ATSILS understands that for our children, safety, wellbeing and development are closely linked to their connections with family, community, culture, language, and Country.
That’s why ATSILS is committed to delivering quality services that can advance and uphold the legal and human rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families to better ensure they stay connected to community, proud in culture and strong in spirit.
Drawing on the core values of share, care & respect, ATSILS has developed a Children & Young People commitment statement to share with clients and communities this National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day and every day. This commitment statement forms part of the ATSILS Workforce Development Strategy and reaffirms our strong commitment to delivering high quality and culturally proficient services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, young people and their families across Queensland.
ATSILS Workforce Development Strategy is informed by our communities, aligns with our contracted service provision requirements for working with children and young people, and is compliant with the Blue Card protective access requirements for workplaces.