The 'Must-Have' Info & Training You will learn all about the role and responsibilities of a Provider, record keeping procedures, screening clients, monitoring and documenting visits, and dealing with issues that arise. Plus, you will learn about the family issues involved in the Supervised Visitation field, including substance abuse, child sexual abuse, and domestic violence.
That's not all! You will also learn the behind-the-scenes 'tricks of the trade' from an experienced Supervised Visitation Provider, Melinda Haynes. So much from this profession is learned from experience. Get a jump start in your career from learning about difficult cases, speaking with attorneys, handling awkward moments during visits, managing safety issues, terminating non-compliant families, and more.
Flexibility This course is detailed enough to meet national standards yet flexible enough for customization for your sole practice or agency within your State and County.
Policies & Procedures (Not included in the Employee version.) Example Policies and Procedures to help you formulate your business manual. Topics covered include Supervised Visitation Procedures, Personal and Community Safety, Handling Holds and Terminations, Abduction and more!
Documents to Start Your Business (Not included in the Employee version.) You will receive customizable documentation to get your Professional Supervised Visitation Monitor business up and running.
Documents included ... - a handy Checklist to make sure you have collected the necessary information to open a new case - the Interview (some call it an Intake) to help you correctly assess the case and determine whether or not you will accept the family for services - the Agreement, the business contract (legal and monetary side of providing these services) - Guidelines, the rules related to visitation - Tips for Having a Successful Visit - a handout to help both Visiting and Custodial Parents - Visit Document template - Helping Children Prepare- tip for the Custodial Parent to help their Children prepare for a visit - the Neutrality notice - clearly informs Parents of the Provider's role as a neutral third party, and spells out the consequences for violating the Provider's neutral position - Concern (Grievance) form- a form for Parents to complete when they have a concern about the visits and/or the other Parent so that no discussions need to happen in front of Children - Hold template - Termination template - Critical Incident form- to properly document an unfortunate or odd event - Policies and Procedures for Supervised Visitation - Policies and Procedures for Child Abduction - Policies and Procedures for Employee Background Checks and Safe Driving - Policies and Procedures for Personal and Community Based Safety
A Certificate of Completion Brag about your accomplishment and credentials to everyone! You will be able to add your Certificate to your website, resume and LinkedIn profile. You can attach your certificate in electronic form in emails to inquiring potential clients, attorneys and mediators. Or, you can submit a copy of your certificate with applications for court or county contracts, if you so desire. You may also want to print it for framing and display.
The Ability to Re-Watch & Re-Learn It's difficult to retain so much information in a one-time through training class. With the FCCS online training, you will have the opportunity to return to the course many times. A great learning technique for a new Provider is to learn, do, re-learn, and re-do. This helps in retaining the information and in gaining a deeper insight and understanding of the material as it is actually applied to real supervised visitation situations.
The Add-On Option to Train Employees (Not included in the Employee version.) Be ready when your business booms! We have an employee-specific training program to help get your new hires up and running in the role of Supervised Visitation Monitor. Your employees will learn the ins and outs of being a Monitor- without the business aspect. Even the homework and quizzes focus back to working for you, the boss!
The Option to Add On Personalized One-on-One Coaching Nervous? Need more guidance? No worries! We have an add-on option for personalized phone coaching sessions with the Author and Instructor of the course.
The Option to Add On FREE Fire Safety Training or Universal Precautions Training Safety first! These courses can help you get a safety discount with your professional or general liability insurance. Certificate provided for successful completion.
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 9- Confidentiality 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) 22- Discounts on user-friendly online Supervised Visitation Software