Our friends at the Northeast Regional CAC (including NJ’s own Tony DeVincenzo) are offering a great training for team facilitators. We all know that the job can sometimes be like herding cats, and this is a great opportunity to enhance your skills, and get some support from others around the region in similar roles.
Team Facilitator Training 2.0 - Building the capacity of team facilitators to strengthen their team

Save the Dates for Team Facilitator Training 2.0!

The role of the MDT facilitator can be incredibly rewarding, but not without its challenges. A skilled team facilitator can enhance team relationships, navigate team conflict, and create a team culture that promotes inclusion and safety. All the while, enhancing the coordinated response to child abuse in the community. The NRCAC believes that the professional development of those in the role of team facilitator is crucial to the overall functioning of the MDT.

Team Facilitator Training 2.0 is designed for team members responsible for facilitating MDT meetings, as well as ongoing team coordination and communication.

Utilizing both theoretical and experiential learning during this 3-month commitment, participants will learn:

  • Role of the team facilitator
  • Learning styles and team needs
  • Building and sustaining a positive climate
  • Giving and receiving feedback
  • Conflict resolution
  • Developing resilience
This training is open to those who facilitate case review with CACs/MDTs in the Northeast
Region – Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island,
and Vermont.

Due to limited availability and high demand for this course, it is required that those who apply attend the training in its entirety. 

Monday, April 17, 2023

Orientation (virtual): June 28
Intensive #1 (in-person): July 18-20
Intensive #2 (in-person): Sept. 19-21

(2) Coaching calls (virtual) 
in between intensives

*Locations and training schedule is pending DOJ approval

If you have questions, please contact Tony DeVincenzo at
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