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.

It's my responsibility. I spend a lot of time with them. I may be the only one who notices - the only one who can make a difference.  

Mr. Smithfield, 4th Grade Teacher, Santa Rosa, CA

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danger of abuse or neglect,
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