Flexible online learning opportunities for you or your team.

Level 1: Basic FASD Training

 

Foundations in FASD is a basic training course intended for everyone that will come into contact with individuals with FASD including all sectors of work, families, individuals with FASD, spouses, and the general public. This foundational level training program provides the perspective of individuals who have FASD, is evidence-based, employs a culturally sensitive approach, and is presented in a way that is responsive to the learners needs.

Niveau 1 : Formation de base

 

Fondements du TSAF est une formation de base destinée à tous ceux qui entreront en contact avec des personnes atteintes de TSAF, y compris les intervenants de tous les secteurs, les familles, les personnes atteintes de TSAF, les conjoints et le grand public. Ce programme de formation de base présente le point de vue des personnes atteintes de TSAF, est fondé sur des données probantes, utilise une approche adaptée à la culture et est présenté d’une manière qui tient compte des besoins de l’apprenant. Cette formation de base en ligne dure en moyenne deux heures

Level 2: Sector/Special Interest FASD Training

Niveau 2 : Formation pour les professionnels des secteurs ayant un intérêt particulier pour le TSAF

The Prevention Conversation is an online training program for front-line health and social services professionals to provide them with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to engage their clients/patients in a supportive and non-judgmental conversation about alcohol use during pregnancy, its lasting effects on the developing child, and resources and supports available to women of childbearing age.

Towards Improved Practice (TIP) is a training program that provides front-line service providers in many fields including mental health, addictions, corrections, shelters, literacy and adult education programs, with knowledge and tools to identify and best support women who are at-risk for having a child with FASD or individuals at-risk for having FASD themselves.

Vers de meilleures pratiques (TIP) est un programme de formation qui apporte aux fournisseurs de services de première ligne de nombreux domaines — dont la santé mentale, les dépendances, les services correctionnels, les refuges, la littératie et les programmes d’éducation des adultes — des connaissances et des outils permettant de repérer et de soutenir le mieux possible les femmes qui sont à risque d’avoir un enfant atteint d’un TSAF ou les personnes à risque de présenter un TSAF elles-mêmes.

FASD for Judicial Professionals Level II is an advanced training course for professionals in the Justice systems. This Level 2 training course builds on the Level 1 Foundations in FASD course and presents evidence-based and practice-informed information that can be easily and effectively integrated into your practice and approach to working with individuals with FASD

FASD for Solicitor General Professionals Level II is an advanced training course for professionals in the Solicitor General systems. This Level 2 training course builds on the Level 1 Foundations in FASD course and presents evidence-based and practice-informed information that can be easily and effectively integrated into your practice and approach to working with individuals with FASD

TSAF pour les représentants du Solliciteur général – Niveau II est une formation avancée destinée aux professionnels relevant du Solliciteur général. Cette formation de niveau II s’appuie sur le cours de niveau I Fondements du TSAF et présente des informations fondées sur des données probantes et éclairées sur la pratique qui peuvent être facilement et efficacement intégrées dans votre pratique et votre approche de travail avec les personnes atteintes de TSAF

FASD for School Staff Level II is an advanced training course intended for all educators working with students with FASD including all administrators, teachers, educational assistants, ECE’s, office admin, Board personnel and bus drivers. This Level 2 training course, building on the Level 1 Foundations in FASD course, provides the perspective of individuals who have FASD and their caregivers, is evidence-based and current, employs a culturally sensitive approach, and is presented in a way that is responsive to educators.

FASD for Community and Social Services Professionals Level ll is an advanced training course for frontline workers that work directly with individuals with FASD and their families, including but not exclusive to those that work in financial and disability services, in FASD networks, housing, shelter and crisis supports, and employment programs. COMING SOON!

Level 3: Specialized/Expert FASD Training

Niveau 3 : Formation spécialisée à l’intention des experts en TSAF

This online FASD curriculum is developed to assist professionals in learning the processes and procedures, and in developing the skillset, needed to be effective members of a multidisciplinary diagnostic team.

Ce programme en ligne sur le TSAF est conçu pour aider les professionnels à apprendre les processus, les procédures et à développer les compétences nécessaires pour devenir des membres efficaces d’une équipe de diagnostic multidisciplinaire. Le programme est conçu pour les professionnels de la santé clinique et paramédicaux qui travaillent actuellement dans des cliniques de TSAF ou pour ceux qui deviendront bientôt membres d’une clinique de diagnostic multidisciplinaire au Canada.

Online Education Opportunities — A list of online education and training resources.  [updated 2021.03.01]

KnowFASD.ca

KnowFASD.ca is an interactive website that provides information across the spectrum and lifespan of individuals who have FASD. It summarizes some of the common neurobehavioral features from current research and explains some of the neurobehavioral difficulties. Not all individuals with FASD will experience all of the issues presented.

The site has an ages and stages interactive feature, as well as a wiki environment, that provides information on many of the life challenges individuals may face in areas such as health, education, life skills, housing, social relationships, employment, and mental health. Within the wiki environment, intervention options include: tips, resources, and links specific to each area of neurobehavioral challenge.

KnowFASD.ca was developed by CanFASD in conjunction with University of Alberta and Dr. Jacqueline Pei’s research team.

Caregiver Training – http://www.childwelfareinstitute.torontocas.ca/training

POPFASD — https://www.fasdoutreach.ca — POPFASD shares current research, ideas, strategies, training and resources in order to build capacity in school districts for students with FASD and their teachers.