Facilitator Training - Ottawa, ON, Canada
Jun
4
to Jun 5

Facilitator Training - Ottawa, ON, Canada

  • University of Ottawa - Faculty of Social Sciences (4014 / 7003) (map)
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Cet événement est présenté en anglais et en français

This event is bilingually presented in both English and French.


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Our upcoming training event is the next opportunity to become an Accredited Caring Dads Facilitator and join the leading, international network of clinicians working at the intersection of fathering and gender-based violence.

Who should attend?

Caring Dads Facilitator training is appropriate for any professional interested in working with fathers (including biological, step, or common-law fathers) who have who have physically abused, emotionally abused or neglected their children, or exposed their children to domestic violence, or who are deemed to be at high-risk for these behaviors.

Our training attendees commonly include batterer intervention program group leaders, child protection workers, counselors working within child and family mental health services, victim advocates, probation officers and their supervisors and managers. Other professionals that are sometimes involved include psychologists, violence prevention educators, substance abuse counselors, healthcare workers, police officers, native leaders, clergy and military personnel.

Course Format

Facilitator Training events are held over 2 days and introduces participants to the principles and values that guide the Caring Dads program. We then move into interactive training on the program material. Role plays are used to demonstrate key exercises and participants have the chance to acquire and practice skills in leading group exercise.

Topics include, among others:

  • Caring Dads program goals, principles and values
  • The need for intervention with fathers
  • Child-centred fathering
  • Referral, intake and collaborative case management
  • Mother contact
  • Case reviews
  • Supporting community collaboration

Clinical Consultation

4 mandatory Clinical Consultation sessions follow the Facilitator Training course - these sessions are designed to offer clinical oversight and support to new Facilitators as they deliver their first Caring Dads groups. 

Clinical Consultation sessions are delivered via webinar and comprise a video section, a live Q&A with an accredited Caring Dads Trainer, a knowledge assessment, and an evaluation component. The Clinical Consultation series should be completed within 1 year of Training date. After completion Facilitators are fully accredited and certified. 

Investment

Becoming an accredited facilitator involves both tuition and licensing.

Tuition: $900 CAD

Course tuition includes lunch and refreshments, as well as an electronic copy of the Caring Dads program manual. Also included is a series of clinical supervision sessions to support you as you conduct your first Caring Dads groups.

Annual License Fees: $100 CAD

Annual licensing fees support the ongoing development of materials needed to run group sessions, our Reporting & Quality Assurance system, and a host of other resources. Annual license fees also cover access to our online Pro-Portal.

Pro-Portal

The Pro-Portal is where facilitators and trainers:

  • Participate in our Quality Assurance and Program Evaluation system. Surveys may be administered and submitted online, and our accredited professionals receive detailed reports for every group or training they run.
  • Access a host of constantly updates resources, including handouts, slides, videos, intake forms, recruitment and promotional materials.
  • Consult, connect and share experiences with other Caring Dads professionals in the free forum.

Terms & Conditions

Accreditation is a once-off process, however, attendance at one Caring Dads conference every two years is strongly advised (Conferences may be attended via webinar). Copyright © Caring Dads. All rights reserved. Caring Dads is a registered trademark. Check our Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions.



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Facilitator Training - Halifax, NS, Canada
Jun
7
to Jun 8

Facilitator Training - Halifax, NS, Canada

  • Marion McCain Arts and Social Sciences Bldg (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS


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Our upcoming training event is the next opportunity to become an Accredited Caring Dads Facilitator and join the leading, international network of clinicians working at the intersection of fathering and gender-based violence.

Who should attend?

Caring Dads Facilitator training is appropriate for any professional interested in working with fathers (including biological, step, or common-law fathers) who have who have physically abused, emotionally abused or neglected their children, or exposed their children to domestic violence, or who are deemed to be at high-risk for these behaviors.

Our training attendees commonly include batterer intervention program group leaders, child protection workers, counselors working within child and family mental health services, victim advocates, probation officers and their supervisors and managers. Other professionals that are sometimes involved include psychologists, violence prevention educators, substance abuse counselors, healthcare workers, police officers, native leaders, clergy and military personnel.

