RFL ONLINE TRAINING OPTIONS


These RFL trainings are intended to be completed from home. They qualify for RFL Training Hours. Be sure to complete all worksheets and activities that go with each training to receive your full training hours. Each Resource Parent needs 24 training hours yearly. 8 hours need to be RFL trainings. Here are some ways you can get training hours. 

If you're feeling tech savvy: Download the worksheets, fill them out on your computer, SAVE, and e-mail completed training worksheets to records@readyforlife.net.
If that sounds intimidating: Print the worksheets out, write your answers in, and bring them with you to the office.

 

COMMUNITY TRAINING OPTIONS


First 5
Eventbrite

OTHER ONLINE OPTIONS

Resource Family Training Options

Foster Parent College - call and ask for login information

The National Child Traumatic Stress Network - create an account & the training is free


RFL AT HOME TRAINING OPTIONS

BRENE BROWN:
SHAME & VULNERABILITY


BRENE BROWN:
THE GIFTS OF IMPERFECT PARENTING

THE GIFTS OF IMPERFECT PARENTING
BY BRENE BROWN*

2 RFL Training Hours + 2 RFL Training Hours for listening to the audiobook
1) Part Two Worksheet
2) Home Training Hours Form

*Borrow the audio book from our office, listen to the book, and complete the worksheets for a total of 4 RFL training hours.


CALIFORNIA PAID FAMILY LEAVE 101


DE-ESCALATION TRAINING
1 1/2 RFL Training Hours
1) Video and Test

DE-ESCALATION TRAINING


LGBTQ+ YOUTH & FOSTER CARE


MANDATED REPORTER TRAINING


**NEW**
TRAUMA-INFORMED PARENTING: HOW TO TALK TRAUMA WITH AN MD*
0.5 RFL Training Hours
1) Watch video
2) Print off/Email certificate to records@readyforlife.net
As a trauma-informed caregiver, one of our many responsibilities is to partner with a variety of providers including pediatricians. Unless you have some medical training yourself, this is not an easy task! In this 30 minutes webinar, however, Dr. Heather Forkey, MD, makes it a little easier to understand the “rhythm” of a pediatric appointment and offers suggestions for resource parents and pediatricians alike to see a variety of physical and behavioral symptoms children may exhibit through their “trauma lens”.
*For foster/resource parents of children age 0-5 only

TRAUMA INFORMED PARENTING: HOW TO TALK TRAUMA WITH AN MD

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