Training

Overview

CPOCF Training Program

The Chief Probation Officers of California Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.   CPOCF supports and conducts research, provides educational and training activities relative to the development of the probation industry. 

For more information regarding upcoming trainings, please click on Training Calendar.

Training

CCR: Quality Matters – Enhancing Caseworker Visits for Foster Care Youth to Succeed

Quality engagement is essential when visiting youth in out-of-home care as this crucial component assist with ensuring positive outcomes for foster care youth. Since the federal passage of the Child and Family Services Improvement Act of 2006, the state of California has upgraded the performance standards for caseworker visits to be in accordance with federal guidelines that includes frequency, location, and quality of caseworker visits.

Training

California Public Records Act (PRA) – Sacramento
Rescheduled Date
Registration Extended
In-Person Training

An overview of the origins of the Public Records Act, with a study of the various provisions and application of the Act in response to public requests for records; records exempt from disclosure; prohibition against selective disclosure; disclosures to victims and other interested parties; subpoenas and subpoenas duces tecum; and disclosures under recent Acts regarding specified types of officer-involved incidents.

Target Audience: Staff from the first level of formal supervision to the executive level.

Instructor: Paul Coble

STC Cert #07107148
6 Hours In-person instruction + 1 Hour OnDemand instruction = 7 Hours Total STC credit

Cost: $160 ($131.25 STC + $28.75 Reg Fee)

Location: Sacramento, CA

Registration linkhttps://cvent.me/4rDDNg

Lunch will be provided.

Training

Conducting and Supervising Internal Affairs Investigation (IA) – Sacramento
Rescheduled Date
Registration Extended
In-Person Training

This course will discuss the root causes of employee misconduct, and the Internal Affairs process/workflow, including complaint intact through investigation, reporting, disposition, pre-disciplinary rights and post-discipline appeal.

Target Audience: Supervisors to mid-level Managers

Instructor: Paul Coble

STC Cert #04899983
6 Hours In-person instruction + 1 Hour OnDemand instruction = 7 Hours Total STC credit

Cost: $160 ($131.25 STC + $28.75 Reg Fee)

Location: Sacramento, CA

Registration linkhttps://cvent.me/A9ayqx

Lunch will be provided.

Training

California Pretrial Training: Pretrial Support, Part I
Now Available

The training will review the evidence-based and practical ways a pretrial services program can promote people’s pretrial success. The methods discussed in the training honor the presumption of innocence, the requirement of “least restrictive means,” and the principle of human dignity. In doing so, the focus of supervision shifts from managing failure to promoting success. Faculty will cover in detail the research on pretrial strategies (such as court notification, supervision, and electronic monitoring).

Training

Public Safety Officer’s Procedural Bill of Rights Act (POBR) – Sacramento 2023
Rescheduled Date
Registration Extended
In-Person Training

This in-person course provides the students with a contextual understanding of the origin of the Act and its statewide purpose. We then proceed through the various facets of the Act, noting where and how it may arise and apply or not apply to hypothetical scenarios. The teaching objective is to have students leave the course understanding this body of law and with confidence in their ability to properly administer it. Review and analysis of the Public Safety Officers’ Procedural Bill of Rights Act (Gov Code sec. 3300-3312), including statutory modifications, court decisions impacting on the statute, and how the Act is to be applied.

Instructor: Paul Coble

STC Cert #: 767-72922
6 Hours In-person instruction + 1 Hour OnDemand instruction = 7 Hours Total STC credit

Cost: $160 ($131.25 STC + $28.75 Reg Fee)

Location: Sacramento, CA

Registration Link: https://cvent.me/l5Bqwm

Lunch will be provided. 

Training

Child and Family Team Meetings: Facilitation Training – Sacramento
In-Person Training

This 3-day in-person training provides participants with the basic knowledge and skills to facilitate a Child and Family Team (CFT) meeting.  Utilizing the Integrated Core Practice Model (ICPM) as the foundational guide for CFT meeting facilitators, trainees will learn: 1) key elements of team meetings for safety and case planning 2) procedural basics of team meeting facilitation 3) the role and skills needed to be an effective CFT facilitator 4) structured problem-solving and solution-focused dialogue within team meetings. Although probation is not required to complete the Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS), probations’ involvement of sharing and receiving foster youths’ information from the CANS are crucial components in assisting in the safety, permanency, and well-being of foster youth. This course will provide an overview of CANS and cover the main areas that are applicable to probation.
 

In-Person Course Schedule:
December 13 & 14, 2022 | 8:30am to 4:30pm
December 15, 2022 | 8:30am to 3:30pm

No cost to attend training 

STC Credits –  20 STC hours (STC # 00053433)

Registration Link: https://cvent.me/XXrnbr

COVID 19 Protocols:
CPOC will actively monitor state and local guidance to ensure a continued focus on the health and safety of our attendees, trainers and CPOC staff. Courses scheduled in-person may move to a virtual format depending on local restrictions and recommendations.

