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MSA Equipment Courses Now Available on TargetSolutions

New online training videos covering MSA Safety’s firefighter equipment are now available inside TargetSolutions’ online training management system.

TargetSolutions, a leading provider of online training management applications for public safety agencies, is excited to announce it has partnered with MSA Safety to deliver video training courses for MSA equipment.

MSA Safety Inc. is the global leader in the development, manufacturing and supply of safety products that protect people and facility infrastructures.

The following titles are now available inside TargetSolutions’ firefighter training platform:

  • MSA G1 SCBA Care & Use
  • MSA ALTAIR 4X Multigas Detector Care & Use
  • MSA ALTAIR 5X Multigas Detector Care & Use

Each course contains a 15 to 25 minute training video and a short quiz to test retention.

If you are a TargetSolutions client and would like to have these courses made available to you, please contact your account manager at (800) 840-8048.

TargetSolutions’ Firefighter Training Online Courses Accepted for Credit in Three New States

Minnesota, Kentucky and Missouri’s Regulatory Agencies Approve TargetSolutions for Firefighter Training Online

SAN DIEGO – TargetSolutions, a leading provider of online training for public safety agencies, has secured accreditation for firefighter training in three new states. Firefighters in Minnesota, Kentucky and Missouri can now complete various portions of their state-mandated training using the industry’s leading online training management system.online firefighter training

These approvals give TargetSolutions 11 states that accept its online firefighter courses for recertification, with others in the approval process, as well as 50 states that permit utilization for EMS continuing education. The 11 states that currently accept TargetSolutions for firefighter training online are Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, Oregon, Tennessee and Texas.

“Throughout 2015, we have been working with various governing bodies to ensure TargetSolutions’ online training courses for firefighters are approved for continuing education,” said TargetSolutions’ Content and Compliance Manager Lauren Crosby.

“We are excited each agency in these states has reviewed our content and determined we are delivering the type of quality training material firefighters need to stay safe and effective. We look forward to securing even more approvals in other states in the various industries we serve.”

TargetSolutions offers more than 1,000 online training courses, with more than 250 hours of accredited continuing education for Fire and EMS. The catalog features more than 60 hours of courses written to the NFPA’s codes and standards, including titles for NFPA 1001, NFPA 1021, NFPA 1403, NFPA 1584, and NFPA 1500 Series.

 

“TargetSolutions has been providing emergency responders with online training since 1999. Over the years we have worked hard to create a comprehensive catalog that is regularly updated and features engaging, dynamic content.”

Jeremy Lynch, Director of Content, TargetSolutions

 

Here is a breakdown of how much online fire training from TargetSolutions each state will accept for credit:

Minnesota Board of Firefighter Training and Education: Approved 70 hours of training. Career firefighters in Minnesota, who need 72 hours of continuing education every three years, can now meet 100 percent of their recertification requirements with TargetSolutions.

Kentucky Fire Commission: Approved 81.5 hours of training. Firefighters in Kentucky can now choose from TargetSolutions’ library of training to meet 25 percent of their recertification requirements. Career firefighters in Kentucky need 100 hours annually to meet Firefighter I, Firefighter II, Fire Inspector and Fire Instructor certification levels.

Missouri Division of Fire Safety: Approved 26 hours of training. Fire Inspectors and Fire Investigators, who need 30 hours of training every three years, are able to meet 86 percent of this requirement using TargetSolutions; while Fire Service Instructors, who need 24 hours of training, can complete half with TargetSolutions.

If you have any questions about TargetSolutions’ accreditation status in your state, please contact us today at (800) 840-8048.

 

About TargetSolutions
TargetSolutions delivers cutting-edge software applications, engaging online training courses, and world-class customer service. The company was founded in 1999 and today there are more than 2,000 organizations across the country using TargetSolutions’ technology to solve their training challenges. TargetSolutions is headquartered in San Diego, Calif. For more information, find us online at www.targetsolutions.com or call us at 1 (800) 840-8048.

 

TargetSolutions Creates Advisory Board to Help Meet Needs of 21st Century Law Enforcement Agencies

Board Members Will Provide Feedback to Help TargetSolutions Optimize Its Online Training Management System for Law Enforcement

SAN DIEGO – TargetSolutions, a leading provider of online training for public safety agencies, is excited to announce the creation of a new 11-member Advisory Board for Law Enforcement. This special panel will provide insight to TargetSolutions on how to best develop online law enforcement training applications and course material.

