Trainings

There’s More To Me Than What You See: Providing Effective Services to Sexually Exploited Children and Youth Victimized By Human Trafficking

Registration: 8:30 a.m.
Training: 9:00 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.
Fee: $20 for Partnership Members, $120 for Non-Partnership Members

To register

In order to register for training sessions, please click on the button below to go to the Wisconsin Child Welfare Professional Development System (WCWPDS) website to access PDS Online. Once you reach the WCWPDS website, you will click on the “PDS Online Go” button in order to login and register for pre-service, foundation and special skills/topics training sessions.  Once you reach the PDS Online system, you will be able to search training sessions  by title or locator number.  A locator number is identified below for each training session to streamline your search process on PDS Online.  Complete instructions for logging in and registering for training sessions are available on the WCWPDS website via the button below.

PDSonline

DESCRIPTION : The most common form of sex trafficking of minors in the United States is among runaways. Without appropriate screening and services these victims may never enter or disappear from mainstream services and become vulnerable to some of the most sadistic and brutal violence in our society. When they surface, they may be too close to aging out of the child protection services system and too young and inappropriate for adult services. Failure to identify these victims puts them at risk of being miss-labeled as juvenile delinquents and criminals. A specialized intervention model is required to ensure comprehensive care for each victim. This training provides information about the dynamics of child sex trafficking and its aftereffects on victims that CPS and juvenile justice workers can use to facilitate collaborative case planning and to assist with developing skills to work effectively with these victims.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  • Increase knowledge of the crime of sexual exploitation of children in Wisconsin

  • Understand the nature of the problem – trauma and violence as precursor

  • Increase knowledge of common patterns of victimization

  • Increase knowledge of common characteristics of victims

  • Develop skills that promote early identification to prevent additional trauma and to divert from juvenile or the adult criminal justice system and into appropriate services

  • Explore a multidisciplinary response in your community – working collaboratively with school districts, law enforcement, youth advocates, healthcare practitioners and victims services

  • Understand the high risk victim model intervention

  • Understand the specialized service context to develop case plans and work effectively with victims

TARGET AUDIENCE: Public and tribal child welfare professionals (child protective services and juvenile justice)

Upcoming Trainings
    October 2014
  • Access (full)
  • There's More to Me than What You See: Providing Effective Services to Sexually Exploited Children and Youth Victimized by Human Trafficking
  • Ethics and Boundaries - Please see your Supervisor for the dates of this agency based training.
  • Full Schedule or PDSonline
Events and News
Training Updates
  • Location Change - Ongoing Case Planning on November 18-19, 2014 has been moved to the Menominee Casino-Bingo-Hotel in Keshena
  • Date Change - Childhood and Adolescent Disorders on October 1-2 will now be held on December 2-3, 2014
  • Check out the Attendance and Missed Training Days Policy

 
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University of Wisconsin - Green Bay
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Green Bay Wisconsin 54311
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Last Updated: December 2, 2013
December 2, 2013