2023 Schedule of AE Trainings
Our last two AE 101 workshops for 2023 will be October 24, 26, 31 & November 2 and November 7, 9, 14 & 16.
Training times are 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. each day and participants must attend all four days.
Both October and November workshops are SOLD OUT and the waitlists are FULL!
Information about 2024 training opportunities will be announced via the Assertive Engagement Newsletter, emailed the fourth Monday of the month. Subscribe now!
Video Module Series
We are currently developing self-paced video training modules to provide folks with flexible tools and a baseline understanding of the Assertive Engagement curriculum. After completing the video modules, participants will attend a virtual or in-person skills practice session. We will be providing more information in Winter 2023.
We are looking for new locations to host the 3-day in person AE trainings and hope to have more updates about this process by early 2024. Thank you for your continued understanding and patience.
To keep updated on all things AE please consider subscribing to the Assertive Engagement Newsletter. Training registration links are sent via the newsletter on the 4th Monday of the month.
Who are Assertive Engagement trainings for?
The Assertive Engagement Initiative is open to anyone in the community. However, because of the high demand for the AE 101 training, we are currently focused on agencies funded through the Department of County Human Service's Youth and Family Services Division, including:
- Anti-poverty and housing initiatives, such as the Multnomah Stability Initiative (MSI), SUN Service System (including SUN Community Schools, SUN Youth Advocacy, and SUN Parent Child Development Services), the Domestic and Sexual Violence Coordination Office, and the Preschool & Early Learning Division.
We also prioritize training for agencies contracted with the Joint Office of Homeless Services, including
- Homeless Youth Continuum, Homeless Family System of Care, and the Domestic Violence Programs, and the Adult System.
Contact us if your organization or agency is outside of this scope and we can talk about out how to work together.
How much does it cost to attend training?
AE trainings through Multnomah County are currently provided free of charge.
Occasionally, we present at conferences or as guests in training series, and our partners may charge a fee to offset their own costs.
What types of trainings are offered?
AE trainings are highly interactive and strive to build connections among participants as well as offering tools to use in the workplace.
AE 101 is a foundational 4-day training for those who work with clients, participants, youth, and/or families. AE 101 is also useful for those who work in management, office, or administrative roles (such as front desk staff or staff supervisors.)
AE for Supervisors and Managers is a 1-day training focused on using AE skills in supervision with staff. AE 101 training is a recommended prerequisite for this training.
AE Refresher is a 1-day training for those with previous training on AE to revisit skills and connect with one another. Additional refreshers can be scheduled upon request.
AE Community of Ongoing Practice (COOP) meets most months of the year to focus and deepen their understanding around core concepts embedded in the AE framework. Consider joining the AE Community of Ongoing Practice email list to get meeting reminders and updates for the COOP. If you have any trouble joining, contact AEinfo@multco.us and we'll get you added!
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