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  • Caseworker Core

    Caseworker
    Core

  • Adoption assessor

    Adoption
    assessor

  • Becoming a Trauma Informed Caregiver/Worker/Parent

    Becoming a Trauma Informed
    Caregiver/Worker/Parent

  • Working with Sexually Abused Children

    Working with
    Sexually Abused Children

  • Child and Youth Care Worker Training

    Child and Youth
    Care Worker Training

  • Training the Trainer

    Training
    the Trainer

  • Key aspects for caring orphans and children deprived of parental care

    Key aspects for caring orphans and children
    deprived of parental care

  • Supervisor Core

    Supervisor
    Core

  • Caseworker Core Caseworker Core
  • Caseworker Core
  • Caseworker Core

    Family is the most important thing in child’s life. During the life, family can experience various difficulties and problems it cannot cope with alone. If that is the case, a social worker involves into situation to help overcome these difficulties. Training program “Caseworker Core” is a basic program that was specifically designed for social workers working with families who find themselves in difficult circumstances. Under this program, specialists will learn to work on the protection of children at risk of abuse or neglect of their needs, risk assessment and safety planning, case planning and strategies for removing, placement or reunification with the biological family that will be less traumatic for the child. Let’s protect children and save families for them.

    • Module I: Family-Centered Approach to Child Protective Services (2 days)
    • Module II: Engaging Families in Family-Centered Child Protective Services 1 day)
    • Module III: Legal Aspects of Social Work with Families and Children in Ukraine (2 days)
    • Module IV: Assessment in Family-Centered Child Protective Services (3 days)
    • Module V: Investigative Processes in Family-Centered Child Protective (1 day)
    • Module VI: Case Planning and Family-Centered Casework, (3 days)
    • Module VII: Child Development: Implications for Family-Centered Child
    • Protective Services (3 days)
    • Module VIII: Separation, Placement, and Reunification (3 days)
  • Adoption assessor Adoption assessor
  • Adoption assessor
  • Adoption assessor

    The training program was developed to train specialists in the area of placement of children in family care. The main goal is to prepare highly qualified specialists for assessment of future adoptive parents, guardians and foster parents, organization of the placement process of the child and social and psychological support for families at all stages. All experts in placing children in family care should fully understand the importance of the evaluation process of candidates, selection process and providing support to all parties involved.

    • Module I: Family and Child Assessment (1 day)
    • Module II: Placement Strategies (2 days)
    • Module III: Services for Birth Parents (1 day)
    • Module IV: Pre-Finalization Services (1 day)
    • Module V: Gathering and Documenting Background Information (1 day)
    • Module VI: Post-Finalization Adoption Service (1 day)
    • Module VII: Cultural Issues in Permanency Planning (1 day)
    • Module VIII: Achieving Permanency through Interagency Collaboration (1 day)
    • Module IX: Openness in Adoption (1 day)
  • Becoming a Trauma Informed Caregiver/Worker/Parent Becoming a Trauma Informed Caregiver/Worker/Parent
  • Becoming a Trauma Informed Caregiver/Worker/Parent
  • Becoming a Trauma Informed Caregiver/Worker/Parent

    The main priorities for child protection professionals, adoptive parents, foster parents and guardians are safety, welfare and permanence for the child. Therefore, anyone who touches the life of a child deprived of parental love must understand her traumatic experience. Training program “Becoming a Trauma Informed Caregiver/Worker/Parent” was developed to help child protection professionals and foster parents to acquire knowledge and skills that will help create the environment that heals.

