Creating Child Safe Environments: Protecting Children From Sexual Abuse
Creating Child Safe Environments: Protecting Children From Sexual Abuse trains employees, volunteers, and other workplace participants about child sexual abuse and how trainees can help be part of the solution.
Trainees will learn:
- The definition of child sexual abuse
- What acts are considered child sexual abuse
- Victims and targets of child sexual abuse
- The harms of child sexual abuse
- How to recognize the signs of child sexual abuse
- Why victims of child sexual abuse do not report sexual abuse
- Who commits child sexual abuse
- Signs of child sexual abuse perpetrators
- How perpetrators groom targets, caretakers, and communities
- Where and when child sexual abuse can occur
- What to do if child sexual abuse is experienced or witnessed
- How workplace participants can help prevent child sexual abuse
Risks and Subjects Covered:
- What constitutes child sexual abuse: including identifying the physical and emotional signs of child sexual abuse.
- Child safety risks: the types of conduct that create unsafe child environments; children that perpetrators target; grooming techniques of perpetrators, including the use of alcohol, drugs and porn; and the harm of child sexual abuse to victims, families, employers, and society.
- Risks of improper online behavior: including using the Internet to groom targets and the harms of child pornography.
- Creating and maintaining child safe environments: including following policies and procedures; online, physical, emotional, and communication boundaries with children and how to report child sexual abuse.
Audience: All employees
Format: On-demand video, compatible with iOS devices
Length: 50-55 minutes
Trainer Available: Yes. Questions are received and answered via email from McCalmon trainers.
Testing: Yes. Includes a pre- and post-questionnaire of five questions.
Certificate of Completion: Yes
Written Materials: Yes
Interactive scenarios: Yes
Closed captioning: Yes
Customizable: Yes. The module can be changed to incorporate organizational policies and procedures; state or regulatory statutes, and can be adapted to other languages.
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