Course Format

Facilitator Training events are held over 2 days and introduces participants to the principles and values that guide the Caring Dads program. We then move into interactive training on the program material. Role plays are used to demonstrate key exercises and participants have the chance to acquire and practice skills in leading group exercise.

Topics include, among others:

  • Caring Dads program goals, principles and values
  • The need for intervention with fathers
  • Child-centred fathering
  • Referral, intake and collaborative case management
  • Mother contact
  • Case reviews
  • Supporting community collaboration

Clinical Consultation

4 mandatory Clinical Consultation sessions follow the Facilitator Training course - these sessions are designed to offer clinical oversight and support to new Facilitators as they deliver their first Caring Dads groups. 

Clinical Consultation sessions are delivered via webinar and comprise a video section, a live Q&A with an accredited Caring Dads Trainer, a knowledge assessment, and an evaluation component. The Clinical Consultation series should be completed within 1 year of Training date. After completion Facilitators are fully accredited and certified. 

Investment

Becoming an accredited facilitator involves both tuition and licensing.

Tuition: $900 CAD

Course tuition includes lunch and refreshments, as well as an electronic copy of the Caring Dads program manual. Also included is a series of clinical supervision sessions to support you as you conduct your first Caring Dads groups.

Annual License Fees: $100 CAD

Annual licensing fees support the ongoing development of materials needed to run group sessions, our Reporting & Quality Assurance system, and a host of other resources. Annual license fees also cover access to our online Pro-Portal.

Pro-Portal

The Pro-Portal is where facilitators and trainers:

  • Participate in our Quality Assurance and Program Evaluation system. Surveys may be administered and submitted online, and our accredited professionals receive detailed reports for every group or training they run.
  • Access a host of constantly updates resources, including handouts, slides, videos, intake forms, recruitment and promotional materials.
  • Consult, connect and share experiences with other Caring Dads professionals in the free forum.

Terms & Conditions

Accreditation is a once-off process, however, attendance at one Caring Dads conference every two years is strongly advised (Conferences may be attended via webinar). Copyright © Caring Dads. All rights reserved. Caring Dads is a registered trademark. Check our Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions.



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Facilitator Training - Colorado, U.S.A.
Jun
27
to Jun 28

Facilitator Training - Colorado, U.S.A.

  • Fremont County Human Services (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

 
 
 This event is still in the planning phase. Dates and venues may change. Reserve spaces now to avoid dissapointment.

This event is still in the planning phase. Dates and venues may change. Reserve spaces now to avoid dissapointment.


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Our upcoming training event is the next opportunity to become an Accredited Caring Dads Facilitator and join the leading, international network of clinicians working at the intersection of fathering and gender-based violence.

Who should attend?

Caring Dads Facilitator training is appropriate for any professional interested in working with fathers (including biological, step, or common-law fathers) who have who have physically abused, emotionally abused or neglected their children, or exposed their children to domestic violence, or who are deemed to be at high-risk for these behaviors.

Our training attendees commonly include batterer intervention program group leaders, child protection workers, counselors working within child and family mental health services, victim advocates, probation officers and their supervisors and managers. Other professionals that are sometimes involved include psychologists, violence prevention educators, substance abuse counselors, healthcare workers, police officers, native leaders, clergy and military personnel.

Course Format

Facilitator Training events are held over 2 days and introduces participants to the principles and values that guide the Caring Dads program. We then move into interactive training on the program material. Role plays are used to demonstrate key exercises and participants have the chance to acquire and practice skills in leading group exercise.

Topics include, among others:

  • Caring Dads program goals, principles and values
  • The need for intervention with fathers
  • Child-centred fathering
  • Referral, intake and collaborative case management
  • Mother contact
  • Case reviews
  • Supporting community collaboration

Clinical Consultation

4 mandatory Clinical Consultation sessions follow the Facilitator Training course - these sessions are designed to offer clinical oversight and support to new Facilitators as they deliver their first Caring Dads groups. 

Clinical Consultation sessions are delivered via webinar and comprise a video section, a live Q&A with an accredited Caring Dads Trainer, a knowledge assessment, and an evaluation component. The Clinical Consultation series should be completed within 1 year of Training date. After completion Facilitators are fully accredited and certified. 

Investment

Becoming an accredited facilitator involves both tuition and licensing.

