Professional Development Training Course
Due to the Covid 19 Pandemic we are working to put this course online. We hope to have most classes available by Winter/Spring of 2022.
The Mission of Answer Poverty is to interrupt the cycle of generational poverty.
As part of that mission we provide professional development training for social workers, teachers, clergy, health care and other social service professionals working with individuals and families living in poverty.
This is a professional development training course that emphasizes an asset-based approach to work with people living in poverty and work in low-income communities.
New classes are being developed for the Winter/Spring 2021 offering of this course. The TBD. Class details will be available at the time of application.
This training course is primarily for practitioners who are currently employed (or volunteering) as a social service worker, ministry leader, teacher, healthcare worker, program supervisor or community professional working with individuals or families living in poverty.
To equip practitioners (and their organizations) to develop and deliver programs and services that better understand the reality of a life lived in poverty; and to better understand not just why, but how to help families work to liberate themselves from poverty and its negative impacts.
To receive Professional Development Certification, students must complete a minimum of (20) Class Hours and write a 3000-word learning reflection paper.
College Student Rate & CEU’s also Available. Ask for details.
Overview of Winter/Spring 2022 Training Course including classes & fees
To Be Determined
Professional Certification for Professional & Volunteer Practitioners
To receive Professional Certification, students must complete a minimum of (20) Class Hours and write a 2000-word learning reflection paper.
Information about Winter/Spring 2022
“We must continue to remind ourselves that the families we serve are human beings…not just the boy who sells drugs on the corner, that crazy family on 5th Street or the girl who got pregnant when she was 14. When we do, it cultivates our capacity to serve with empathy and love…”