Protecting Children: Shine a Light Video for K-12

March 2020 | 1 Comments  Average 5 out of 5

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Everyone who works with children or teens in a K-12 setting has a responsibility to protect the safety and well-being of their students. That's the focus of Shine a Light, a short video designed for temporary employees and volunteers in K-12 schools who have supervised access to children. It covers concrete ways to recognize, prevent, and report sexual misconduct. 

Shine a Light K-12 Screenshot

To provide volunteers with quick access to this video, share the link below:
http://minorsoncampus.ue.org/shine-a-light-k12/

Interested in tracking video views? Visit Learning Launch for more information about managing training in the EduRisk Learning Portal.

If you have volunteers who may have unsupervised access to students, UE recommends our Identifying and Reporting Sexual Misconduct course, which provides a more comprehensive training.


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    This course was very enlightening. There were things I needed to know in order to better protect the children in my care.

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