“I am very excited about the establishment of TargetSolutions’ Law Enforcement Advisory Board and the wealth of knowledge and experience it contains,” said TargetSolutions Law Enforcement Content Instructor Stephen Ramirez. “Our Board is extremely diverse and dynamic. I believe TargetSolutions is uniquely poised to fulfill the urgent need for valid, timely, accessible, and effective law enforcement training.”

The Board’s stated mission is to use “in-depth discussions, review processes, protocols, and testing to provide feedback on proposed programs, policies and communications that will maximize TargetSolutions’ ability to meet the daily needs and issues of diverse law enforcement agencies.”

TargetSolutions held its first Board meeting in July and introduced members to the company’s online training management system. Over the past few months, the Board has been conducting a thorough evaluation of TargetSolutions’ training courses to determine where they can be improved. The Board will also advise on content topics for future course development.

TargetSolutions currently features more than 240 online law enforcement training and is accepted in 25 different states, including Texas, Nevada and New York. Courses with videos, interactions, and real-life scenario lessons are delivered through an easy-to-use online training management system.

“The Advisory Board will provide a fresh perspective in criminal justice practices to help TargetSolutions deliver real-time training to 21st century law enforcement,” said Matt Garrison, a former lieutenant of the Texas Department of Public Safety, who now works as a security operations manager and is one of the Board’s 11 members.

“We feel incredibly fortunate to have such a talented group of individuals who are willing to serve on our Board and guide us in our efforts to deliver the best possible training to the law enforcement community. Their selfless contributions and shared passion for improving the industry will help us continue to innovate.”

TargetSolutions’ Content and Compliance Manager Lauren Crosby

Here are the 11 members of the Board and their current or former positions:

  • Bill Bivin, deputy with Cooke County Sheriff’s Department in Gainesville, Texas
  • John Bruce, chief with Frisco Police Department in Frisco, Texas
  • Matt Garrison, security operations manager with Bell Helicopter, which is based in Fort Worth, Texas
  • Tiffany Godfrey, deputy program manager with Armament Systems in New Hope, Minn.
  • Brian Harvey, chief of Allen Police Department in Allen, Texas
  • Kimberly Jozwiak, director of municipal court and the city marshal’s service with the City of Corpus Christi, Texas
  • Jeffery McGowen, sergeant with the Harris County Sheriff’s Department in Houston and past-president of the Texas Crime Prevention Association
  • Jimmy Perdue, public safety director with North Richland Hills Police Department, Texas
  • Margarita Quihuis, persuasive technology and behavior design consultant and researcher at Stanford Persuasive Technology Lab in California
  • Red Redden, police chief with Carrollton Police Department in Carrollton, Texas
  • Elizabeth Tabarani, with El Paso County Sheriff’s Office in El Paso, Texas

Please click here to learn more about TargetSolutions’ Law Enforcement Advisory Board.

 

About TargetSolutions
TargetSolutions delivers cutting-edge software applications, engaging online training courses, and world-class customer service. The company was founded in 1999 and today there are more than 2,000 organizations across the country using TargetSolutions’ technology to solve their training challenges. TargetSolutions is headquartered in San Diego, Calif. For more information, call us at 1 (800) 840-8048.

 

IAFC’s VCOS and TargetSolutions Announce Winner of 2015 Training Officer Recognition Award

Brad Pinsky knows the exact date things changed for Manlius Fire Department. It was March 7, 2002 when two firefighters died battling a fierce blaze.

From that day forward, the combination department in the village of Manlius of Onondaga County, N.Y. never was the same.

“Training was always important to the department, but in 2002 we lost two of our own in a structure fire,” said Pinsky, who was recently named the recipient of the 2015 Training Officer Recognition Award, which is presented jointly by the International Association of Fire Chief’s Volunteer & Combination Officers Section and TargetSolutions. Pinsky will receive his honor during a special ceremony in August during Fire-Rescue International in Atlanta.

Brad Pinsky

“One of the ways we handled it was by improving the training of both our volunteer and career staff. Our department looked at itself to see how to prevent future incidents from that day forward. We still talk about March 7 with new recruits. It’s part of the history of our department and we try to reflect on the incident and make sure it never happens again.”

