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Training

We offer trainings throughout the year on various topics related to children's law and child well-being. All of our programs are developed by former practitioners with years of experience and expertise in the topic area and are designed to ensure you get the most out of your training experience. Please check back for updates - trainings are added throughout the year.

ChildFirst® South Carolina

ChildFirst® South Carolina is an intensive five-day course in which students learn the necessary skills to conduct an investigative interview—also known as a forensic interview—of a suspected child abuse victim.

ChildFirst® South Carolina for DSS Staff

ChildFirst® South Carolina is an intensive five-day course in which students learn the necessary skills to conduct an investigative interview - also known as a forensic interview - of a suspected child abuse victim.

This registration is for DSS staff only.

Trauma-Informed Care in South Carolina

Participants will This training, open to all community partmers, will focus on The Core Competencies of Trauma-Informed Care for
Agencies and Organizations in SC that Serve Children, Adolescents, and their Families and participants will learn best practices for responding to children, adolescents, and families who have encountered traumatic events.

Recognizing and Reporting Chid Abuse and Neglect

This interactive online training is designed to equip mandated reporters with information regarding their role and responsibilities as mandated reporters and to increase their awareness, knowledge, and skills in reporting child abuse and neglect


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