Juvenile Placement Core Santa Ana – Week 1

Training

Juvenile Place Core  was developed to be consistent with the flow of the placement process once a youth is ordered into a foster care placement all the way through termination of a case, including information about extended foster care. Participants who complete this course will have a full understanding of all Division 31 requirements. The course material is presented in a variety of ways to account for various learning styles with a mix of lecture, short videos and discussion, practical skill building activities and small group discussion exercises. Content is comprised of technical, practical tasks mixed in with some of the adaptive skills needed in a placement probation officer. Below is the breakdown of the course’s five modules that are covered in the 6.5 day course.  CPOC’s Juvenile Placement Core meets the California Department of Social Services (DSS) training requirements for placement staff. It is preferred that placement probation officers complete Probation Core before enrolling in Juvenile Placement Core.

Cost – No tuition cost to attend training 

Lunch will be provided for all the days EXCEPT October 25th 

STC Credits – Estimated 50 STC hours for both Week 1 and Week 2

Dress Code – Business Casual (No Jeans)

Application: Juvenile Placement Core Application - Santa Ana