Mandatory Reporting Toolkit (eLearning)

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Participants in this e-learning will learn about the role of mandatory reporters in identifying possible child abuse and neglect, and in reporting these concerns. The training reviews possible indicators of child abuse and neglect, and common situations that cause mandatory reporters to call in a report. Participants will consider the impact of biases on reporting possible child abuse and neglect, and learn about the problem of racial disproportionality in our state’s child welfare system. The federal requirement that Indian heritage and affiliation with Federally recognized tribes must be identified is also explained. Lastly, the training reviews how to contact Children’s Administration to make a report, what information to have available, and what happens once a report has been made are also addressed.

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Caregivers, Social Workers, Supervisors, Area Administrators

Audience Description

Mandatory reporters.

Registration Instructions

Click HERE to launch this eLearning. At the end of the eLearning you will be able to print a Certificate of Completion for your records and/or to email to your licensor.