The Training Institute
In 2018, The NYSPCC’s Training Institute trained 1,670 professionals on preventing child sexual abuse, identifying and reporting suspected cases of child abuse and neglect, best practice models for child protective services, and managing secondary traumatic stress.
To date, the Training Institute has trained over 67,000 professionals.
The Training Institute staff conducts training sessions for child-welfare agencies, schools, community groups, and others interested in learning best practice approaches to child protection. These trainings can be conducted locally, within the NYC community, as well as nationally. The Training Institute can customize any of its trainings to better meet the needs of the host organization.
The Training Institute provides consultation to staff on the appropriate response to child safety issues that arise within the service community. Services include: case consultation, administrative policy review, and training.
The Training Institute arranges child safety sessions in the workplace on a variety of important child safety topics. These include: infant sleep safety, child safety in the home, bullying prevention, protecting children from sexual abuse, and protecting children from domestic violence.
The Training Institute can provide child safety presentations to parent groups, schools, universities/colleges, and general audiences focusing on issues of child safety, recognizing the signs and symptoms of child abuse and neglect, bullying prevention, infant sleep safety, preventing neglect, and internet safety tips for parents.
Find out more about our Training Institute:
• Training Institute Courses
• Identifying and Reporting Child Abuse & Neglect Training (Online, In-Person, & Correspondence Course)
• Stand Up, Don’t Stand By: Protect Children from Domestic Violence
• Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Education (For Children, Parents, & Professionals)
• The NYSPCC’s Professionals’ Handbooks
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