The National Centre for Action on Child Sexual Abuse is conducting a survey to inform their understanding of the learning, training and development priorities for practitioners and organisations who work with children, young people or adults who have experienced or been impacted by child sexual abuse and harmful sexual behaviours. This extends to those who have a responsibility for protecting children and young people from harm. The survey is designed to be completed by anyone who directly provides services and supports to children, young people or adults extending to those who have a responsibility for protecting children and young people from harm. This includes but is not limited to those who work in a range of settings and sectors such as Police and Legal, Child and Family Welfare, Child Protection, Health including Mental Health, Schools and Early Education and Care, Disability, Aged Care, General Practice, and Emergency Services. Take the survey.