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Serious Incidents - Reporting and Documenting

Training for Child-Placing Agencies

This training provides a foundation-level overview of the Minimum Standards requirements for Serious Incidents Reporting and Documentation. Through this interactive course learners will become familiar with the Minimum Standards requirements related to serious incidents of youth in care, strategize how to implement compliance best practices at your organization, consider multiple options for compliance in the sample scenario, and process concerns and opportunities for future compliance. Certificates of Completion are provided at the end of the course.

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Serious Incidents Training

Training for Staff at General Residential Operations

This training provides a foundation-level overview of the Minimum Standards requirements for Serious Incidents Reporting and Documentation. Through this interactive, voice-narrated course, learners will become familiar with the Minimum Standards requirements related to serious incidents of youth in care, strategize how to implement compliance best practices at your organization, consider multiple options for compliance in the sample scenario, and process concerns and opportunities for future compliance. Certificates of Completion are provided at the end of the course.

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Duty To Report: Mandated Reporter Requirements and Best Practices

The Texas Center for Child & Family Studies is excited to partner with Praesidium to bring you their Mandated Reporter training! Adults have a moral responsibility—and in many cases a legal responsibility—to report suspected child abuse or neglect. In this course, participants will learn: why reporting is critical, what their legal obligation is to report, what types of conduct must be reported, how to report, and how to respond if a child discloses abuse or neglect.

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