Child abusers tend to gravitate to places that provide easy access to children, so schools are often their preferred hunting ground. That's why training school staff to recognize sexual grooming is critical to protecting your students.
Critical training for all staff who work with students.
Written by expert sexual abuse prevention consultant.
Courses are specifically designed for K-12 school staff.
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Districts should have a strategic child sexual abuse prevention plan in place that includes a rigorous continuous improvement process to minimize risk and limit liability. This course series addresses several key areas of a strategic prevention plan, including raising awareness, educating the school community on signs of grooming and sexual abuse, establishing formal boundaries, and keeping the subject top of mind to help protect your students.
Designed to augment mandated reporter training, which is primarily focused on reporting abuse after-the-fact, these expert-authored micro-learning courses are solely focused on prevention, risky grooming behaviors of child molesters, and boundaries that intercede with those behaviors.
When you implement the micro-learning course series with your school staff, you can help create cultural change by:
Designed with flexibility in mind, you can easily deliver training by assigning individually or conducting group training sessions using the content.
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The following programs in our K-12 Safety and Professional Growth Suite complement our Training Management System and can help make your district an even safer, more effective place to work and learn. And, when you purchase more than one Vector Solutions program, you're eligible for our discount program.
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