Family Advocacy 101: The Essentials of CAC Family Advocacy

Summary

Family Advocacy 101 is a three-day introductory course designed to provide the basic knowledge and skills that family advocates need to get started in their roles with the CAC. Topics include: Dynamics of Child Maltreatment, Overview of the CAC Model, Roles and Responsibilities of a Family Advocate, Working with Non-Offending Caregivers, The Forensic Interview: What Family Advocates Need to Know, Crime Victims’ Rights and Crime Victims’ Compensation, Assistance with Resources and Services, Crisis Assessment and Intervention, Professional Ethics and Boundaries, Data: Case Tracking and OMS, and Compassion Fatigue and Self-Care.

Prerequisites: None

Approval Process: Registrants will be notified of approval status after registration deadline, approximately one month prior to training. 

Offering quality, professional training in a classroom environment is a key priority for our organization, and we feel that this format is the most conducive to effective learning. Our format allows for small groups, one-on-one coaching and ample Q&A. However, given the inherent size of classroom training, we have to carefully manage the registration process. Our goal is to ensure that participants have timely access to the training sessions they are in need of in order to do their important jobs effectively. In reviewing registrations, our process is to assess both the registrant CAC’s needs as well as the registrant’s completion of course prerequisites.

Details

  • When

  • Monday, May 22, 2017 - Wednesday, May 24, 2017

  • Where

  • Children's Advocacy Centers of Texas
    1501 West Anderson Lane, Bldg. A
    Austin, Texas 78757
    512-906-2914

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