Awareness Training Versions and Settings


To change settings and version availability, click on ‘Trainings’ in the left-hand menu, then click on ‘Training Settings’ at the top.  When you click the ‘Pencil Icon’ beside Awareness Training, you will see the available customizations.

You may now decide which versions of Sexual Abuse Awareness Training are made available in your account.

2021 versions currently available include standard Sexual Abuse Awareness Training and Awareness Training in these contexts: Camp, Youth Sports, Daycare, Education, and Youth Ministry (MinistrySafe Members only).  All 2021 versions include closed captioning in the following languages: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Korean, Mandarin Chinese, Russian, Vietnamese and Thai. These can be accessed by selecting ‘CC’ in the bottom right corner of the video player.

Other available versions include the standard Sexual Abuse Awareness Training (2018), Formacion de Sensibilizacion Abuso Sexual - en Espanol (2017), the 2017 Multilingual/ Closed Captioned version (2017), and Camp and Youth Sports (2017 versions).

Click here for descriptions of new versions of Training now available.

You may further customize your Organization’s Awareness Training with the following options:

-You may add the Maltreatment video segment into the 2021 Youth Sports version of Awareness Training.  Doing so ensures that your Training meets the requirements of the Protecting Young Victims from Sexual Abuse and Safe Sport Authorization Act of 2017.  You may enable this by checking the box labeled 'Enable Maltreatment Video'. 

-If you wish to remove the offender interview from the 2021 versions of Awareness Training, you may check the box labeled 'Remove Offender Interview'.

-You are able to update the renewal period or minimum passing score for the quiz. 

Please Note:

If you are changing the renewal period, we recommend checking the ‘Retroactive Renewal Enabled’ box at the same time you update the year, before clicking ‘Save.

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