TargetSolutions has released a new course titled Mandated Reporter Training for California (EDU). This course complies with California's Assembly Bill 1432 and features 7 learning modules with a 10-question exam.
New Course Delivery
By law, all school district employees must report any suspected incidents of abuse, neglect, or exploitation of students. To ensure staff can continue to effectively recognize signs of abuse and respond appropriately, TargetSolutions has released a new course titled Child Abuse: Mandated Reporter Training for California (EDU) with new content specifically for the Golden State.
Now delivered in a video-driven format, personnel taking Child Abuse: Mandated Reporter Training for California (EDU) will be guided by an on-screen instructor with audio lessons and text instructions. As learners progress through each module, engaging visuals and case studies allow them to apply their knowledge to realistic scenarios for better decision-making in the field.
This course covers signs that a child may be in an abusive situation and explains how to respond if you suspect a child is being abused, neglected, or exploited. It discusses appropriate ways to interact with students and what to do if a fellow staff member seems to be acting inappropriately. Upon completing Child Abuse: Mandated Reporter Training for California (EDU), school district staff will be able to accomplish the following:
- Recall key definitions associated with mandated reporting and abuse
- Determine when reporting abuse is necessary
- Describe the procedures for mandated reporting
- Categorize the five types of abuse and neglect
- Identify behaviors that are not child abuse or neglect
- Describe penalties for not reporting suspected child abuse
- Recognize reporting responsibilities for mandated reporters