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Register for Council trainings in September and October

It’s back-to-school time, and that means the Providers’ Council’s training calendar is filling up with a variety of offerings for the fall.

The fall edition of the six-session Certificate in Supervision Series will take place at BAMSI’s facility in Foxborough on Fridays starting October 7. Each session meets from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and participants that attend all six sessions receive a certificate and may also be eligible for 18 CEUs from NASW.

Sessions cover communication and leadership, conflict management, team building and more. The dates for the six sessions are: Oct. 7, Oct. 21, Nov. 4, Nov. 18, Dec. 2 and Dec. 16. More information and registration is available here.

Also on the calendar are Understanding Our Unconscious Bias to Promote Diversity in the Workplace and another extended session of Conducting Effective Internal Investigations.

Understanding Our Unconscious Bias on Tuedsay, September 27 in Somerville is an interactive session that explores the brain science behind how unconscious bias can show up. The active discussion will allow participants to leave the workshop with a better ability to recognize bias and to counter bias in themselves and others.

Conducting Effective Internal Investigations on Wednesday, October 12 in Framingham is a day-long training led by a veteran investigator and an employment law expert. The session explores how to identify possible complaints into policy violations, conduct effective witness interviews, communicate with complainants and witnesses during the investigation and present findings to leadership and the parties involved. Participants will conduct an investigation and receive individual feedback from instructors.

Registration is underway for all three of these trainings, applications for CEUs have been submitted for approval and new educational opportunities are being added regularly. Questions about upcoming trainings and CEUs may be e-mailed to Ella Froggatt or Christina Broughton.