Resources Library/ Training & Development
Training and development initiatives help youth protections specialists and youth-serving personnel to adjust their practices for emerging trends and needs in protection minors. These resources provide information about relevant training and development materials for protecting minors in youth programming initiatives.
Child Maltreatment Prevention and Response Training
Description: Training to increase knowledge, improve attitudes and change child-protective behaviors. Appropriate for any adult, this training will teach you how to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse.
Author/Creator: Darkness to Light
Policy and Procedure Training
Description: This course provides the required training for individuals who provide custodial supervision for the care, custody, or control of minors in NC State affiliated programs in compliance with the minors regulation, REG 01.25.18.
Author/Creator: Stacy Fair, NC State University
Description: This document is used as training for those without care, custody, or control responsibilities of minors. It concisely covers different types of abuse and how to report at OSU. It also serves as a training handout for those with care, custody, or control responsibilities, whom take a more comprehensive training online. The document includes standards of behavior in which those with and without care, custody, or control responsibilities are to abide by.
Author/Creator: Lindsay Meyer Bond, The Ohio State University
Safety Training and Resources
Description: Quick reference for Active Shooter preparedness training
Author/Creator: U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security