Tuition: $900 CAD

Course tuition includes lunch and refreshments, as well as an electronic copy of the Caring Dads program manual. Also included is a series of clinical supervision sessions to support you as you conduct your first Caring Dads groups.

Annual License Fees: $100 CAD

Annual licensing fees support the ongoing development of materials needed to run group sessions, our Reporting & Quality Assurance system, and a host of other resources. Annual license fees also cover access to our online Pro-Portal.

Pro-Portal

The Pro-Portal is where facilitators and trainers:

  • Participate in our Quality Assurance and Program Evaluation system. Surveys may be administered and submitted online, and our accredited professionals receive detailed reports for every group or training they run.
  • Access a host of constantly updates resources, including handouts, slides, videos, intake forms, recruitment and promotional materials.
  • Consult, connect and share experiences with other Caring Dads professionals in the free forum.

Terms & Conditions

Accreditation is a once-off process, however, attendance at one Caring Dads conference every two years is strongly advised (Conferences may be attended via webinar). Copyright © Caring Dads. All rights reserved. Caring Dads is a registered trademark. Check our Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions.


 
 
 This event is still in the planning phase. Dates and venues may change. Reserve spaces now to avoid dissapointment.

This event is still in the planning phase. Dates and venues may change. Reserve spaces now to avoid dissapointment.


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Facilitator Training - Calgary, AB, Canada
Jul
25
to Jul 26

Facilitator Training - Calgary, AB, Canada



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Our upcoming training event is the next opportunity to become an Accredited Caring Dads Facilitator and join the leading, international network of clinicians working at the intersection of fathering and gender-based violence.

Who should attend?

Caring Dads Facilitator training is appropriate for any professional interested in working with fathers (including biological, step, or common-law fathers) who have who have physically abused, emotionally abused or neglected their children, or exposed their children to domestic violence, or who are deemed to be at high-risk for these behaviors.

Our training attendees commonly include batterer intervention program group leaders, child protection workers, counselors working within child and family mental health services, victim advocates, probation officers and their supervisors and managers. Other professionals that are sometimes involved include psychologists, violence prevention educators, substance abuse counselors, healthcare workers, police officers, native leaders, clergy and military personnel.

Course Format

Facilitator Training events are held over 2 days and introduces participants to the principles and values that guide the Caring Dads program. We then move into interactive training on the program material. Role plays are used to demonstrate key exercises and participants have the chance to acquire and practice skills in leading group exercise.

Topics include, among others:

  • Caring Dads program goals, principles and values
  • The need for intervention with fathers
  • Child-centred fathering
  • Referral, intake and collaborative case management
  • Mother contact
  • Case reviews
  • Supporting community collaboration

Clinical Consultation

4 mandatory Clinical Consultation sessions follow the Facilitator Training course - these sessions are designed to offer clinical oversight and support to new Facilitators as they deliver their first Caring Dads groups. 

Clinical Consultation sessions are delivered via webinar and comprise a video section, a live Q&A with an accredited Caring Dads Trainer, a knowledge assessment, and an evaluation component. The Clinical Consultation series should be completed within 1 year of Training date. After completion Facilitators are fully accredited and certified. 

Investment

Becoming an accredited facilitator involves both tuition and licensing.

Tuition: $900 CAD

Course tuition includes lunch and refreshments, as well as an electronic copy of the Caring Dads program manual. Also included is a series of clinical supervision sessions to support you as you conduct your first Caring Dads groups.

Annual License Fees: $100 CAD

Annual licensing fees support the ongoing development of materials needed to run group sessions, our Reporting & Quality Assurance system, and a host of other resources. Annual license fees also cover access to our online Pro-Portal.

Pro-Portal

The Pro-Portal is where facilitators and trainers:

  • Participate in our Quality Assurance and Program Evaluation system. Surveys may be administered and submitted online, and our accredited professionals receive detailed reports for every group or training they run.
  • Access a host of constantly updates resources, including handouts, slides, videos, intake forms, recruitment and promotional materials.
  • Consult, connect and share experiences with other Caring Dads professionals in the free forum.

Terms & Conditions

Accreditation is a once-off process, however, attendance at one Caring Dads conference every two years is strongly advised (Conferences may be attended via webinar). Copyright © Caring Dads. All rights reserved. Caring Dads is a registered trademark. Check our Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions.



