Afterhours Core 1.3 Child Safety: Protective Actions
In this course, you will learn how protective actions help ensure the safety of children in present danger. You will learn what components protective actions must include for you to feel confident in their being effective. Of particular importance, you will consider how you decide whether a specific adult can be relied upon to participate and provide safety to the child. Finally, you will put everything you have learned about child safety into practice as you consider a scenario and determine whether present danger exists and, if so, what protective actions might be effective.
Staff newly hired into afterhours, or those who have not been able to attend training specific to afterhours work in the past.
This course is not eligible for Social Work CEUs at this time.
To register for this class, please go to the Washington State Learning Center. If you do not have access to WSLC and would still like to take this class, you can submit an External Registration Request form here. Please allow 1-3 business days for your request to be processed.
Participants register separately for each part of the module but MUST complete each session within the module in order. Participants who have not completed 1.1 and 1.2 will not be allowed to participate in 1.3.
Module 1 Child Safety includes:
- Mandatory Reporter
- Ethics and Confidentiality
- Basics of Present Danger and Protective Actions
- Child Safety: Identifying Present Danger
- Child Safety: Taking Protective Actions