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Sexual Abuse Prevention Program

The Sexual Abuse Prevention Program member education is available to members any time, at no cost, in English and French, via My College Account.

There are two ways to confirm your deadline for completing the Sexual Abuse Prevention Program:

If you have questions, please contact cpl@college-ece.ca

Getting Started: Easy Access to the Program

    1. Log into My College Account on the College website, using your email on file with the College and your private password.
    2. Click on the Continuous Professional Learning tab.
    3. Click on the Access Sexual Abuse Prevention Program button and you will be connected to the training platform hosted by the College’s online education partner, the Canadian Centre for Child Protection (C3P).

The Sexual Abuse Prevention Program consists of three required elements.

    1. Commit to Kids
    2. Teatree Tells
    3. College Resources to Review
      1. Professional Advisory: Duty to Report
      2. Racism and Bias in Reporting to Child Welfare
      3. Sexual Abuse Prevention Program Scenarios

For a description of each element, click here.

Instructions for Completing and Confirming Compliance

This resource was developed to help RECEs with completing the Sexual Abuse Prevention Program educational requirement for the CPL Program 2022.

To access and/or download this resource, click here.

Caring for Self and Others

The purpose of the Caring for Self and Others resource is to provide RECEs with information about how to prepare and care for themselves, and possibly other RECEs, before and during engagement with the program content.

To access and/or download this resource, click here.

Live, Facilitated Workshops Created for RECEs

Starting in August 2022, the College, in collaboration with the Ontario Coalition of Rape Crisis Centres and Action ontarienne contre la violence faite aux femmes, will offer members facilitated workshops throughout the year. The optional workshops will include the following skill-building topics:

  • Trauma-informed care
  • Trauma responses
  • Processing and dealing with triggers
  • Question period

More information about the workshops, including dates, will be emailed to members based on their renewal month.