Now serving as the department’s assistant fire chief, as well as the municipal training officer, Pinsky has worked to prevent these types of incidents by taking Manlius’ training to a new level. Changes have been made to the volunteer staff’s training requirements. In the past, 35 hours were needed to stay current. Now, the department’s 70 volunteer firefighters not only need 50 hours – a 43 percent increase – but to complete mandatory proficiency tests on numerous skills.

In addition to the higher standards and greater focus on training, Pinsky has brought innovation to the exercises, according to the city’s Mayor Paul Whorrall.

“Since 2010, Chief Pinsky has written hundreds of lesson plans and has taught and led at least 50 drills each year,” said Whorrall. “He organizes two live fire events each year for the full department. Approximately 25 firefighters attend each Tuesday night drill and his lesson plans are used throughout the week to instruct the remainder of the volunteer and career staff.

“His hands-on drills are always active for everyone attending. For example, during the six-week rotation of vehicle extrication, Chief Pinsky ensures that there are four vehicles ready to be cut during the Tuesday night drills, and several other vehicles available during the week for the career staff.”

The Training Officer Recognition Award is designed to acknowledge exemplary conduct befitting of a training officer, which Pinsky has consistently displayed. The award recognizes Pinsky’s creativity and commitment to best practices and operational effectiveness at Manlius Fire Department.

“In today’s fire service, training time competes with every other time commitment; therefore it is necessary to conduct high-quality, engaging training in a variety of formats. The more engaging the training, the more likely the member, be they career or volunteer, is to complete it. The training of today’s fire service is extremely important since that is what keeps the citizens and fellow firefighters safe while responding to and performing emergency operations. The Training Officer Recognition Award is one opportunity to recognize those individuals who have striven to provide their membership and the fire service as a whole the training necessary for members to perform at the top of their game. Assistant Chief Pinsky demonstrates those values both internal to his organization and the greater fire service alike.”

Norvin Collins

Fire Chief with Sauvie Island Fire District (Portland, Ore.) & VCOS Board Member

It’s clear Pinsky’s does it all out of love for the fire service. As a volunteer, he spends more than 15 hours a week working for free while also managing his main job as an attorney with the Pinsky Law Group in Syracuse, N.Y. He is also the co-owner of IamResponding.com, an online mobile service that provides firefighters with dispatches on their cell phones and permits departments and dispatchers to know who is responding to each emergency.

“I start early every day and go late,” said Pinsky, whose commitment to the profession is like many other dedicated volunteers who sacrifice to serve and protect.

“Volunteers do give up free time and family time and they do it for their community and without any expectations of a thank you. They do it because they love it.”

Pinsky is well-known throughout the fire service. He has published numerous articles, including the “Fire Department Law and Management Resource Manual.” He also serves as a speaker and hosts a monthly radio show, “Fire Service Court Radio” for Fire Engineering.

The opportunity to work with the VCOS and honor Pinsky is a great honor for TargetSolutions, according to Executive Vice President Thom Woodward.

“We look forward to FRI when Assistant Chief Pinsky will be recognized for his outstanding contributions to the fire service,” said Woodward. “This award is meant to honor someone who shares the same commitment to firefighter training that we do here at TargetSolutions.”

In addition to the Training Officer Recognition Award, TargetSolutions offers VCOS members a discount on the industry’s most powerful online training management system. Departments will receive $500 off TargetSolutions’ set-up fee, plus an additional 10 percent off user fees. If interested in this discount, please click here.

 

About TargetSolutions
TargetSolutions delivers cutting-edge software applications, engaging online training courses, and world-class customer service. The company was founded in 1999 and today there are more than 2,000 organizations across the country using TargetSolutions’ innovative technology to solve their training challenges. TargetSolutions is headquartered in San Diego, Calif. For more information, please call 1-800-840-8048 or check online at www.targetsolutions.com.

About IAFC’s Volunteer & Combination Officers Section
VCOS provides chiefs and chief officers who manage volunteers within a volunteer or combination fire, rescue or EMS delivery system with information, education, services and representation to enhance their professionalism. For more information, check online at www.vcos.org.

 

TargetSolutions Adds 36 New EMS Continuing Education Courses to Its CECBEMS Training Catalog

SAN DIEGO – TargetSolutions, a leader in online continuing education for emergency responders, is excited to announce 36 new EMS courses have been approved for credit by the Continuing Education Coordinating Board for Emergency Medical Services (CECBEMS).

