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Working with Under 18s What’s my role, then? What am I supposed to do?. 15 th ISANA Conference Pre-conference Workshop 30 November 2004. The Main Stakeholders in Caring for Students under 18. The Education Provider The Accommodation Provider The Welfare Supervisor The Student.

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Working with Under 18sWhat’s my role, then? What am I supposed to do?

15th ISANA Conference

Pre-conference Workshop

30 November 2004


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The Main Stakeholders in Caring for Students under 18

  • The Education Provider

  • The Accommodation Provider

  • The Welfare Supervisor

  • The Student


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Terminology

  • Guardian

  • Care Provider

  • Care-giver

  • Care Supervisor

  • Welfare supervisor


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The Education Provider

  • CAAW

  • Course

  • Orientation

  • Excursion permission

  • Academic reporting

  • Attendance Records

  • Notify Welfare Supervisor

  • Warning letters

  • Counselling services

  • Range of help and assistance available


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The Accommodation Provider

  • Bedroom +

  • Meals

  • Bathing

  • Laundry

  • Familiarisation with local area, transport

  • Shows student to and from institution

  • Health


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The Accommodation Provider

  • Welfare arrangements?

  • Eating, sleeping patterns

  • Study times and habits

  • Neat, clean, conforms to school regulations/ expectations

  • Punctuality

  • House rules

  • Overnight outings

  • Report concerns

  • Alternative arrangements


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Welfare Supervisor

  • In loco parentis

  • Monitors social, academic, physical and emotional welfare

  • P/T Interviews

  • Local laws

    • Smoking

    • Drugs

    • Alcohol

    • Travel Concessions

    • Driving

  • Conditions of Student Visa

  • Phone, bank account


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Welfare Supervisor

  • Responds

    • Accommodation

    • Emergencies

  • Alternative holiday arrangements

  • Travel arrangements

  • Report

    BE AVAILABLE 24 HOURS A DAY, 7 DAYS A WEEK


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The Student

  • The conditions of the Student Visa

    • Demonstrate priority for studies at all times

    • Maximise attendance

  • Show respect and courtesy for accommodation provider

  • Instigate occasional contact with Welfare Supervisor

    • Share successes

    • Discuss problems

    • Returning homes for holidays

    • P/T Interviews

    • Overnight stays


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Issues and Responsibilities

  • Academic progress

  • Accommodation

  • Attendance

  • Banking

  • Budget and Finances

  • Health

    • Seeing a doctor

    • Using their OSHC


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Issues and Responsibilities

  • Homesickness

  • Study patterns and timetable

  • Transport options and regulations

  • Working

  • Overall Balance