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Facilitator Training - Toronto, ON, Canada
Jul
26
to Jul 27

Facilitator Training - Toronto, ON, Canada



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Our upcoming training event is the next opportunity to become an Accredited Caring Dads Facilitator and join the leading, international network of clinicians working at the intersection of fathering and gender-based violence.

Who should attend?

Caring Dads Facilitator training is appropriate for any professional interested in working with fathers (including biological, step, or common-law fathers) who have who have physically abused, emotionally abused or neglected their children, or exposed their children to domestic violence, or who are deemed to be at high-risk for these behaviors.

Our training attendees commonly include batterer intervention program group leaders, child protection workers, counselors working within child and family mental health services, victim advocates, probation officers and their supervisors and managers. Other professionals that are sometimes involved include psychologists, violence prevention educators, substance abuse counselors, healthcare workers, police officers, native leaders, clergy and military personnel.

Course Format

Facilitator Training events are held over 2 days and introduces participants to the principles and values that guide the Caring Dads program. We then move into interactive training on the program material. Role plays are used to demonstrate key exercises and participants have the chance to acquire and practice skills in leading group exercise.

Topics include, among others:

  • Caring Dads program goals, principles and values
  • The need for intervention with fathers
  • Child-centred fathering
  • Referral, intake and collaborative case management
  • Mother contact
  • Case reviews
  • Supporting community collaboration

Clinical Consultation

4 mandatory Clinical Consultation sessions follow the Facilitator Training course - these sessions are designed to offer clinical oversight and support to new Facilitators as they deliver their first Caring Dads groups. 

Clinical Consultation sessions are delivered via webinar and comprise a video section, a live Q&A with an accredited Caring Dads Trainer, a knowledge assessment, and an evaluation component. The Clinical Consultation series should be completed within 1 year of Training date. After completion Facilitators are fully accredited and certified. 

Investment

Becoming an accredited facilitator involves both tuition and licensing.

Tuition: $900 CAD

Course tuition includes lunch and refreshments, as well as an electronic copy of the Caring Dads program manual. Also included is a series of clinical supervision sessions to support you as you conduct your first Caring Dads groups.

Annual License Fees: $100 CAD

Annual licensing fees support the ongoing development of materials needed to run group sessions, our Reporting & Quality Assurance system, and a host of other resources. Annual license fees also cover access to our online Pro-Portal.

Pro-Portal

The Pro-Portal is where facilitators and trainers:

  • Participate in our Quality Assurance and Program Evaluation system. Surveys may be administered and submitted online, and our accredited professionals receive detailed reports for every group or training they run.
  • Access a host of constantly updates resources, including handouts, slides, videos, intake forms, recruitment and promotional materials.
  • Consult, connect and share experiences with other Caring Dads professionals in the free forum.

Terms & Conditions

Accreditation is a once-off process, however, attendance at one Caring Dads conference every two years is strongly advised (Conferences may be attended via webinar). Copyright © Caring Dads. All rights reserved. Caring Dads is a registered trademark. Check our Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions.



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Facilitator Training - London, UK
Aug
23
to Aug 24

Facilitator Training - London, UK



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Our upcoming training event is the next opportunity to become an Accredited Caring Dads Facilitator and join the leading, international network of clinicians working at the intersection of fathering and gender-based violence.

Who should attend?

Caring Dads Facilitator training is appropriate for any professional interested in working with fathers (including biological, step, or common-law fathers) who have who have physically abused, emotionally abused or neglected their children, or exposed their children to domestic violence, or who are deemed to be at high-risk for these behaviors.

Our training attendees commonly include batterer intervention program group leaders, child protection workers, counselors working within child and family mental health services, victim advocates, probation officers and their supervisors and managers. Other professionals that are sometimes involved include psychologists, violence prevention educators, substance abuse counselors, healthcare workers, police officers, native leaders, clergy and military personnel.

Course Format

Facilitator Training events are held over 2 days and introduces participants to the principles and values that guide the Caring Dads program. We then move into interactive training on the program material. Role plays are used to demonstrate key exercises and participants have the chance to acquire and practice skills in leading group exercise.

