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|Adult Ed: Youth in Out-of-Home Care Certificate
Total Hours: 56
The Adult Ed: Youth in Out-of-Home Care Certificate of Completion provides a sequence of courses that prepare students to become foster parents in Sonoma County. Courses cover: strategies for helping foster children and youth to adapt to the new home environment; planning for placement; legal issues surrounding foster care.
Upon successful completion of this program, the student will be able to:
- Explain the difficulties in adjustment for children in foster care using knowledge of appropriate and inappropriate behaviors within the stages of development.
- Employ skills to assist foster children in their relationships with their birth families.
- Identify and apply current laws and practices.
The requirements for the Adult Ed: Youth in Out-of-Home Care Certificate program are:
Complete requirements from
- Adult Ed: Foster Parent Preparation
|Adult Ed: Foster Parent Preparation - complete 56 hours|
|ADLTED 730||First Aid, CPR, AED and Bloodborne Pathogens||8.00|
|ADLTED 734A||Youth in Out-of-Home Care 1||12.00|
|ADLTED 734B||Youth in Out-of-Home Care 2||12.00|
|Complete 2 courses from below|
|ADLTED 735.1||Early Start Developmental Screening Tools||16.00|
|ADLTED 735.2||Trauma Informed Relationships--Part 1||12.00|
|ADLTED 735.3||Trauma Informed Relationships--Part 2||12.00|
|ADLTED 736A||Medically Fragile Infants--Part 1||24.00|
|ADLTED 736B||Medically Fragile Infants--Part 2 Practicum||24.00|