Growth Motivator Enterprises, Inc. (GME) a professional development company is primarily engaged in offering training and outreach services in the social services and family law industry. Training may be provided directly to individuals through public seminars or in-house training programs as well as programs for Juvenile Halls. The training provided by Growth Motivator Enterprises, Inc. may include the use of industry experts, trainers, presentations, mock exercises, real-world case scenarios and role play methods. Our passion is service. Our motto is “no excuses, no promises, just results.”Tamara L. Daniels, Executive Director
Effective Supervised Visitation Training©
for New and Current Providers
“A Certificate of Completion Program”
Are You Ready For A Fulfilling Part-Time Career?
Are you looking to create a part-time career and be a service to children? You might consider becoming a Professional Child Visitation Monitor.
Why Train With Us?
The public policy of the state of California is to protect the best interest of children whose parents have a custody or visitation matter in family court. Sometimes, based on issues of protection and safety, a judge will order that a child only have contact with a parent when a neutral third person is present during the visitation. This type of third-person visitation arrangement is often called “supervised visitation.”
Trainer is an associate member of The Los Angeles Bar Association * a member of Supervised Visitation Network (SVN) * Background Cleared * Listed with Orange County Family Court and Los Angeles Superior Court as a Provider * Bachelor of Science in Psychology * Studied at Pepperdine University, Counseling Psychology * Completed continuing education course in Domestic Violence * Attended California Rules of Court 5.20 training conducted by Administrative Office of The Courts (AOC) in partnership with the California Association of Supervised Visitation Service Providers (CASVSP). In compliance with Family Code 3200.5 and California Rules of Court 5.20.
**Training is LIVE, face-to-face classroom curriculum (online not recommended) *See Bio page for full background.
WIIFM (What’s In It For Me?):
- Certificate of Completion – Record of Attendance
- New Provider’s Training Manual
- Live Classroom Curriculum (online not recommended)
- Real-World Case Videos for enhanced learning
- New Client Documents Starter Kit
- 90 days post-training Support and Guidance
- New Case Referral or Monitor Registry Program (optional)
- Discounts on Tele-seminars, Conferences and Association Membership Dues
Training Fee: see full fees on ‘Registration’ page. CLICK REGISTER!
- EARLY BIRD special price $295.00 + $16 materials
- Standard rate $349.00 +$16 materials
- Supplemental Training 12-hr. rate (Current monitors ONLY) $199.00 +$16 materials
- Tele-seminar rate – $29.99 each/$75.00 Multi-pack of 3
Training Dates: Click REGISTER NOW button and fill out Form to Reserve Your Seat today!
- May 14th-16th (Early Bird ends 5/8/15)
- June 18th-20th (Early Bird ends 6/12/15)
*All NEW MONITOR Training days are (8) eight-hours per day, 9:00-6:00pm (Thur./Fri) 8:00-5:00pm (Sat).
Training consists of the following Modules:
- The role of a professional provider
- Family and juvenile law basics
- Child abuse reporting laws
- Developmental needs of children
- Issues relating to substance abuse, child abuse, sexual abuse and domestic violence
- Cultural sensitivity: working with families of various backgrounds, customs and traditions
- Working with the courts, parents and attorneys
- Conflict of interest
- Legal responsibilities and obligations of a provider
- Record-keeping procedures
- Screening, documentation, report writing and termination of visits
- Visitation role plays
- Marketing; business operations and obtaining clients for long-term success
How many people attend an average training class?
- The number of participants depends on the training need at that time.
- The Monitor Training classes must have a minimum (15) participants but no more than (25) to ensure effectiveness.
How do I receive a Certificate of Completion?
Certificates of Completion or Record of Attendance is given to each attendee eligible as follows:
All attendees must be present for and complete 24 hours of required modules set forth in the 2014 California Standards and Practices 5.20 and Family Code 3200.5 for Professional Supervised Visitation Providers in order to practice. NO EXCEPTIONS. ALL attendees receive certificates bearing total # of completed education hours.
* There are no refunds. Instead, registrants are welcome to transfer to an upcoming session or forward paid registration to another registrant within a 90 day period. A new registration form must be completed.