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Senate Bill 1414 - Child Protection Training

Senate Bill 1414 requires all who work/volunteer* in campus programs involving contact with minors complete SB1414: Child Protection Training. SB1414 was enacted in September 2011, with a compliance date of June 1, 2012. This training must be completed within the first five (5) days of employment (with the program) and Program Operators/Directors/Coordinators must submit a verification form to the Department of State Health Services (DSHS) within five (5) days of the start of the program verifying that each employee/volunteer* of the campus program has complied with the training requirement.

* UTSA expanded the training requirement to include those in unpaid positions (e.g., volunteers)

 

Who needs to take SB1414 Training

SB 1414 Child Protection Training will only be required for anyone (faculty, staff, volunteer or student worker) having contact with a minor as part of a camp or program under the following scenarios:
·         Camp or Program with minors lasts 6 hours or more on any given day,

·         Camp or Program with minors continues for multiple days no matter what the duration is per day, and/or

·         Camp or program requires an overnight stay.


In addition, any volunteer acting as a guest speaker, entertainer or a person who visits for a limited purpose or limited time if the person has no direct and unsupervised interaction with minors does not have to take this training.

 

Responsibilities

Program Operator/Director/Coordinator

  • Determine who within your program needs to take the SB1414 training
  • Notify those who need to take the SB1414 training
  • Ensure the training is complete by receiving completion certificate from the employee/volunteer
  • Retain all certificates of those who have completed the SB1414 training
  • Complete the Campus Program for Minors verification form
  • The Bexar County ID is 48029. County ID #s can be found on the Department of State Health Services website: http://www.dshs.state.tx.us/chs/info/info_txco.shtm
  • Submit the form to the Department of State Health Services

 

UTSA Employee

  • UTSA Employees ONLY go to MyTraining: https://myTraining.utsa.edu/
  • See Login tutorial
  • Self enroll in SB1414: Child Protection Training
  • Complete SB1414: Child Protection Training
  • Complete SB1414: Child Protection Quiz (must pass with 70%)
  • Print completion certificate and turn in to Program Operator/Director/Coordinator

 

UTSA Volunteer

  • Non-UTSA Employees ONLY go to: https://myTraining.affiliated.utsa.edu/
  • To be used by those involved in UTSA programs ONLY.
  • See Login tutorial
  • Create account in Training System
  • Complete SB1414: Child Protection Training
  • Complete SB1414: Child Protection Quiz (must pass with 70%)
  • Print completion certificate and turn in to Program Operator/Director/Coordinator
  • Note: The Training History for UTSA employees completing the SB1414 training on the Affiliate (non-employee) site will NOT reflect the completion.  The Training History will ONLY reflect course completion if the course is completed on the employee site (mytraining).

 

Resource Links

DSHS Rules Adopted on Campus Programs for Minors (Senate Bill 1414) provisions of the rules, ound at 25 TAC Secs 265.401-265.405

Texas Department of State Health Services - Home page for Campus Program for Minors: http://www.dshs.state.tx.us/cpm/

The Campus Program for Minors verification form must be submitted to the Department of State Health Services by each program operator within 5 days of the programs start date. It is important that ALL people involved in programs involving minors complete the SB1414 training and print their certificate when complete. The certificate should go to the assigned program representative.

Reprint your SB1414 Certificate of completion tutorial.

 

Need Help?

FAQ's for SB1414 Training

Contact Erica Garcia
Institutional Compliance and Risk Services
Phone: 458-6621
Email: Erica.Garcia2@utsa.edu