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All active volunteers are required to obtain 12 hours of training annually. The following opportunities are a list of trainings available through partner agencies or public broadcasting. Remember that if you count any of these for training credit you must complete the Professional Development Credit Report.


CASA CAMPUS

The Oklahoma CASA Association is facilitating free online trainings you can complete on your own time either on your computer or phone.  Each month a new topic is provided for you to view, topics include Intro into Disproportionality and Disparity, Kids & Counseling, ACEs and PACEs, and Aging Out. Once you have completed a training, you will receive a certificate that you must forward to Nichole for training credit.

Click the button below to login, register, and view trainings:

 


 

Professional Development Workshops from the Oklahoma Successful Adulthood Program (OKSA)

The Oklahoma Successful Adulthood Program works with Oklahoma youth in and from foster care. In November they are providing these webinar trainings on Thursdays:

  • Understanding Youth Culture, and
  • Employment Pathways Workshop.

Questions about any OKSA trainings should be directed to OKSA. Click here to go to the OKSA website:


 

Webinars from The Human Trafficking Capacity Building Center

Ask an Expert: Labor Trafficking 101

A panel of experts share information about potential indicators of labor trafficking, vulnerable industries, and a broad range of resources available to help organizations       and tribes start, sustain, or grow their support services for victims of labor trafficking.


Faces of Human Trafficking

The Office for Victims of Crime has a 9-part video series called the Faces of Human Trafficking. This series is designed to raise awareness of human trafficking. When combined, the videos equal about 1 hour and count for training.


PBS.com cultural competency videos

 

Asian Americans

Asian Americans is a five-hour film series that delivers a bold, fresh perspective on a history that matters today, more than ever. As America becomes more diverse, and more divided while facing unimaginable challenges, how do we move forward together? Told through intimate personal stories, the series will cast a new lens on U.S. history and the ongoing role that Asian Americans have played.

 

What I Hear When You Say

A collection of videos ranging from 6-7 minutes that explore how words can both unite and divide based on our own perspective and experiences. This counts for 90 minutes of training.

 

Latino Americans

This is the first major documentary series for television to chronicle the rich and varied history and experiences of Latinos. There are multiple videos to choose from, each equaling about one hour.

 

PBS American Portrait

Multiple videos from Americans of different cultures compile the first season of PBS American Portrait. Each video is about one hour.


For approved video/reading/documentary training options, see the PDFs below: