Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting Online Course - 2 CE Hours

Price: $19.95


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Child Abuse Recognitions and Reporting (2 CE's) 

The following 2 CE course is required for Pennsylvania LMT's to take at every renewal period. This course is approved by the PA Department of State

The Child Protective Services Law (CPSL) was signed into law in 1970g. CPSL provides the parameters for investigation of reports of suspected child abuse, as well as reports of children in need of General Protective Services. The PA Child Protective Services Law (CPSL) was enacted to protect children from abuse, allow the opportunity for healthy growth and development and, whenever possible, preserve and stabilize the family.

  • In 2014, Act 31 was singed into Pennsylvania Law by  LMT's are now considered Mandated Reporters of suspected child abuse.
  • This workshop covers all relevant material to understanding the law, your responsibilities as a mandated reporter, and the reporting process. 
  • This workshop is approved by the Pennsylvania Department of State. Once you have completed the course we will forward a certificate of completion to you as well as to the PA Massage Therapy Board.

*Please note you will be asked to provice your PA Massage License #, the last four digits of your social security # and your date of birth when you purchase this course. We need this information in order for us to provide proof that you have completed this class to the PA Massage Therapy Board.

Course objectives
Understand the structure and function of Child Welfare and Child Protective Services in PA
Understand the purpose of the Child Protective Services Law and recent changes
Understand the difference between General Protective Services and Child Protective Services
Understand who is considered a perpetrator
Understand categories of child abuse and exclusions
Understand what and who is a mandated reporter
Understand the role of Attorneys, privileged vs confidential communications
Know when you are required to make a report
Learn how to report suspected child abuse
Understand your protection as a mandated reporter
Understand the penalties for not-reporting / failure to report
Learn to recognize indicators and signs of child abuse

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