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EVENT FULL – REGISTRATION NOW CLOSED Foundations of Caregiver Support 101 Trauma Training Series Train the Trainer Edmonton June 18 – 21, 2018
June 18, 2018 @ 8:30 am - June 21, 2018 @ 4:30 pm MDTFree
This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a cultural shift, that will positively affect outcomes for children and families.
FCS aligns with the Child Intervention Practice Framework, Signs of Safety, and the Prevention and Early Intervention Framework to support positive interactions between workers, children and youth, and their caregivers.
In the first phase of delivery, four of the FCS modules were piloted with select front-line staff and caregivers over the course of 2016-17, including the 2016 and 2017 AFPA conferences, and the Northwest Aboriginal Caregiver Training Retreat (Treaty 8) in 2016 and 2017.
In phase two, CS and First Nation Agencies (DFNA) front-line workers, and caregivers will receive the training.
- Phase two training is expected to be completed for current workers by June, 2018.
- This training will be mandatory for delegated staff. However, all CS staff will be encouraged to take the training.
- CS aims to train all existing caregivers by the Fall of 2019.
Key stakeholders, including the Alberta Foster/Kinship Association (AFKA) and ALIGN Association of Community Services, have been involved in this project and will play a key role in the delivery of the FCS modules to caregivers. ALIGN will be hosting train the trainer opportunities in your area in 2018 to give agencies the material to train their own staff and caregivers, as well, ALIGN will be hosting the training series in 2018/2019 for agencies staff and cargivers throughout the province.
Phase three will be the incorporation of this material into Work Force Development (June 2018) and on-going Caregiver training (Fall 2018).
Note: This training session will be very personal, more than other training sessions. In person attendance on all days is essential.
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