Going the Extra Mile
In Utah, each kinship family is required to participate in standardized training before becoming a licensed foster home. This is called “pre-service training” and comes in two parts: online video training—which is required—and classroom training—which is strongly encouraged.
During training, you’ll be introduced to skills that will help smooth the rough patches and speed the healing of a child in crisis—not to mention family ties and friendships.
Vital Information at Your Pace
There are several videos that are required for licensure. They’re divided into two courses. There are comprehensive quizzes for both Course 1 and Course 2.
Course 1: Principles & Perspectives
Watch the videos below, then take quiz 1.
Pro-tip: print out the quiz and mark your answers while watching the videos—then enter and submit your responses via the web.
- Child Development & Parenting Perspectives | 17 Min
- Culture & the Foster Family | 13 Min
- Working with Primary Families | 17 Min
- Trauma: A Compassion-driven Approach | 14 Min
- Self-care: What I Wish I had Known | 17 Min
- Effective Discipline: A Trauma-informed Approach | 23 Min
- ReMoved (Movie Short): On Grief, Loss, & Attachment | 13 Min
Course 2: Policies & Procedures
Watch the webinars below, then take quiz 2.
Pro-tip: print out the quiz and mark your answers while watching the webinars—then enter and submit your responses via the web.
- Fostering Healthy Children | 43 Min
- Office of Licensing Rule | 36 Min
- Division of Child & Family Services (DCFS) Practice Guidelines | 115 Min