Townsville Catholic Education Volunteer Induction Quiz 2020
This quiz is designed to confirm your understanding of the information presented. It will take approximately 10 minutes and must be completed once commenced. Please note if you have already complete the Face to Face Workshop you do not need to complete this Quiz.
Burdekin Catholic High School, Ayr
Columba Catholic College, Charters Towers
Gilroy Santa Maria College, Ingham
Good Shepherd Catholic College, Mt Isa
Good Shepherd Catholic School, Rasmussen
Holy Spirit Catholic School, Cranbrook
Marian Catholic School, Currajong
Our Lady of Lourdes Primary School, Ingham
Ryan Catholic College, Kirwan
Southern Cross Catholic College, Annandale
St Anthony's Catholic College, Deeragun
St Benedict's Catholic School, Shaw
St Catherine's Catholic College, Proserpine
St Clare's Catholic School, Burdell
St Colman's School, Home Hill
St Francis School, Ayr
St Francis Catholic School, Hughenden
St John Bosco Catholic School, Collinsville
St Joseph's Catholic School - Mt Isa
St Joseph's Catholic School - Cloncurry
St Joseph's Catholic School - Mundingburra
St Joseph's Catholic School - The Strand
St Kieran's Catholic School, Mt Isa
St Margaret Mary's College, Hyde Park
St Mary's Catholic School, Bowen
St Michael's Catholic School, Palm Island
St Patrick's School, Winton
St Peter's Catholic School, Halifax
St Teresa's College, Abergowrie
Townsville Catholic Education
Workplace Health & Safety - What are your work health and safety rights when volunteering?
To have a safe and healthy work environment with the same protections as paid workers
Schools must do what they can to protect your physical safety and mental health to work 'so far as is reasonably practicable'.
All of the above
Student Protection - What is a School Safe Person? A School Safe Person is
required by law.
a nominated person in the school community
someone students can raise concerns about their safety and concerns
All of the above
Student Protection - If you have a concern about the safety of a child you must raise your concerns with a staff member
When you have time
When reasonably practicable
Immediately before you leave the school
Workplace Health & Safety (Module 4) - What are your work health and safety duties when volunteering?
To take reasonable care for your own health and safety
To take care to ensure you don't affect the health and safety of others
To carry out your tasks in a safe way
To follow work health and safety instructsions given to you
To cooperate with policies and procedures that relate to work health and safety
To report any injuries, risks and hazards
All of the above
Privacy & Confidentiality (Module 5) - Which statements are true?
Volunteers can take photos of students at school and post online
Volunteers are encouraged to 'friend' or link with students on social media
It is ok to share students personal information with others
Complaining about a teacher online or venting about a frustration with the school online is ok. Everyone does it.
None of the above
Working in our schools (Module 7) - Which of the following statements are true?
Volunteers must inform the school of any serious allergies
Volunteers can smoke on school grounds discreetly
Volunteers should disclose any prescription medicine which may affect their duties, or present a safety risk (for example operation of a vehicle or equipment)
Enclosed footwear should be worn
Uniforms are required for volunteers
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