Welcome to Child Abuse Mandated Reporter Training.

Who Should Report

Free training available for mandated child abuse reporters.

Free training available for mandated child abuse reporters.

School Personnel

School
Personnel

3 Hours 3 Hours

The School Personnel training module is all inclusive, school staff profession specific, and should be taken by every Mandated Reporter that works in a school environment.

Child Care Providers

3 Hours 3 Hours

The new Mandated Reporter Training for Child Care Workers is a stand alone training that satisfies the requirements of AB 1207. General training completion not required.

Medical Professionals

3 hours 3 hours

The Medical Professionals module includes vignettes and is self-paced. At the conclusion of the training you will take a final test that requires an 80% or higher score to pass.

Mental Health & Social Workers

3 hours 3 hours

The Social Worker & Mental Health Professionals module includes vignettes and is self-paced. Concludes with a final test that requires an 80% or higher score to pass.

Law Enforcement
 

2 Hours 2 Hours

The Law Enforcement module includes vignettes and is self-paced. At the conclusion of the training you will take a final test that requires an 80% or higher score to pass.

Clergy
 

2 hours 2 hours

The Clergy module includes vignettes and is self-paced. At the conclusion of the training you will take a final test that requires an 80% or higher score to pass.

General Training

4 hours 4 hours

A training module designed to address the roles of volunteers and others with mandated reporting requirements. This training may be a precursor requirement for other training modules.

Why you should care.

Stop the Abuse.

If you suspect that a child is in
danger of abuse or neglect,
report it.
 

Take Action.

Discover ways you can be active
in the fight to end child abuse.