PCAK offers a variety of trainings for professionals, caregivers and advocates. There are many topics from which to choose, or we can tailor a presentation to meet your needs.
Looking for something not covered in the list of topics?
PCAK staff can develop a presentation to address a particular need or subject. If we cannot accommodate your request, we will be glad to assist you in finding another source to meet the need. Feel free to contact us to discuss your training needs and available options.
How much does training cost?
Knowledge and awareness is a prerequisite to preventing child abuse and neglect. Our goal is to provide training and information to as many communities as possible. We rely on your generosity to continue to provide these trainings. Should your agency budget allow you to provide reimbursement for our expenses, we will gladly send an invoice for services.
NEW ONLINE INTERNET SAFETY TRAINING!
Whether you are a professional working to protect children or you are a parent, this training will provide insight into how perpetrators groom children online and what parents and caregivers can do to keep kids safe. Click here to learn more and view the training!
In the midst of COVID-19, PCAK is still offering training opportunities for professionals, caregivers and advocates. Request a virtual training below, or see the following scheduled ZOOM trainings:
Reinventing Our Message During COVID-19: Promoting Action for the Prevention of Child Abuse
June 17, 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Presented by: Janna Estep Jordan, MSW Director of Operations and Prevention Education, Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky
Description: The way we talk about social problems affects how people understand their causes and solutions. Each of us has beliefs and values we use to help us decide the meaning of messages received. Intentional framing is needed to understand complex issues and build support for programs and policies. This workshop will summarize the work already completed around re-framing of child sexual abuse in Kentucky, as well as the importance of adequate message frames moving forward. Especially now, during times of COVID-19 we need messages to drive the public to action. Participants will leave with understanding of proper framing for difficult topics, and the tools to create new appropriate messages for difficult social issues.
Registration Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82495100985
Safe Sleep in Kentucky
June 24, 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Presented by: Tina Ferguson, Kentucky Department of Public Health
Description: This workshop will describe the impact of SUID (Sudden Unexpected Infant Death) in Kentucky and will provide ideas participants can promote in their work or family life to prevent SUID.