Child & Youth Protection Policy
Name (first and last)
Did you review the Child & Youth Protection Policy
How often are you required to complete Child/Youth Protection training?
Every 7 years
Every 3 years
Every 5 years
Who must complete a Child/Youth Protection worker Application and have a background check run?
Any volunteer that would like to have a background check run
Anyone that is at least 18 years old and wants to work regularly with children or youth
Only volunteers over the age of 30
Only volunteers that will be volunteering every Sunday
Who is required to fill out the Participation Covenant Statement, located in forms.
All those who have received a background check
Only members of staff and clergy
Each person who has received this training
Every member of the Church
The Florida Statute 39.201 entitled "Mandatory Reports" states that "any person who knows, or has reasonable cause to suspect, that a child is abused, abandoned, or neglected..." __________ report such knowledge
All of the following are acceptable ways to modify a child's off-task behavior except:
Using eye contact and proximity as a nonverbal way to modify behavior
Redirect the child by giving he or she a job to do
Catch the child doing something good and then compliment him or her for it
Getting very close to the child's face while speaking very loudly and harshly to modify
When transporting children and youth, the driver must be 18 years of age or older
On trips and retreats, only two unrelated adults are required. No other requirements.
Check below if you have reviewed training material
I have completed the training
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