Child molesters use a seduction process called grooming to create relationships with kids. Learn to recognize and address grooming behavior.
When parents send their children to school, they have a reasonable expectation that their children will be safe, which means that we need to understand how to PREVENT abuse at school, not just report it after the fact. Child molesters use a slow, methodical, seduction process called grooming to create relationships that allow them to abuse without getting caught. In this two-part course, you’ll learn to recognize the grooming so you’ll know when to intercede.
This child sexual abuse prevention course is available with the compliance courses to all Fund Vector Solutions school district members. Vector Solutions offers three versions of this course: one for elementary schools, one for middle schools, and one for high schools.
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If your organization has a Vector Solutions (formerly SafeSchools) account, contact your administrator or Vector Solutions for log in details to access this course. Once you're logged in, search for the course title.
The TASB Risk Management Fund (Fund) wants to be sure that your staff receive the training they need and that it's easy for your administration to track compliance. The Fund collaborates with Vector Solutions to provide their award-winning Vector LMS & Training System to members. Visit Vector Solutions get information on how to sign up.