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Online Training: Kids in the Know

Kids in the Know


This training is free for educators employed at an educational institution that owns a copy of the Kids in the Know program*


6 modules
Training can be completed in one or multiple sittings


  • Purchase of the Kids in the Know program
  • Computer, tablet, or smartphone with access to the internet**

Contact us at 1-800-532-9135 for access to the Kids in the Know online training

About the Training

The Kids in the Know (KIK) online training assists educators with successful implementation of the KIK program, our interactive safety education program for children from kindergarten to high school.

This online training addresses the following:

  • goals of the KIK program
  • teaching methods used in the lessons
  • the 7 Root Safety Strategies the program is based on
  • steps to take before starting the program
  • how to introduce lessons to students in a fun, age-appropriate way

This online training comes with Commit to Kids: Foundational Information for Safeguarding Children from Sexual Abuse, which should be completed prior to the Kids in the Know online training.


  1. * Notwithstanding, the Canadian Centre for Child Protection (C3P) reserves the right to refuse or terminate access to anyone at any time, at its sole discretion. Access to the training will not be granted until C3P has satisfactorily confirmed that the educational institution in question owns a copy of the Kids in the Know program. If there is a dispute in this regard, the records of C3P shall be taken as accurate and shall govern.
  2. ** While we use reasonable efforts to ensure the platform is compatible with common devices and operating systems, we cannot guarantee that a particular computer or device will be compatible with the platform. If your computer or device is not compatible, please let us know and we will either address the problem or issue the applicable refund.

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