Bystanders Protecting Children from Boundary Violations & Sexual Abuse
A “bystander” is a person who witnesses a boundary violation, or sees a situation in which a child is vulnerable.
This mini course will teach you how to be an active bystander in child sexual abuse prevention and response. You will receive examples of boundary violations and inappropriate behaviors and how you can make spontaneous and planned interventions that reinforce boundaries and protect children.
What are the Outcomes?
-Learn what it means to be an active bystander.
-Learn what actions you can take as an active bystander.
-Receive examples of boundary violations and red flag behaviors.
-Learn how to make spontaneous and planned interventions.
Any responsible adult who cares about the protection of children. It is also used for individuals and organizations who seek training for staff and volunteers in the prevention of child sexual abuse
This training will be offered at no charge to attendees. However, registration is required.
Please feel free to bring your own lunch to the training. Lunch will not be provided.