• February 2010
  • Vol. 11, No. 1

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Father Involvement Course for Continuing Education Credits

The National Family Preservation Network (NFPN) has long promoted father involvement in the child welfare system. NFPN now offers an online site for comprehensive child welfare training in father involvement through CEQuick, which is a registered provider for several State and national accreditations. One course is available now, and two more will be added soon.

"Engaging Fathers in Children's Lives, Part I," is a 2½-hour course from NFPN that costs $17. It is accredited by the American Psychological Association and is described as, "A variety of interactive exercises and case vignettes [that] challenge you to think through the specifics of how you can work effectively with the fathers of children you serve." After the course is paid for, it is accessible at any time as long as you are registered.

For more information, visit the CEQuick website or the NFPN website:

www.cequick.com/myeln/nfpn/default.asp
www.nfpn.org/fatherhood.html

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