This training teaches the CornerHouse Forensic Interview Protocol™ a credible, reliable, developmentally flexible and non-traumatic forensic interview protocol. This custom training is specifically focused on interviewing vulnerable adults. Training methods include lecture and discussions, review of CornerHouse video-recorded interviews, and skill-building exercises. These courses are designed for teams of forensic interviewers, child protection workers, tribal social service investigators, law enforcement officers and prosecuting attorneys. Courses are outcome-based and include an exam upon completion.
- The CornerHouse Forensic Interview Protocol™ focusing on utilizing the protocol with Vulnerable Adults
- Foundations for Forensic Interviewing
- CornerHouse Guiding Principles
- A Multidisciplinary Team Approach
- Peer Review and Skill Development
- Vulnerable Adult Development and Abilities for the Forensic Interview
- The Experience and Disclosure of Abuse
Vulnerable Adult Forensic Interview Training is best suited for:
- Forensic interviewers; investigators from child/adult protection, tribal social services, and law enforcement; and prosecuting attorneys
- Multidisciplinary Investigative Team
- Professionals who want to stay up-to-date on the most current forensic interview best practices.
- Communities that want all of their multidisciplinary team members to attend training together to improve their coordinated response to Vulnerable Adult abuse and neglect.
Benefits of On-site Training include:
- Training conducted for your learners at your location.
- When host agencies have seven or more individuals they want to attend, the on-site option is less expensive than attending Vulnerable Adult Forensic Interview Training in Minneapolis.
- This training is tailored to meet the needs of your Multidisciplinary Teams, including community needs, team building, and enhanced coordination.
Details of On-Site Vulnerable Adult Forensic Interview Training
- 3.5 day training conducted at your location.
- 4 hours of online learning that must be completed prior to the on-site training.
- An agency representative must enter into a contractual agreement for the training and associated expenses including the trainer’s travel, lodging, meals, and other expenses.