Child Abuse Recognition & Reporting Class Offered Through Distance Learning

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The Oswego County BOCES Distance Learning Program, in conjunction with Onondaga Community College, is offering a course on Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting on Monday, October 6th from 5:30-7:45 p.m. in the Distance Learning Rooms at Altmar-Parish-Williamstown High School, and Hannibal High School.

In just over two hours, fulfill your New York State license requirements. OCC is certified by the New York State Education Department to provide child abuse recognition and reporting training for professionals who have to apply for or renew their licenses after January 1, 1991.

Gain critical information about child abuse/maltreatment identification and reporting, behavioral indicators, as well as social-service law and other mandates.

Cost of the program is $39.00. All necessary forms, which are evidence of completion, are provided at the end of the class. For a registration form, call Laurie Ouderkirk, Distance Learning Coordinator at Oswego County BOCES at 315-963-4298.