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Welcome to the Children’s Law Center training registration system. From this page, you can find current training sessions and additional information about each session. To register for a course, you must create an online account. This account will retain records of your registered and completed courses. It will also make registering for future training sessions easier. Once you have created an account, you can log in to access your training records, register for an upcoming training, or manage your account. Please Note: Some training sessions are offered on more than one date, so be sure to check the date(s) of the training before you register.


Current Available Training Sessions

To view more information about a training session, please click on the training session title.

Advanced Refresher Mandated Reporter Training Session #5

Date: 2023-02-15

Time: 9:00 AM

Description: The Advanced Refresher Mandated Reporter Training includes a review on the role and responsibilities of the mandated reporter, long term consequences of child abuse and neglect, and recent legislative changes to the statutes that govern mandated reporting. This training will also introduce a new Children’s Law Center publication regarding frequently asked questions, and participants will work through an advanced reporting scenario exercise. This two-hour course is designed for individuals who have already attended a Children’s Law Center Mandated Reporter training or Train the Trainer session. The purpose of this training is to enhance your existing knowledge on the topic of mandated reporting.


Advanced Refresher Mandated Reporter Training Session #6

Date: 2023-02-15

Time: 12:00 PM

Description: The Advanced Refresher Mandated Reporter Training includes a review on the role and responsibilities of the mandated reporter, long term consequences of child abuse and neglect, and recent legislative changes to the statutes that govern mandated reporting. This training will also introduce a new Children’s Law Center publication regarding frequently asked questions, and participants will work through an advanced reporting scenario exercise. This two-hour course is designed for individuals who have already attended a Children’s Law Center Mandated Reporter training or Train the Trainer session. The purpose of this training is to enhance your existing knowledge on the topic of mandated reporting.


Child Death Investigations: The Basics (In-Person)

Date: 2023-01-09

Time: 8:30 am

Description: This is a 1-day, in-person training that focuses on the basics of child death investigations. Topics will include causes and manners of child deaths; response and review of a child death, to include an overview of the Child Death Investigation Task Force; proper procedures for conducting reenactments; interviewing parents/caregivers and witnesses; collecting, documenting, and preserving evidence; procedures for photographic documentation; documenting investigative findings; multi-disciplinary coordination of investigations; and the appropriate roles of DSS and law enforcement. Applicable definitions from the Children’s Code and criminal statutes will also be addressed. *This is the same content that is offered as a 3-part, virtual training. It is being offered both virtually and in-person to suit the individual learning needs of attendees. This training will be offered free of charge at the Children’s Law Center’s Training Center, located at 1114 Pickens St. Columbia, SC 29208.


Child Death Investigations: The Basics (In-Person)

Date: 2023-04-05

Time: 8:30 am

Description: This is a 1-day, in-person training that focuses on the basics of child death investigations. Topics will include causes and manners of child deaths; response and review of a child death, to include an overview of the Child Death Investigation Task Force; proper procedures for conducting reenactments; interviewing parents/caregivers and witnesses; collecting, documenting, and preserving evidence; procedures for photographic documentation; documenting investigative findings; multi-disciplinary coordination of investigations; and the appropriate roles of DSS and law enforcement. Applicable definitions from the Children’s Code and criminal statutes will also be addressed. *This is the same content that is offered as a 3-part, virtual training. It is being offered both virtually and in-person to suit the individual learning needs of attendees. This training will be offered free of charge at the Children’s Law Center’s Training Center, located at 1114 Pickens St. Columbia, SC 29208.


Child Death Investigations: The Basics (In-Person)

Date: 2023-05-08

Time: 8:30 am

Description: This is a 1-day, in-person training that focuses on the basics of child death investigations. Topics will include causes and manners of child deaths; response and review of a child death, to include an overview of the Child Death Investigation Task Force; proper procedures for conducting reenactments; interviewing parents/caregivers and witnesses; collecting, documenting, and preserving evidence; procedures for photographic documentation; documenting investigative findings; multi-disciplinary coordination of investigations; and the appropriate roles of DSS and law enforcement. Applicable definitions from the Children’s Code and criminal statutes will also be addressed. *This is the same content that is offered as a 3-part, virtual training. It is being offered both virtually and in-person to suit the individual learning needs of attendees. This training will be offered free of charge at the Children’s Law Center’s Training Center, located at 1114 Pickens St. Columbia, SC 29208.


