EMS Webinars

Fall 2017-Spring 2018 Webinars

December 13, 2017 EMS Webinar, "Child Abuse" will be held from 6-7pm EST.

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Webinar Speaker Information: 
Steve Munger has worked with MMDHHS for 18 years, primarily in the capacity of a CPS investigator. Steve has extensive experience and is a subject matter expert regarding American Indian and Alaskan native children and families. Steve has worked with the Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians and the Bay Mills Indian community and has broad experience in tribal courts. Steve conducts in-service trainings for local office staff and our community partners; field training related to conducting joint-coordinated investigations between CPS and law enforcement involving prosecutor’s, victim advocates, court officials, and other related entities; and a plethora of various trainings at the Office of Workforce Development and Training including substance abuse, secondary trauma, sexual abuse, CPS report writing 101, and ICWA/MIFPA. Steve is also the backup trainer for JJ-PSTT. Steve also worked at the juvenile justice program office on a special project regarding MiSACWIS-JJ. Steve has an intricate knowledge of the legal process associated with child welfare.

Objectives: At the end of this session the participant shall be able to:

Understand Mandated Reporting
-Know the Child Protection Law (CPL)
-Recognize child abuse and neglect
-Know the MDHHS reporting processes including all procedures and their importance
Handouts and Additional Webinar Information

At least two days prior to the program, you will be provided via e-mail the teleconference call number and information on how to log onto the webinar via Zoom. The PowerPoint presentation will be available to be printed from our website about two days prior to the program.

After the program, those that attended the full program, monitored by roll call will be emailed an attendance sheet as well as a quiz and an evaluation via Survey Monkey. This information is required for receiving a certificate which will include your one credit of continuing education

*NOTE: There is NO cost to register for EMS webinars!