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Comprehensive, Culturally Approriate, and Competency-Based Workforce Development.
Level: Advanced Practice – Lineworkers, Supervisors and Behavioral Health Practioners
Intended Audience: This is for any child welfare line workers, supervisors and behavioral health practitioners who will be facilitating family team meetings.
Description of Course: This course is intended to provide a review of the structure of the family team meeting and roles and objectives of the facilitator. The learners will have opportunity to view a Family Team Meeting through Video and then will have time to develop facilitation skills through practice.
Will be able to list at least 5 components of a Family Team Meeting
Will be able to list at least 2 characteristics of a good Facilitator
Can describe the purpose of a Facilitator
Will be able to demonstrate through practice in the classroom skills to Facilitate a Family Team Meeting
Overview of the Basic Structure of the Family Team Meeting