April 15, 2015
2:00 pm Eastern Time
Early Childhood & Special Education Initiatives, Center for Technology in Education (CTE), Johns Hopkins University School of Education
This session is sponsored by MyChild Daily Reports, Hot Topics for ECE Administrators Series.
This workshop addresses, head-on, the many challenges and obstacles that staff and programs encounter when implementing child abuse reporting policies and procedures. During this session, participants will learn about, discuss and develop strategies to ensure consistent, confidential, and effective reporting of suspected child abuse. Participants will also learn how to plan and implement local reporting policies and procedures, overcome obstacles to reporting, and devise strategies to support mandated reporters.
Early care and education professionals play a key role in the reporting of suspected child abuse. Learn why mandated reporters may not consistently report suspected child abuse. Explore the issues, obstacles and barriers created by local program reporting policies and procedures that may result in suspected abuse going unreported. This workshop is targeted to program directors, administrators and managers and those responsible for implementing reporting procedures. The focus “is not” on the identification of child abuse.
All sessions are 1.5 hours long, and include a brief announcement from our sponsor.
2:oo PM – 3:30 PM Eastern Time.
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