CANRA Overview and Mandated Reporting for CSU Employees- February 27, 2015 *NEW DATE*

CANRA Overview and Mandated Reporting for CSU Employees *NEW DATE*


As a society, we all share the responsibility of protecting our children from abuse and neglect. To encourage adults to report suspected abuse or neglect, state law requires adults in certain professions who regularly come in contact with children to report any mistreatment to local government agencies. These laws establish a legal duty to report and penalties for failing to report, while granting immunity and confidentiality to those who report in good faith.  As a CSU employee, you are required under California's Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act, as well as CSU Executive Order 1083, to report child abuse you reasonably suspect while performing your job duties.


It is recommended, but not mandatory, that participants in this workshop complete the EDU: Mandated Reporter online training prior to this session.  The online course takes approximately 30 minutes and covers CSU employee obligations.  It provides general information on how to recognize child abuse, detect child predators, and report suspected abuse.  The online training will require you to login using your CSU, Chico portal ID.




CANRA Overview and Mandated Reporting for CSU Employees

(email to enroll)



February 27, 2015 (Friday)

(Rescheduled from February 10, 2015)


12:00PM-1:00 PM


MLIB 043 (Studio A)


Human Resources Service Center


Who should go? 

This workshop is intended to provide an overview of CANRA and Mandated Reporting requirements for CSU Employees.


Registration Instructions

Email to enroll.


Reminder: Please share with your supervisor, in advance, that you would like to attend this training to ensure their support and that operational needs permit.

If you need a disability-related accommodation or wheelchair access information, please contact Professional Development, phone 530-898-6433, or email a week in advance of the event.


For more information, e-mail or contact Human Resources Service Center - Professional Development, at (530) 898-6433.