- What is the process for completing Safe Sanctuaries certification?
- What is the difference between Local Church and Conference Certification?
- What fees are there for Local Church or Conference online certification?
- What if an individual cannot do online either because of internet access or because of limited familiarity with computers?
- How long does the certification last?
- Is it necessary for me to be Missouri-trained and certified as I live out of state and will be participating in a Missouri Conference or District event?
- Help! I can't get logged into my account.
- What is the Safe Sanctuaries training website address?
The process for completing Safe Sanctuaries certification is to contact your Local Church Safe Sanctuaries Coordinator (LCA). Provide the LCA with your official first and last name and email address. The LCA will start your certification training and screening process by sending you an email with the login information and the website that you need to use.
There are two levels of certification, and an applicant can be certified at either level or both levels.
- Conference Certification is specifically for district or Conference activities because there are additional requirements for supervision at district or Conference events. Examples of District or Conference events are attending the WOW youth event, a Conference or district sponsored mission trip, a conference or district retreat, a confirmation, or serving as a camp counselor.
- Local Church Certification is specifically for events at the local church level such as serving as a Sunday school teacher, as a preschool teacher, at a Vacation Bible School, in a daycare operation, in a church nursery, as a computer technical support, as a cook or as a van driver for a local church event.
- Supervision is the ability for a person to be in charge of a group of children, youth or vulnerable adults, giving direction, setting boundaries, disciplining appropriately, maintaining safety and being the adult in all situations.
The individual applicant fee is $30 per person, which includes the background screen, online training and software costs.
Someone in the church who is comfortable with computers can assist you, or a local church or district office can assist you. You can go to a library for internet access. All district offices have high speed internet access.
The certification is good for four years from the date of the Safe Sanctuaries training.
You must be certified by the Missouri Conference Safe Sanctuaries program in order to attend a Missouri Conference or district event as a chaperone, counselor or volunteer.
Usernames as well as passwords are case sensitive. And there are no spaces.
The "G" and "R" are capitalized and there is no space between the first and last name.
The password can’t be copied, and pasted in, you must type it in. If you continue to have trouble, please contact us using the information below.
Copy the link that appears below. You should be able to select it, right click and copy.
Then open your web browser, paste it into the address bar and press enter. This will take you to the Safe Sanctuaries login page. You may want to bookmark this page so you can return to it easily later.
For more information please email the Safe Sanctuaries office, and we will assist you with questions about training options.
Safe Sanctuaries, Missouri Annual Conference Center
3601 Amron Court