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PLEASE NOTE: With this purchase you are applying to become certified as an Evidence-Based Associate. Successful completion of this self-paced online masterclass is required to earn certification. Certification is granted after all the requirements (shown below) have been met.Candidates have 90-days (from application date) within which to complete the requirements. The Evidence-Based Associate Certification (EBAC) is a structured curriculum of training and self-study credentialing procedure established to prepare individuals for a career in human, social and justice services. It also aids in the recruitment and retention of skilled and talented staff members who become part of a nationwide network of professionals devoted to improving their effectiveness and enhancing the performance of their agencies and organizations.
Candidates who complete the requirements are recognized as having earned their Evidence-Based Associate Certification (CEBA). They are recognized online in our community of evidence-based professionals on the EBP Society (ebpsociety.org) website.
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June E. Fisher, MSW, LSW, Principal, Dynamic Training Solutions
to professionals, children, youth, families and their communities. Ms. Fisher provides dynamic interactive live and web-based workshops for families, agencies and communities. Her knowledge and skills include working with human and social services teams and systems in the areas of intellectual disabilities, child welfare, trauma, mental health, and drug and alcohol.
Ms. Fisher is nationally recognized for her skills as a Certified Trainer and Curriculum Writer. In 2009 she was named “Trainer of the Year” by the Pennsylvania Child Welfare Training Program. She is also a Certified Federal and Child and Family Service Review (CFSR) Evaluator experienced with the mandated Federal outcomes and the program improvement plan (PIP) process.
She has been a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) in Cumberland County Pennsylvania since 2009.
Ms. Fisher works with the Pennsylvania Child Welfare Resource Center at the University of Pittsburgh and also serves as associate faculty member at Joyfields Institute for Professional Development.
Ms. Fisher earned her Bachelors of Social Work degree from Temple University and her Masters in Social Work at Widener University.
There are no pre-requisites. Participants are encouraged to review the following resources;
Participant, will be given the opportunity to develop: