Noojimo’iwewin - healing others, healing the mind and body as well as illness
A multi-disciplinary training for advocates to implement effective service and advocacy strategies in cases involving child welfare, domestic violence, or both.
This course is approved for 9.25 (including 1.25 Elimination of Bias) Minnesota Continuing Legal Education credits.
This course is approved by the NASW-Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative for 9 credits.
CALL TO BOOK YOUR ROOM BY TUESDAY, JULY 27
ROOM BLOCK INFORMATION:
VAWA ICWA Training
Check-in: Tuesday, August 3, 2021
Check-out: Friday, August 6, 2021
This year, all training participants have the opportunity to engage in a multitude of ways using Whova
Whova is an interactive event networking platform that houses easy-to-use features, some of which we have become familiar with in these virtual times, such as Q&A with speakers and a group chat box throughout the event.
Taking things to the next level, Whova encourages each attendee to build their unique profile to share personal and professional interests. Whova also offers Community Discussion Boards where attendees can subscribe to connect in smaller group chats tailored to specific social groups or topics. Plus, private chats can be sent at any time, not only between attendees, but to speakers too.
All the while, Whova’s features for engagement and networking are integrated with the platform we have all grown partial to: Zoom. As we come together in these ways - in-person, via Zoom, and through Whova - we remain connected and committed to healing communities from trauma.