Training

General Training
 

4 hours 4 hours

This general training module provides an overview of the California Child Abuse & Neglect Reporting Act, ideal for volunteers and as a precursor for other mandated reporters.

School Personnel

School
Personnel

3 Hours 3 Hours

The School Personnel training satisfies the requirements of AB 1432 and should be taken by every Mandated Reporter that works in a school environment.

Child Care Providers

3 Hours 3 Hours

The Child Care Providers training satisfies the requirements of AB 1207 and should be taken by every Mandated Reporter that works in a licensed child care facility.

Medical Professionals

3 hours 3 hours

The Medical Professionals training focuses on specific situations and concerns related to the evaluation and reporting of child abuse in a healthcare setting.

Mental Health & Social Workers

3 hours 3 hours

The Mental Health & Social Worker training focuses on specific situations and concerns related to the evaluation of child abuse by Pre- and Post-Licensed mental health professionals.

Law Enforcement
 

2 Hours 2 Hours

The Law Enforcement training focuses on specific situations and concerns related to the evaluation and reporting of child abuse by law enforcement.

Clergy
 

2 hours 2 hours

The Clergy focuses on specific situations and concerns related to the evaluation and reporting of child abuse by members of clergy.

What people are saying.

Learning to recognize and report suspected child abuse is not what I had in mind when I volunteered as a Girl Scout troop leader, but I’ve learned what an incredible responsibility I have and opportunity to keep kids safe with the information provided in these training modules. 

Sara Brown, Girl Scout Troop Leader, Fair Oaks

Stop the Abuse.

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

Take Action.

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in the fight to end child abuse.