Topics include, among others:

  • Caring Dads program goals, principles and values
  • The need for intervention with fathers
  • Child-centred fathering
  • Referral, intake and collaborative case management
  • Mother contact
  • Case reviews
  • Supporting community collaboration

Clinical Consultation

4 mandatory Clinical Consultation sessions follow the Facilitator Training course - these sessions are designed to offer clinical oversight and support to new Facilitators as they deliver their first Caring Dads groups. 

Clinical Consultation sessions are delivered via webinar and comprise a video section, a live Q&A with an accredited Caring Dads Trainer, a knowledge assessment, and an evaluation component. The Clinical Consultation series should be completed within 1 year of Training date. After completion Facilitators are fully accredited and certified. 

Investment

Becoming an accredited facilitator involves both tuition and licensing.

Tuition: $900 CAD

Course tuition includes lunch and refreshments, as well as an electronic copy of the Caring Dads program manual. Also included is a series of clinical supervision sessions to support you as you conduct your first Caring Dads groups.

Annual License Fees: $100 CAD

Annual licensing fees support the ongoing development of materials needed to run group sessions, our Reporting & Quality Assurance system, and a host of other resources. Annual license fees also cover access to our online Pro-Portal.

Pro-Portal

The Pro-Portal is where facilitators and trainers:

  • Participate in our Quality Assurance and Program Evaluation system. Surveys may be administered and submitted online, and our accredited professionals receive detailed reports for every group or training they run.
  • Access a host of constantly updates resources, including handouts, slides, videos, intake forms, recruitment and promotional materials.
  • Consult, connect and share experiences with other Caring Dads professionals in the free forum.

Terms & Conditions

Accreditation is a once-off process, however, attendance at one Caring Dads conference every two years is strongly advised (Conferences may be attended via webinar). Copyright © Caring Dads. All rights reserved. Caring Dads is a registered trademark. Check our Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions.



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Facilitator Training - London, ON, Canada
Sep
19
to Sep 20

Facilitator Training - London, ON, Canada



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Our upcoming training event is the next opportunity to become an Accredited Caring Dads Facilitator and join the leading, international network of clinicians working at the intersection of fathering and gender-based violence.

Who should attend?

Caring Dads Facilitator training is appropriate for any professional interested in working with fathers (including biological, step, or common-law fathers) who have who have physically abused, emotionally abused or neglected their children, or exposed their children to domestic violence, or who are deemed to be at high-risk for these behaviors.

Our training attendees commonly include batterer intervention program group leaders, child protection workers, counselors working within child and family mental health services, victim advocates, probation officers and their supervisors and managers. Other professionals that are sometimes involved include psychologists, violence prevention educators, substance abuse counselors, healthcare workers, police officers, native leaders, clergy and military personnel.

Course Format

Facilitator Training events are held over 2 days and introduces participants to the principles and values that guide the Caring Dads program. We then move into interactive training on the program material. Role plays are used to demonstrate key exercises and participants have the chance to acquire and practice skills in leading group exercise.

Topics include, among others:

  • Caring Dads program goals, principles and values
  • The need for intervention with fathers
  • Child-centred fathering
  • Referral, intake and collaborative case management
  • Mother contact
  • Case reviews
  • Supporting community collaboration

Clinical Consultation

4 mandatory Clinical Consultation sessions follow the Facilitator Training course - these sessions are designed to offer clinical oversight and support to new Facilitators as they deliver their first Caring Dads groups. 

Clinical Consultation sessions are delivered via webinar and comprise a video section, a live Q&A with an accredited Caring Dads Trainer, a knowledge assessment, and an evaluation component. The Clinical Consultation series should be completed within 1 year of Training date. After completion Facilitators are fully accredited and certified. 

Investment

Becoming an accredited facilitator involves both tuition and licensing.

Tuition: $900 CAD

Course tuition includes lunch and refreshments, as well as an electronic copy of the Caring Dads program manual. Also included is a series of clinical supervision sessions to support you as you conduct your first Caring Dads groups.

Annual License Fees: $100 CAD

Annual licensing fees support the ongoing development of materials needed to run group sessions, our Reporting & Quality Assurance system, and a host of other resources. Annual license fees also cover access to our online Pro-Portal.

