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THE CANADIAN SOCIETY FOR THE THE CANADIAN INVESTIGATION OF CHILD ABUSE SOCIETY is pleased to announce ...

FOR THE INVESTIGATION OF CHILD ABUSE

Is pleased to announce... ADVANCED FORENSIC TRAINING IN THETHE INVESTIGATION OFCOURT CHILD ABUSE 2ND CHILD WITNESS PREPARATION

FACILITATOR TRAINING SERIES For Police Officers, Child Protection Workers and Clinical Child Forensic Interviewers 2012 - 2013

How Do You Register?

TO REGISTER FOR COURSES, LINK TO:How Do You Register? reg.conexsys.com/forensic12-13 Go to: http://conexsys.ca/

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

LOG-ON AND LEARN:

The Canadian Society for the Investigation of Child Abuse (CSICA) is committed to making Each module will investigative consist of narrated Elluminate high quality child abuse trainingPowerpoint available topresentations, all police andLive childonline protection 23 participant seats available courtprepseries08-09 discussions, readings, videoclips and Discussion Forum postings that can be completed a workers, regardless of their proximity to an urban training center. Specifically, the goal is in each format. 23 participant seats available.to develop youraown pace over the month. A certificate be provided for each session competency-based child abuse training will program of modular design whichattended What Do You Need to well as a separate one for completion of the entire series. There is no charge can be offered in a cost-effective, self-paced and flexible manner using cutting edgefor the serie What Do You Need to as it has been funded AlbertaorSolicitor Generalofand Public Security, Victims Programs. Participate Online? educational distance delivery by methods a combination face-to-face workshop format • A computer with internet Participate? and online learning. (high •speed or dial-up) A computer with internet Four Training Modules • An email address CSICA has applied for Canadian credentialling status to award “Certified Forensic Child (high speed or dial-up) • A computer headset Interviewer” (CFCI designation) to demonstrating certificants. Participants will have the • An email address 1. Core Concepts Central to Child Witnesses and Court Preparation with microphone opportunity to apply for CFCI credentials upon completion of coursework if they • A computer headset Dates: October module are interested. Please contact Lynn or Alice for further certification information. Cost with microphone COST ONLINE – $125 per • Elluminate sessions module/$1000 for 8 modules PROGRAM OVERVIEW Co-ordinator Thursday October 16 , 2008 at 5:00-6:00 PM, MST COST COMBINATION Lynn Barry, MSW, RSW Thursday October 23,– 2008 at 5:00 -6:00 PM, • O  nline Learning Only 8 online modules are MST offered September 2012 through May LEARNING – $1500 for online 2013. Each online module can be comfortably completed within a four week period. and workshop format (all Category A Credits 2. Child Development Issues and Family Dynamics Relevant to Child Witnesses travel expenses incurred by For those social workers • Combination Learning – offered from February through April 2013. (Four-day participant or organization. Dates: November module requiring Category A credits for face-to-face training January 28 - 31, 2013 in Calgary with three online modules, Special Accommodations their provincial accreditation, 6 each of whichsessions can be comfortably completed within a four week period). • Elluminate If you have any special needs, credits are awarded for each Monday November 3, 2008 at 5:00-6:00 PM MST we will do the best to PRINCIPLES UNDERLYING THE ADVANCED TRAINING IN THE online module. CSICA, provider Monday November 17, 2008 at 5:00-6:00 PMFORENSIC MST accommodate you. INVESTIGATION OF CHILD ABUSE #1100, is approved as a provider Please let us know. for social work continuing 3. Court Roles, Rules and Legislation • Emphasizing a joint multidisciplinary approach to investigation Grievances education by the Association Dates: January module Should of beSocial directed to the Work Boards (ASWB) • Building further investigation skills by adapting the investigation to the CSICA Board of Directors www.aswb.org through the complexities of abusive families and recent research • Elluminate sessions Approved Continuing Co-ordinator Thursday January 2009 at to 5:00-6:00 PM MST training15, materials use a competency-based approach to activities Lynn Barry, MSW, RSW Education (ACE) program. • Structuring Monday January 26, 2009 at 5:00-6:00 PM that will build on the investigator’s existingMST skill set

Contact Information

Contact Information Alice Gifford Phone: Alice (403) Gifford 289-8385 Phone: (403) 289-8385 Email: csica@shaw.ca Email: csica@shaw.ca &DQDGLDQ6RFLHW\ Website:

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• Utilizing engaging instructors with significant expertise in their field 4. Courtdynamic, Preparation Research and Strategies Dates: February module • Assessing skills of participants through the observation of practice scenarios, videotaped investigative interviews, an examination, feedback and coaching • Elluminate sessions Thursday February 12, 2009 at PM MSTwith results that can be • Offering knowledge relevant to5:00-6:00 work situations Monday February 23 , 2009 at 5:00-6:00 PM MST immediately applied An Approved Provider of Category A Training For Social Workers (ASWB-ACE, provider #1100). 72 continuing credit hours are offered for this training program.


THE CANADIAN SOCIETY FOR THE THE CANADIAN INVESTIGATION OF CHILD ABUSE SOCIETY is pleased to announce ...

FOR THE INVESTIGATION OF CHILD ABUSE

Is pleased to announce... ADVANCED FORENSIC TRAINING IN THETHE INVESTIGATION OFCOURT CHILD ABUSE 2ND CHILD WITNESS PREPARATION

FACILITATOR TRAINING SERIES For Police Officers, Child Protection Workers and Clinical Child Forensic Interviewers 2012 - 2013

How Do You Register?

SCHEDULED ONLINE TRAINING TOPICS

TO REGISTER FOR COURSES, LINK TO:How Do You Register? reg.conexsys.com/forensic12-13 Go to: http://conexsys.ca/

1. Types of Child Maltreatment and the Investigative Process – September 2012 LOG-ON LEARN: 17 & 24, 2012 at 7:00 PM, MST Online sessionsAND on September Each module will of narrated presentations, 2. Investigative Mandates,consist Relationships and Powerpoint Protocols – October 2012 Live online Elluminate 23 participant seats available courtprepseries08-09 discussions, readings, videoclips and Discussion Forum postings that can be completed a Online sessions on October 15 & 29, 2012 at 7:00 PM, MST in each format. 23 participant seats available.3. Childyour own pace and overForensic the month. certificate will be provided for each session attended Development ChildAInterviewing – November 2012 What Do You Need to well as a separate one for completion of the entire series. There is no charge for the serie Online sessions on November 5 & 19, 2012 at 7:00 PM, MST What Do You Need to as it has been funded by Alberta Solicitor General and Public Security, Participate Online? 4. Adolescents, the Non-Offending Spouse and Family Dynamics – January 2013Victims Programs. • A computer with internet Participate? Online sessions on January 7 & 21, 2013 at 7:00 PM, MST (high •speed or dial-up) A computer with internet 5. FalseFour Allegations and Statement Training ModulesAnalysis – February 2013 • An email address (high speed or dial-up) Online sessions on February 4 & 18, 2013 at 7:00 PM, MST • A computer headset • An email address 6.  U nderstanding and Interviewing theChild Offender/Online Exploitation, (ICE) – March 2013 1. Core Concepts Central to Witnesses Child and Court Preparation with microphone • A computer headset Online Dates: sessionsOctober on March 4 & 11, 2013 at 7:00 PM, MST module Cost with microphone 7. Shaken Baby Syndrome and Fabricated Illness – April 2013 COST ONLINE – $125 per Online sessions on April 8 & 22, 2013 at 7:00 PM, MST • Elluminate sessions module/$1000 for 8 modules Co-ordinator 8. Critical Thinking Summary, and Preparing Thursday October 16 , Testifying, 2008 at 5:00-6:00 PM, MSTChildren to Testify in Court – May 13 COST COMBINATION Lynn Barry, MSW, RSW In addition to the October modules,23, participants are-6:00 required to: Thursday 2008 at 5:00 PM, MST LEARNING – $1500 for online 1) submit a taped forensic child interview for evaluation by multidisciplinary team. and workshop format (all Category A Credits 2) successfully complete a final take home examination. 2. Child Development Issues and Family Dynamics Relevant to Child Witnesses travel expenses incurred by For those social workers participant or organization. Dates: November module COMBINATION LEARNING TRAINING TOPICS requiring Category A credits SCHEDULED for Special Accommodations their provincial accreditation,1.  6 Child• Elluminate Development; Types of Child Abuse; Child Interviewing; Non-Offending Parent; sessions If you have any special needs, credits are awarded for each Interviewing the Offender Online Child Exploitation Monday November 3,and 2008 at 5:00-6:00 PM MST (ICE); Testifying and Preparing we will do the best to to Testify in Court – January 28 - 31, 2013 will be a face-to-face training course online module. CSICA, providerChildren Monday November 17, 2008 at 5:00-6:00 PM MST accommodate you. #1100, is approved as a providerin Calgary. Please let us know. Modules: 1) Investigative Mandates and the Joint Investigation, February 2013. for social work continuing 2. Online 3. Court Roles, Rules and Online sessions on February 13 Legislation and 20, 2013 at 7:00 PM. 2) False Allegations and Grievances education by the Association Dates: January module Should of beSocial directed to the Statement Analysis. Online sessions on March 6 and 13, 2013 at 7:00 PM. 3) Shaken Baby Work Boards (ASWB) CSICA Board of Directors Syndrome and Fabricated Illness. Online sessions on April 10th and 24, 2013 at 7:00 PM. www.aswb.org through the • Elluminate sessions In addition to the modules, participants are required to: Approved Continuing Co-ordinator Thursday 2009 at 5:00-6:00 PM MST by multidisciplinary team. a tapedJanuary forensic15, child interview for evaluation Lynn Barry, MSW, RSW Education (ACE) program. 1) submit Monday January 26, 2009 at 5:00-6:00 PM MST 2) successfully complete a final take home examination.

Contact Information

Contact Information Alice Gifford Phone: Alice (403) Gifford 289-8385 Phone: (403) 289-8385 Email: csica@shaw.ca Email: csica@shaw.ca &DQDGLDQ6RFLHW\ Website:

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TEACHING FACULTY 4. Court Preparation Research and Strategies Dates: February module Lynn Barry, CSICA and formerly of Alberta Children’s Services Craig Smith, RCMP retired Gwyn Amat, Calgarysessions Police Service • Elluminate David Burke, Calgary Police12, Service Thursday February 2009 at 5:00-6:00 PM MST Obee Minnikhuis, Calgary Police Services Monday February 23 , 2009 at 5:00-6:00 PM MST Deb Doyle, Edmonton Police Services, Zebra Dr. Jennifer Fisher, Alberta Children’s Hospital An Approved Provider of Category A Training For Social Workers (ASWB-ACE, provider #1100). 72 continuing credit hours are offered for this training program.

Forensic Brochure 2012-2013  

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