Relatively Speaking Course Calendar
All CWEP courses are online. Each class has an instructor to guide you. There is no requirement to be online at a specific time. You do need to get the weekly work done on time.
There are weekly assignments such as readings, videos, and participation in discussions. Each week consists of about 3 hours of work – for example, if a course is 1.2 CEU’s, it would be 12 hours of work broken up into 4 weeks, with approximately 3 hours of work a week.
To register for classes click here
For all FACES, COT, and RS Moodle classes log into https://community.granite.edu
username: the email address you registered with (all lower case). Please allow 48 hours for your registration to be processed.
password: click on the “forgotten username and password” button to create one.
If you are registered for a class, it will be available to you on the day the class begins (not before).
For instructions on how to use Moodle and what to expect next, click here Introduction to Moodle-Relatively-Speaking-2020
This course provides relative caregivers with an understanding of the range of emotions and circumstances that birth parents may be facing. The course examines the impact relative care has on the birth parent, including recognizing the effects of loss and grief. Participants will explore shared parenting techniques to enhance the parenting abilities of birth parents.... Read moreFind out more »
This course provides relative caregivers with knowledge and resources to create trusting and supportive relationships with children in their care. Topics include developing an understanding of bonding and attachment, as well as examining the impacts trauma has on children. Participants will also explore positive discipline techniques. Course Outcomes • Explore strategies for developing healthy attachments... Read moreFind out more »
This course focuses on the roles, relationships, and emotions associated with becoming a relative caregiver to a child. Topics include examining the stages of family development and relationships, identifying responsibilities of shared parenting, and developing skills that promote positive communication with birth parents. Course Outcomes • Identify the range of roles and relationships that caregivers... Read moreFind out more »