PLEASE READ ALL INFORMATION BELOW:
High school students are not permitted or required to attend this workshop. High school students and younger must read and agree to the Code of Ethical Conduct for Minors ONLY. Please contact your parish/school Child Safety Coordinator for this document.
Victim survivors of sexual abuse are not required to attend this workshop. Please contact Tina Steck at email@example.com in the Office of Child and Youth Protection for alternate materials.
Anyone who has previously attended a live workshop for Protecting Godâ€™s Children for Adults since 2002 may contact the Office of Child and Youth Protection to confirm attendance and transfer it to your account in Prevent and Protect STL.
If this workshop is IN PERSON:
Please arrive 10 minutes prior to the start of the workshop to sign-in and complete any necessary paperwork. Doors will be closed 15 minutes after start time and late arrivals will not be permitted to enter. Due to the content of the workshop CHILDREN ARE NOT PERMITTED and childcare will not be provided. In case of INCLEMENT WEATHER please check local news stations for building and school closures. You may also contact the location directly to determine if the workshop has been cancelled. REGISTERED participants will be notified by email and/or phone if a class is cancelled due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances. Please allow at least two hours for the session; length may vary depending on group size and discussion.
If this workshop is on ZOOM:
Please ensure that your device has both audio and video capabilities and login at least five minutes before the start time. The session will last approximately two hours and participants are asked to remain visible for the duration of the workshop in order to verify attendance. This material is not suitable for children; please find a private location and use headphones, when necessary. Anyone seen operating a vehicle during the session will be removed and will need to register for another workshop at a better time. The Zoom link is below, when applicable, and will also be sent via email the day before the workshop.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, or call the Office of Child and Youth Protection at 314-792-7270. Masks are encouraged.