PA Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting 2019/20

The following 2 CE course is required for Pennsylvania LMT's to take at every renewal period. 

The Child Protective Services Law (CPSL) was signed into law in 1970g. CPSL provides the parameters for investigation of reports of suspected child abuse, as well as reports of children in need of General Protective Services. The PA Child Protective Services Law (CPSL) was enacted to protect children from abuse, allow the opportunity for healthy growth and development and, whenever possible, preserve and stabilize the family.

This workshop covers all relevant material to understanding the law, your responsibilities as a mandated reporter, and the reporting process. 

In 2014, Act 31 was singed into Pennsylvania Law by  LMT's are now considered Mandated Reporters of suspected child abuse.

This workshop is approved by the Pennsylvania Department of State. Once you have completed the course we will forward a certificate of completion to you as well as to the PA Massage Therapy Board.