Talented Program Coordinator with experience completing multiple tasks to ensure compliance.
Driven and seeking to utilize advanced leadership and decision-making abilities in coordinator position.
The Family Development Credential Program (FDC) is a New York State professional development training that provides frontline staff with the skills and competencies they need to empower families. FDC-trained staff help families capitalize on their strengths and set attainable goals.
The FDC curriculum, developed by the National FDC Program at the University of Connecticut, consists of approximately 90 hours of intensive, interactive classroom study. The curriculum has been revised for 2015, to include the following new and updated modules: Family Development: A Sustainable Route to Healthy Self Reliance/ Communicating with Skill and Heart/ Presence and Mindfulness: Cornerstones of Healthy Relationships/ Taking Good Care of Yourself/ Our Diverse World/ Strengths-based Assessment/ Helping Families Set and Reach their Goals/ Helping Families Access Specialized Services/ Home Visiting
Collaboration and Community Support
There is also an additional 10 hours of small group instruction in portfolio development. Each student develops a portfolio that applies FDC concepts to their everyday work experience. With regular attendance, a satisfactory portfolio, and a passing grade on the New York State credential exam, workers can earn a Family Development Credential and college credits.
obtained 42 credits
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