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Training

California Pretrial Training: Arraignment Hearing

This course will review the role that a pretrial services program may play during the arraignment hearing. Faculty will review the legal principles of a meaningful arraignment and the importance of the pretrial assessment report that a pretrial services officer may provide to the court and other stakeholders. The course will also discuss the value of pretrial services attending the court hearing. Finally, faculty will present on the distinction between court-ordered release conditions and voluntary services. 

Training

Supervisors Leadership Academy – Fresno 2022
Applications Now Open

The Supervisors Leadership Academy (SLA) is designed to prepare first line Probation Department supervisors for their new role as change leaders. Leadership can be defined as a process whereby an individual influences a group of individuals to achieve a common goal. Whether this is your definition or not, being an effective leader is key for any supervisor. This SLA program is designed to take participants to the next level as a leader in their department. Topics that will be covered in week 1 include Real Colors temperament tool, leadership roles, organizational culture, learning organization, Evidence-Based Practices (EBP), Leading and Managing Change, understanding cycle of conflict and workforce diversity. Topics covered in week 2 include workforce diversity, conflict management, performance measures, data-decision making, reward & recognition, and coaching and mentoring. 

Location: Fresno, CA

Cost: $1100 STC Tuition 

STC Certification: Certified for 68 Hours for both weeks. 
STC # Week 1: 04447812 (34 Hours) 
STC # Week 2: 00532788 (34 Hours) 

Course Schedule
Week 1: December 5-9, 2022
Week 2: January 23-27, 2022

Mondays – 10:00am to 5:00pm
Tuesday to Thursdays – 8:00am to 5:00pm
Fridays – 8:00am to 12:00pm

Lunch will not be provided.

Access the online application here

COVID-19 Update for In-Person Trainings: CPOC will actively monitor state and local guidance to ensure a continued focus on the health and safety of our attendees, trainers and CPOC staff. Courses scheduled in-person may move to a virtual format depending on local restrictions and recommendations.
CPOC On-Demand Training

CPOC Hope Navigator Training

CPOC Hope Navigator Training

Hope Navigator Course: At a Glance

The Hope Navigator Course is an in-depth “train-the-trainer” training that builds the capacity to train, provide leadership and support with finding, enhancing, and modeling hope-centered initiatives. Hope Navigators are empowered to develop and implement hope-centered initiatives to improve the wellbeing and goal attainment of targeted populations.

Training

California Pretrial Training: Before Arraignment

This course will review the role that a pretrial services program may play during the pre-arraignment time period. Participants will learn about how pretrial services may provide information to help judicial officers make the pre-arraignment release decisions. The session will also cover the basics on pretrial risk assessment tools, an overview of the most commonly used tools, the role of the assessor, and the importance of quality assurance. Faculty will also address the needs and ways to assess a person’s ability to meet a financial release condition.

Training

Supervisors Leadership Academy – San Mateo 2022

The Supervisors Leadership Academy (SLA) is designed to prepare first line Probation Department supervisors for their new role as change leaders. Leadership can be defined as a process whereby an individual influences a group of individuals to achieve a common goal. Whether this is your definition or not, being an effective leader is key for any supervisor. This SLA program is designed to take participants to the next level as a leader in their department. Topics that will be covered in week 1 include Real Colors temperament tool, leadership roles, organizational culture, learning organization, Evidence-Based Practices (EBP), Leading and Managing Change, understanding cycle of conflict and workforce diversity. Topics covered in week 2 include workforce diversity, conflict management, performance measures, data-decision making, reward & recognition, and coaching and mentoring. 

Location: San Mateo, CA

Cost: $1100 STC Tuition 

STC Certification: Certified for 68 Hours for both weeks. 
STC # Week 1: 04447812 (34 Hours) 
STC # Week 2: 00532788 (34 Hours) 

Course Schedule:
Week 1: September 19-23, 2022
Week 2: October 24-28, 2022

Mondays – 10:00am to 5:00pm
Tuesday to Thursdays – 8:00am to 5:00pm
Fridays – 8:00am to 12:00pm

Lunch will not be provided 

Application: SLA San Mateo Application

COVID-19 Update for In-Person Trainings: CPOC will actively monitor state and local guidance to ensure a continued focus on the health and safety of our attendees, trainers and CPOC staff. Courses scheduled in-person may move to a virtual format depending on local restrictions and recommendations.

Training

Live Webinar: Brain Maturity: Impact on Decision-Making, Judgment and Impulse Control

Recent studies indicate the brain does not fully mature until the mid-20s. This course will provide an overview of how brain maturity affects decision-making, judgment and impulse-control in adolescent and young adult clients. We will discuss how developmental disorders such as Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder, Autism and Intellectual Disability affect reasoning and behavior. You will learn strategies for facilitating improved self-control in youth/ young adults.

Instructor: Dr. Kimberly Miller, Healthy Mind Sacramento Psychological Services, Inc

Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm

Cost: $50.00 ($37.50 STC + $12.50 registration fee)

STC Certification #01459413 (2 STC Hours)

Platform: Zoom Meeting

Registration Link: https://cvent.me/v5Mv3e

Training

Live Webinar: Brain Maturity: Impact on Decision-Making, Judgment and Impulse Control

Recent studies indicate the brain does not fully mature until the mid-20s. This course will provide an overview of how brain maturity affects decision-making, judgment and impulse-control in adolescent and young adult clients. We will discuss how developmental disorders such as Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder, Autism and Intellectual Disability affect reasoning and behavior. You will learn strategies for facilitating improved self-control in youth/ young adults.