Pro-Portal

The Pro-Portal is where facilitators and trainers:

  • Participate in our Quality Assurance and Program Evaluation system. Surveys may be administered and submitted online, and our accredited professionals receive detailed reports for every group or training they run.
  • Access a host of constantly updates resources, including handouts, slides, videos, intake forms, recruitment and promotional materials.
  • Consult, connect and share experiences with other Caring Dads professionals in the free forum.

Terms & Conditions

Accreditation is a once-off process, however, attendance at one Caring Dads conference every two years is strongly advised (Conferences may be attended via webinar). Copyright © Caring Dads. All rights reserved. Caring Dads is a registered trademark. Check our Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions.



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Facilitator Training - Tallahassee, FL, U.S.A.
Oct
9
to Oct 10

Facilitator Training - Tallahassee, FL, U.S.A.

  • Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS


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Our upcoming training event is the next opportunity to become an Accredited Caring Dads Facilitator and join the leading, international network of clinicians working at the intersection of fathering and gender-based violence.

Who should attend?

Caring Dads Facilitator training is appropriate for any professional interested in working with fathers (including biological, step, or common-law fathers) who have who have physically abused, emotionally abused or neglected their children, or exposed their children to domestic violence, or who are deemed to be at high-risk for these behaviors.

Our training attendees commonly include batterer intervention program group leaders, child protection workers, counselors working within child and family mental health services, victim advocates, probation officers and their supervisors and managers. Other professionals that are sometimes involved include psychologists, violence prevention educators, substance abuse counselors, healthcare workers, police officers, native leaders, clergy and military personnel.

Course Format

Facilitator Training events are held over 2 days and introduces participants to the principles and values that guide the Caring Dads program. We then move into interactive training on the program material. Role plays are used to demonstrate key exercises and participants have the chance to acquire and practice skills in leading group exercise.

Topics include, among others:

  • Caring Dads program goals, principles and values
  • The need for intervention with fathers
  • Child-centred fathering
  • Referral, intake and collaborative case management
  • Mother contact
  • Case reviews
  • Supporting community collaboration

Clinical Consultation

4 mandatory Clinical Consultation sessions follow the Facilitator Training course - these sessions are designed to offer clinical oversight and support to new Facilitators as they deliver their first Caring Dads groups. 

Clinical Consultation sessions are delivered via webinar and comprise a video section, a live Q&A with an accredited Caring Dads Trainer, a knowledge assessment, and an evaluation component. The Clinical Consultation series should be completed within 1 year of Training date. After completion Facilitators are fully accredited and certified. 

Investment

Becoming an accredited facilitator involves both tuition and licensing.

Tuition: $900 CAD

Course tuition includes lunch and refreshments, as well as an electronic copy of the Caring Dads program manual. Also included is a series of clinical supervision sessions to support you as you conduct your first Caring Dads groups.

Annual License Fees: $100 CAD

Annual licensing fees support the ongoing development of materials needed to run group sessions, our Reporting & Quality Assurance system, and a host of other resources. Annual license fees also cover access to our online Pro-Portal.

Pro-Portal

The Pro-Portal is where facilitators and trainers:

  • Participate in our Quality Assurance and Program Evaluation system. Surveys may be administered and submitted online, and our accredited professionals receive detailed reports for every group or training they run.
  • Access a host of constantly updates resources, including handouts, slides, videos, intake forms, recruitment and promotional materials.
  • Consult, connect and share experiences with other Caring Dads professionals in the free forum.

Terms & Conditions

Accreditation is a once-off process, however, attendance at one Caring Dads conference every two years is strongly advised (Conferences may be attended via webinar). Copyright © Caring Dads. All rights reserved. Caring Dads is a registered trademark. Check our Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions.



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Facilitator Training - Squamish, BC, Canada
May
15
to May 16

Facilitator Training - Squamish, BC, Canada

  • Sea to Sky Community Services (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS


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Our upcoming training event is the next opportunity to become an Accredited Caring Dads Facilitator and join the leading, international network of clinicians working at the intersection of fathering and gender-based violence.

Who should attend?

Caring Dads Facilitator training is appropriate for any professional interested in working with fathers (including biological, step, or common-law fathers) who have who have physically abused, emotionally abused or neglected their children, or exposed their children to domestic violence, or who are deemed to be at high-risk for these behaviors.

