In-Person and Online Training are available to agencies
Primarily these trainings are about using the NCFAS and T/WB tools, father-involvement, and implementing family preservation and reunification programs. Trainings on other related topics can be customized to meet an agency’s needs. There are options for general training and trainer certification. For in-person training, we will travel to the agency. For more information, please contact Michelle Reines at firstname.lastname@example.org or 888-498-9047.
The National Family Preservation Network (NFPN) has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 7343. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. NFPN is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
The number of Continuing Education credits awarded varies based on the length of training (hours). The trainings are valid for three (3) years. If accommodations for a disability are needed, please notify NFPN at least fourteen (14) days in advance of the training.
Confidentiality of Information: NFPN will protect the confidentiality of participant information related to qualifying programs, including the identity of participants, and the information and materials submitted to NFPN by the participants.
Payment Policy: Training fees may be paid before, split before and after, or after training occurs, depending on the participants’ agency requirements. If the training is to occur in-person and the participant agency cancels the training, the travel fees incurred by NFPN will not be refunded but the remaining funds will be refunded. Live, online (virtual) training may be canceled by either party at any time. Every effort will be made to reschedule the training. If this is not possible, the participant agency will receive a full refund of all fees paid.
Program Complaint Policy: All complaints and disputes will be reported to and reviewed by NFPN’s board of directors within thirty (30) days of NFPN’s knowledge of the complaint. NFPN will make all reasonable efforts to resolve program participant complaints and disputes related to NFPN training.
Complaint Reporting Requirements: NFPN must report to NBCC each complaint, dispute, or other grievance that directly or indirectly relates to any terms and requirements of NBCC’s policy, including all complaint matters received from a program participant, another organization, or a government agency or authority. Such complaint matters must be reported to NBCC within sixty (60) days of NFPN’s knowledge of the complaint, including all related written communications and materials.