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#2B - Teaching Child Sexual Abuse Basics - It's Easier Than You Think

This topic consists of two 2-hour on-line training classes which will teach you how to deliver a child sexual abuse awareness presentation. This product includes the second of the two classes (Part B). The first class (Part A) is a separate product and should be completed first.

The child sexual abuse awareness presentation covers a variety of topics including:

#3 - Letting People Know You're There

This 2-hour on-line training class will teach you how to locate and leverage existing events in your community to bring awareness to the child sexual abuse pandemic as well as your advocacy initiatves. Events such as professional conferences and community fairs provide a great way to gain exposure and make connections with people who would benefit from your awareness, education, and support programs. In addition, we'll discuss how to research and build databases of key community segments to target for program delivery opportunities - segments include schools, faith organizations, mental health professionals, parent teacher associations, sports leagues, etc.

Read more: #3 - Letting People Know You're There

#4 - Even Professionals Have Something to Learn - Survivor Stories in Action

This 1-hour on-line training class will show you how direct and indirect survivors of child sexual abuse can use their stories to provide crucial sensitivity training to professionals including therapists, social workers, law enforcement, attorneys, judges, etc. More often than not, professionals who become part of the system that handles the aftermath of child sexual abuse go directly from text book learning to live cases and never have a chance to simply talk with those who have been impacted.

Read more: #4 - Even Professionals Have Something to Learn - Survivor Stories in Action

Child Sexual Abuse Advocacy Training Series

Child Sexual Abuse Advocacy Training Series

TAALK is dedicated to equipping and empowering advocates all over the world to teach their communities how to reduce children's vulnerability to sexual abuse and to support survivors through the healing process. This six-topic (8 class) series is designed to provide people seeking to become child sexual abuse advocates a well rounded understanding of how to create an effective child sexual abuse initiative in their community. We'll discuss how to ensure success of your initiative through sound business skills and long-term relationship management.