TargetSolutions’ features 159 hours of EMS continuing education that has been approved by the Continuing Education Coordinating Board for Emergency Medical Services (CECBEMS).

The courses have been added to TargetSolutions’ online training catalog for CECBEMS, which now features 159 hours of approved continuing education for all levels of EMS personnel.

In the past, only a portion of TargetSolutions’ EMS online continuing education was approved for CECBEMS credit. Now, every EMS training course meets CECBEMS requirements, giving providers more access to TargetSolutions’ course content nationwide.

“We’re excited about these news courses being available because they increase the quantity of quality training we are able to provide,” said TargetSolutions Executive VP Thom Woodward.

“With this latest release of new CECBEMS courses, providers have more access to our extensive EMS content. These providers can now better fulfill continuing education requirements through our platform while expanding their knowledge for responding to medical emergencies.”

TargetSolutions, which became a CECBEMS-accredited organization in March of 2014, understands how valuable CECBEMS training is to EMS agencies across the country. The updated catalog features popular titles, including CECBEMS Abdominal Trauma Advanced, CECBEMS Geriatric Emergencies Basic, and CECBEMS Special Challenges in Patient Assessment.

All of the titles have been added to TargetSolutions’ certified credentials, which enable agencies to document EMS continuing education with the online system’s powerful recordkeeping application.

Update: Please note as of July 1, 2016, CECBEMS changed its name to the Commission on Accreditation for Pre-Hospital Continuing Education (CAPCE). To view TargetSolutions’ CAPCE course catalog, please click here.

About TargetSolutions

TargetSolutions delivers cutting-edge software applications, engaging online training courses, and world-class customer service. The company was founded in 1999 and today thousands of organizations across the country use TargetSolutions’ innovative technology to solve their training challenges. TargetSolutions is headquartered in San Diego, Calif. For more information, please call 1-800-840-8048.

TargetSolutions and VCOS Renew Partnership to Deliver 2015 Training Officer Recognition Award

SAN DIEGO – TargetSolutions, the leading provider of online training and recordkeeping tools for public safety agencies, is excited to announce it is teaming up again with the IAFC’s Volunteer & Combination Officers Section for the 2015 Training Officer Recognition Award.

The award is designed to acknowledge outstanding performance by a chief, training officer, or other individual acquainted with training who has exhibited innovation for firefighter training, a commitment to best practices in training, and operational effectiveness at their department.

“The opportunity to work with the VCOS to recognize one of its members for going above and beyond in their role as a fire service training officer is something we are honored to do,” said TargetSolutions’ Executive Vice President Thom Woodward.

“This award is about honoring an individual for their dedication to delivering exceptional firefighter training. TargetSolutions is focused on helping firefighters become more prepared for the challenges they face through quality training. We see it as a great privilege to work with the IAFC and recognize an individual with that same goal.”

Thom Woodward, TargetSolutions, Executive VP

Nominations for the award are being accepted now through May 31. The winner will receive a trip to Atlanta for Fire-Rescue International, which is scheduled Aug. 26-29. Round-trip airfare and hotel accommodations, as well as a plaque commemorating the award, will be presented to the winner.

All IAFC members are eligible for the award, which will be announced at the VCOS annual meeting during FRI. The winner must be in attendance to accept the award.

Last year, TargetSolutions sponsored the VCOS award, which went to Capt. Chip Everett of Oshtemo Township Fire Department in Michigan.

In addition to the Training Officer Recognition Award, TargetSolutions is offering VCOS members a discount on the industry’s most powerful online training management system. Departments will receive $500 off TargetSolutions’ set-up fee, plus an additional 10 percent off user fees. If interested in this discount, please click here.

About TargetSolutions
TargetSolutions delivers cutting-edge software applications, engaging online training courses, and world-class customer service. The company was founded in 1999 and today there are more than 2,000 organizations across the country using TargetSolutions’ innovative technology to solve their training challenges. TargetSolutions is headquartered in San Diego, Calif. For more information, please call 1-800-840-8048 or check online at www.targetsolutions.com.

About IAFC Volunteer & Combination Officers Section
VCOS provides chiefs and chief officers who manage volunteers within a volunteer or combination fire, rescue or EMS delivery system with information, education, services and representation to enhance their professionalism. For more information, check online at www.iafc.org/micrositeVCOSorg/.

