Why is becoming a Member important?

Becoming a member will allow you to connect with and strengthen a multidisciplinary community of practitioners who are committed to the child protection system. Membership contributions will fund networking and professional development opportunities and resources.

What does it cost to be a Member?

We are seeking members from the private, government and non government sectors across a broad range of professional backgrounds that work in child protection. It is $90 to join the Association. We welcome members from all levels of the Judiciary, Tribunal members, private practice and government lawyers, psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, doctors, nurses, allied health practitioners, government child protection workers, academics, youth workers and drug and alcohol workers.

Membership Benefits:

CPPAQ's Membership year runs from 01 September to 31 August offering:

  • Free entry to 1 x Annual Leneen Forde Public Address an event to inspire better practice
  • Free entry to 3 x Practice Papers a year delivered by industry professionals on topical issues impacting on child protection
  • Access to a community of child protection practitioners, with networking opportunities aimed at improving practice through a shared understanding of the child protection system
  • CPD Accreditation for legal members
  • Online access to Public address and Practice Paper materials including videos
Studying?

CPPAQ invites persons studying for a professional qualification in law, justice, education, health or social science who are interested in advancing child protection to be supporters of the objects of CPPAQ.
Payment of the annual student subscription of $60 per annum entitles a person to free entry to the
Annual Leneen Forde Public Address and the Practice Paper Series.

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