Summary & Final Quiz
In this online training you have been presented with a review of the law and types of child abuse in the What is Child Abuse? course. We also presented the Impact of Child Abuse with information about the pervasive nature of the problem in the US and California.
In Part 2, the California State 4-H Policies were explained and shown to be designed to reduce the opportunities for child abuse in the 4-H program.
Best Practices, the third part of the training, provided suggestions to further protect adult volunteers from being in situations that could cast suspicion of inappropriate actions.
Part 4 of the training, Respond to Child Abuse, explained that volunteers are not considered childcare custodians and are not required by law to make reports. However, the penal code states that volunteers who supervise children or have direct contract with them are encouraged to obtain training on how to identify and report child abuse. This section answered the questions: Why should I respond? How should I respond? What information will I need? Will I be immune from liability? and What if I make a mistake?
To complete the training, close this window and complete the Summary Quiz. Once you have successfully completed all of the quizzes, you will be presented with a certificate you can print yourself and present to your county 4-H advisor. Your name will also be added to the database of those completing the online training.
Information in this section will NOT be included on the test.
- The California 4-H Youth Development Program
- 4-H Child Safety Brochure
- Child Abuse Reporting And You
- Child Abuse Websites
- Report Suspected Child Abuse (form)
|You must now take the Final Quiz to complete this course.|