• Educators have a responsibility to protect the well-being of minors.

    This learning program provides best practices for preventing incidents of sexual misconduct and for responding properly when allegations are made. Those involved with internships, student teaching, or other programs requiring interaction with minors will benefit from this learning program.


    Course: Identifying and Reporting Sexual Misconduct

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    Topics covered:
    - Predators
    - Warning signs
    - Danger areas
    - Boundaries
    - Codes of conduct
    - Reporting

    Audience: Faculty, staff, and supervisors who work directly with children


    Course: Hiring Staff Who Work With Minors

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    Topics covered:
    - Hiring practices and background checks
    - Investigations
    - Discipline

    Audience: Faculty, staff, and supervisors who serve as hiring managers



    Video: Shine a Light

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    This short video covers the warning signs of sexual abuse by adults, specific locations to keep an eye on, and concrete steps for reporting incidents or suspicions.

    Audience: Faculty, staff, and supervisors who do not work directly with children



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    Our learning programs can be tailored to incorporate your institution’s policies, logo, and colors. This allows the online learning experience to integrate with other training initiatives, better fit the campus culture, and improve training rollout, implementation, and completion rates. Learn More


  • It was informative and well-constructed. The presentation method used was engaging, effective, and kept my attention throughout. It made a very difficult subject surprisingly absorbing.
    - Protecting Children course participant