TargetSolutions to Preview Reporting Enhancements at FDIC

At FDIC International, conference attendees can stop by booth No. 13026 for more information on TargetSolutions’ upcoming enhancements to the Reports application.

SAN DIEGO – TargetSolutions, the leading provider of online training and recordkeeping tools for public safety agencies, will be providing a sneak peek of its soon-to-be-released Reports application during FDIC International.

If you are attending the annual firefighter training conference in April at the Indiana Convention Center and Lucas Oil Stadium, stop by booth No. 13026 to learn about TargetSolutions’ enhancements for reporting. TargetSolutions representatives will be on hand to provide information on the new tool, which is scheduled to be released in summer of 2015.

The updated Reports functionality will include innovative features for sharing and scheduling reports, which make it simple to “set it and forget it” with one-time setup, said TargetSolutions’ Product Manager Misty Pratt.

“Reporting is the most important facet of any LMS. A system is only as good as what you can pull out of it. This application will make reporting easier and better than it has ever been with TargetSolutions. The new Reports application will be completely mobile-friendly, it’s going to have a revamped interface, and platform managers will love the ability to set-up detailed, ongoing reports with ease.”

Misty Pratt, Product Manager

In addition to the all-new Reports application, TargetSolutions representatives will be showing attendees how the online firefighter training software simplifies the process for scheduling, delivering and tracking fire department training hours and other mandatory compliance tasks.

“While TargetSolutions features hundreds of hours of valuable NFPA training courses and EMS continuing education, it’s the powerful applications we’ve developed to streamline daily training, tracking and compliance for ISO training hours, EMS recertification, career development, licenses, inspections, and much more that have made us the industry’s leader,” said Jeff Oathout, who serves as TargetSolutions’ area director of sales.

“It’s exciting working with some of the most progressive agencies across the globe each day. Our team looks forward to meeting other forward-thinking departments at FDIC and this conference is a great opportunity to see the industrys latest technology, so please stop by our booth to discuss your department’s goals.  We’re happy to provide live demos, as well as one-on-one meetings.”

If you have any questions about TargetSolutions, please stop by booth No. 13026 at FDIC or call (800) 840-8048. 

 

About TargetSolutions
TargetSolutions delivers cutting-edge software applications, engaging online training courses, and world-class customer service. The company was founded in 1999 and today there are more than 2,000 organizations across the country using TargetSolutions’ innovative technology to solve their training challenges. TargetSolutions is headquartered in San Diego, Calif. For more information, please call 1-800-840-8048 or check online at www.targetsolutions.com.

 

IAFC’s VCOS Members to Receive Special Discount with TargetSolutions

SAN DIEGO – TargetSolutions, the leading provider of online training and recordkeeping applications for fire departments, is excited to announce it has renewed its partnership with the IAFC’s Volunteer & Combination Officers Section and will be offering a special promotion to members.

Right now, VCOS members who sign up their department for TargetSolutions using their IAFC membership number will receive $500 off set-up fees, plus an additional 10 percent off user fees. This is a tremendous discount for volunteer departments looking to streamline firefighter training hours and achieve compliance with mandatory EMS continuing education requirements.

“We are thankful to have such a strong relationship with the VCOS and we’re happy to make this offer available to its members,” said TargetSolutions’ Executive Vice President Thom Woodward.

“There is no question volunteer departments need to maximize their time spent training. With TargetSolutions, volunteer and combination departments can efficiently deliver fire and EMS recertification courses and track hands-on training and compliance tasks.”

This special promotion for VCOS members cannot be combined with any other offer. Members must be in good standing with the VCOS to receive the discount.

If you are a VCOS member and would like to learn more about this special offer, please click here. If you have any questions, please contact TargetSolutions at (800) 840-8048.

 

About TargetSolutions

TargetSolutions delivers cutting-edge software applications, engaging online training courses, and world-class customer service. The company was founded in 1999 and today there are more than 2,000 organizations across the country using TargetSolutions’ innovative technology to solve their training challenges. TargetSolutions is headquartered in San Diego, Calif. For more information, please call 1-800-840-8048 or check online at www.targetsolutions.com.

