Montana Supervised Visitation Monitor Training Online
Supervised Visitation Provider Training Online
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The most comprehensive Online Supervised Visitation Training available!
This training covers:
1- The role of a Provider
2- Child abuse reporting laws
3- Record-keeping procedures
4- Screening, monitoring, and termination of visitation
5- Developmental needs of children
6- Legal responsibilities and obligations of a Provider
7- Cultural sensitivity
8- Conflicts of interest
10- Issues relating to substance abuse, child abuse, sexual abuse, and domestic violence
11- Basic knowledge of family and juvenile law
12- Personal and Community Safety
13- How to screen and inform new clients through the Initial Interview and Orientation
14- What to expect at a Visit (with sample visit documentation)
15- How to choose a visit location
16- Establishing and maintaining professional boundaries
17- Customizable Document Templates for your business (Not included in the Employee version.)
18- Bonus Section: Tips and Tricks from years of experience
19- Add- on option for weekly phone coaching
20- Add-on option for employee training (Not included in the Employee version.)
21- Add-on a FREE course: Fire Safety or Universal Precautions Training (also with Certificate for successful completion).
Montana Family Code 40-4-212 - Best Interest of the Child
Montana law considers the best interest of the child in determining the need for Supervised Visitation. Be one of the first to earn a Supervised Visitation Monitor Certificate in your state!
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If you plan on providing Supervised Access Services in Montana, make sure you check state and local laws and that you meet the minimum requirements before taking the training.
Supervised Visitation is needed in the following Montana counties:
Lewis And Clark
Yellowstone National Park