CAP Workshop Facilitator

Company Name:
Front Range Center for Assault Prevention
To assist in the facilitation of assault prevention education workshops at local preschool, elementary, middle and high schools across the Front Range of Colorado.
Time Commitment:Up to 25 hours per week available; minimum one-year commitment
Major responsibilities:
To co-facilitate childrens workshops in the schools with FRCAP staff.
To portray the philosophy of FRCAP in all interactions with the population served.
To be a professional representative of FRCAP.
Participate in classroom role-plays and program facilitation.
Provide support to children who may disclose abuse.
Keep accurate records as required.
Complete other duties as assigned; attend functions, fundraisers and/or meetings.
Educational background/professional experience in related field required.
Successful completion of a criminal background check.
Desire and ability to work with children regardless of ethnicity or age.
Active and attentive listening, empathy, non-judgmental attitude.
Comfortable with public speaking and working in a classroom environment.
Knowledge of issues pertaining to child assault and prevention.
Knowledge of reporting child abuse and specific reporting laws in Colorado.
Professional demeanor and ability to represent the agency as an advocate for children.
Bi-lingual speaker a bonus but not required.
Successful interview with director.
Completion of a five day National Facilitator Training.

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