Background checks are required annually for all authorized adults who exercise care, custody, and/or control of minors in program activities. This includes, but is not limited to, faculty, staff, volunteers, coaches, instructors, TAMU students, etc. For more information on how to complete Background Checks, watch this video.
Child Protection Training
As a requirement under the Texas Education Code § 51.976, all individuals in a position involving interaction with youth must complete a training and examination program on sexual abuse and child molestation. The Texas A&M University System created an online training that meets the requirements of the Education Code and has been approved by the Texas Department of State Health Services. All Texas A&M University CPM program staff members must complete this training. For more information on how to complete the Child Protection Training Requirements, watch this video.
Incident Reporting Video
Incidents and accidents may involve minor to major physical injuries of participants and/or program staff, behavioral issues, hospital/doctor visits, or over-the-counter medication disbursement. Incident Reports must be submitted to University Youth Programs within 24 hours following the incident by the CPM Program Sponsor or his/her designee using the online Campus Programs for Minors Incident Report Form. For more information on how to complete the requirements for Incident Reporting, watch this video.