About the SEYM Child Abuse Prevention Program (C.A.P.P.)
Thanks to our staff of SEYM CAPP-registered, dedicated volunteers, we are able to have a Youth Program that offers our young people a full schedule of fun, creative, and enriching activities at our gatherings!
Our SEYM Youth Program is organized and operates according to the Southeastern Yearly Meeting Child Abuse Prevent Training Manual & Procedures. The Child Abuse Prevention Program (CAPP) ensures that everyone, children, parents, Youth Program Workers, and Youth Program Coordinators alike, can feel safe and free to focus on having a wonderful time at our events.
Our CAPP training is designed to give our Youth Program Workers the tools, support and empowerment to create a caring space where each child can explore their creativity, playfulness, feelings and ideas, and learn what it is to be a Friend.
Becoming a registered SEYM Youth Program Worker
Step 1: Volunteer. Download the Application Form>. Print out and complete the two forms, ‘Permission to Obtain a Background Check’ and ‘References’, and mail them to the SEYM office.
Step 2: Read the SEYM Child Abuse Prevention Training Manual & Procedures. You may read it online or download it here, or you may request a ring-bound copy from the office. When you have finished reading the Manual, contact the CAPP Coordinator, Nancy Fennell to schedule your training, Step 3.
Step 3: Participate in the Training. The training covers child abuse prevention, bullying prevention, and other topics. Total training time is estimated to be about 1 hour.
Step 4: Verification forms.
- Print out and complete your Training Verification Form and mail it to the Secretary.
- The Trainer will complete and send in the Training Attendance Record.
Step 5: Approval by Review Committee.
Send All Forms to the Seym Office: SEYM, P.O. Box 4024, Winter Park, FL 32793
If you have any questions, please contact our CAPP Coordinator, Nancy Fennell