Child Protection Training

Child Protection Training Resources

Church leaders, please ensure that each adult sponsor that will be attending camp as part of your church group watches the mandatory videos below and completes the mandatory testing. 

Click here to download the Child Protection Training Manual, to be read and discussed.

Click here to download the Child Protection Training Test, to be completed after watching the four videos below.

Click here to download the Child Protection Training Test Answer Key, to be used ONLY by the leader administering training in order to score each sponsor's completed test. 

Click here to download the Child Protection Training Certificate of Completion, to be awarded to each sponsor ONLY after a passing grade is scored on the test.

Please read the manual and watch each video. After discussing each section with your sponsors,  administer and score the test. Those who score a passing grade can receive their certificate.  Each Adult Sponsor will be required to bring their scored, completed test and certificate with them to camp. We will be collecting these items during registration/check in. Child Protective Training Certification is valid for 2 years.

Section A: The Definitions and Effects of Sexual Abuse and Child Molestation
The purpose of Section A is to clearly define what constitutes sexual abuse and child molestation. The section will also identify the different types of abuse as well as the effects of child abuse.



Section B: Typical Patterns and Methods of Operation of Child Molesters
The purpose of Section B is to identify typical patterns and methods of operation of child abusers.


Section C: Signs, Symptoms, and Reporting of Suspected Sexual Abuse
This section will teach warning signs and symptoms of sexual abuse or child molestation, recognition of these signs as well as recommended methods of reporting suspected abuse.


Section D: Recommended Rules and Procedures for Youth Camps
In this section we will teach (1) how to avoid being accused of sexual abuse or child molestation, (2) prevention of camper on camper abuse, (3) reporting sexual abuse or molestation, and (4) the need to minimize one on one isolated encounters between adult and minors, or between two minors.