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Announcing the Launch of Mandated Reporter Training by Simple

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by Simple Learning | June 28, 2021

Every state has mandated reporters, individuals who are required to report when they have reasonable cause to suspect abuse and neglect, as required by the Federal Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA).

However, the requirements surrounding who is considered a reporter, how they should report, and how they should be trained vary wildly from state to state. What's more, the consequences of failure to do your duty as a reporter are steep -- in some states failure to report is a misdemeanor or even a felony.

Differing nationwide requirements make obtaining the correct training essential. Simple developed Mandated Reporter Training to make it easy for organizations to implement a robust training tool that meets the needs of mandated reporters throughout their organization. Learn more about the newest Simple product.

How Mandated Reporter Training by Simple Helps Organizations

Abuse is a problem whose effects are felt deeply throughout the United States. This tragedy impacts Americans of all age groups. It's estimated that 1,700 children die of child abuse each year. Most of them are less than two years old.

Furthermore, 1 in 4 women and 1 in 10 men experience intimate partner violence, and 1 in 10 seniors living at home experience elder abuse.

Reporting abuse is a vital part of addressing this serious, widespread issue.

Because of this, every state has mandated reporting laws in place, most of which designate reporters by their professions. This includes teachers, doctors, nurses, nursing home and daycare workers, law enforcement, and more. Additionally many states require mandated reporters to take training, and some even require employers to provide mandated reporter training. For example, California, Illinois, and Michigan all require certain employers to provide training for mandated reporters.

Even if your state doesn't require you to provide training to your employees, the steep consequences of failure to report abuse mean that it's in an organization's best interests to ensure their team members are equipped to do their duties.

Mandated Reporter Training by Simple provides organizations with effective training solutions that allow them to deploy training easily to their entire organization. This makes it easy to provide your employees with the appropriate course and gives you access to reporting data that makes training compliance reporting a snap.

About the Mandated Reporter Training LMS

Mandated Reporter Training is an online training platform offering tailored solutions including: 

  • Out-of-the-box SCORM compliant courseware to use with your existing LMS
  • A turnkey Learning Management System
  • A custom Learning Management System
  • Online training options

The Mandated Reporter Training LMS offers content delivery and management in a clean, easy-to-use package. 

Features include: 

  • Role-based user experience
  • Training management & delivery
  • Curriculum & certification
  • Reporting & analytics
  • Registration and account management
  • User & role management

Schedule Your Demo Today

Mandated Reporter Training offers tailored solutions to fit a range of needs, from individuals seeking profession-specific training to organizations who need to ensure they comply with mandated reporter training requirements. 

The Mandated Reporter Training team can help you find the solution that best suits your needs. Schedule a demo to get started.

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Simple LMS is highly versatile and can be implemented to deploy training for organizations in several different industries, including government, corporate, medical, non-profit, education, and more.

Want to see how simple learning can be? Schedule a personalized demo of Simple LMS and explore our innovative learning management system

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