Announcing the APSAC & Foundling Online Course

March 24, 2020

 

APSAC and The Vincent J Fontana Center of the New York Foundling are proud to present our new Online Course, featuring 29 lectures by national experts on critical issues in child maltreatment!

 

If you find the disruption in work for you and your team due to COVID-19 has created time in your workday for professional development, consider taking advantage of our $25 introductory price to take the APSAC & Foundling Online Course. Group pricing is available - consider assigning individual modules to each member of your team and discussing them together in your virtual meetings!

 

 

Additional Information

 

Register for the Online Course from your computer or mobile device anytime and receive access within five days of registration. Become an APSAC member to receive special introductory pricing and access to additional APSAC educational resources, including our full library of publications. The APSAC & Foundling Online Course will be available for six months from date of purchase for each individual registrant. The Online Course requires an average of 15 hours to complete the full curriculum. Create your own experience by purchasing a few, or all 8 of our individual modules:

 

  1. An Introduction to the Child Welfare System and the Field of Child Maltreatment

  2. Types of Child Maltreatment

  3. Medical Evaluation and Diagnosis of Child Abuse

  4. Treatment and Interventions for Maltreated Children and their Families

  5. Understanding and Working Within Public Systems

  6. Crimes Against Children

  7. Child Maltreatment Prevention Across the Social Ecology

  8. Professional Development and Self-Care

For Educators

 

If you are an educator and would like to use the APSAC & Foundling Online Course as a resource in your classroom or organization, please contact us. Group pricing is available upon request.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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