Indiana Law Enforcement Academy Approves TargetSolutions’ Web-Based Training Courses

TargetSolutions’ Online Police Training Catalog Now Accepted in 13 States, with Others in the Approval Process
SAN DIEGO – TargetSolutions, a leading provider of online training for public safety agencies, announced today its online training catalog has been accepted by the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy. Indiana is the thirteenth state to accept TargetSolutions’ online police training, and several other states are currently in the reviewing process.
TargetSolutions delivers more than 240 online police training courses, featuring videos, engaging interactions, and real-life scenario lessons proven to educate police officers and help departments achieve training compliance, improve performance, and reduce liability.
“TargetSolutions’ ability to deliver accredited online training is critical for the annual in-service requirement in Indiana and in other states across the country,” said TargetSolutions’ Content and Compliance Manager Lauren Crosby. “Lieutenant Lance Burris at the Indiana Law Enforcement Training Board has been instrumental in the accreditation process for us, and I look forward to our continued partnership in serving the law enforcement community.”
Police officers need to complete 24 hours of in-service training annually and TargetSolutions offers easy-to-use software for meeting that requirement. With 24/7 online access to TargetSolutions’ web-based training management system, agencies are able to delivery mandatory training for officers to complete at their own pace.
TargetSolutions has also implemented a “certified credential” for tracking vital training hours on topics that are required by Indiana and other states.
In addition to the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy, TargetSolutions’ online police training is accepted by the following organizations: Florida Division of Criminal Justice, Georgia POST, Indiana Law Enforcement Academy, Iowa Law Enforcement Academy, Louisiana POST, Missouri POST, Nevada POST, New Jersey Police Training Commission, New York State Division of Criminal Justice Service, North Dakota POST, Oklahoma Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training, and the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement.
About TargetSolutions
TargetSolutions delivers cutting-edge software applications, engaging online training courses, and world-class customer service. The company was founded in 1999 and today there are more than 2,000 organizations across the country using TargetSolutions’ innovative technology to solve their training challenges. TargetSolutions is headquartered in San Diego, Calif. For more information, please call 1-800-840-8048.

TargetSolutions Updates Online Training Courses to Comply with New California Laws

California Assembly Bills 2053 and 1432 go into effect Jan. 1 and TargetSolutions is making updates to its coursework to comply with the new regulations.

To conform with AB 2053, which aims to prevent abusive conduct in the workplace, TargetSolutions has revised its Sexual Harassment for Supervisors training for clients in California. To fulfill AB 1432, which requires annual training of mandated reporters, TargetSolutions will release its updated Reporting Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation of Children during the month of January.

“Whenever we see a major change in law or standard, affecting one of our courses, we ensure our material is up-to-date and compliant with these changes – ensuring they are timely and relevant for our clients,” said TargetSolutions’ Strategic Risk Management Business Unit Manager Kelly Zielinski.

TargetSolutions has updated its Sexual Harassment for Supervisors training course for clients in California to comply with AB 2053.

CA AB 2053
This new law amends California’s sexual harassment training law, AB 1825, to include specific training and education on abusive conduct – often referred to as bullying. This mandatory biennial training is required for all supervisors working in an organization employing more than 50 individuals. To comply with AB 2053, TargetSolutions updated Sexual Harassment Awareness for Supervisors (California AB 1825), as well as Sexual Harassment Awareness for Supervisors (California AB 1825 – EDU), to meet the new requirements.

In addition to updating its web-based sexual harassment prevention training, TargetSolutions has uploaded a document to Community Resources summarizing the bill that can be attached to a course. Please search any of the following terms in Community Resources to locate the document: AB 1825, AB 2053, California, sexual harassment, bullying, workplace bullying, abusive conduct.

Note: If you completed this course after Oct. 21, the new amendment lesson was included in your training.

TargetSolutions will supplement its Reporting Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation of Children course with information on CA AB 1432.

CA AB 1432
This new law requires school districts and other state educational institutions to annually train employees on their duties under the child abuse reporting laws. TargetSolutions will supplement its Reporting Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation of Children course with information to comply with employees’ obligations under the Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act (CANRA).

CANRA requires all “mandated reporters,” basically any employee who has contact with children, to file a report with local law enforcement or county welfare departments whenever they witness or learn of abuse. In the past, CANRA did not require this training.

If you have any questions about TargetSolutions’ updates to comply with CA AB 2053 or CA AB 1432, please contact us at (800) 840-8048.