Anfeald continues to expand its adult-education services by offering custom training solutions across the entire risk-management and regulatory spectrum. The Colorado Department of Human Services, Adult Protective Services (APS), has contracted with Anfeald to provide face-to-face at-risk adult mandatory reporter training to medical professionals and other designated professionals throughout the State of Colorado beginning in October 2017 and continuing through June 2018.
Colorado law requires designated professionals, called mandatory reporters, to report physical abuse, sexual abuse, caretaker neglect and exploitation of at-risk elders and at-risk adults with an intellectual and developmental disability (IDD). There are substantial penalties if a mandatory reporter fails to properly report the situation to law enforcement. Anfeald will begin offering these free classes in October 2017 through the end of June 2018, throughout Colorado.
Anfeald’s free mandatory reporter training course will provide designated professionals with the information to enable appropriate reporting on the mistreatment of at-risk populations and comply with this important Colorado law. The training also provides information on urged reporting and reporting for employees of financial institutions, including licensed securities professionals.
For additional information on the class, the Colorado mandatory reporter statute, who mandatory reporters are, other applicable Colorado statutes covered in the training and helpful background information, please visit Anfeald’s mandatory-reporter page. Anfeald will update this website as classes progress so check back periodically. Interested professionals can also add their name and email address to a mailing list to receive periodic updates on class dates, times, registration and other information.