Category: Training Programs

Upcoming Triple P “Positive Parenting Program” Overview Training: March 15, 2023

NC Youth & Family Voices Amplified will offer this free, virtual training on Triple P “Positive Parenting Program”. Participants who complete the program will receive a certificate of completion to document their attendance. See below for additional details:

  • How to register: Please click here to access and complete the registration form.
  • Date and time of the trainings: March 15, 2023 11 a.m. -1 p.m.
  • Program format: The training will be held virtually via Zoom.
  • Intended audience: Priority will be given to current and prospective Youth Peer Support Partners. Participants will receive confirmation if they are approved to attend this training, and only approved participants will receive the Zoom links to participate.
  • Cost of the training: This training is free to attend, thanks to the generous support of the NC DHHS Division of Child and Family Well-Being.
  • Presenters: This training will be presented by Barbara Young, Certified Family Peer Specialist.
  • Who to contact for additional information: Please contact Frederick Douglas, Family Training Coordinator, at fmdougla@uncg.edu for additional information about this training program.

Upcoming Child & Family Team (CFT 01 REVISED) Training: February 21-22, 2023

NC Youth & Family Voices Amplified will offer this free, 2-day, virtual training on Child and Family Teams. Participants who complete the program will receive a certificate of completion to document their attendance. See below for additional details:

  • How to register: Please click here to access and complete the registration form.
  • Date and time of the trainings: February 21-22, 2023 9 a.m. -4 p.m.
  • Program format: The training will be held virtually via Zoom.
  • Intended audience: This training is limited to 18 participants. Priority will be given to current and prospective Family and Youth Peer Support Partners. Participants will receive confirmation if they are approved to attend this training, and only approved participants will receive the Zoom links to participate.
  • Cost of the training: This training is free to attend, thanks to the generous support of the NC DHHS Division of Child and Family Well-Being.
  • Presenters: This training will be presented by Barbara Young and Stephanie Jones, Certified Family Peer Specialists.
  • Who to contact for additional information: Please contact Frederick Douglas, Family Training Coordinator, at fmdougla@uncg.edu for additional information about this training program.

Upcoming Family Partner 101 Training: January 17th-19th, 24th-25th, 2023

NC Youth & Family Voices Amplified will offer this free, 5-day, virtual training on “Family Partner 101: Parents Supporting Families.” Participants who complete the program will receive a certificate of completion to document their attendance. See below for additional details:

  • How to register: Please click here to access and complete the registration form.
  • Date and time of the trainings: January 17-19, 24-25, 202 9 a.m. -4 p.m.
  • Program format: The training will be held virtually via Zoom.
  • Intended audience: This training will be limited to 20 participants. Priority will be given to current and prospective Family Peer Support Partners. Participants will receive confirmation if they are approved to attend this training, and only approved participants will receive the Zoom links to participate.
  • Cost of the training: This training is free to attend, thanks to the generous support of the NC DHHS Division of Child and Family Well-Being.
  • Who to contact for additional information: Please contact Frederick Douglas, Family Training Coordinator, at fmdougla@uncg.edu for additional information about this training program.
  • Presenters: This training will be presented by Frederick Douglas, Family Training Coordinator and Chandrika Brown, Family Collaboration Coordinator for NC Youth and Family Voices Amplified of UNCG Center for Youth, Family, and Community Partnerships.

Upcoming Trauma-Informed Care Training: November 29th, 2022

 

NC Youth & Family Voices Amplified will offer this free, 4-hour virtual training on “Trauma-Informed Care: An Overview for Family and Youth Peer Support Partners.” Participants who complete the program will receive a certificate of completion to document their attendance. See below for additional details:

  • How to register: Please click here to access and complete the registration form.
  • Date and time of the trainings: Tuesday, November 29th, 2022, 12-4 p.m.
  • Program format: The training will be held virtually via Zoom.
  • Intended audience: This training will be limited to 30 participants. Priority will be given to current and prospective Family and Youth Peer Support Partners. Space permitting, the training will also be open to other professionals who work in community settings (e.g., mental health agencies, LME/MCOs, schools) where Family and/or Youth Peer Support Partners work. Prospective participants will be asked to indicate which audience(s) they represent on the registration form. Participants will receive confirmation if they are approved to attend this training, and only approved participants will receive the Zoom links to participate.
  • Cost of the training: This training is free to attend, thanks to the generous support of the NC DHHS Division of Child and Family Well-Being.
  • Who to contact for additional information: Please contact Frederick Douglas, Family Training Coordinator, at fmdougla@uncg.edu, or Kyle Reece, Youth Training Coordinator, at kjreece@uncg.edu, for additional information about this training program.
  • Presenters: This training will be presented by Christine E. Murray, Ph.D., LCMHC, LMFT, Director of the UNCG Center for Youth, Family, and Community Partnerships, and Meredith Hooks, MA, Assistant Director of the UNCG Center for Youth, Family, and Community Partnerships.

Upcoming Motivational Interviewing Training through NC Voices Amplified: December 2nd & 9th, 2022

NC Youth & Family Voices Amplified is pleased to offer an upcoming, 2-day, FREE virtual training on Basic and Intermediate Motivational Interviewing. The total number of training hours for this program is 12. Participants who attend on both days will receive a certificate of completion to document their attendance. Additional details are below:

  • How to register: Please click here to access and complete the registration form.
  • Date and time of the trainings: Participants must be able to attend both training days: Friday, December 2nd, and Friday, December 9th, from 9-4:30 both days.
  • Program format: The training will be held virtually via Zoom.
  • Intended audience: This training will be limited to 25 participants. Priority will be given to current and prospective Family and Youth Peer Support Partners. Space permitting, the training will also be open to other professionals who work in community settings (e.g., mental health agencies, LME/MCOs, schools) where Family and/or Youth Peer Support Partners work. Prospective participants will be asked to indicate which audience(s) they represent on the registration form. Participants will receive confirmation if they are approved to attend this training, and only approved participants will receive the Zoom links to participate.
  • Cost of the training: This training is free to attend, thanks to the generous support of the NC DHHS Division of Child and Family Well-Being.
  • Who to contact for additional information: Please contact Frederick Douglas, Family Training Coordinator, at fmdougla@uncg.edu, or Kyle Reece, Youth Training Coordinator, at kjreece@uncg.edu, for additional information about this training program.
  • Presenters: This training will be presented by Jope Consulting Services. Please see the full fliers below, and you can download a pdf of the Basic MI Flyer here and of the Intermediate MI Flyer here. 

 

 

Contact Us

The Center for Youth, Family and Community Partnerships

University of North Carolina Greensboro (UNCG)

1001 West Gate City Blvd.

Greensboro, NC 27403

888-846-1066

This program is funded by the NC Department of Health and Human Services Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse Services and housed at The Center for Youth, Family and Community Partnerships