Child Death Investigations: The Basics (Virtual)

Date: 2023-02-13

Time: 1:30 PM

Description: This is a 3-part, virtual training that focuses on the basics of child death investigations. This training will be broken up into 3, 2-hour blocks. Topics will include causes and manners of child deaths; response and review of a child death, to include an overview of the Child Death Investigation Task Force; proper procedures for conducting reenactments; interviewing parents/caregivers and witnesses; collecting, documenting, and preserving evidence; procedures for photographic documentation; documenting investigative findings; multi-disciplinary coordination of investigations; and the appropriate roles of DSS and law enforcement. Applicable definitions from the Children’s Code and criminal statutes will also be addressed. *This is the same content that is offered as a 1-day, in-person training. It is being offered both virtually and in-person to suit the individual learning needs of attendees. This training will be offered online.


Child Death Investigations: The Basics (Virtual)

Date: 2023-03-06

Time: 1:30 PM

Description: This is a 3-part, virtual training that focuses on the basics of child death investigations. This training will be broken up into 3, 2-hour blocks. Topics will include causes and manners of child deaths; response and review of a child death, to include an overview of the Child Death Investigation Task Force; proper procedures for conducting reenactments; interviewing parents/caregivers and witnesses; collecting, documenting, and preserving evidence; procedures for photographic documentation; documenting investigative findings; multi-disciplinary coordination of investigations; and the appropriate roles of DSS and law enforcement. Applicable definitions from the Children’s Code and criminal statutes will also be addressed. *This is the same content that is offered as a 1-day, in-person training. It is being offered both virtually and in-person to suit the individual learning needs of attendees. This training will be offered online.


Child Physical Abuse and Neglect Investigations: The Basics (In-person)

Date: 2023-03-20

Time: 8:45 am

Description: This training focuses on the basics of child physical abuse and neglect investigations with an emphasis on multidisciplinary coordination. The training will begin with a focus on understanding the prevalence of child abuse and neglect, recognizing red flags and risk factors, distinguishing between inflicted and accidental injuries, the emergency protective custody process, and interviewing. In the interviewing segment of the training, we will begin with a review of general techniques of interviewing and then broaden the discussion to include all individuals that need to be interviewed and the questions that should be asked in a comprehensive investigation. The training will also cover proper documentation and evidence collection and a discussion of applicable definitions of abuse and neglect and criminal laws. *This is the same content that is offered as a 2-part, virtual training. It is being offered both virtually and in-person to suit the individual learning needs of attendees. DSS staff must register in SCEIS prior to registering here.


Child Physical Abuse and Neglect Investigations: The Basics (In-person)

Date: 2023-05-22

Time: 8:45 am

Description: This training focuses on the basics of child physical abuse and neglect investigations with an emphasis on multidisciplinary coordination. The training will begin with a focus on understanding the prevalence of child abuse and neglect, recognizing red flags and risk factors, distinguishing between inflicted and accidental injuries, the emergency protective custody process, and interviewing. In the interviewing segment of the training, we will begin with a review of general techniques of interviewing and then broaden the discussion to include all individuals that need to be interviewed and the questions that should be asked in a comprehensive investigation. The training will also cover proper documentation and evidence collection and a discussion of applicable definitions of abuse and neglect and criminal laws. *This is the same content that is offered as a 2-part, virtual training. It is being offered both virtually and in-person to suit the individual learning needs of attendees. DSS staff must register in SCEIS before registering here.


Child Physical Abuse and Neglect Investigations: The Basics (In-Person)

Date: 2023-02-07

Time: 8:45 AM

Description: This training focuses on the basics of child physical abuse and neglect investigations with an emphasis on multidisciplinary coordination. The training will begin with a focus on understanding the prevalence of child abuse and neglect, recognizing red flags and risk factors, distinguishing between inflicted and accidental injuries, the emergency protective custody process, and interviewing. In the interviewing segment of the training, we will begin with a review of general techniques of interviewing and then broaden the discussion to include all individuals that need to be interviewed and the questions that should be asked in a comprehensive investigation. The training will also cover proper documentation and evidence collection and a discussion of applicable definitions of abuse and neglect and criminal laws. *This is the same content that is offered as a 2-part, virtual training. It is being offered both virtually and in-person to suit the individual learning needs of attendees. This training will be held at the Children’s Law Center’s Training Center, 1114 Pickens Street, Columbia, SC 29208.


Child Physical Abuse and Neglect Investigations: The Basics (Part 1, Virtual)

Date: 2023-01-23

Time: 1:00 pm

Description: This two-part virtual training focuses on the basics of child physical abuse and neglect investigations with an emphasis on multidisciplinary coordination. Part I of the training will focus on understanding the prevalence of child abuse and neglect, recognizing red flags and risk factors, distinguishing between inflicted and accidental injuries, the emergency protective custody process, and interviewing. In the interviewing segment of the training, we will begin with a review of general techniques of interviewing and then broaden the discussion to include all the individuals that need to be interviewed for a comprehensive investigation and the questions that should be asked. Part II will focus on proper documentation and evidence collection and a discussion of applicable definitions of abuse and neglect and criminal laws. This registration is only for Part 1 of the training. You must register separately for Part 2. *This is the same content that is offered as an in-person training. It is being offered both virtually and in-person to suit the individual learning needs of attendees.


Child Physical Abuse and Neglect Investigations: The Basics (Part 2, Virtual)

Date: 2023-01-24

Time: 1:00 pm

Description: This two-part virtual training focuses on the basics of child physical abuse and neglect investigations with an emphasis on multidisciplinary coordination. Part I of the training will focus on understanding the prevalence of child abuse and neglect, recognizing red flags and risk factors, distinguishing between inflicted and accidental injuries, the emergency protective custody process, and interviewing. In the interviewing segment of the training, we will begin with a review of general techniques of interviewing and then broaden the discussion to include all the individuals that need to be interviewed for a comprehensive investigation and the questions that should be asked. Part II will focus on proper documentation and evidence collection and a discussion of applicable definitions of abuse and neglect and criminal laws. This registration is for Part 2 only. You must register separately for Part 1. *This is the same content that is offered as an in-person training. It is being offered both virtually and in-person to suit the individual learning needs of attendees.


Child Sexual Abuse Investigations: The Basics (In-person)

Date: 2023-02-06

Time: 9:00 am

Description: This training focuses on the basics of child sexual abuse investigations with an emphasis on multidisciplinary coordination. The training will begin with an explanation of the roles and function of the multidisciplinary team (MDT), the dynamics of child sexual abuse, legal issues in child sexual abuse cases such as applicable definitions from the S.C. Children’s Code and related criminal statutes, common evidentiary hearsay exceptions used in child abuse cases, and unique child hearsay statutory exceptions. The training will then cover interviewing techniques, and methods and strategies to corroborate a child’s disclosure of abuse. *This training is the same content that is offered as a 2-part virtual training. It is being offered both virtually and in-person to suit the individual learning needs of attendees. DSS staff must first register in SCEIS before register with us.


Child Sexual Abuse Investigations: The Basics (In-person)

Date: 2023-06-12

Time: 9:00 am

Description: This training focuses on the basics of child sexual abuse investigations with an emphasis on multidisciplinary coordination. The training will begin with an explanation of the roles and function of the multidisciplinary team (MDT), the dynamics of child sexual abuse, legal issues in child sexual abuse cases such as applicable definitions from the S.C. Children’s Code and related criminal statutes, common evidentiary hearsay exceptions used in child abuse cases, and unique child hearsay statutory exceptions. The training will then cover interviewing techniques, and methods and strategies to corroborate a child’s disclosure of abuse. *This training is the same content that is offered as a 2-part virtual training. It is being offered both virtually and in-person to suit the individual learning needs of attendees. DSS staff must register in SCEIS first, before registering here.


Child Sexual Abuse Investigations: The Basics (Part 1: Virtual Training)

Date: 2023-03-15

Time: 1:00 pm

Description: This two-part virtual training focuses on the basics of child sexual abuse investigations with an emphasis on multidisciplinary coordination. Part I of the training will focus on the roles and function of the multidisciplinary team (MDT), the dynamics of child sexual abuse, legal issues in child sexual abuse cases such as applicable definitions from the S.C. Children’s Code and related criminal statutes, common evidentiary hearsay exceptions used in child abuse cases, and unique child hearsay statutory exceptions. Part II will focus on interviewing techniques and methods and strategies to corroborate a child’s disclosure of abuse. *This training is the same content that is offered as a 1-day in-person training. It is being offered both virtually and in-person to suit the individual learning needs of attendees.


Child Sexual Abuse Investigations: The Basics (Part 2: Virtual Training)

Date: 2023-03-16

Time: 1:00 pm

Description: This two-part virtual training focuses on the basics of child sexual abuse investigations with an emphasis on multidisciplinary coordination. Part I of the training will focus on the roles and function of the multidisciplinary team (MDT), the dynamics of child sexual abuse, legal issues in child sexual abuse cases such as applicable definitions from the S.C. Children’s Code and related criminal statutes, common evidentiary hearsay exceptions used in child abuse cases, and unique child hearsay statutory exceptions. Part II will focus on interviewing techniques and methods and strategies to corroborate a child’s disclosure of abuse. *This training is the same content that is offered as a 1-day in-person training. It is being offered both virtually and in-person to suit the individual learning needs of attendees. If you wish to attend Part 1 of this training, you must register for that separately.


Communication Challenges with Special Populations of Children (RECORDED WEBINAR)

Date: 2020-12-04

Time: 12:00 AM

Description:

This previously recorded 2-part webinar series is a multidisciplinary training designed for professionals who may have contact with potentially abused or neglected children with communication barriers. This includes children with autism, speech impairments, intellectual disabilities, visual impairments or blindness, and trauma- induced communication barriers; and children who are deaf or hard of hearing. The training will provide participants with a basic overview of these disabilities, communication challenges that may be encountered, and strategies to effectively communicate with these children. Presenters include staff from Family Connections S.C., S.C. Department of Education, S.C. Department of Health and Human Services, S.C. School for the Deaf and the Blind, and Impact Clinical Consulting. Participants will also receive contact list of resource professionals in South Carolina who are available for consultation if needed.


Conducting Reenactments in Child Death Investigations

Date: 2023-01-10

Time: 8:30 AM

Description: This is a 1-day, in-person training that focuses on conducting reenactments with caregivers in child death investigations and incorporates hands-on practice in a mock crime scene apartment. This training begins with a review of the fundamentals of reenactments. Additional topics will include identifying the placer and finder; adapting reenactment techniques to a variety of scenarios; and identifying documentation techniques and challenges. Participants will each be assigned a scenario involving an unexpected child death. Using a demonstration doll, participants will walk through the reenactment process with an actor, or actors, portraying the child’s caregiver(s). Simulation trainings aim to mimic the conditions and content of the tasks that an investigator will confront in real life situations and allows individuals to practice their skills and receive feedback without real-world consequences. Participants will receive a demonstration doll to take back with them to their office to use in future investigations. This training will be offered at the Children’s Law Center’s Training Center, located at 1114 Pickens St. Columbia, SC 29208.


Conducting Reenactments in Child Death Investigations

Date: 2023-02-21

Time: 8:30 AM

Description: This is a 1-day, in-person training that focuses on conducting reenactments with caregivers in child death investigations and incorporates hands-on practice in a mock crime scene apartment. This training begins with a review of the fundamentals of reenactments. Additional topics will include identifying the placer and finder; adapting reenactment techniques to a variety of scenarios; and identifying documentation techniques and challenges. Participants will each be assigned a scenario involving an unexpected child death. Using a demonstration doll, participants will walk through the reenactment process with an actor, or actors, portraying the child’s caregiver(s). Simulation trainings aim to mimic the conditions and content of the tasks that an investigator will confront in real life situations and allows individuals to practice their skills and receive feedback without real-world consequences. Participants will receive a demonstration doll to take back with them to their office to use in future investigations. This training will be offered at the Children’s Law Center’s Training Center, located at 1114 Pickens St. Columbia, SC 29208.


