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Facilitating Family Team Decision-Making (FTDM) with Domestic Violence
Tuesday, June 16, 2020, 12:00 PM - 4:30 PM CST
Category: Training

Facilitating Family Team Decision-Making (FTDM) Meetings with Domestic Violence

Description: This training reviews the dynamics of battering and allows child welfare workers to learn how those dynamics may sabotage the efficacy and safety of a FTDM meeting. This course utilizes family team meeting facilitation skills to develop the family’s plan when domestic violence is involved and provides an understanding of what facilitators need to know to determine the best method to facilitate a family team meeting. 

Trainers: Ashley Hopkins & Leah Vejzovic

Via Zoom Meeting

**Please note we have a limited amount of only 10 spots available for this training, so once that capacity is reached it will not allow any more registrants in. If you would like to be put on a wait list that option is available.

**The meeting will open up at 12 PM, so please make sure you are logging in at this time. Training will start promptly at 12:30 PM and end at 4:30 PM.  

Please note: Priority seating is provided to staff working within one of the DHS child welfare contracts, including: Community Care; Group Foster Care; Family Safety, Risk, and Permanency (FSRP); Child Welfare Emergency Services (CWES): Aftercare Services; Supervised Apartment Living (SAL); Recruitment, Retention, Training and Support Services (RRTS); Parent Partners; Foster Care Youth Council. If you do not work within one of the child welfare contracts with the State, you may be bumped from the course and placed on a wait list.

At each training, participants will receive a certificate of completion, based on hours attended. For more information, please click here.

If you have questions regarding seating for the training or if you are unable to participate for any reason, please contact Tonya Nore at [email protected].

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Contact: For more information contact Tonya Nore, [email protected]