Safeguarding Trainer's Corner

Safeguarding Trainer's Corner

Safeguarding Trainer's Corner

Safeguarding Trainer's Corner

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The Trainer's Corner hosts the most current safeguarding trainer information and resources provided by the Safeguarding Team.

The SGC and SGP PowerPoint presentations below have been modified so that trainers may use them to facilitate trainings online or in small groups. Use them in place of the box set CDs and training materials. When preparing for a training session, don't forget to review the current year policies and remember to log into the Safeguarding Records System (SRS), print the Sign-Out Sheet, and upload to SRS within two business days after training.

Safeguarding Records System: SRS    SRS Trainer Instructions

Safeguarding God's Children (SGC) 

Training Materials: SGC PowerPoint for EDOT Trainers  Help Sheet for SGC PowerPoint
Note: 
The PowerPoint will download immediately upon clicking the link. Check your downloads folder or the bottom left hand corner of your browser window to open.

Additional SGC Resources for Training:
 SGC Policies   Change Guide - SGC Policies 2020   Youth Training Guide   Responsible Person Help Sheet   Safeguards for Online Programming and Adult Supervision Help Sheet

Safeguarding God's People (SGP) 

Training Materials: SGP POWERPOINT FOR EDOT TRAINERS Help Sheet for SGP PowerPoint
Note: The PowerPoint will download immediately upon clicking the link. Check your downloads folder or the bottom left hand corner of your browser window to open.

Additional SGP Resources for Training:
SGP Policies   Change Guide - SGP Policies 2020   Responsible Person for Vulnerable Adults Help Sheet

Trainer Agreements:
2020 Trainer Agreement
Submit a Trainer Agreement annually to the Safeguarding Office. 
Let the Safeguarding Office know if there's any changes with your contact info or trainer status.

Trainer Refresher Training:  
Contact Mater Trainer, Katherine Muhlenbruch for upcoming training dates.

RINCÓN DEL INSTRUCTOR

Safety and protection; these are critical features of our commitment to promoting a culture of physical, emotional and spiritual health and wellness, for our children and all of us who work and volunteer in ministries to children and youth. The EDOT Policies for the Protection of Children and Youth from Abuse provides the structure we need to create and maintain programs and environments which achieve that commitment. These policies are the common language we use to define what safety and protection look like. Our "Trainer Tip" is to begin each training with a review and discussion of the policies. 

-Katherine Muhlenbruch, Master Trainer