Mahwah, NJ (PRWEB) January 09, 2014
WeComply, Inc., a leader in web-based ethics and compliance training, has announced its Reporting Child Abuse on Campus training course. This 20-minute course explains to college and university employees (1) their legal and ethical obligations regarding suspected child abuse, (2) how to recognize child abuse, and (3) how to respond appropriately when child abuse is suspected.
The Reporting Child Abuse on Campus training begins with an explanation of what child abuse is and how to recognize its signs. It then provides detailed guidance the measures that college and university employees should take whenever they suspect child abuse. The course also includes a discussion of reporting procedures and penalties for failure to report child abuse.
“In the wake of the Penn State child molestation scandal, universities and lawmakers have focused efforts on ensuring that policies and laws are in place to protect children on campus,” said Mike Pallatta, WeComply CEO. “As a result, several states have designated employees of universities and colleges as mandatory reporters. This course helps mandatory reporters understand their obligations regarding child abuse.”
For more information on this course, please visit WeComply’s Reporting Child Abuse on Campus course.
WeComply, a Thomson Reuters business, is a leading provider of ethics and compliance training for employees in all industries and offers more than 100 courses that are easily customized and available in multiple languages both online and offline.
Companies can host courses in their own Learning Management System (LMS) or use WeComply's patented system, which provides centralized administration, custom reporting and other advanced features. WeComply is the exclusive compliance training partner of the ACC Alliance and forms part of the Thomson Reuters Accelus offering of market-leading solutions for enterprise Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) management. For more information, visit http://www.wecomply.com.