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Making a report to the Director of Youth Protection (DYP) | CDPDJ

Making a report to the Director of Youth Protection (DYP)

Making a report to the Director of Youth Protection (DYP)

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Target audience

Individuals working in child care centres, teachers, school principals, police officers, professionals working with a youth clientele or any other organization providing front-line services to youth, etc.

Duration

2 to 3 hours.

Objectives

  • Learn about the concepts of protection of the rights of children and youth and the Youth Protection Act (YPA) This link will redirect you to an external Website in a new window.;
  • Better understand the situations that need to be reported and how to recognize the signs when the security or development of a child are endangered;
  • Learn which rights are guaranteed to children and youth under the YPA and the role of the Commission des droits de la personne et des droits de la jeunesse.

Content

This participatory training in plain language aims at:

  • Understanding the Commission’s mandate under the YPA;
  • Reviewing the relevant provisions of the YPA, particularly how to make a report and the obligation to make a report to the DYP.

The facilitator evaluates the needs of the group prior to the training in order to adapt, when needed, the training to the needs and questions of the group.

Minimum number of participants

15 people. ​​​​​
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Did you know?

All our training sessions are free of charge and take place in your premises.

Contact us for more information or to request a session.

E-mail :
lauelia.rolland-fortin@cdpdj.qc.ca
Phone :
514 873-5146, ext. 510
1 800 361-6477, ext. 510

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