CEBC Webinars

CEBC webinars can be accessed below or on the CEBC YouTube channel. Please note that the evaluation and certificate of completion information on any of the webinar recordings was only available for those who signed in to watch the live webinar.

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Upcoming Webinars

The CEBC is currently collaborating with our partner project, California Training Institute (CalTrin), to deliver professional development and extended learning opportunities that focus on evidence-based solutions to issues that span both child abuse prevention and child welfare. Upcoming webinars and workshops include:

Identifying Drug Endangered Children: A Collaborative Approach Webinar     May 2, 2023 | 9 – 11 A.M.

This training will help participants understand who drug endangered children are along with the risks and long-term impacts associated with parental and caregiver substance misuse and drug activity. Trainers will discuss the importance of and opportunities for early identification and intervention and the need for multidisciplinary collaborative efforts to identify and help these children. Trainers will provide examples that all disciplines can relate to and activities to assist in understanding this challenging topic. Trainers will help attendees understand the opportunities to change the trajectories of the lives of drug-endangered children and break multigenerational cycles.   Learn more and register.

Building on the Strengths and Resilience of Latine Families      May 19, 2023 | 10 – Noon

The training will focus on understanding the promotive factors that can mitigate the negative effects of risk and adversity on Latine families and children and provide recommendations for programs and practices to build on Latine families’ strengths.   Learn more and register.

Recorded Webinars

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*The content of the presentations listed on this page reflects the thinking of the presenters. They do not necessarily represent official policy or positions of the sponsor.