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					                         4: Frame work for Classification of Training Programs by Levels and Sectors

Target Group                      Level of Training         Intended Outcomes                                              Sample
                                                                                                                           Time *
General Public                    Awareness                Knowledge: Understand different types of abuse and a
                                                           child’s right to protection
                                                           Attitudes: Openness to recognize particular actions and
                                                           behaviors within families or larger society that can be
                                                           hurtful to children
Inter-sectoral – health, medical, Foundational             Knowledge: Understand what constitutes CAN in different
legal professionals with                                   forms and appropriate responses
responsibilities for working                                Know rights of children for protection under international
with children                                              and national law
                                                            Understand the roles and responsibilities within the
                                                           different sectors
                                                           Skills: Ability to recognize signs that may indicate abuse or
                                                           neglect
                                                            Ability to work across sectors in prevention, reporting,
                                                           and intervention
                                                            Ability to talk about CAN with colleagues
                                                           Attitudes: Openness to work across sectors
                                                            Interest in continued learning
                                                            Acknowledgment of occurrence of abuse and neglect
                                                           including in families
                                                            Willingness to speak out against CAN
Medical Professionals who wish Intermediate                Knowledge: Know signs and symptoms of various kinds of
to develop their skills and focus                          abuse
on working with abused and        (Basic level for sector   Understand importance of recording findings and
neglected children                is achieved through      observations as potential evidence
                                  attendance at a          Skills: Ability to take an appropriate history from the child
                                  foundational session or and family
                                  similar information       Ability to examine the child sensitively and thoroughly
                                  shared within the sector Ability to record findings, using drawings and accurate
                                  leading to foundational description
                                  outcomes)                 Ability to suggest responses and strategies to deal with
                                                           effects of abuse, neglect, and violence
                                                            Ability to get help and make referral to another profession

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                                                           or agency
                                                           Attitudes: Willingness to identify abuse and take steps for
                                                           intervention and prevention
Legal Professionals who wish to Intermediate               Knowledge: In-depth awareness and understanding of
develop their skills and focus on                          national and international law that speaks to the rights of
working with abused and           (Basic level for sector  children and that identifies maltreatment and crimes against
neglected children                is achieved through      children
                                  attendance at a           Understand the prescribed legal steps for reporting,
                                  foundational session or intervening, and developing a case for abuse or neglect
                                  similar information       Understand the court process in working with children as
                                  shared within the sector witnesses
                                  leading to foundational Skills: Ability to carry out a correct procedure for
                                  outcomes)                collecting evidence and developing a case
                                                            Ability to interview a child
                                                            Ability to get help and make referral to another profession
                                                           or agency
                                                           Attitudes: Willingness to identify abuse and take steps for
                                                           intervention and prevention
Social Sector Professionals who Intermediate               Knowledge: Awareness and understanding of social,
wish to develop their skills and                           economic, political, and religious beliefs, norms, and
focus on working with abused      (Basic level for sector  practices that may impact the lives of children
and neglected children            is achieved through       Understand factors and conditions that create greater
                                  attendance at a          vulnerability for children
                                  foundational session or   Awareness of services and options available to children
                                  similar information      and their families for protection
                                  shared within the sector Awareness of appropriate practices for intervention and
                                  leading to foundational care
                                  outcomes)                Skills: Ability to intervene appropriately in circumstances
                                                           of abuse or neglect
                                                            Ability to interview a child
                                                            Ability to develop a plan of action for healing and growth
                                                           for a family experiencing abuse
                                                            Ability to get help and make referral to another profession
                                                           or agency
                                                           Attitudes: Willingness to identify abuse and take steps for
                                                           intervention and prevention
Psychologists                     To be completed

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Mental health Professionals        Tbc
Educators / Teachers               Tbc
Care Givers                        Tbc
Sector Specialists                 Expert / Specialists  Specialists with highly developed knowledge and skills to
                                                         educate others within their field
Intersectoral team of committed    Specialists in Child  Knowledge: Understand team work and the roles and
professionals with expert          Abuse and Neglect who responsibilities of specialists in other sectors
knowledge and skills within        have a team focus for   Understand a systems level approach to address child
their sector                       developing programs   abuse and neglect
                                   for education and     Skills: Ability to participate fully across sectors in a
                                   advocacy for expanded comprehensive, integrated approach to CAN
                                   prevention              Ability to advocate for child protection in national policy
                                                           Ability to carry out continuing research on CAN
                                                           Ability to work in a team setting to develop programs and
                                                         strategies to educate others and advance the work on a
                                                         larger level
                                                           Ability to develop protocols for dealing with CAN and to
                                                         educate others in carrying out the protocols in the various
                                                         sectors
                                                         Attitudes: Appreciate the contribution of each sector to
                                                         protecting and intervening for the safety and well-being of
                                                         children

* Facilitators or CPLs will determine duration in a locally appropriate way;




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