Child Abuse and Neglect (Child Abuse Mandated Reporter) - Self Learning Module (3 hours)

Learn how to protect children in your early care and education (ECE) program from abuse and neglect. This module addresses how to prevent, identify and report child abuse and neglect. It describes your responsibilities as a mandated reporter as required by the Child Protective Services Law (CPSL). By using the recommended practices, you will help ensure the safety of children in your care.

To complete this module, view the online videos here and explore the links at the end of each topic. Use the resources in the document packet, and complete the Assessment and Reporting Scenarios Packet. You may either download the Assessment and Reporting Scenarios Packet or complete it online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/KQ8L9WG. Follow the instructions in the “Friendly Reminders Box” when you submit your work for ECELS for review for professional development credit.
Document Packet
Glossary

This module is approved for Act 31 and Act 48 credit.

This module addresses the following Core Knowledge Competencies:
• K7.10 C1 Identify the signs and symptoms of child abuse and neglect.
• K7.10 C2 Interpret the differences between physical, sexual, and emotional abuse and neglect.
• K7.11 C1 Name and adhere to the laws and responsibilities associated with being a mandated reporter for suspected child abuse and neglect.
• K7.11 C2 Relate the challenges associated with being a mandated reporter for suspected child abuse and neglect.

Users who complete this module will be able to:
• Apply child abuse and neglect prevention efforts within families and among early care and education professionals
• Identify signs and symptoms of child abuse and neglect (maltreatment)
• Demonstrate knowledge of PA reporting requirements for mandated reporters
• Identify and outline the process of supporting those involved with an abused or neglected child
• Demonstrate the use of nationally recognized resources in the development of policies and procedures

Important Reminders

  • Each module must be independently completed for credit.
  • Effective January 1, 2017, the per person fee will be $15.00 for each module or recorded webinar submitted.    
  • Use the Module and Webinar Payment Form  when submitting for multiple people from one site.

Ready to submit your module to ECELS?
Be sure to include for each person's work:

  • All required module documents.
  • A completed Registration Form
  • Effective January 1, 2017, the per person fee will be $15.00 for each module or recorded webinar submitted.

For more information, please contact ECELS or call 800-243-2357.