Child Protection Training in
Our Child Protection Training in Tagalog was written by Child Safeguarding experts and translated by native speaking educators. The language and instructional content are designed to meet the learning needs of mother tongue Tagalog speakers working in schools or working with school vendors.
Tagalog Demo Video
Five Parts of the Course
Types of Abuse
Emosyonal na Pang-aabuso
Pisikal na Pang-aabuso
Sekswal na Pang-aabuso
Tagalog Certificate of Completion
Translator: Reyann Lorica
Reviewer: Arni Supan
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