The best defense against those who harm children is a trained and informed community. ChildSafe continues to provide high-quality in-person and online training for professionals, parents, mandated reporters, and community at large both locally as well as throughout the country.
We are adding new trainings to our online learning catalog so check back soon!
For a list of upcoming virtual trainings, please visit our Training Calendar.
ChildSafe E-Learning Platform
This training is designed for all educators, auxiliary staff and volunteers working with children in public schools, public charter schools, early childhood development centers, and youth-serving organizations.
Our first training video, Child Abuse – Identifying and Reporting, meets TEA guidelines and fulfills the mandated requirements as communicated July 31, 2014.
The website, training videos, and educational materials are available in both English and Spanish.
The best online training available:
- Online grading and completion reports
- Print certificates of completion
- Downloadable, printable handouts
- Accessible with desktop and laptop computers, tablets and smart-phones
- Optional on-site setups — we’ll help you get started
Resources for Parents & Caregivers
NetSmartz is an interactive, educational resource from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children that provides age-appropriate resources on internet safety topics, cell phone safety, cyber bullying and gaming safety.
Need help talking with your kids about online safety? Want to know about parental controls? Looking for a simple set of rules to use with your children? FOSI’s Good Digital Parenting provides you with quick reference tip sheets on popular apps your kids and teens are using. FOSI brings together the best safety messages, tools and methods to reach parents, children, and caregivers. They actively work to educate and inform governments, regulators, industry, and media around the world on a balanced approach to child online safety.
Need more information?
ChildSafe is excited and ready to meet with you and your staff to discuss the next steps in providing this innovative training opportunity. Please contact:
Samantha (Sam) Coleman
Director of Prevention & Community Awareness