Our training attendees commonly include batterer intervention program group leaders, child protection workers, counselors working within child and family mental health services, victim advocates, probation officers and their supervisors and managers. Other professionals that are sometimes involved include psychologists, violence prevention educators, substance abuse counselors, healthcare workers, police officers, native leaders, clergy and military personnel.

Course Format

Facilitator Training events are held over 2 days and introduces participants to the principles and values that guide the Caring Dads program. We then move into interactive training on the program material. Role plays are used to demonstrate key exercises and participants have the chance to acquire and practice skills in leading group exercise.

Topics include, among others:

  • Caring Dads program goals, principles and values
  • The need for intervention with fathers
  • Child-centred fathering
  • Referral, intake and collaborative case management
  • Mother contact
  • Case reviews
  • Supporting community collaboration

Clinical Consultation

4 mandatory Clinical Consultation sessions follow the Facilitator Training course - these sessions are designed to offer clinical oversight and support to new Facilitators as they deliver their first Caring Dads groups. 

Clinical Consultation sessions are delivered via webinar and comprise a video section, a live Q&A with an accredited Caring Dads Trainer, a knowledge assessment, and an evaluation component. The Clinical Consultation series should be completed within 1 year of Training date. After completion Facilitators are fully accredited and certified. 

Investment

Becoming an accredited facilitator involves both tuition and licensing.

Tuition: $900 CAD

Course tuition includes lunch and refreshments, as well as an electronic copy of the Caring Dads program manual. Also included is a series of clinical supervision sessions to support you as you conduct your first Caring Dads groups.

Annual License Fees: $100 CAD

Annual licensing fees support the ongoing development of materials needed to run group sessions, our Reporting & Quality Assurance system, and a host of other resources. Annual license fees also cover access to our online Pro-Portal.

Pro-Portal

The Pro-Portal is where facilitators and trainers:

  • Participate in our Quality Assurance and Program Evaluation system. Surveys may be administered and submitted online, and our accredited professionals receive detailed reports for every group or training they run.
  • Access a host of constantly updates resources, including handouts, slides, videos, intake forms, recruitment and promotional materials.
  • Consult, connect and share experiences with other Caring Dads professionals in the free forum.

Terms & Conditions

Accreditation is a once-off process, however, attendance at one Caring Dads conference every two years is strongly advised (Conferences may be attended via webinar). Copyright © Caring Dads. All rights reserved. Caring Dads is a registered trademark. Check our Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions.



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Facilitator Training - London, Ontario, Canada
Apr
25
to Apr 26

Facilitator Training - London, Ontario, Canada



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Our upcoming training event is the next opportunity to become an Accredited Caring Dads Facilitator and join the leading, international network of clinicians working at the intersection of fathering and gender-based violence.

Who should attend?

Caring Dads Facilitator training is appropriate for any professional interested in working with fathers (including biological, step, or common-law fathers) who have who have physically abused, emotionally abused or neglected their children, or exposed their children to domestic violence, or who are deemed to be at high-risk for these behaviors.

Our training attendees commonly include batterer intervention program group leaders, child protection workers, counselors working within child and family mental health services, victim advocates, probation officers and their supervisors and managers. Other professionals that are sometimes involved include psychologists, violence prevention educators, substance abuse counselors, healthcare workers, police officers, native leaders, clergy and military personnel.

Course Format

Facilitator Training events are held over 2 days and introduces participants to the principles and values that guide the Caring Dads program. We then move into interactive training on the program material. Role plays are used to demonstrate key exercises and participants have the chance to acquire and practice skills in leading group exercise.

Topics include, among others:

  • Caring Dads program goals, principles and values
  • The need for intervention with fathers
  • Child-centred fathering
  • Referral, intake and collaborative case management
  • Mother contact
  • Case reviews
  • Supporting community collaboration

Clinical Consultation

4 mandatory Clinical Consultation sessions follow the Facilitator Training course - these sessions are designed to offer clinical oversight and support to new Facilitators as they deliver their first Caring Dads groups. 

Clinical Consultation sessions are delivered via webinar and comprise a video section, a live Q&A with an accredited Caring Dads Trainer, a knowledge assessment, and an evaluation component. The Clinical Consultation series should be completed within 1 year of Training date. After completion Facilitators are fully accredited and certified. 

