Protecting children from child abuse and neglect takes a community effort. Educators, caregivers and professionals may be the first person to recognize suspected child abuse and neglect. It is important to be able to recognize it, and even more important to know the steps to take to report abuse and neglect. This course was developed for the purpose of providing information that will enable you to respond appropriately to suspected child abuse and neglect cases.
Your staff will learn:
Child abuser profiles
To identify neglect and abuse
Consequences of failing to report
Protocols for reporting
For more information or to schedule a class click the link below or call 1-937-353-8811.
Virtually anyone can benefit from this course. It is mandatory for certain professions. Professionals who may take this course are, but not limited to:
Child care workers
Physicians, hospital interns, and residents
Dentists, podiatrists, practitioners of medicine, registered nurses
Other healthcare professionals
School psychologists, independent marriage/family therapists
Administrators or employees of certified child care agencies
Certification Period: 3 years
Training Time: 6 hours
Recert Training Time: 3 hours
Please Note: In-Service Forms are provided for completed training.