Warning Signs: Child Sexual Abuse
Every individual who is involved with children has the obligation of knowing how to protect them from harm. Self-education is the first step an educator can take against the problem of child maltreatment, including child sexual abuse. (Child Welfare Information Gateway, 2003) This course will offer you awareness, understanding, and prevention strategies on the subject of child sexual abuse.
Created by Marci Buckles, Workforce Training Consultant, UM Health & Medicine/Schools of Social Work, Center for Children, Families and Workforce Development
How to Enroll: Visit Warning Signs: Child Sexual Abuse on the Teacher Learning HubView common abbreviations list
OPI Learning Hub, firstname.lastname@example.org
|Target Group||Early Childhood, K - 2, 3 - 5, 6 - 8, 9 - 12|
|Renewal Units/Credit||2 OPI Renewal Units|