Mandated Reporters - Georgia - ProSolutions Training
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Mandated Reporters in Georgia

ProSolutions Training is proud to partner with the Georgia Department of Human Services, Division of Family and Children Services, and the Georgia Department of Education to bring you these courses on requirements for reporting child abuse and neglect in the state of Georgia. We would also like to thank the Professional Excellence Program, Georgia State University, Andrew Young School of Social Policy, School of Social Work, and Children's Healthcare of Atlanta for their collaboration.

Choose the course below that best fits your profession or role as a mandated reporter. When you click the course link, you will be taken to a landing page to add the course to your account. You will need to provide an email address to create a ProSolutions Training account if you do not already have one.

Mandated Reporters: Critical Links in Protecting Children in Georgia
This course is designed to help mandated reporters recognize the signs of child abuse and neglect, know their legal obligations related to reporting suspected abuse and neglect, and understand how to make a report. This course is intended for all Georgia mandated reporters except those in the medical profession and public school employees, contractors, and volunteers. This course is available in two versions:
Mandated Reporting Requirements: A Track for Georgia Medical Professionals
This course was written specifically for medical professionals (like doctors and nurses) in frequent contact with children. Medical professionals will learn about their legal responsibility to report suspected abuse and neglect.
Child Abuse and Neglect: Mandated Reporting Requirements for Employees, Volunteers, and Contractors of Georgia Public Schools
This course was written specifically for individuals employed, contracted, or volunteering with local education agencies (like public school teachers, principals, coaches, bus drivers, school volunteers, cafeteria workers, etc.) in frequent contact with children.  This course is not approved by Bright from the Start.