    • Day 1: The Impact of Trauma on the Life of a Child
    • Day 2: Building Trauma Competent Caregivers: Understanding and Navigating the Emotional and Behavioral Needs of Traumatized Children
    • Day 3: Using the Skills of a Trauma Competent Caregiver
  • Working with Sexually Abused Children Working with Sexually Abused Children
  • Working with Sexually Abused Children
  • Working with
    Sexually Abused Children

    Professionals working in child welfare must constantly grow and learn new approaches and techniques to effectively protect children and strengthen families. The professional and timely assistance to abused children is an important task of specialists in social work. Therefore, experts should be well acquainted with the specifics of working with children who have suffered from sexual abuse and be able to help them on their way to psychological healing. Training program "Working with Sexually Abused Children" was designed for professionals who want to know the specifics of this group of clients and how to help them.

    • Module I: Overview of Child Sexual Abuse (2 days)
    • Module II: Sexuality of Children: Healthy Sexual Behaviors & Behaviors that Cause Concern (2 days)
    • Module III: Investigating Child Sexual Abuse Cases (2 days)
    • Module IV: Working With Youth with Sexually Abusive Behaviors (2 days)
    • Module V: Recognizing and Responding to Children Who Have Been Sexually Abused (2 days)
    • Module VI: Family Reunification and Case Closure in Child Sexual Abuse (1 day)
  • Child and Youth Care Worker Training Child and Youth Care Worker Training
  • Child And Youth Care Worker Training
  • Child and Youth
    Care Worker Training

    Nowadays a certain number of orphans and children deprived of parental care are brought up in rehabilitation centers, orphanages and boarding schools. "Child and Youth Care Worker Training" was designed for employees who work with children and youth in residential care. The program establishes a model for working with children, conveys important information, including the value of family-centered approach in working with children, and promotes the development of skills needed for the job.

    • Module I: The Job: Child and Youth Work as a Profession
    • Module II: The Impact of Abuse and Neglect on the Child’s Development
    • Module III: Attachment, Separation and Placement
    • Module IV: Group Living
    • Module V: Understanding and Approaching Behaviours
    • Module VI: Working With the Sexually Abused Youth
    • Module VII: Observation, Documentation and Reporting
  • Training the Trainer Training the Trainer
  • Training the Trainer
  • Training the Trainer

    Trainer is a professional who is constantly self-developing and creative searching. Regardless of whether it is training activities or developing its own training programs, the trainer should always be informed, to know and understand the features of the training adults, be able to build cooperation with participants and between participants, to know many training techniques and be able to apply them while working. The program will help to meet the profession of "trainer" and to learn the conceptual framework of “conducting training”, to try yourself as a trainer, get practical recommendations for development from professionals.

    • Module I: Trainer Core (3 days)
    • Module II: Training Programs Development (3 days)
    • Module III: Guidelines for Trainer Excellence (3 days)
  • Supervisor Core Supervisor Core
  • Supervisor Core
  • Supervisor Core

    Achieving the organization's mission, efficiency of employees, professional development of every worker – all of this depends on successful leadership. If you want to be a good leader, you must know how to create a team of experts that will successfully move to the goal. The training program "Supervisor Core" was created for executives and managers considering the specific management of non-profit organizations to help them be successful and achieve their goals.

    • Module I: Leadership in Child Welfare
    • Module II: Communication, Conflict and Change
    • Module III: Improving Individual Staff Performance
    • Module IV: Professional Development of Staff
    • Module V: Collaboration and Teamwork
  • Key aspects for
    caring orphans and children
    deprived of parental care
    Key aspects for caring orphans and children deprived of parental care
  • Key aspects for caring
    orphans and children deprived of parental care
  • Key aspects for
    caring orphans and children
    deprived of parental care

    The main priorities for child protection professionals, adoptive parents, foster parents and guardians are safety, welfare and permanence for the child. Therefore, anyone who touches the life of a child deprived of parental love must understand her traumatic experience, its impact on the build of attachment of the child and her behavior. Training program “Key aspects for caring orphans and children deprived of parental care” was developed to help child protection professionals and foster parents to acquire knowledge and skills that will help create the environment that heals.

    • Module I: Helping Children Who Experienced Trauma
    • Module II: Helping Children with Attachment Disorders
    • Module III: Coping with Child’s Problem Behaviours