Instructor: Dr. Kimberly Miller, Healthy Mind Sacramento Psychological Services, Inc

Time: 1:00pm – 3:00pm

Cost: $50.00 ($37.50 STC + $12.50 registration fee)

STC Certification #01459413 (2 STC Hours)

Platform: Zoom Meeting

Registration Link: https://cvent.me/yvgnxl

Training

Live Webinar: Conducting and Supervising Internal Affairs Investigation
Registration Now Open

This course will discuss the root causes of employee misconduct, and the Internal Affairs process/workflow, including complaint intact through investigation, reporting, disposition, pre-disciplinary rights and post-discipline appeal.

Target Audience: Supervisors to mid-level Managers

Instructor: Paul Coble

STC Cert #04899983 (6-STC Hours)

Cost: $120 ($112.50 STC + $7.50 Registration Fee)

Platform: Zoom Meeting

Registration link: https://cvent.me/wMdxQL

Training

Supervisors Leadership Academy – Madera

WEEK ONE: MAY 2 – MAY 6, 2022
WEEK TWO: JUNE 6 – JUNE 10, 2022

The Supervisors Leadership Academy (SLA) is designed to prepare first line Probation Department supervisors for their new role as change leaders. Leadership can be defined as a process whereby an individual influences a group of individuals to achieve a common goal. Whether this is your definition or not, being an effective leader is key for any supervisor. This SLA program is designed to take participants to the next level as a leader in their department. Topics that will be covered in week 1 include Real Colors temperament tool, leadership roles, organizational culture, learning organization, Evidence-Based Practices (EBP), Leading and Managing Change, understanding cycle of conflict and workforce diversity. Topics covered in week 2 include workforce diversity, conflict management, performance measures, data-decision making, reward & recognition, and coaching and mentoring. 

Location: Madera, CA

Cost: $1100 STC Tuition 

STC Certification: Certified for 72 Hours for both weeks. 
STC # Week 1: 04447812
STC # Week 2: 00532788

Course Schedule:
Week 1: May 2 - May 6, 2022
Week 2: June 6 - June 10, 2022

Monday – 10:00am to 5:00pm
Tuesday to Thursday – 8:00am to 5:00pm
Friday – 8:00am – 3:00pm

Lunch will not be provided 

Registration Closed 

COVID-19 Update for In-Person Trainings: CPOC will actively monitor state and local guidance to ensure a continued focus on the health and safety of our attendees, trainers and CPOC staff. Courses scheduled in-person may move to a virtual format depending on local restrictions and recommendations.
Training

Supervisors Leadership Academy – San Bernardino
NEW Dates

The Supervisors Leadership Academy (SLA) is designed to prepare first line Probation Department supervisors for their new role as change leaders. Leadership can be defined as a process whereby an individual influences a group of individuals to achieve a common goal. Whether this is your definition or not, being an effective leader is key for any supervisor. This SLA program is designed to take participants to the next level as a leader in their department. Topics that will be covered in week 1 include Real Colors temperament tool, leadership roles, organizational culture, learning organization, Evidence-Based Practices (EBP), Leading and Managing Change, understanding cycle of conflict and workforce diversity. Topics covered in week 2 include workforce diversity, conflict management, performance measures, data-decision making, reward & recognition, and coaching and mentoring. 

Location: San Bernardino, CA

Cost: $1100 STC Tuition 

STC Certification: Certified for 72 Hours for both weeks. 
STC # Week 1: 04447812
STC # Week 2: 00532788

Course Schedule:
Week 1: May 16 - May 20, 2022
Week 2: June 13 – June 17, 2022

Monday – 10:00am to 5:00pm
Tuesday to Thursday – 8:00am to 5:00pm
Friday – 8:00am – 3:00pm

Lunch will not be provided 

Application: SLA San Bernardino Application

COVID-19 Update for In-Person Trainings: CPOC will actively monitor state and local guidance to ensure a continued focus on the health and safety of our attendees, trainers and CPOC staff. Courses scheduled in-person may move to a virtual format depending on local restrictions and recommendations.
Training

Live Webinar: Emotional Intelligence

Numerous research suggests emotional intelligence (EQ) is a factor in predicting job performance. This course will assist participants in assessing their own emotional intelligence while learning to mitigate the impact of stress while improving interpersonal communication in both their professional and personal lives. Attendees will learn seven traits of an emotional intelligence characteristics to help them react diligently to physical and psychological reactions of others. This course is intended for probation staff at all levels.

Instructor: Dr. Mel Campbell

Cost: $100.00 ($75 STC + $25 registration fee)

4 STC Hours – Certification #: 06877940

Virtual Platform: Zoom 

Registration link: https://cvent.me/rv7bv1