Child Welfare

Training Collaborative

Trainings

Training offered by CWTC

The Trauma 101: Understanding the Impact of Trauma on Children  and Brain Development 101: Understanding the Impact of Trauma on Brain Development , and Trauma/Brain 201: Building Resiliency courses are currently available for scheduling.

  • The current calendar and registration information can be found on the calendar page of this website.
  • If you are interested in bringing training to your community, please email cwtc@gsu.edu, or see the Schedule Training tab.
  • The 101 workshops are approved for 3 hours of MSW (core), LPC & LMFT (related), DECAL, FVIP, POST, andBabies Can’t Wait – Project SCEIs in Area 1 | Children and Families – Birth to 8 continuing education. The 201 workshop is approved for 5 hours.
  • It is suggested that you take a course offered in your community to build collaborative skills and relationships with professionals in your area.

The following order is suggested for completing courses:

  • Trauma 101: Understanding the Impact of Trauma on Children
  • Brain 101: Understanding the Impact of Trauma on Brain Development
  • Trauma/Brain 201: Building Resiliency

Current Workshops

  • Brain Development 101
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  • Trauma 101
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  • Trauma/Brain 201
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CWTC Handouts

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Course Descriptions

Program Information

Trauma Infographic

Trauma 101: Understanding the Impact of Trauma on Children Handouts

Click on the name of the handout to open a downloadable PDF version.

Handout 1:

Age Related Reactions to a Traumatic Event- National Child Traumatic Stress Network

Handout 2:

Coping With Trauma Reminders- National Child Traumatic Stress Network

Handout 3:

The Invisible Suitcase- National Child Traumatic Stress Network

What is Safe Sleep: Training Flipchart


The Professional Excellence Program partnered with the Georgia Division of Family and Children Services and the Georgia Department of Public Health to create this training video to promote safe sleep practices.

 

For more information about safe sleep, including downloadable materials, please visit the Georgia Department of Public Health Safe to Sleep Program website.

The Child Welfare Training Collaborative provides training throughout the state. If you are interested in scheduling CWTC training in your area please fill out the form below or call 404-809-1892 to contact our training coordinator: