Meet California's Mandated Reporter Requirements With an LMS
As of January 1, 2021 employers throughout the state of California may be required to provide mandated reporter training to certain employees. This is due to Assembly Bill (AB) 1963, which adds HR employees and supervisors at businesses with more than 5 employees that also employ teens to the state's list of mandated reporters.
AB 1963 requires that the employers of these new reporters provide the appropriate team members with mandated reporter training. That training must include information on how to identify and report child abuse and neglect.
While this training requirement may be met by taking the California Department of Social Service's training, many organizations have opted to enhance their internal training programs with custom-tailored courseware that gives them control of their data and enables tracking of their training process to help with compliance.
Mandated Reporter Training currently has SCORM-compliant courseware that meets the requirements of AB 1963. Two courses are available, a longer version intended for HR employees and a shorter variation for front line supervisors.
Learn how an LMS and the appropriate courses can help your organization stay in compliance ...