March 30, 2011

National Symposium on Child Abuse: Internet Safety 101SM Teaching (Huntsville, AL)
 

Internet safety expert and Enough Is Enough® (EIE) President Donna Rice Hughes will guide participants at the 27th National Symposium on Child Abuse through how to protect children from online pornography, sexual predators and cyberbullies, as well as providing information about keeping kids safe on social networking sites, gaming sites and mobile devices.  This three hour, train-the-trainer program will teach participants about how to utilize EIE's groundbreaking Internet Safety 101SMSMprogram in their communities to prevent Internet-initiated crimes against youth. 

General Information

 

27th National Symposium on Child Abuse

March 28 – 31, 2011 in Huntsville, AL

New! Watch this video to see what Symposium is all about.

Make plans to attend the 27th National Symposium on Child Abuse! Symposium is a nationally and internationally-recognized multidisciplinary training conference offering numerous networking opportunities and more than 130 state-of-the-art workshops presented by nationally renowned experts.

Workshop tracks are designed specifically for: law enforcement, mental health/treatment professionals, medical personnel, child protective services workers, administrators, prosecutors, victim advocates, forensic interviewers, and others working in the child maltreatment arena.

The National Children's Advocacy Center is committed to providing outstanding, high-quality training for professionals in the fight against child abuse. We hope that you will join us in these efforts to improve the lives of children throughout our country and the world.

Registration and full Conference information available HERE.