As part of CalTrin’s learning model, we offer self-paced courses that are designed so child- and family-serving professionals working in California can choose training that works for their schedule, learning style, and career path. These self-paced courses offer professionals guided learning within our four training domains: Evidence-Based/Evidence-Informed Service Delivery, Direct Service Delivery Skills, Trauma-Informed Systems, and Management & Leadership Development.
Each course includes clear learning objectives, interactive features including video and learning activities, and additional resources to explore in-depth. These courses provide learning opportunities for all levels of your organization.
CalTrin’s self-paced courses are available at no cost to users. You will be asked to register for a free account. Once registered, users will have access to self-paced courses as well as recordings and materials from select live trainings. We invite California child- and family-serving professionals to start your learning journey today! Access courses here.
Want a more in-depth look at our self-paced and interactive courses platform? A member of our team can speak with your organization about this new learning resource. Contact us to schedule a time!
Additional Online Learning Sources
In addition to CalTrin’s course offerings, our Training Coordinators have curated a list of organizations that offer options for free, on-demand, self-paced courses that are focused on child abuse prevention and family strengthening.
- California Social Work Education Center (CalSWEC)
- Children’s Trust Fund Alliance (CTFA)
- FRIENDS Online Learning Center
- Healthy Outcomes from Positive Experiences (HOPE)
- Institute for the Advancement of Family Support Professionals
- National Child Welfare Workforce Institute (NCWII) Online Learning Portal
- National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) Learning Center
- Sesame Street Communities
We are committed to helping child- and family-serving professionals achieve their learning goals. To access the most up-to-date list of organizations, please visit our Resources page. Have a recommendation? Send us a note at email@example.com.
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