Webinars & Teleconferences
Webinars and teleconferences are among the most popular programs offered by the Alliance for Children and Families. These networking and knowledge development opportunities cover a wide range of topics.
Many webinars and teleconferences are provided to Alliance members at no charge. Fee-based offerings are available to both Alliance members and nonmembers, but are offered to members at a discounted rate.
In this webinar, participants will gain an understanding of what sex trafficking is and how to identify the signs of commercial sexual exploitation and trafficking. Participants also will be able to identify, assess, document, and serve the child victims they encounter regularly.
This webinar will tell the story of how Alliance member Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services chose performance excellence as a means of transforming their organization.
This is the second of two informational sessions about UNCA’s proposed organizational transformation from a membership association to a national center for civic engagement values and place-based impact.
Transformative change begins with creating a structure of civic engagement. In this webinar, participants will hear from Phase I pilot organizations of the Civic Engagement Measurement System tool about the best practices and tools for creating an infrastructure for civic engagement.
This webinar will discuss the creation, implementation, and operation of Alliance member Bridge Meadows' multigenerational community. Lessons learned and visions for the future will also be discussed.
In this webinar, participants will learn how to network, customize, challenge, and delegate young professionals to build a network within their own peers and the community for your organization.
Webinar participants will hear from organizations that participated in the first phase of the Civic Engagement Measurement System Benchmarking project. They will share best practices and tools for training and engaging boards in civic engagement.
In this webinar, participants will learn about the Basic Economic Security Tables™ and Elder Economic Security Standard™ Index and how they can be used to help policy makers, advocates, and service providers promote the economic well-being of older adults and their families.
During this webinar, participants will learn cost-effective techniques and strategies for collecting and using development metrics.