Mandatory Child Abuse Reporter Training
Professionals and volunteers working with children may suspect situations of child abuse and neglect, or even have a child disclose abuse to them. Sometimes, barriers such as fear of reporting, the inability to recognize all forms of child maltreatment, and vague institutional policies may prevent professionals and volunteers from making a report of child abuse. It’s everyone’s job to keep kids safe. In addition, people who work with, or care for children need to remember that YOU may be a child’s only advocate at the time you report possible abuse or neglect.
After completing the training and taking a short quiz, you will receive a printable certificate.
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Need an In-Person Training?
In addition to our online training, the Children’s Advocacy Center provides training professionals and volunteers serving children on:
- How to identify signs of suspected abuse or neglect
- How to handle a disclosure
- The processes for reporting, and where to report
- What happens after a report is made
This training takes approximately 1-hour. We can come to you if you’re within Pima County, or set-up a Zoom for a virtual training.
For more information, please contact Sarah Reed, Training & Community Outreach Coordinator, at email@example.com.
NEW!! Considering Yourself a Mandated Supporter: A 2-hour Training for School Staff and Educators
This training covers Mandated Reporting Law AND strategies and techniques rooted in the Strengthening Families Protective Factors Framework to offer support to families in dealing with life’s stressors so that children can thrive. Contact Sarah Reed, Training & Community Outreach Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org to set-up a training for your school setting.