FOSTER CARE SUPPORT NETWORK VOLUME 2 TRAININGS

Below are the training titles and descriptions for each Volume 2 FCSN training. After you have determined which trainings you are interested in ordering, select the number of tests and answer keys you will need for each. Only one answer key is needed for each training per facility. Each test includes a certificate of completion per foster parent.

 

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*We encourage you to check with the licensing entity in your state to ensure that FCSN trainings will be counted toward training hours for your foster parents.

 

Follow the links below to view FCSN trainings from each volume.

 

View Volume 1 | View Volume 3 | View Volume 4 | View Volume 5 |

View Volume 6 | View Volume 7 | View Volume 8 | View Volume 9 |

View Volume 10 |View Volume 11 | Volume 12 | View Volume 13 |

View Volume 14 | View Volume 15 |

 

**Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery. Order online for faster service.

 

Important Publisher's Note: Reproduction of Tests and Certificates of Completion may VOID your training hours.

 

**Please note, certificates are NOT mailed with the trainings. Certificates will be issued upon completions of the tests. Once you send us the completed tests, we will correct them and issue a certificate.

Description
PRICE
COURSE ID

Volume 2, No. 1 Training & Certificate

 

Family Reunification: Preservation Isn't Always in the Child's Best Interests

Returning the foster child to his/her birth home is often the alternative explored first. However, current policies are stressing the child's safety as opposed to maintaining the birth parent and child as a family. Adoption and guardianship are among other options that need to be considered.

Category: Reunification

0201FEPV
$3.50
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Volume 2, No. 1 Answer Key

0201FEAV
$1.50
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Volume 2, No. 2 Training & Certificate

 

Removing a Child's Negative Mental Blueprint: Foster Parents Need to be Key Players

Foster children often have a negative way of looking at family, intimacy and relationships. This article explains the key role that foster parents play in treating the invisible, mental scars caused by maltreatment.

Category: Mental Health

0202FEPV
$3.50
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Volume 2, No. 2 Answer Key

0202FEAV
$1.50
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Volume 2, No. 3 Training & Certificate

 

Stress & Team Building: Experts Offer Advice for Foster Parents, Social Workers/Caseworkers

Social workers and foster parents often do not understand each other, which can lead to additional stress. What can be done to address these misgivings? This article takes a look.

Category: Stress Management

0203FEPV
$3.50
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Volume 2, No. 3 Answer Key

0203FEAV
$1.50
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Volume 2, No. 4 Training & Certificate

 

Child Abuse Prevention: How to Combat Verbal Abuse, Bullying

How do children react to abuse and neglect? What are some guidelines for stopping verbal abuse? The article also lists four key areas that can help foster parents address this issue.

Category: Abuse & Neglect

0204FEPV
$3.50
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Volume 2, No. 4 Answer Key

0204FEAV
$1.50
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Volume 2, No. 5 Training & Certificate

 

Child Abuse Prevention: How to Combat Verbal Abuse, Bullying

How do children react to abuse and neglect? What are some guidelines for stopping verbal abuse? The article also lists four key areas that can help foster parents address this issue.

Category: Foster Parenting

0205FEPV
$3.50
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Volume 2, No. 5 Answer Key

0205FEAV
$1.50
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Volume 2, No. 6 Training & Certificate

 

Mentoring: Giving Foster Parents the Help They Need

This article describes how mentors can help support and retain foster parents, who often feel "out on an island" with their problems, due to the confidential nature of fostering.

Category: Mentoring

0206FEPV
$3.50
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Volume 2, No. 6 Answer Key

0206FEAV
$1.50
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Volume 2, No. 7 Training & Certificate

 

Kinship Care: Permanency Solutions Need Closer Look

This article explains the significant permanency differences between children who are placed with non-relatives as opposed to youth placed with adults who are related to them – known as kinship foster care.

Category: Kinship Care

0207FEPV
$3.50
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Volume 2, No. 7 Answer Key

0207FEAV
$1.50
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Volume 2, No. 8 Training & Certificate

 

Love Languages: Learn How to Speak Your Child's Language

Can you speak your child's love language? By determining which of the five love languages your child most identifies with, and then "speaking" your child's own love language, you can fill his or her "emotional tank" with love. Setbacks will occur, but the benefits are worth it.

Category: Foster Parenting

0208FEPV
$3.50
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Volume 2, No. 8 Answer Key

0208FEAV
$1.50
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Volume 2, No. 9 Training & Certificate

 

Foster Parents and IEPs: Advocating for Your Child's Education

What is an IEP? Who should be involved in developing a child's IEP? Answering questions like these helps foster parents be the best possible advocate for their foster child's education.

Category: School/Education

0209FEPV
$3.50
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Volume 2, No. 9 Answer Key

0209FEAV
$1.50
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Volume 2, No. 10 Training & Certificate

 

Emotional Abuse & Neglect: It's More Difficult to See than Physical Abuse but it Hurts, Too

Just as there is physical abuse and neglect, children can also suffer from emotional abuse and neglect. What does emotional neglect do? How can it be prevented? This article takes a look.

Category: Abuse & Neglect

0210FEPV
$3.50
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Volume 2, No. 10 Answer Key

0210FEAV
$1.50
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Volume 2, No. 11 Training & Certificate

 

How Attachment Problems Affect Foster Youth

While AD children pose problems due to the lack of attachment they experienced early in life, many foster parents have been influential in helping these children turn their lives around.

Category: Mental Health

0211FEPV
$3.50
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Volume 2, No. 11 Answer Key

0211FEAV
$1.50
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Volume 2, No. 12 Training & Certificate

 

Independence Day: Preparing Foster Youth to Live on Their Own

Foster parents need to emphasize life skills training because such training – especially when age appropriate and tailored to the individual youth – will help prepare them to be successful adults, and that, after all is the goal of any parent.

Category: Life Skills

0212FEPV
$3.50
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Volume 2, No. 12 Answer Key

0212FEAV
$1.50
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