Investment

Becoming an accredited facilitator involves both tuition and licensing.

Tuition: $900 CAD

Course tuition includes lunch and refreshments, as well as an electronic copy of the Caring Dads program manual. Also included is a series of clinical supervision sessions to support you as you conduct your first Caring Dads groups.

Annual License Fees: $100 CAD

Annual licensing fees support the ongoing development of materials needed to run group sessions, our Reporting & Quality Assurance system, and a host of other resources. Annual license fees also cover access to our online Pro-Portal.

Pro-Portal

The Pro-Portal is where facilitators and trainers:

  • Participate in our Quality Assurance and Program Evaluation system. Surveys may be administered and submitted online, and our accredited professionals receive detailed reports for every group or training they run.
  • Access a host of constantly updates resources, including handouts, slides, videos, intake forms, recruitment and promotional materials.
  • Consult, connect and share experiences with other Caring Dads professionals in the free forum.

Terms & Conditions

Accreditation is a once-off process, however, attendance at one Caring Dads conference every two years is strongly advised (Conferences may be attended via webinar). Copyright © Caring Dads. All rights reserved. Caring Dads is a registered trademark. Check our Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions.



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Facilitator Training - Coventry, United Kingdom
Apr
12
to Apr 13

Facilitator Training - Coventry, United Kingdom

  • Radcliffe - The University of Warwick (map)
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Caring Dads in the UAE - Information Webinar
Mar
20
9:00 AM09:00

Caring Dads in the UAE - Information Webinar

Join us for an interactive webinar discussing Caring Dads in the United Arab Emirates


Please join us for an HD Video & Audio Webinar, including Twitter Feed and Live Chat. You will have the opportunity to hear from our Lead Program Director, Katreena Scott and Lead Clinical Site Director, Tim Kelly as they explain the Caring Dads program and how best to integrate this perpetrator-based intervention at your agency. This event is presented in proud partnership with:

Dubai Foundation for Women and Children. 

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ويعمل  المنهج الدراسي للبرنامج الى تغيير انماط الأساءة ورفع مستوى الوعي 

وتطبيق  منهج الأبوة التي محورها الطفل وتعزيز شراكة الأبوين في التربية. منذ 2002،  نحن فخورون بتحقيق نتائج يمكن التحقق منها بشكل مستقل، ليس فقط في كندا، ولكن أيضا في المملكة المتحدة والولايات المتحدة الأمريكية، وأستراليا وأوروبا. والخطوة الأولى لتننفيد هذالبرنامج هو تدريب ميسرين ليصبحو بذلك "ميسرين معتمدين".

وبمجرد  الانتهاء من التدريب الخاص بالميسرين لبرنامج "الأب الحنون " فسوف تصبح جزءا من شبكة دولية رائدة للاخصائيين العاملين مع الآباء لمكافحة العنف ضد المرأة

وسوف  تستطيع كذلك التواصل مع كل المهنيين ذوو العلاقة مع برنامج الأب الحنون وتبادل الخبرات معهم والوصول إلى المصادر مباشرة من المطورين للبرنامج.

ندعوك  الى المشاركة معنا في الحلقة المعلوماتية الحصرية لمعرفة المزيد عن القيم التي يرتكز عليها برنامجنا واستكشاف كيف يمكن أن نعمل معكم عن كثب لرفع مستوى تأثير العمل في مجال العنف الأسري. 

المشاركة  في هذه الحلقة المعلوماتية ستوفرلك خصما مقداره 10% من قيمة الإلتحاق في أي من الدورات التدريبية الخاصة بتأهيل الأفراد المُيسِّرين مستقبلا، وستتيح لك كذلك إستخداما مجانيا تجريبيا لمدة شهر لبرنامجية "الأب الحنون برو بورتال".


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Using the Pro-Portal - Facilitator Webinar
Feb
27
9:00 AM09:00

Using the Pro-Portal - Facilitator Webinar

Join us for a webinar on using the new Pro-Portal! We'll cover the following:

  1. Registration
  2. Logging In
  3. Editing your account
  4. The Pro-Portal functions
  5. The Forum
  6. Resources
  7. Reporting
  8. Store

This webinar is aimed at Facilitators, but Trainers are welcome to attend.

There will be a live chat stream, and Twitter feed.


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