Train the Trainer: Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse

* Half Price in honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month * 

This 2-day (16 hour) training session reviews, in detail, the special requirements for Mandated Reporters working with children in Indian Country. As this training session is a train-the-trainer model, the training will give additional skills to those experienced personnel and mandated reporters on how to prepare and deliver a Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse Workshop. Attendees will observe a training event led by the course designer and subject matter expert. Then attendees will learn the techniques for preparing for and delivering their own workshop. Attendees will participate in scenarios, develop their own presentations, and present parts of their presentation as part of the training session.

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Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse Workshop

The Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse training workshop is a 4-hour, 6-hour or 8-hour session designed for all individuals who have regular contact or control over children as part of their official duties. This workshop provides an overview of the special requirements for those Mandated Reporters working with children in Indian Country. This training session familiarizes attendees with the common signs of child abuse and their responsibilities as Mandated Reporters. In order to familiarize attendees with recognizing suspected child abuse, scenarios are a key part of the training session. The scenarios also assist attendees in understanding the steps they need to take in order to report suspected child abuse. This course is unique as it also addresses the particular requirements of working with Indian Tribes and tribal organizations.  

The intended audience is anyone who has regular contact with or control over children as part of the professional assignments or volunteer duties.  

After completion of the workshop, attendees will have an understanding of the signs that may indicate child abuse and when and how to report their suspicions.

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