Pediatric Sexual Abuse Forensic Examiner Training
This program provides essential training to physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and registered nurses on how to conduct careful and competent evidentiary examinations for children and adolescents who are suspected victims of sexual abuse or sexual assault. This course includes the non-acute, late disclosure patient/victim and places special emphasis on training examiners to follow the California Protocol and use the OES 925 and 930 forms to document injuries and collect evidence.
Formerly a four-day classroom training program, the new Pediatric SAFE training reduces actual classroom attendance to three days by converting one day of instruction to the virtual classroom. Now, seven of the 28 credit hours of training are delivered on-line through a partnership with the University of California Extension Service. The on-line training is a multimedia presentation that includes audio narration, video clips, flash modules, interactive activities and discussion groups.
Participants complete this "Day-One" on-line component before being admitted to the remaining three days of training scheduled November 17-19 in San Diego. Participants will receive information about the online training component immediately after registration.
Enrollment is limited to 30. Please check the CCFMTC Training Events page for more details and register online at ccfmtc.org. http://www.ccfmtc.org/shop/products.asp?action=list&cat=2&subcat=2&l=L1
California Residents COURSE FEE $240.00
Out-of-State COURSE FEE $320.00
Space is limited for this training program. We suggest you sign up today.
For more information contact: 916-734-4141 or 1-888-705-4141