Training Institute

Started in 2012, The NYSPCC’s Training Institute is dedicated to equipping children, parents, and professionals with the necessary knowledge and tools to help keep children safe from abuse and neglect. We train and teach in person and virtually across New York but also boast a national and international presence, having trained over 90,000 individuals globally.

Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Services

We use a three-tiered approach to prevention, educating children, parents, and professionals, and supporting youth serving organizations to better protect the children, families, and communities they serve. Explore the prevention services we offer.

Professional Development

We deliver a host of virtual and in-person trainings and educational opportunities designed specifically for social service agencies to increase their capacity and develop their staff. Browse the professional development trainings we offer.

Upcoming Trainings

We offer trainings and educational opportunities for individuals through in-person trainings at The NYSPCC, virtual trainings, and online courses. View our schedule and join us for one of our upcoming trainings.

Handbooks and Resources

We develop and design user-friendly materials that support the work of keeping children and families safe. Check out our helpful handbooks and resources.


We partner with companies, non-profits, institutions and community-based organizations to share and disseminate our knowledge and expertise with the goal of keeping more children safe. Take a look at some of our current and past partnerships.


“Thanks to The NYSPCC’s expert consultation and training services, our staff is more prepared to recognize and respond to any child safety issues that may arise. We couldn’t be more grateful for their services and the impact they had in helping keep the children in our community safe.”-Donna Cohen, MS, LMSW – Head of School, The International Preschool

Donate Today

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.