Children’s Advocacy Centers of Illinois are committed to promoting excellence in Illinois CACs through leadership, education and collaboration; providing training opportunities to strengthen CACs and multi-disciplinary partners, in accordance with the best practices and NCA standards for accreditation, which result in better service to Illinois children and their families.
To provide high quality discipline specific training and serve as a resource and as support to our CACs and MDTS.
CACI seeks input from member CACs and MDT members to better create training opportunities for frontline professionals that meet their needs and interest, and to diversify trainings to meet the needs of each MDT member.
I'm here to help! Please contact me with any questions, concerns, or suggestions about training.
Cara Vock, Coordinator of Training and Education email@example.com
Advocate Round Table Southern 5/10/19 Guardian Center CAC - Carmi, IL $10 Advocate Round Table Southern Registration
TF-CBT 5/13/19-5/14/19 President Abraham Lincoln Hotel- Springfield, IL $40 TF-CBT Training Registration
MDT Facilitators' Round Table Central 5/17/19 Tazewell County CAC - Pekin, IL $10 MDT Facilitator Round Table Central Registration
MDT Facilitators' Round Table Southern 5/20/19 Spero Family Services - Mt. Vernon, IL $10 MDT Facilitator Round Table Southern Registration
MDT Facilitators' Round Table Northern 5/22/19 Will County CAC - Joliet, IL $10 MDT Facilitators' Round Table Northern Registration
Narrative Practice: Creating Space for the Details 6/25 - 6/26/2019 Comfort Inn - Edwardsville, IL $30 - Narrative Practice: Register Here
ChildFirst Ex.: Expanded Interviewing Process - 7/30-8/01/2019 Crowne Plaza - Springfield $60 ChildFirst Ex. Registration
CACI is always available for assistance with customized trainings to fit member organizations’ needs and challenges. CACI will respond appropriately as needed whenever a training need is identified throughout the year. Customized trainings can include, but are not limited to: Dynamics of Child Sexual Abuse and the Effect on an Investigation, The Work of the MDT, Overview of the Forensic Interview Process and Overview of the CAC Model. CACI staff can work with teams to provide oversight, develop teams and protocols, strategic planning, assist with case reviews, mediate conflict and help ensure that protocols are being followed and National Accreditation Standards on a MDT level are being fulfilled
CACI's goal is to provide high quality discipline specific training and serve as a resource and as support to our CACs and MDTS.
CACI seeks input from member CACs and MDT members to better create training opportunities for frontline professionals that meet their needs and interests, and to diversify trainings to meet the needs of each MDT member.
Children's Advocacy Centers of Illinois 400 S. 9th St., Suite 203 • Springfield, IL 62701 • 217.528.2224