cft-101This course offers 2 contact hours upon successful completion.

Learning Goals – most learners will be able to:

  1. Describe System of Care accurately
  2. Define System of Care Principles in a practical way
  3. Describe a Child and Family Team in a practical way
  4. Describe who may be on a Child and Family Team and why
  5. Describe the basic roles and responsibilities of Child and Family Team members

cft-201This course offers 2 contact hours upon successful completion.

Learning Goals – most learners will be able to:

  1. Describe the five steps of Phase 1 in a practical way
  2. Describe the skill of Engagement and the importance of Genuineness, Respect, and Empathy
  3. Understand how to assess immediate safety or crisis concerns for the youth and/or family
  4. Identify possible Child and Family Team members and state how they might be approached and included

cft-202This course offers 2 contact hours upon successful completion.

Learning Goals – most learners will be able to:

  1. Describe the basic rationale for using a strengths-based approach
  2. Differentiate between strengths-based and traditional approaches
  3. Describe what a Strengths, Needs, and Culture Discovery is and how to conduct one with a youth and family
  4. Describe life domains and their relevance to Strengths, Needs, and Culture Discovery

cft-203This course offers 2 contact hours upon successful completion.

Learning Goals – most learners will be able to:

  1. Describe the System of Care principle of Natural Supports
  2. Explain the benefits of creating strong social fabric
  3. Use an Eco-map to identify potential natural supports and resources

cft-204 This course offers 3 contact hours upon successful completion.

Learning Goals - most learners will be able to:

  1. Describe the basic aspects of the Individualized Plan (One Child One Plan) including vision, goals, strategies, and action steps
  2. Develop and document a Plan consistent with the 10 principles of System of Care

cft-205This course offers 3 contact hours upon successful completion.

Learning Goals – most learners will be able to:

  1. Define crisis
  2. Describe the stages of a crisis
  3. Define reactive and proactive safety/crisis planning
  4. Complete the six steps of safety/crisis planning (Predict, Protect, Prevent, Plan, Act, Review)

MeetingThis course offers 4 contact hours upon successful completion.

The learning goals for this course are for learners to:

  • Encourage and reinforce the family perspective in all of their work
  • Experience a generic Child and Family Team simulation
  • Understand how they can better support families in the Child and Family Team process