Monitor Training Classes
Are You Interested in a Fulfilling New Career and Earn Extra Money?
Consider being a Professional Child Visitation Monitor. It is an excellent career opportunity or part-time job that is always in demand. Your services as a Professional Monitor, assures the custodial parent that the child’s physical and emotional safety is provided for, the child has contact with the non-custodial parent, and it gives the non-custodial parent the ability to have a positive relationship with their child. In the training, in accordance with the Uniform Standards of Practice 5.20, and Assembly Bill 1674. You will receive comprehensive instruction to enable you to become an Independent Professional Child Visitation Monitor or register with a Monitoring Agency. Professional Monitors can earn between $25.00 to $70.00 per hour.
Definition of a Professional Supervised Visitation Monitor:
Family Code section 3200 defines the term 'provider' as including any individual or supervised visitation center that monitors visitation. Supervised visitation is contact between a noncustodial party and one or more children in the presence of a neutral their person. As a Professional Monitor you would observe behavior with non-custodial with his or her child, in accordance with the 5.20 Standards of Practice, and Assembly Bill 1674.
Note: You must have the ability to have a clearance background check, and have not have a history of being monitored for a supervised visit.
NEW MONITORS ARE ALWAYS NEEDED: (Spanish Speaking Monitors Especially Needed)
Professional Child Visitation Monitor Training, and Advanced Continued Education Classes are taught by Shirley Douglass at various Community Education Programs. Check their websites for the ongoing scheduled classes:
Cerritos College Community Education (next class - 3/14/15)
El Camino College Community Education (next class - 2/21/15 and Advanced Monitor Class held on 2/28/15)
San Mateo College Community Education (next class - TBA 2015)
Glendale College Community Education (next class - TBA 2015)