Standards for Prevention

Standards for Prevention

Part 1 – Standards for Prevention Programs: Overview 101

This webinar is the first of a two-part webinar series on the New Jersey Standards for Prevention Programs: Building Success through Family Support. The primary goal of this webinar is to provide agencies with an overview of the updated version of the New Jersey Standards and will generate a broad base of support for the practical application of the Standards.

 

Instructions:
  1. In order for your participation to be counted you must register to view the webinar. If you have multiple staff/colleagues who will be watching the webinar, each person must register individually. When you fill out the information, please make sure you include both the agency and the program you work for so that our records may be accurate.
  2. Please make sure you complete the post test at the end of the webinar. You will find the link to the post test on the PCANJ website.
  3. Your participation will be registered in the PCANJ datasystem and sent to the NJ Department of Children and Families to confirm completion.
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Step 1: Register to view the webinar
Step 2: Complete the Post-Test

 

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Powerpoint Handout
NJ Standards for Prevention Programs Document

 

 


Part 2 – Advanced Standards for Prevention: Practical Administration for Administrators

This webinar is the second of a two-part webinar series on the New Jersey Standards for Prevention Programs: Building Success through Family Support. Register to view this pre-recorded webinar to explore practical applications of the Standards and how they can be used to benefit your program.

 

Instructions:
  1. In order for your participation to be counted you must register to view the webinar. If you have multiple staff/colleagues who will be watching the webinar, each person must register individually. When you fill out the information, please make sure you include both the agency and the program you work for so that our records may be accurate.
  2. Your participation will be registered in the PCANJ datasystem and sent to the NJ Department of Children and Families to confirm completion.
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Register here to view the webinar

 

video-iconDownload the Materials:
Powerpoint Handout
NJ Standards for Prevention Programs Document
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