Recognition Program Recognized Organization Program

The Recognition Program recognizes schools and companies for their commitment to protecting children from child abuse.

To become recognized, schools and companies are required to train their staff in Child Abuse Prevention and to meet standards of practice in Child Protection.

Share Your Child Protection Commitment

Recognized organizations share their commitment to Child Protection to people inside and outside their communities.

Recognized Program - Employees, Volunteers, and Vendors
Employees, Volunteers, and Vendors
Recognized Program - Parents
Current and Prospective Parents
Recognized Program - Students
Recognized Program - Social Media and Webpage Visitors
Social Media Followers and Website Visitors
Recognized Program - Community
The Entirety of the Organization Community
Recognized Program - Accreditation Agencies
Accreditation Agencies
Recognized Program - Government
Local and Government Officials

Recognized organizations broadcast a clear warning message to potential abusers.

Program Benefits Recognition Program Benefits Recognition Program Benefits Recognition Program Benefits

Recognized organizations receive:

  • A personalized Recognized Organization webpage on
  • A recognition plaque shipped directly to the organization
  • Personalized logos for the organization website, publications, and social media
    Note: All QR codes direct to the organization’s Recognized Organization webpage
  • Inclusion in communications

Our Recognized Organizations

We are proud to recognize 51 organizations across 22 countries.


Purchase credits to start your Child Protection training today.

What Customers Say About

Director, Commission on International EducationNew England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC)

All NEASC schools are held to a high standard for child protection and safeguarding policies, practices, procedures, and impacts. We expect everybody in a learning community to take responsibility. We appreciate the important training tool that offers to schools, and indeed support all efforts to promote such training and awareness in schools.