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Effective Supervised Visitation Training© for New and Current Providers
"A Certificate of Completion Program"
Are You Ready For A Fulfilling Part-Time Career?
Are you looking to create a part-time career and be a service to children? You might consider becoming a Professional Child Visitation Monitor.
What is a Professional Supervised Visitation Monitor?
A trained, neutral third-person paid to supervise the contact between a visiting parent and their child(ren). Visitation Monitors ensure safety and security of child-parent interactions while documenting what is seen and heard during a visitation. For additional duties, responsibilities and legal obligations required of visitation monitors refer to 2013 Calif. Rules of Court 5.20 2. (A)- (O) on the Menu Bar of Website.
What is Supervised Visitation Monitoring?
Supervised visitation allows parents in high conflict or high risk situations access to their children in a safe and supervised environment. The non-custodial parent that has access to the child only when supervised by another adult. Supervised visitation is used to protect children from potentially dangerous situations while allowing parental access and providing support for the child-parent relationship.
How does the process of using a Supervised Visitation Monitor work?
The Courts often times order a parent on monitored visitation. There are three types of monitored visitations: Professional, Non-professional and Therapeutic. Parents are given a Court Order for visitation. The Judge determines the frequency and duration of the monitored visitation. No two cases are alike. Parents come out of court having been given their Court Order and begin the process of identifying a Supervised Visitation Monitor. This training is to become a Professional Supervised Visitation Monitor, however, if a person is also a licensed mental health professional, they are able to accept both professional and therapeutic visitation cases. The cases we provide services to are Family Law Court cases, however, some cases may come to you from Dependency Court.
Mandatory Training Requirements for Supervised Visitation Providers
Effective January 1, 2013.
ALL Providers of Supervised Visitation Services MUST complete 24 hours of training including Family and Juvenile Law Basics to be in compliance with California Law. This training is in compliance with the law.
In this training, in accordance with the California Rules of Court Standard 5.20, you will receive instruction to enable you to become an Independent Professional Supervised Visitation Monitor or register with a Visitation Monitoring Agency. Set your own hours. Choose your own clients. Be your own Boss©
Why Train With Us?
Trainer is a member of Supervised Visitation Network (SVN) * Background Cleared * Listed with Orange County Family Court and Los Angeles Superior Court as a Provider * Bachelor of Science in Psychology * Studied at Pepperdine University, Counseling Psychology * Completed continuing education course in Domestic Violence * Attended California Rules of Court 5.20 training conducted by Adminstrative Office of The Courts (AOC) in partnership with the California Association of Supervised Visitation Service Providers (CASVSP). In compliance with Family Code 3200.5 and California Rules of Court 5.20.
**Training is LIVE, face-to-face classroom curriculum (online not recommended) *See Bio page for full background.
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Monitor Training Qualifications/Eligibility:
Must be Live Scanned or previously Live Scanned in current profession
Never been monitored as a parent before
No DUI's past (5) yrs
No crimes against a person or conviction for child abuse, sexual abuse or molestation
Not on probation or parole last 10 years
No civil, criminal or juvenile restraining orders past 10 years
Must be 21 years or older
- Automobile insurance if transporting a child.
- Must speak the same language of the minor and non-custodial parent.
Note: This is a Training Class. We do NOT hire. Off-site Supervised Visitation Monitors are private, independent monitors. This Training prepares you to be a Professional Supervised Visitation Monitor. Record of Attendance and Training Manual included.
Withdrawals and Refunds (See also Policy Procedures below):
Policies and Procedures 2013.docx
No refunds after registration is paid.
Tuition can be rolled over to next training class or future training dates witthin 90 days.
Attendee may transfer tuition or registration to another individual within 90 days. New registration form is required.
Unused registration or tuition AFTER 90days forfeited.
NO PAY AT THE DOOR or WALK-INS ALLOWED DAY OF TRAINING.
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Training Designed for Professionals...
Interested in Becoming a Professional Child Visitation Provider (Monitor)?
Training consists of the following Modules:
California Rules of Court Standard 5.20 for Professional Providers (Monitors)
Family and Juvenile Law Basics
Do's and Don'ts of the industry
Child Abuse Reporting Laws (Penal Codes 11166, 11165.15)
Sexual Abuse, Substance Abuse and Mental Illness; its impact on visitations
Domestic Violence; its impact on visitations
Cultural Sensitivity: Working with families of various backgrounds, customs and traditions
Working with the Courts, Parents and Attorneys
Intake Interviews; screening of visitation clients and gathering appropriate documents
Documentation, Report Writing, Terminating Visits
Monitor Visitation Role Plays
Marketing; business operations and obtaining clients for long-term success
How many people attend an average training class?
- The number of participants depends on the training need at that time.
- The Monitor Training classes must have a minimum (15) participants but no more than (25) to ensure effectiveness.
How do I receive a Certificate of Completion?
Certificates of Completion or Record of Attendance is given to each attendee eligible as follows:.
All attendees must be present for and complete 24 hours of required modules set forth in the 2013 California Standards and Practices 5.20 and Family Code 3200.5 for Professional Supervised Visitation Providers in order to practice. NO EXCEPTIONS. ALL attendees receive certificates bearing total # of completed education hours. * There are no refunds. Instead, registrants are welcome to transfer to an upcoming session or forward paid registration to another registrant within a 90 day period.
WIIFM (What's In It For Me?) for my tuition fee:
Certificate of Completion - Record of Attendance
New Provider's Training Manual
- Live Classroom Curriculum (online not recommended)
- Real-World Case Videos for enhanced learning
New Client Documents Starter Kit
1 year Post-training Support and Guidance
New Case Referral or Monitor Registry Program (optional)
Discounts on Teleseminars, Conferences and Association Membership Dues