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

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

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

In part three of the Visioning for Prevention series, learn how Indiana’s Department of Child Services Prevention Team is creating an upstream approach to address prevention through training and development, expanding the service array to meet the needs of all children and families, and collaborating with system partners and providers.

  • Hear from program leadership and partner organizations on the challenges they face in developing and sustaining programs that address the prevention continuum.
  • Recognize the value of partnerships between private providers, state child welfare agencies, and other system partners to support a holistic prevention-oriented system.
  • Learn how existing programs and partnerships can align with prevention plan goals as related to the Family First Prevention Services Act.

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

If you are part of a team responsible for disaster planning or response at your child welfare agency, attend the first event in the series to learn about disaster preparedness, including planning, response, and recovery. This first session focuses on engaging and serving families during all phases of a disaster. Later sessions will highlight engaging youth and the workforce as well.

Don’t miss this chance to:

  •  Connect with colleagues from across the country and share approaches for engaging families in co-creating disaster plans.
  •  Learn from team members in other jurisdictions how they have meaningfully engaged, reached, and served families in their disaster response and recovery processes.
  •  Identify tools and resources that can help facilitate your disaster preparedness work.

June 10-11, 9:00AM – 2:30PM PDT

Facilitated by the National Family Support Network

A Parent Advisory Committee is leadership group comprised of Program participants who provide input, guidance, and feedback on a regular basis. An active Parent Advisory Committee can effectively support meaningful parent engagement and Program success, as well as develop parent leadership skills, yet many Programs struggle with managing this type of committee. Funders often expect Programs to have a Parent Advisory Committee, yet less frequently ensure Programs have training and implementation support. Further, parents serving on these committees sometimes feel their participation and contributions are not useful or valued. Whether Programs seek to establish a new Parent Advisory Committee or to strengthen an existing one, this two-day NFSN training will address common challenges and provide staff with the strategies and tools necessary for success.

Please note:

  • Participating organizations are asked to register two staff: 1 in a leadership role and 1 a direct service role
  • Due to the size of this training, registration will be limited to teams from CALIFORNIA until May 18. Any remaining seats will be opened for general registration at that time. Please contact us if you have questions or wish to be placed on a waitlist.

Click here for additional program information, registration, and pre-work

June 10-11, 9:00AM – 2:30PM PDT

Facilitated by the National Family Support Network

A Parent Advisory Committee is leadership group comprised of Program participants who provide input, guidance, and feedback on a regular basis. An active Parent Advisory Committee can effectively support meaningful parent engagement and Program success, as well as develop parent leadership skills, yet many Programs struggle with managing this type of committee. Funders often expect Programs to have a Parent Advisory Committee, yet less frequently ensure Programs have training and implementation support. Further, parents serving on these committees sometimes feel their participation and contributions are not useful or valued. Whether Programs seek to establish a new Parent Advisory Committee or to strengthen an existing one, this two-day NFSN training will address common challenges and provide staff with the strategies and tools necessary for success.

Please note:

  • Participating organizations are asked to register two staff: 1 in a leadership role and 1 a direct service role
  • Due to the size of this training, registration will be limited to teams from CALIFORNIA until May 18. Any remaining seats will be opened for general registration at that time. Please contact us if you have questions or wish to be placed on a waitlist.

Click here for additional program information, registration, and pre-work