Lincoln Child Center is committed to maintaining and supporting a well trained, equipped, and versatile staff who work in unison toward the agency's mission and principles of care. The training program strives to enable staff to be oriented to the agency's mission and principles of care, be familiar with the agency's programs and clientele, increase their knowledge about their jobs and developments in their industry, further develop and refresh their skills, advance and grow at the agency, and increase their and their clients' safety.
With the support of title IV E funding, Lincoln Child Center offers trainings to the public. To view the trainings available and register online, click one of the links below.
Lincoln Child Center offers courses that meet the qualifications for continuing education credit for MFT's and/or LCSW's as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.
Through a contract with the Chabot-Las Positas Community College Distrct and Alameda County, we are funded to provide training to non-profit agencies working with children and families of the foster care system of Alameda county. These trainings are targeted to mental health professionals and staff. To be eligible for these free trainings, two criteria must be met:
1. There must be a significant number of foster children and families among the agency client population
2. There must be a minimum of six agency staff members participating in the training.
We are able to provide our trainings at our site two sites in Oakland or at your local agency site. A typical training is two hours in length, but may be as long as several days. All of our trainers are experienced and licensed mental health professionals, and CEUs are available.