Strengthening Families Protective Factors are new framework for child abuse and neglect prevention and promoting optimal child development. The protective factors shift the focus of child abuse and neglect prevention efforts from family risks and deficits to family strengths and resiliency. By recognizing and building on existing strengths within communities and families, we can support all families in providing a healthy, safe, and loving environment for children. This training includes a 2 hour self-reflection.
The self-reflection must be returned in order to receive full credit. No partial credit will be given.
This series is a Learn & Grow Level 2: Moving Into Higher Quality training requirement.
For more information about Learn & Grow please visit www.aklearnandgrow.org or contact Learn & Grow at email@example.com
Strengthening Families and Pyramid Model Trainings are funded by:
- State of Alaska, Department of Health and Social Services
- State of Alaska, Department of Education & Early Development
- Alaska Children's Trust
This session has been approved by the Alaska SEED Training Approval System. For more information about SEED Training Approval System please go to www.seedalaska.org.
No training dates are currently scheduled.