Date(s) - Tuesday, January 26, 2021
9:00 am - 11:00 am
This training supports participants in gaining insight helpful to working with those who live in poverty. This session discusses strategies to increase skills and knowledge related to the culture of poverty, raise our individual and group awareness about biases as it relates to poverty, and enhance the understanding of children and families to assist in strengthening interactions.
- Learn the differences between generational and situational poverty
- Know the hidden rules behind patterns in poverty, middle class, and wealth
- Understand the differences and impact of language between poverty and middle class
- Gain strategies for building relationships with families experiencing poverty
Project Harmony wants everyone to feel competent and confident when working with children and families. The Project Harmony Training Institute offers a variety of trainings that will provides awareness, generate learning, or build skills dependent upon your need. Project Harmony prides itself on a focus to the mission of ending child abuse and a dedication to our core values: collaboration, innovation, and integrity. The Project Harmony Training Institute strives to integrate these core values in our daily work.
This training has been approved for 2 hours of foster parent training credit.
Please print and fill out this certificate and bring it to the training. Have your caseworker and training facilitator sign the form to ensure you receive the CEUs available. Always notify your caseworker or recruiter of your intention to attend any of the training or support group events on this calendar. Acceptable proof would also include the signature of the trainer on either training materials or notes that includes the title and date of the training. Register here.