Conducting Reenactments in Child Death Investigations

Date: 2023-03-21

Time: 8:30 AM

Description: This is a 1-day, in-person training that focuses on conducting reenactments with caregivers in child death investigations and incorporates hands-on practice in a mock crime scene apartment. This training begins with a review of the fundamentals of reenactments. Additional topics will include identifying the placer and finder; adapting reenactment techniques to a variety of scenarios; and identifying documentation techniques and challenges. Participants will each be assigned a scenario involving an unexpected child death. Using a demonstration doll, participants will walk through the reenactment process with an actor, or actors, portraying the child’s caregiver(s). Simulation trainings aim to mimic the conditions and content of the tasks that an investigator will confront in real life situations and allows individuals to practice their skills and receive feedback without real-world consequences. Participants will receive a demonstration doll to take back with them to their office to use in future investigations. This training will be offered at the Children’s Law Center’s Training Center, located at 1114 Pickens St. Columbia, SC 29208.


Conducting Reenactments in Child Death Investigations

Date: 2023-04-17

Time: 8:30 AM

Description: This is a 1-day, in-person training that focuses on conducting reenactments with caregivers in child death investigations and incorporates hands-on practice in a mock crime scene apartment. This training begins with a review of the fundamentals of reenactments. Additional topics will include identifying the placer and finder; adapting reenactment techniques to a variety of scenarios; and identifying documentation techniques and challenges. Participants will each be assigned a scenario involving an unexpected child death. Using a demonstration doll, participants will walk through the reenactment process with an actor, or actors, portraying the child’s caregiver(s). Simulation trainings aim to mimic the conditions and content of the tasks that an investigator will confront in real life situations and allows individuals to practice their skills and receive feedback without real-world consequences. Participants will receive a demonstration doll to take back with them to their office to use in future investigations. This training will be offered at the Children’s Law Center’s Training Center, located at 1114 Pickens St. Columbia, SC 29208.


Conducting Reenactments in Child Death Investigations

Date: 2023-05-23

Time: 8:30 AM

Description: This is a 1-day, in-person training that focuses on conducting reenactments with caregivers in child death investigations and incorporates hands-on practice in a mock crime scene apartment. This training begins with a review of the fundamentals of reenactments. Additional topics will include identifying the placer and finder; adapting reenactment techniques to a variety of scenarios; and identifying documentation techniques and challenges. Participants will each be assigned a scenario involving an unexpected child death. Using a demonstration doll, participants will walk through the reenactment process with an actor, or actors, portraying the child’s caregiver(s). Simulation trainings aim to mimic the conditions and content of the tasks that an investigator will confront in real life situations and allows individuals to practice their skills and receive feedback without real-world consequences. Participants will receive a demonstration doll to take back with them to their office to use in future investigations. This training will be offered at the Children’s Law Center’s Training Center, located at 1114 Pickens St. Columbia, SC 29208.


Conducting Reenactments in Child Death Investigations

Date: 2023-06-20

Time: 8:30 AM

Description: This is a 1-day, in-person training that focuses on conducting reenactments with caregivers in child death investigations and incorporates hands-on practice in a mock crime scene apartment. This training begins with a review of the fundamentals of reenactments. Additional topics will include identifying the placer and finder; adapting reenactment techniques to a variety of scenarios; and identifying documentation techniques and challenges. Participants will each be assigned a scenario involving an unexpected child death. Using a demonstration doll, participants will walk through the reenactment process with an actor, or actors, portraying the child’s caregiver(s). Simulation trainings aim to mimic the conditions and content of the tasks that an investigator will confront in real life situations and allows individuals to practice their skills and receive feedback without real-world consequences. Participants will receive a demonstration doll to take back with them to their office to use in future investigations. This training will be offered at the Children’s Law Center’s Training Center, located at 1114 Pickens St. Columbia, SC 29208.


