School Personnel

AB 1432 – California School Personnel: Mandated Reporter Training Update

The Child Abuse Mandated Reporter Training California website team worked with the California Department of Social Services and the California Department of Education to develop a new online training for School Personnel. The new Mandated Reporter Training for School Personnel will satisfy the requirements of AB 1432.

You Will Learn
  • What the law requires of you as a mandated reporter
  • How to spot indicators of possible child abuse or neglect
  • How to talk to children about suspected abuse
  • How to make a report
  • What happens after a report is filed
  • Special issues related to child abuse reporting in the school environment

This training may take you up to 3 hours to complete. You will receive a certificate for your records upon completion of the training. 

*Spanish Language Training Coming in 2019

School Personnel


The new Mandated Reporter Training for School Personnel addresses the specific issues and concerns of educators and staff; satisfies AB 1432.

 1.5 - 3 Hours

Exam
 


At the conclusion of the training you will take a final exam, which will test the information that you have learned during the training.

 0 - 1 Hour

Certificate
 


Upon scoring an 80% or higher you will be issued a certificate, which will serve as proof of your completion of this training.

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

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