24Aug1:30 pm4:30 pmWatchful Eye: Child Exploitation Prevention Training - Lee's Summit1:30 pm - 4:30 pm Mid-Continent Library - Colbern Road in Lee's Summit, 1000 Northeast Colbern Road, Lees Summit, MO 64063
(Wednesday) 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Mid-Continent Library - Colbern Road in Lee's Summit
1000 Northeast Colbern Road, Lees Summit, MO 64063
PREVENT child exploitation! Sign up to learn how to be a "Watchful Eye" today! Gain the tools needed to protect the children in your life! BE EDUCATED BE EQUIPPED BE EMPOWERED TO PROTECT YOUR
PREVENT child exploitation! Sign up to learn how to be a “Watchful Eye” today! Gain the tools needed to protect the children in your life!
TO PROTECT YOUR KIDS!
Do you know how to protect the children in your life? Threats surround our children daily, and it can be overwhelming to know the most important things to do to keep them safe. We are here to give you the tools and information needed so you can prevent, identify, and respond to the threats facing your children and others. This training will provide you with evidence-based information and practical tools to protect your children. We can protect our children through awareness, advocacy, and action!
YOU WILL LEARN:
3 Essential Keys to Preventing Harm
5 Types of Exploitation and How to Identify
16 Subtle Warning Signs to Look For
W.A.T.C.H. Assessment Tool
Practical Action Items You Can Do
YOU WILL BE EMPOWERED WITH:
Actionable Guidance that You Can Apply Immediately
Confidence in Your Ability to Discern and Protect Children
Knowledge on How to Prevent Harm
Skills to Know What to Do and When to Engage
Understanding of What Items are Important to Pay Attention To
Armed with Fact-based Information vs. Opinions
*Please Note: The Watchful Eye Training has been consciously created from extensive collaboration with experienced child advocates, therapists, child welfare professionals, and survivors using examples and scenarios from real life stories. Consideration for a learner’s potential trauma history was also considered. This means that difficult content is divided and rated (PG, PG-13, & R) so you can self-direct your learning in accordance with your emotional capacity. We have taken great effort to give you pertinent information without unnecessary or explicit details.