Aldea Training Institute provides the community with education opportunities in Napa and Solano Counties. Topics ranging from child welfare, foster care, adoption and mental health services will be offered through out the year.
Our CE goals include
- Ensure that all clinical staff have the opportunity to further their professional knowledge and development in the context of their employment as providers of specialty mental health and behavioral health services at Aldea.
- Provide clinical staff with cutting edge science and evidence-based training in assessment, prevention and treatment, as well as up-to-date information regarding legal, ethical, and supervisory issues.
- Promote among the clinical staff the maintenance, development, and continued increase in their knowledge base and areas of competency, in order to best serve the needs of our clients and community.
The majority of Aldea’s trainings are free; however, we ask that registrants notify us as soon as they know they cannot attend, opening up space for other attendees. Trainings with a fee: for a full refund, registrants must notify Aldea at least 48 hours in advance. Registrants who do not notify Aldea at least 48 hours in advance forfeit their registration fee.
Please contact Diana Griffin, 1546 1st Street, Napa, CA 94559, firstname.lastname@example.org, 707-224- 8266, to submit a special accommodation request, or if there are additional questions related to special accommodations. A response will be provided within 48 business hours.
Course instructors are established professionals in their field. Instructors are chosen based on their experience in the field and with the topic of presentation.
Because respect for diversity is important to us at Aldea, it is important that instructors hold the same commitment to respecting our diverse staff, population of community program participants, and the clients we serve.
Title IV-E Trainings provided in partnership with Chabot-Los Positas Community College District
We will review new study techniques, homework do’s and don’ts, SSTs, IEPs, and More!
About this Event:
This training will provide parents, resource parents, and grandparents information on how to better support their youth educationally. During this pandemic, you are becoming teachers for the children in your home! We will review new study techniques, homework do’s and don’ts, appropriate breaks, an appropriate area in the home for your youth to complete class assignments, and new educational resources available for children during this pandemic. Lastly, the training will review what are SSTs, IEPs what are your rights as a parent, and who is part of the Team supporting you and your child. There will be time to answer your questions at the end. You will leave the training more confident about supporting your child with their education and including the whole learning team, especially your youth, with their education plan.
Trainers: Raquel Christian, Karen Lustig
Online via Zoom