Guardian Ad Litem Training: Drug Screens for GALs

Date: 2022-12-09

Time: 9:00 AM

Description: This training, offered exclusively for current guardians and attorneys with the Cass Elias McCarter Guardian ad Litem Program and Richland County CASA Program, will provide participants with education and resources regarding drug screens and how that knowledge can better inform the work being done with youth and families in the child welfare system. These sessions will have live exercises and time for discussion to ensure that those who complete the training will have enhanced knowledge to better support youth in their cases. This training will be offered on a virtual platform. The links will be sent to each registrant near the date of the training.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - Berkeley-Dorchester SCVRD

Date: 2023-01-23

Time: 2:00 PM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - Cherrydale Elementary School

Date: 2023-01-18

Time: 3:00 PM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - Conway-Georgetown SCVRD

Date: 2022-12-15

Time: 2:30 PM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - DSS Economic Services

Date: 2023-02-28

Time: 9:30 AM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - DSS Economic Services

Date: 2023-03-29

Time: 9:30 AM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - DSS Economic Services

Date: 2023-05-23

Time: 9:30 AM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - DSS Economic Services

Date: 2023-06-14

Time: 9:30 AM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - DSS Economic Services

Date: 2023-07-25

Time: 9:30 AM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - DSS Economic Services

Date: 2023-09-12

Time: 9:30 AM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - DSS Economic Services

Date: 2023-10-17

Time: 9:30 AM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - DSS Economic Services

Date: 2023-11-14

Time: 9:30 AM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - DSS Economic Services

Date: 2023-12-19

Time: 9:30 AM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - Lexington School District 5

Date: 2023-02-20

Time: 10:00 AM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - North Central Family Medicine

Date: 2023-01-24

Time: 8:00 AM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - Open Registration - 1/23/23

Date: 2023-01-23

Time: 11:00 AM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - Open Registration - 1/30/23

Date: 2023-01-30

Time: 11:00 AM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - Open Registration - 12/14/22

Date: 2022-12-14

Time: 11:00 AM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - SC Center for Fathers and Families

Date: 2023-08-09

Time: 10:30 AM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - SCDMH Beckman Center

Date: 2023-01-11

Time: 10:00 AM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - SCDMH Charleston

Date: 2023-01-17

Time: 10:30 AM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - SCDMH Charleston

Date: 2023-02-01

Time: 1:00 PM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - Upstate AHEC

Date: 2023-01-13

Time: 10:00 AM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - Upstate AHEC

Date: 2023-02-17

Time: 10:00 AM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - Upstate AHEC

Date: 2023-03-13

Time: 10:00 AM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - Upstate AHEC

Date: 2023-06-02

Time: 10:00 AM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - Upstate AHEC

Date: 2023-08-01

Time: 10:00 AM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - Upstate AHEC

Date: 2023-09-07

Time: 10:00 AM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - Upstate AHEC

Date: 2023-10-06

Time: 10:00 AM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - USC Department of Education

Date: 2023-01-09

Time: 2:30 PM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - Wateree Community Actions Inc. Head Start Program

Date: 2022-12-09

Time: 1:00 PM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar - York County School District

Date: 2023-01-04

Time: 9:00 AM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Webinar for DSS Economic Services Basic Training

Date: 2022-12-13

Time: 9:30 AM

Description: This webinar is designed for mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect, and professionals who have frequent contact with children, who play a key role in protecting children by identifying possible maltreatment and reporting it to the agencies responsible for investigation and intervention. Participants will learn to identify mandated reporters according to South Carolina law; describe statutory requirements and protections; identify the role and responsibilities of mandated reporters; recognize signs of possible abuse and neglect; and describe when to make a report of child abuse and neglect.


Recognizing and Responding to Problematic Sexual Behaviors in Youth

Date: 2022-12-13

Time: 10:30 am

Description: This presentation will focus on recognizing and responding to problematic sexual behaviors in youth. The training will identify myths, describe sexual development of children and adolescents, outline considerations in determining whether the behavior is problematic or inappropriate, and identify co-occurring behavioral problems and family dynamics. The presentation will include a discussion of current treatments or commonly used interventions and risk and recidivism. An understanding of the behavior is crucial to determine if court intervention is appropriate and necessary. The presentation is consistent with the South Carolina Child Abuse Response Protocol pursuant to S.C. Code of Laws § 63-11-2400 through -2410. This training will be offered on a virtual platform. The links will be sent near the date of the training.


