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Child Abuse in an Educational Setting

This course is for all School Board Members, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Speech-Language Pathologists, Nurses, Resource Officers and Teachers Aides who are employed or contracted to work in an educational setting in both public and private schools across New York State. This course can also be taken by other school personnel who have fulfilled the training requirement for mandated reporting under Social Services Law. This 1-hour, interactive online course teaches school personnel how to recognize and report child abuse in an educational setting in accordance with New York State’s 2018 Amendment to Education Law Article 23-B. Following completion of this course, participants will receive a receipt of completion to satisfy the state's training requirements that should be kept for one’s own records and given to the appropriate school administrator(s).
  • CE Contact Hours Earned: N/A
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  • Cost: $30
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Donating $500 provides a two-hour training session to teach up to 30 teachers and child welfare professionals how to identify and report child abuse and neglect.