Child Welfare Training Collaborative

The Child Welfare Training Collaborative (CWTC) is a partnership between the Georgia State University Professional Excellence Program and the Georgia Division of Family and Children Services. Our Goal is to promote collaboration and common understanding of issues affecting children and families through our professional development opportunities.

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Upcoming Dates and Locations

Our workshops are open to all community members who work with children and families, including law enforcement, schools, foster parents, faith based organizations, mental health providers, child care agencies, juvenile courts, community service organizations, Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), Division staff and many others.

 

  • September 26, 2016

    Trauma 101: Understanding Child Trauma and Child Traumatic Stress: Athens, GA

    Instructional hours – 3.5 
    This course will provide participants with foundational knowledge about child trauma and child traumatic stress. Participants will learn how trauma affects children including the impact on child development.

    Learning Objectives

    • Explain the term “child traumatic stress”
    • Describe the types of experiences that constitute childhood trauma
    • Recognize role in responding to child traumatic stress
    • Explain the relationship between a child’s lifetime trauma history and his or her behaviors and responses.
    • Describe how traumatic experiences affect brain development
    • Identify the impact of trauma on child development.
    Register Now
  • September 27, 2016

    Trauma 101: Understanding Child Trauma and Child Traumatic Stress: Legrange, GA

    Instructional hours – 3.5 
    This course will provide participants with foundational knowledge about child trauma and child traumatic stress. Participants will learn how trauma affects children including the impact on child development.

    Learning Objectives

    • Explain the term “child traumatic stress”
    • Describe the types of experiences that constitute childhood trauma
    • Recognize role in responding to child traumatic stress
    • Explain the relationship between a child’s lifetime trauma history and his or her behaviors and responses.
    • Describe how traumatic experiences affect brain development
    • Identify the impact of trauma on child development.
    Register Now
  • September 29, 2016

    Trauma 101: Understanding Child Trauma and Child Traumatic Stress: Hinesville, GA

    Instructional hours – 3.5 
    This course will provide participants with foundational knowledge about child trauma and child traumatic stress. Participants will learn how trauma affects children including the impact on child development.

    Learning Objectives

    • Explain the term “child traumatic stress”
    • Describe the types of experiences that constitute childhood trauma
    • Recognize role in responding to child traumatic stress
    • Explain the relationship between a child’s lifetime trauma history and his or her behaviors and responses.
    • Describe how traumatic experiences affect brain development
    • Identify the impact of trauma on child development.
    Register Now
  • October 6, 2016

    Trauma 101: Understanding Child Trauma and Child Traumatic Stress: Austell, GA

    Instructional hours – 3.5 
    This course will provide participants with foundational knowledge about child trauma and child traumatic stress. Participants will learn how trauma affects children including the impact on child development.

    Learning Objectives

    • Explain the term “child traumatic stress”
    • Describe the types of experiences that constitute childhood trauma
    • Recognize role in responding to child traumatic stress
    • Explain the relationship between a child’s lifetime trauma history and his or her behaviors and responses.
    • Describe how traumatic experiences affect brain development
    • Identify the impact of trauma on child development.
    Register Now
  • October 7, 2016

    Trauma 101: Understanding Child Trauma and Child Traumatic Stress: Atlanta, GA (Gwinnett)

    Instructional hours – 3.5 
    This course will provide participants with foundational knowledge about child trauma and child traumatic stress. Participants will learn how trauma affects children including the impact on child development.

    Learning Objectives

    • Explain the term “child traumatic stress”
    • Describe the types of experiences that constitute childhood trauma
    • Recognize role in responding to child traumatic stress
    • Explain the relationship between a child’s lifetime trauma history and his or her behaviors and responses.
    • Describe how traumatic experiences affect brain development
    • Identify the impact of trauma on child development.
    Register Now
  • October 10 & 11, 2016

    Trauma 101: Understanding Child Trauma and Child Traumatic Stress: Atlanta, GA (Fulton)

    Instructional hours – 3.5 
    This course will provide participants with foundational knowledge about child trauma and child traumatic stress. Participants will learn how trauma affects children including the impact on child development.

    Learning Objectives

    • Explain the term “child traumatic stress”
    • Describe the types of experiences that constitute childhood trauma
    • Recognize role in responding to child traumatic stress
    • Explain the relationship between a child’s lifetime trauma history and his or her behaviors and responses.
    • Describe how traumatic experiences affect brain development
    • Identify the impact of trauma on child development.
    Register Now
  • October 13, 2016

    Trauma 101: Understanding Child Trauma and Child Traumatic Stress: Tifton, GA

    Instructional hours – 3.5 
    This course will provide participants with foundational knowledge about child trauma and child traumatic stress. Participants will learn how trauma affects children including the impact on child development.

