Abuse prevention training series
Prevention and safety are top of mind for any organization, but particularly those in human services and education. The abuse prevention training series from Hanover Risk Solutions is intended to help a variety of clients and students served by your organization, teaching safe habits, aiding in abuse prevention and more. Designed by Risk Solutions consultants with years of expertise, these free e-learning courses can help your staff recognize a problem -- and take action.
Hear from other training attendees:
It was informative and respectful at the same time, it was empowering to know that I could make a difference.”
Great detail on a difficult subject. Great way to provide initial or refresher training to employees.”
Ease of use of course, good flow of material. It keeps your attention until the end.”
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Child protection part I: child abuse and neglect
Helps participants learn the basics of child abuse prevention: how to recognize child abuse and neglect and all its forms, identify the potential effects on the children they care for, and understand the scope of this tragedy.
Child protection part II: prevention and response strategies
Aids participants in building a child abuse prevention strategy and helps employees and employers to identify their responsibilities, construct safe environments, and respond to allegations.
Mandated reporter responsibilities
Assists employees and volunteers in recognizing their mandated reporter responsibilities and outlines the penalties and protection for workers who are in contact with those who are abused or neglected, and the stressors they face.
Supports adults working with children in their efforts to prevent bullying by describing bullying and its impacts and consequences and identifying effective methods of responding to and preventing bullying.
Preventing abuse of elders
Gives participants the tools they need to recognize the signs of elder abuse as well as understand the scope of abuse in elder populations, and help those in charge begin to develop plans to address abuse and neglect when they’re discovered.
Assists any employee involved in screening and hiring employees and volunteers working with vulnerable persons in building a thorough employee screening process that evaluates each candidate’s ability to keep clients safe.