  • 10 Aug 2016
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Scotland Island Fire Station


  • Training

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CFR Monthly Training.

This months topic is Child Protection

Please complete the associated online learning module before the training session.

This course outlines the obligations of all NSW Health staff to identify possible signs of child abuse and neglect, and then consult and respond appropriately.  This course will be delivered to you on the NSW Health HETI website. 

Learning Outcomes:

After completing this course you will:

  • Be able to describe indicators of possible child abuse and neglect.
  • Be able to describe steps you can take to consult and respond to child abuse and neglect
  • Know how to complete the Mandatory Reporter Guide
  • Explain the role of the Child Well-being Unit, and how to contact them.

NSW Health Mandatory Training can be accessed via the HETI website,

To access HETI Online:

1. You will need to know your NSW Health Stafflink number. (this is an 8 digit number)
If you have worked for another NSW Health Local Health District previously, you can log into HETI Online using your old log ins. If you can’t remember your password, follow step 2 below to reset it.

2. Source your StaffLink Password:
• To access your password, you will need to contact the Staff Link State Wide Service Desk on 1300 28 55 33
• Then select Option 2 and then Option 2 again
• When asked to enter your employee number, enter your StaffLink ID. Then press #
• You will then be connected to an operator 

3. Access HETI Online
You can access HETI Online from the URL

4. Type in your StaffLink ID (below) and password (from Step 2). 

If you have any questions about the course please email

If you have any technical or stafflink number or 

password  issues you will need to contact the State Wide Service Desk on 1300 28 55 33

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