100095 – Speaking Up About Minor Abuse and Neglect (CANRA)
Speaking Up About Minor Abuse and Neglect (CANRA) ensures learners know how to recognize and report suspected abuse and neglect of minor employees under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act (CANRA).
The course introduces learners to their reporting obligations under this law, including what it means to reasonably suspect that abuse or neglect is occurring, the types of conduct that must and should be reported, and consequences and protections for mandatory reporters. Learners also practice recognizing physical and behavioral signs of particular types of abuse and neglect minors may experience, including physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse, willful harming, and neglect. The training provides detailed instructions on how to make a report to child welfare services or local law enforcement. Finally, this course emphasizes the severe adverse effects of abuse and neglect and the resulting importance of speaking up and doing the right thing.
This course is designed for two specific types of mandatory reporters under CANRA: adults who supervise minors, and HR professionals.
Available in:Arabic | Chinese Simplified | Dutch | English | French | French Canadian | German | Italian | Japanese | Korean | Brazilian Portuguese | Russian | Spanish Castilian | Spanish Latin American
Key Terms: abuse | abuse of a minor | California | Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act (CANRA) | child abuse | child protective services (CPS) | child welfare services (CWS) | commercial exploitation of children | commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC) | emotional abuse | human resources (HR) | human resources professional | mandatory reporter | minor abuse | neglect | physical abuse | reasonable suspicion | sexual abuse | sexual assault | subpoena | Suspected Child Abuse Report Form (SCAR Form) | willful harming