Started May 3, 2018
Full course description
The Child Welfare Training Collaborative is a partnership between Georgia State University and the Division of Family and Children Services. We offer training to Division of Family and Children Services staff and their community partners throughout the state of Georgia. These partners include law enforcement, educators/school systems, placement providers, faith community, early care providers, behavioral health, juvenile courts, pediatric health providers, court appointed special advocates, and other community and government organizations.
By providing this online training we are expanding our partnership reach to those who find it difficult to attend training during daytime hours. It also provides reinforcement for those who have already attended a classroom event. We believe that building your knowledge and awareness of complex trauma, toxic stress, it’s impact on brain development, and building resilience is an important step in changing how we work with children and their families who may be experiencing complex trauma and toxic stress because of abuse or neglect.
CEU Note: The Trauma/Brain 101 online training is approved for 3 hours of continuing education for MSW (core), LPC and LMFT (related), FVIP, Babies Can’t Wait Project SCEIs in Area I | Children and Families – Birth to 8 CEUs.
POST CEUs are not currently available for this online course.
This course is approved for Bright from the Start, BFTS, training hours and counts toward the fullfilment of annual training requirements. Please click here for additional directions for Bright from the Start/DECAL staff to upload their training hours to the GA PDS system.
This activity has been approved for 3 contact hours of continuing nursing education. Licensed nurses must view the presentation in its entirety, successfully pass the quizzes, and complete the course evaluation in order to receive continuing education credit. Continuing education credit will be provided through the Georgia Department of Public Health. Georgia Department of Public Health is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Alabama Nurses State Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. No influential financial relationships have been disclosed by planners or presenters which would influence the planning of this activity. No commercial support has influenced the planning of the educational objectives and content of this activity. This activity is eligible to award contact hours until 2/26/2022.