ChicagoCAC offers free and low-cost education sessions for professionals, community members and front-line providers on preventing, recognizing, responding to and reporting sexual abuse. We provide these trainings virtually or in-person upon request to professional groups, caretakers, schools, and other organizations throughout the Chicagoland area and beyond, and have worked with many well-known child-serving organizations to date. We also occasionally offer webinars around topics related to sexual abuse treatment and prevention presented by our expert, highly qualified staff.
In most cases, continuing education units (CE hours) are available for licensed social workers, counselors and psychologists for a small fee upon training completion.
Trainings and education sessions provided by ChicagoCAC’s Education, Outreach and Prevention Department are made possible by a generous grant from the city of Chicago’s Department of Family and Support Services.
Available Education Opportunities
Consult our menu for our available training offerings, and request a training by clicking the button below. If you’d like to discuss professional development opportunities beyond those listed here, contact us at email@example.com. Si está interesado en el entrenamiento, “Seguridad Familiar: Previniendo el abuso sexual infantil“, comuníquese con firstname.lastname@example.org.
Not sure which training is best for you? ChicagoCAC’s Keeping Children Safe training is our signature training, the foundation of our educational offerings, and provides a strong basis for understanding how to recognize and prevent child sexual abuse. It is also offered for free to those within the Chicago area. To discuss trainings in more detail, fill out the request form above or contact email@example.com for assistance.
In accordance with Federal law, ChicagoCAC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, order of protection status, marital status, physical or mental disability, military status, sexual orientation, or unfavorable discharge from military service when it comes to providing training.