Training

General Training
 

2 hours 2 hours

General training provides an overview of the California Child Abuse & Neglect Reporting Act, non-profession specific and ideal as a precursor for other courses.
Spanish course now available.

School
Personnel

4 Hours 4 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.
Spanish course now available.

Child Care Providers
 

4 Hours 4 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. Spanish course now available.

Medical Professionals
 

4 hours 4 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

4 hours 4 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
 

3 Hours 3 Hours

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

Clergy
 

3 hours 3 hours

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

Volunteers
 

2 hours 2 hours

Ideal for volunteers, this training provides an overview of the California Child Abuse & Neglect Reporting Act, including significant definitions, requirements and protections.

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.

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