RECORDED Child Testimony in Family Court for DSS & GAL Attorneys - Part ONE: Stress, Trauma, Recantation; Courtroom Preparation

Date: 2020-09-11

Time: 12:00AM

Description: This recorded webinar is offered exclusively to DSS and GAL attorneys to enhance courtroom skills related to the presentation of child testimony in family court. This training will provide techniques and strategies to reduce the stress and trauma endured by children having to appear in the courtroom setting and to reduce the risk of possible recantation.


SC DSS December 9th CLE 2022

Date: 2022-12-09

Time: 9:00 AM

Description:

Topics will include:

Constitutional Issues

Teen Substance Abuse

Mental Health

DOJ Attorneys/ADA & Parents

Ethics


SC DSS Legal Training for CWP - CWA 22.16

Date: 2023-01-09

Time: 9:00 AM

Description: This intensive, interactive training was designed to assist new DSS caseworkers in preparing and presenting cases in court. Topics include the role of the family court, reasonable efforts, roles of the guardian ad litem and foster parents, evidence, confidentiality, working with the agency attorneys, types of abuse and neglect proceedings, preparing for court, and testifying in court.


SC DSS Legal Training for CWP - CWA 22.17

Date: 2023-01-23

Time: 9:00 AM

Description: This intensive, interactive training was designed to assist new DSS caseworkers in preparing and presenting cases in court. Topics include the role of the family court, reasonable efforts, roles of the guardian ad litem and foster parents, evidence, confidentiality, working with the agency attorneys, types of abuse and neglect proceedings, preparing for court, and testifying in court.


SC DSS Legal Training for CWP - CWA 22.18

Date: 2023-01-30

Time: 9:00 AM

Description: This intensive, interactive training was designed to assist new DSS caseworkers in preparing and presenting cases in court. Topics include the role of the family court, reasonable efforts, roles of the guardian ad litem and foster parents, evidence, confidentiality, working with the agency attorneys, types of abuse and neglect proceedings, preparing for court, and testifying in court.


SC DSS Legal Training for CWP - CWA 22.19

Date: 2023-02-06

Time: 9:00 AM

Description: This intensive, interactive training was designed to assist new DSS caseworkers in preparing and presenting cases in court. Topics include the role of the family court, reasonable efforts, roles of the guardian ad litem and foster parents, evidence, confidentiality, working with the agency attorneys, types of abuse and neglect proceedings, preparing for court, and testifying in court.


Training of Trainers: Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect - January 19, 2023

Date: 2023-01-19

Time: 9:00 AM

Description: In this free training, participants will learn how to deliver the Children’s Law Center’s Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect (Mandated Reporter) Training and answer frequently asked questions about mandated reporting. Participants will be required to attend the full training, pass a quiz, and present a 30 minute presentation on January 26th. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive a certificate of completion and may then conduct the Center’s Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Training to employees within their organizations. PLEASE NOTE: Participants should be professionals who are interested in conducting mandated reporter training within their organization.


Training of Trainers: Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect - March 21, 2023

Date: 2023-03-21

Time: 9:00 AM

Description: In this free training, participants will learn how to deliver the Children’s Law Center’s Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect (Mandated Reporter) Training and answer frequently asked questions about mandated reporting. Participants will be required to attend the full training, pass a quiz, and present a 30 minute presentation on March 28th. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive a certificate of completion and may then conduct the Center’s Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Training to employees within their organizations. PLEASE NOTE: Participants should be professionals who are interested in conducting mandated reporter training within their organization.


Training of Trainers: Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect - May 8, 2023

Date: 2023-05-08

Time: 9:00 AM

Description: In this free training, participants will learn how to deliver the Children’s Law Center’s Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect (Mandated Reporter) Training and answer frequently asked questions about mandated reporting. Participants will be required to attend the full training, pass a quiz, and present a 30 minute presentation on May 17th. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive a certificate of completion and may then conduct the Center’s Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Training to employees within their organizations. PLEASE NOTE: Participants should be professionals who are interested in conducting mandated reporter training within their organization.