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The home environment, and the families that occupy them, play a primary role on the ongoing development of children and young people. Families can include parents, carers, grandparents and kin who care for a child.

Any educator in an early learning service or school needs to know how to work effectively, sensitively and confidentially with families (who can have a diversity of circumstances) to foster the mental health of children and young people.


Accreditation and endorsement 

All registered teachers in every state and territory must ensure they have added their teacher registration number and state/territory 
to the My Profile page. Click here for more information regarding Be You Professional Learning and professional development requirements for teachers.


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In the ACT, each module within this domain will also contribute to one (1) hour of ACT Teacher Quality Institute (TQI)-accredited professional learning addressing Standard 7.3.2. Engage with the parents/carers  of the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers. 


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In NSW, each module within this domain will also contribute to one (1) hour of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Registered PD addressing standard descriptor 6.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.


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Partner

Family Partnerships

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Partner with families through positive relationships.

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Assist

Family Partnerships

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Assist families to foster mental health and wellbeing.