New Mexico Supervised Visitation Monitor Training Online
Supervised Visitation Provider Training Online
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The most comprehensive Online Supervised Visitation Training available!
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New Mexico Family Law
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This training covers:
1- The role of a Supervised Visitation Provider (Parenting Time Monitor)
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 Content: Tips and Tricks from decades 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 (great for insurance safety discounts, where applicable).
See full curriculum here.
If you plan on providing Supervised Visitation in New Mexico, make sure you check state and local laws and that you meet the minimum requirements before taking the training.
Counties that need supervised visitation services in New Mexico:
Dona Ana County
Santa Fe County
San Juan County
Rio Arriba County
San Miguel County
Los Alamos County
De Baca County