Purpose of this training is to equip potential providers with the minimum requirements of the state of California, as required by the California Courts for the Supervised visitation Program, according to Family code 3200 & 3200.5, Standard 5.20 (Uniform standards of practice for providers of supervised visitation), which requires 24-hour training for professional & non professional providers of supervised visitation.
The 24-Hour Training requirement
will cover the following areas:
Qualifications of Providers
Professional & Non Professional
(A) The role of a professional
(B) Child abuse reporting laws
(D) Screening, monitoring, and
termination of visitation
(E) Developmental needs of
(F) Legal responsibilities and
obligations of a provider
(G) Cultural sensitivity
(J) J) Issues relating to substance
abuse, child abuse, sexual abuse, and domestic violence
(K) Basic knowledge of family and
This training will review the
qualifications of Professional and Non Professional Providers, according to
This training does not ensure any
individual attending meets the qualifications.
Any person contracted to provide
Professional or Non Professional Provider Services with SOS Youth &
Family, must be evaluated for qualification prior to the start of training,
and meet all qualifications of Standard 5.20 priors to Provider Contract being accepted.