    Learning Objectives

    • Explain the term “child traumatic stress”
    • Describe the types of experiences that constitute childhood trauma
    • Recognize role in responding to child traumatic stress
    • Explain the relationship between a child’s lifetime trauma history and his or her behaviors and responses.
    • Describe how traumatic experiences affect brain development
    • Identify the impact of trauma on child development.
    Register Now
  • October 14, 2016

    Trauma 101: Understanding Child Trauma and Child Traumatic Stress: Covington, GA

    Instructional hours – 3.5 
    This course will provide participants with foundational knowledge about child trauma and child traumatic stress. Participants will learn how trauma affects children including the impact on child development.

    Learning Objectives

    • Explain the term “child traumatic stress”
    • Describe the types of experiences that constitute childhood trauma
    • Recognize role in responding to child traumatic stress
    • Explain the relationship between a child’s lifetime trauma history and his or her behaviors and responses.
    • Describe how traumatic experiences affect brain development
    • Identify the impact of trauma on child development.
    Register Now
  • October 20, 2016

    Trauma 101: Understanding Child Trauma and Child Traumatic Stress: Albany, GA

    Instructional hours – 3.5 
    This course will provide participants with foundational knowledge about child trauma and child traumatic stress. Participants will learn how trauma affects children including the impact on child development.

    Learning Objectives

    • Explain the term “child traumatic stress”
    • Describe the types of experiences that constitute childhood trauma
    • Recognize role in responding to child traumatic stress
    • Explain the relationship between a child’s lifetime trauma history and his or her behaviors and responses.
    • Describe how traumatic experiences affect brain development
    • Identify the impact of trauma on child development.
    Register Now
  • October 25, 2016

    Trauma 101: Understanding Child Trauma and Child Traumatic Stress: Tiger, GA

    Instructional hours – 3.5 
    This course will provide participants with foundational knowledge about child trauma and child traumatic stress. Participants will learn how trauma affects children including the impact on child development.

    Learning Objectives

    • Explain the term “child traumatic stress”
    • Describe the types of experiences that constitute childhood trauma
    • Recognize role in responding to child traumatic stress
    • Explain the relationship between a child’s lifetime trauma history and his or her behaviors and responses.
    • Describe how traumatic experiences affect brain development
    • Identify the impact of trauma on child development.
    Register Now
  • October 27, 2016

    Trauma 101: Understanding Child Trauma and Child Traumatic Stress: Augusta, GA

    Instructional hours – 3.5 
    This course will provide participants with foundational knowledge about child trauma and child traumatic stress. Participants will learn how trauma affects children including the impact on child development.

    Learning Objectives

    • Explain the term “child traumatic stress”
    • Describe the types of experiences that constitute childhood trauma
    • Recognize role in responding to child traumatic stress
    • Explain the relationship between a child’s lifetime trauma history and his or her behaviors and responses.
    • Describe how traumatic experiences affect brain development
    • Identify the impact of trauma on child development.
    Register Now
  • October 28, 2016

    Trauma 101: Understanding Child Trauma and Child Traumatic Stress: Alpharetta, GA

    Instructional hours – 3.5 
    This course will provide participants with foundational knowledge about child trauma and child traumatic stress. Participants will learn how trauma affects children including the impact on child development.

    Learning Objectives

    • Explain the term “child traumatic stress”
    • Describe the types of experiences that constitute childhood trauma
    • Recognize role in responding to child traumatic stress
    • Explain the relationship between a child’s lifetime trauma history and his or her behaviors and responses.
    • Describe how traumatic experiences affect brain development
    • Identify the impact of trauma on child development.
    Register Now
  • October 28, 2016

    Trauma 101: Understanding Child Trauma and Child Traumatic Stress: Sandersville, GA

    Instructional hours – 3.5 
    This course will provide participants with foundational knowledge about child trauma and child traumatic stress. Participants will learn how trauma affects children including the impact on child development.

    Learning Objectives

    • Explain the term “child traumatic stress”
    • Describe the types of experiences that constitute childhood trauma
    • Recognize role in responding to child traumatic stress
    • Explain the relationship between a child’s lifetime trauma history and his or her behaviors and responses.
    • Describe how traumatic experiences affect brain development
    • Identify the impact of trauma on child development.
    Register Now

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