Live Training Schedule
BCAC is Maryland’s foremost resource for child abuse prevention education for caregivers, community members and youth-serving professionals. BCAC offers a number of different training opportunities at our onsite Training Institute in Baltimore City. All of our offerings are eligible for Continuing Education Credits (CEUs) approved by the Maryland Board of Social Work.
Registration is now required for all trainings. Registration will close 48 hours in advance of each training.
WEBINAR: Children Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence
Thursday, March 26th, 1:00PM – 3:00PM
This training will review the current research, the significance of early ACE study, and why there is consensus in the field regarding the adverse effects of children witnessing violence. We will discuss neurobiological, emotional and psychological factors as well as parenting in this context and what you can do in your work with families to increase resilience. 2 CEUs. Register here.
WEBINAR: Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs): Impact on Future Health
Monday, May 11, 2:00PM – 4:00PM
In 1995, CDC researchers discovered 10 common ACEs relating to child abuse, neglect and household dysfunction that have remarkably been proven to have costly detrimental outcomes as children become adults. Years later, researchers in Philadelphia included additional ACEs specific to the experience of children and color and children who live in urban environments. Participants will gain appreciation of the ACE study the Philadelphia Urban ACE study and how these findings impact adult outcomes. 2 CEUs. Register here.
WEBINAR: Engaging Families in the Mental Health Process
Monday, May 18, 10:00AM – 12:00PM
This workshop will share information about how service providers can engage families in services including ideas, tips, examples and programming ideas. In this training, individuals will learn what resources are most useful to certain clients and how to use these tools. Instructors will provide interactive examples of how to successfully engage families and improve outcomes for youth. 2 CEUs. Register here.