This course guides professionals to identify the social, emotional, and academic impact for children of National Guard and Reserve service members, and discover resources to help alleviate their often misunderstood and overlooked challenges. Learn to identify the unique challenges associated with their parent’s service and understand the academic impact for these part-military, part-civilian children and youth.
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This is a one-day course designed to enhance the current capabilities, competency and awareness of professionals who serve and support military-connected children and youth. Live training is conducted by two MCEC trainers experienced in youth development, education, counseling, social work and other related fields. The training curriculum is anchored in research and includes application components to maximize the utility of concepts learned.
This course includes 6 clock hours of instruction and group work time, exclusive of breaks and lunch.
Understanding the National Guard and Reserves
Understanding Deployment: Gone is Gone
Identifying the Social, Emotional and Academic Issues
Identifying National Guard & Reserve Students in Schools and Programs
Building a Support Network
Making a Commitment
Participants who complete this course are eligible for 6 clock hours of Continuing Education Credits (CEUs).
This training is best suited for any professional that serves and supports military-connected children and youth. Teachers, administrators, social workers, counselors, child-care workers and community leaders often attend our training events.
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