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Trauma/Brain 201 Course Evaluation

Trauma/Brain 201: Building Resiliency

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  • Self-Assessment of Learning

    Instructions: Please review the following list of knowledge and skills statements. Select the choice that best represents what you knew BEFORE this training.
  • I have no knowledge of this topicI have some knowledge of this topic but not sure how to apply this knowledgeI have sufficient knowledge of this topic to apply it in routine situationsI have advanced knowledge of this topic and can apply it in the majority of situationsI have expert knowledge of this topic and can apply it in complex situations
    Describe the characteristics of a trauma-informed child and family service system
    Describe the seven essential elements of a trauma-informed child and family service system
    Distinguish between collaboration and other commonly used terms
    Describe key characteristics of collaboration
    Describe the difference between trauma screening, trauma assessment, and psychological evaluations for children
    Describe current Division practice related to trauma assessments for children entering foster care
    Explain how a parent's past or ongoing experiences with trauma can impact how they parent
    Describe how current life stressors can exacerbate trauma reactions in parents and directly impact the lives of children
    Explain the concept of resilience, including key characteristics
    Distinguish between facts and myths about resilience
    Describe the resiliency wheel and its six major approaches to promoting resilience
    Explain the foundational conditions for building relationships that promote resilience in children and adolescents
    Identify positive and negative effects of stress and distinguish between them
    Assess at least two possible sources of stress and state at least two strategies to mitigate these stressors
  • Self-Assessment of Learning

    Instructions: Please review the following list of knowledge and skills statements. Select the choice that best represents what you knew AFTER this training.
  • I have no knowledge of this topicI have some knowledge of this topic but not sure how to apply this knowledgeI have sufficient knowledge of this topic to apply it in routine situationsI have advanced knowledge of this topic and can apply it in the majority of situationsI have expert knowledge of this topic and can apply it in complex situations
    Describe the characteristics of a trauma-informed child and family service system
    Describe the seven essential elements of a trauma-informed child and family service system
    Distinguish between collaboration and other commonly used terms
    Describe key characteristics of collaboration
    Describe the difference between trauma screening, trauma assessment, and psychological evaluations for children
    Describe current Division practice related to trauma assessments for children entering foster care
    Explain how a parent's past or ongoing experiences with trauma can impact how they parent
    Describe how current life stressors can exacerbate trauma reactions in parents and directly impact the lives of children
    Explain the concept of resilience, including key characteristics
    Distinguish between facts and myths about resilience
    Describe the resiliency wheel and its six major approaches to promoting resilience
    Explain the foundational conditions for building relationships that promote resilience in children and adolescents
    Identify positive and negative effects of stress and distinguish between them
    Assess at least two possible sources of stress and state at least two strategies to mitigate these stressors
  • Training Evaluation

    Instructions: Select the description that represents how much you agree or disagree with each statement.
  • Strongly disagreeDisagreeAgreeStrongly Agree
    The training was appropriate for my level of experience.
    The training content will be useful in my daily work.
    The training content was presented in a way that was helpful in the learning process.
    The trainer encouraged participation.
    The materials distributed were helpful in the learning process.
    The activities were helpful in the learning process.
    The trainer used illustrative examples to support the training content.
    The trainer responded effectively to participant questions.
    I gained new knowledge about the subject matter from this training.
    The time allotted for the training was sufficient.
    The training venue supported the learning process.
    I would recommend this training to a colleague.
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