PCAK offers a variety of trainings for professionals, caregivers, and advocates. Choose from upcoming virtual offerings, online trainings or contact us to secure a trainer for your staff, conference, or event.
ONLINE INTERNET SAFETY ONLINE TRAINING:
Whether you are a professional working to protect children or you are a parent, this training will provide insight into how perpetrators groom children online and what parents and caregivers can do to keep kids safe. Click here to learn more and view the training!
FROM REPORT TO COURT ONLINE TRAINING:
Child Abuse Prevention Month Training Series, Sponsored by WellCare Health Plans of Kentucky
During April, Child Abuse Prevention Month, a free series of trainings will be offered highlighting suicide prevention, mental health, substance abuse and more. For more information or to register, click here.
Understanding Healthy Development as a Tool to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse, Sponsored by The Child Victims Trust Fund
Description: Understanding typical child sexual development is critical to keeping children safe. Often parents do not understand when and how to discuss sexual abuse. Training participants will understand the typical stages of child development and learn how to help caregivers talk to their children about healthy sexual development as a tool to prevent child sexual abuse.
Who should take this Training: Training curricula is developed for professionals to share strategies easily with parents/caregivers through everyday work.
Presenter: Anita P. Barbee, Ph.D., MSSW, Kent School of Social Work, University of Louisville
Date: April 22, 2021
Time: 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. with an hour lunch break
CEUs offered: Social Work, FRYSC (pending), ECE-TRIS (pending)
Looking for something not covered in the list of topics?
PCAK staff can develop a presentation to address a particular need or subject. If we cannot accommodate your request, we will be glad to assist you in finding another source to meet the need. Feel free to contact us to discuss your training needs and available options.
How much does training cost?
Knowledge and awareness is a prerequisite to preventing child abuse and neglect. Our goal is to provide training and information to as many communities as possible. We rely on your generosity to continue to provide these trainings. Should your agency budget allow you to provide reimbursement for our expenses, we will gladly send an invoice for services.