Discussions will include the treatment of Indigeneous Americans and Latino Americans, immigration, racial discrimination, mass incarceration and labor exploitation among other relevant topics.

Discussions will include the treatment of Indigenous Americans, chattel slavery, colonization, immigration and housing discrimination among other relevant topics.

Foundations of Coaching

Facilitated by the Butler Institute for Families

Coaching is an essential professional development tool.  Coaching promotes professional development and helps to retain a highly skilled workforce. This series offers an approach to learn coaching fundamentals and begin integrating it into your organization.

Through this virtual, 5-module series, you will:

  • Learn how coaching can transform your organization and workforce.
  • Engage in individual and collaborative learning with other professionals, and with the series facilitators, who are certified by the International Coaching Federation (ICF).
  • Gain the foundational knowledge and skills to begin coaching others.

Each module includes:

  • Pre-work (30 min)
  • Virtual Learning Session (120 min)
  • Try-it exercises (30 min)

Important registration information!

  • Due to limited capacity, registration is only open to California staff at this time. Any remaining seats will be made available for general registration on June 3 .
  • Registration will close on June 11
  • If you are not able to attend all modules and/or training registration is full, please contact CalTrin to be placed on the waitlist

 

Course Schedule (Must plan to attend ALL 5 modules)

June 29      Module 1

July 22       Module 2

August 3    Module 3

August 17  Module 4

August 31  Module 5

October 26 Learning Exchange

 

Learn More and Register

• What does it mean to be a quality Family Strengthening and Support Program?
• What common language can we use for working effectively with families?
• How can Programs use the Standards to advance Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion?

Based on the Principles of Family Support Practice and the Strengthening Families Framework and its research-based evidence-informed 5 Protective Factors, the nationally-adopted Standards of Quality for Family Strengthening & Support have created a common language across different kinds of Family Strengthening and Family Support programs such as Family Resource Centers, home visiting programs, and child development programs. They are used as a tool for planning, providing, and assessing quality practice by public departments, foundations, networks, community-based organizations, and families.

In 2020, the National Family Support Network conducted a review and revision process to update the Standards, engaging its Member Networks across the United States, parent leaders, and representatives of Family Strengthening and Support organizations in Canada, to provide input and feedback. The thoroughly revised Standards reflect an enhanced focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion, addressing community conditions that impact families’ healthy development, and relevance for both the U.S. and Canadian contexts.

The Standards address 5 critical areas of practice for any Program or individual working with families – Family Centeredness, Family Strengthening, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Community Strengthening, and Evaluation – with 15 Standards, each with Foundational and High Quality Indicators and implementation examples. The Standards and all their implementation tools are available for free download here.

More than 9,600 people have successfully completed the Standards Certification Training in 25 states and the District of Columbia. Many more have been introduced to them through conferences, webinars, and downloading them online.

PRESENTER

Andrew Russo, Co-Founder, Director, National Family Support Network.

• What does it mean to be a quality Family Strengthening and Support Program?
• What common language can we use for working effectively with families?
• How can Programs use the Standards to advance Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion?

Based on the Principles of Family Support Practice and the Strengthening Families Framework and its research-based evidence-informed 5 Protective Factors, the nationally-adopted Standards of Quality for Family Strengthening & Support have created a common language across different kinds of Family Strengthening and Family Support programs such as Family Resource Centers, home visiting programs, and child development programs. They are used as a tool for planning, providing, and assessing quality practice by public departments, foundations, networks, community-based organizations, and families.

In 2020, the National Family Support Network conducted a review and revision process to update the Standards, engaging its Member Networks across the United States, parent leaders, and representatives of Family Strengthening and Support organizations in Canada, to provide input and feedback. The thoroughly revised Standards reflect an enhanced focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion, addressing community conditions that impact families’ healthy development, and relevance for both the U.S. and Canadian contexts.

The Standards address 5 critical areas of practice for any Program or individual working with families – Family Centeredness, Family Strengthening, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Community Strengthening, and Evaluation – with 15 Standards, each with Foundational and High Quality Indicators and implementation examples. The Standards and all their implementation tools are available for free download here.

More than 9,600 people have successfully completed the Standards Certification Training in 25 states and the District of Columbia. Many more have been introduced to them through conferences, webinars, and downloading them online.

PRESENTER

Andrew Russo, Co-Founder, Director, National Family Support Network.

Foundations of Coaching

Facilitated by the Butler Institute for Families

Coaching is an essential professional development tool.  Coaching promotes professional development and helps to retain a highly skilled workforce. This series offers an approach to learn coaching fundamentals and begin integrating it into your organization.

Through this virtual, 5-module series, you will:

  • Learn how coaching can transform your organization and workforce.
  • Engage in individual and collaborative learning with other professionals, and with the series facilitators, who are certified by the International Coaching Federation (ICF).
  • Gain the foundational knowledge and skills to begin coaching others.

Each module includes:

  • Pre-work (30 min)
  • Virtual Learning Session (120 min)
  • Try-it exercises (30 min)

Important registration information!

  • Due to limited capacity, registration is only open to California staff at this time. Any remaining seats will be made available for general registration on June 3 .
  • Registration will close on June 11
  • If you are not able to attend all modules and/or training registration is full, please contact CalTrin to be placed on the waitlist

 

Course Schedule (Must plan to attend ALL 5 modules)

June 29      Module 1

July 22       Module 2

August 3    Module 3

August 17  Module 4

August 31  Module 5

October 26 Learning Exchange

 

Learn More and Register

Foundations of Coaching

Facilitated by the Butler Institute for Families

Coaching is an essential professional development tool.  Coaching promotes professional development and helps to retain a highly skilled workforce. This series offers an approach to learn coaching fundamentals and begin integrating it into your organization.

Through this virtual, 5-module series, you will:

  • Learn how coaching can transform your organization and workforce.
  • Engage in individual and collaborative learning with other professionals, and with the series facilitators, who are certified by the International Coaching Federation (ICF).
  • Gain the foundational knowledge and skills to begin coaching others.

Each module includes:

  • Pre-work (30 min)
  • Virtual Learning Session (120 min)
  • Try-it exercises (30 min)

Important registration information!

  • Due to limited capacity, registration is only open to California staff at this time. Any remaining seats will be made available for general registration on June 3 .
  • Registration will close on June 11
  • If you are not able to attend all modules and/or training registration is full, please contact CalTrin to be placed on the waitlist

 

Course Schedule (Must plan to attend ALL 5 modules)

June 29      Module 1

July 22       Module 2

August 3    Module 3

August 17  Module 4

August 31  Module 5

October 26 Learning Exchange

 

Learn More and Register