Child and Youth Protection Training and Resources
The Child and Youth Protection Program requires that individuals who are exercising custody, control, or supervision of children receive training biennial training. SUNY’s Office of General Counsel has developed a system-wide training on the SUNY Child Protection Policy for use by SUNY campuses which are shown below. Note: These documents may require the latest version of Acrobat Reader, which is available as a free download.
- Child and Youth Protection Policy Training Module Transcript: The training transcript outlines the words communicated in each training module, slide by slide. The transcript is available in word or PDF Format.
- Child and Youth Protection Policy Links to Recorded Modules: This document provides links to each of the ten recorded training modules broken down into sections. Campuses can use these links to watch the recorded webinar modules in real time.
- Child and Youth Protection Policy Module Powerpoint Documents: In addition to the recorded modules, campuses may also access and use the individual
powerpoints that were used for the individual sections of the training.
- CPP Module 1 Powerpoint - Introduction and Background
- CPP Module 2 Powerpoint - Child Abuse
- CPP Module 3 Powerpoint - Child Protection Policy Overview and Resources
- CPP Module 4 Powerpoint - SUNY Mandatory Reporting Policy
- CPP Module 5 Powerpoint - SUNY Child Protection Policy Overview
- CPP Module 6 Powerpoint - Campus, University Affiliate, and System Administration Responsibilities
- CPP Module 7 Powerpoint - Required and Prohibited Conduct of a "Covered Person" Under the Child Protection Policy
- CPP Module 8 Powerpoint - Duties of the Designated "Responsible University Official"
- CPP Module 9 Powerpoint - Third Party Use of University Facilities for Covered Activities
- CPP Module 10 Powerpoint - Policy Resource Review
- Child and Youth Protection Training Acknowledgement: The Child and Youth Protection Committee has created an acknowledgement that can be utilized by event coordinators to record the biennial training that has been completed by covered persons, which is available on the Child and Youth Protection Policies and Procedures page.
The following resources have been identified by the Child Protection Committee as helpful resources for campus individuals who may be working with children: