Protecting Children Learning Program for Higher Ed

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Educators have a responsibility to protect the well-being of minors. This learning program will help educators and adults learn how to recognize, prevent, and report sexual misconduct. It includes online courses for educators, a short video for employees or volunteers that don’t work directly with children, as well as checklists, guides, and publications.

This course contains required content that may be upsetting to learners.

Identifying and Reporting Sexual Misconduct will help learners:

  • Recognize warning signs manifested by abused children
  • Describe specific characteristics of predators
  • Identify danger areas where abuse can take place
  • List rules of conduct for working with children
  • Apply proper boundaries in educator/student relationships
  • Detail specific steps to report abuse situations

Hiring Staff Who Work With Minors describes the importance of your institution’s commitment to protecting children and teens. It covers best practices for screening and hiring people who will work with children, such as:

  • Screening applicants
  • Conducting background checks
  • Conducting interviews
  • Performing reference checks
  • Spotting common red flags

Shine a Light will help learners:

  • Recognize the warning signs of abuse in situations involving children and teens
  • Detect “red flag” behaviors manifested by victims and perpetrators
  • Distinguish the locations where abuse is more likely to take place
  • Determine when and where to report abuse situations

 

All employees at higher education institutions who work with children can benefit from this learning program. Those who do not work directly with children are encouraged to watch the Shine a Light video.

 

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    Educators have a responsibility to protect the well-being of minors. This learning program will help educators and adults learn how to recognize, prevent, and report sexual misconduct. It includes online courses for educators, a short video for employees or volunteers that don’t work directly with children, as well as checklists, guides, and publications.

    This course contains required content that may be upsetting to learners.

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    Identifying and Reporting Sexual Misconduct will help learners:

    • Recognize warning signs manifested by abused children
    • Describe specific characteristics of predators
    • Identify danger areas where abuse can take place
    • List rules of conduct for working with children
    • Apply proper boundaries in educator/student relationships
    • Detail specific steps to report abuse situations

    Hiring Staff Who Work With Minors describes the importance of your institution’s commitment to protecting children and teens. It covers best practices for screening and hiring people who will work with children, such as:

    • Screening applicants
    • Conducting background checks
    • Conducting interviews
    • Performing reference checks
    • Spotting common red flags

    Shine a Light will help learners:

    • Recognize the warning signs of abuse in situations involving children and teens
    • Detect “red flag” behaviors manifested by victims and perpetrators
    • Distinguish the locations where abuse is more likely to take place
    • Determine when and where to report abuse situations

     

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    All employees at higher education institutions who work with children can benefit from this learning program. Those who do not work directly with children are encouraged to watch the Shine a Light video.

     

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