Practice Guide

This Train the Trainers program is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and skills to effectively train child welfare professionals on the Lifelong Families model. This program provides preparation for participants to teach the Lifelong Families Training and the Replication Manual Training. The 2-day training is designed to prepare 6 to 8 participants to train both curricula.

January 1, 2012

Lifelong Families Series

In This Report, You’ll Learn

  1. 1

    3 key adult learning styles.

  2. 2

    5 presentation skills that apply adult learning principles.

  3. 3

    The learning objectives of the Lifelong Families training and the Replication Manual training.

  4. 4

    The key content areas of the Lifelong Families training and the Replication Manual training.

  1. 5

    Training skills in how to provide information in an engaging manner.

  2. 6

    Training skills in facilitating large group discussions.

  3. 7

    Training skills in setting the stage for small group work and debriefing.

  4. 8

    Training skills in supporting staff in successfully implementing the Lifelong Families model.

Key Takeaway

65% of learners are visual learners with a little less than 30% auditory learners and 5% kinesthetic learners.

Permanency services must be customized to address the needs of each youth for safety, permanence and well-being within a permanent family.

Findings & Stats

Statements & Quotations