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Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting in Pennsylvania - Act 31 (2 Hours)
Mandated Reporter Training

You can take the test without obligation. To earn CE credit, you need to pass the test, complete an evaluation, and register/pay for your Certificate of Completion. Your Certificate will be delivered online immediately upon completing the course registration. (There is no charge for free courses and online certificate delivery.)

  • You must score 70% or better to pass this test.
  • Select one answer for each question.
  • Review your selections before submitting the test for grading.

NoteThis course was revised and updated November 15, 2021. If you printed test questions from the previous version of this course, you will find that some questions in your printed version differ from the test below.

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1. The goal of the child welfare system in Pennsylvania is to:

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2. In assessing a report of bodily injury to a child made to the Pennsylvania’s ChildLine hotline, the ChildLine caseworker will refer the case to:

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3. Which is a correct statement regarding the definition of child sexual abuse in Pennsylvania?

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4. Under Pennsylvania law, which instance of harm to child is considered an “exclusion to reporting”?

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5. A school nurse observes that an active 10-year-old girl has a bruise on her right ear and three more bruises on her right cheek. The child says that she fell off of a skateboard. She has no abrasions on her face and no abrasions or bruises on her arms or legs. Which factor might lead the nurse to make a mandated report of suspected abuse?

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6. Which is not a question included in the Greenbaum screening tool for commercial sexual exploitation (sex trafficking) of children?

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7. Mandated reporters in Pennsylvania are required to report suspected child abuse:

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8. Which is a correct statement regarding potential consequences to mandated reporters of suspected child abuse?


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