Cobb Collaborative Training Opportunities
Cobb Collaborative is proud to offer no or low cost training opportunities in our initiative focus areas of mental health, literacy and civic engagement to forward our mission of improving out comes for children and families.
Below is a listing of the types of training we offer through the Collaborative or our trusted partners. Within each section is a link for each training type for more information within each area. A general training events information request link can be found below the list of trainings available.
The Basics Cobb County Workshops & Training Opportunities
The Basics Cobb County is Cobb Collaborative's Birth-5 programming that aims to provide fun, simple, and powerful strategies to help every child reach their full potential. The Basics Vision is a Cobb where infants, toddlers, and preschoolers of all racial/ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds are on track to achieve their full potential–having benefited from early experiences that foster healthy brain development, learning, joy, and resilience. Please click here for more information on The Basics Cobb County workshops and training opportunities.
Mind Your Mind Mental Health Training Opportunities
Mental health is one of the Cobb Collaborative’s main strategic initiatives to improve outcomes for all people and families in our community. Our Mind Your Mind mental health initiative exists to raise awareness, promote resiliency and reduce stigma around mental health.
Cobb Collaborative is pleased to offer a variety of Mind Your Mind mental health training events for our Collaborative members and the community. Please click here to visit our MYM Training Opportunities page.
Prevent Child Abuse Cobb Training Opportunities
Cobb Collaborative leads the Prevent Child Abuse Georgia (PCA Georgia) local council for Cobb County. Cobb Collaborative educates, engages, and empowers local people and organizations to improve outcomes for children and families in Cobb County. In this role as Prevent Child Abuse Cobb, the Collaborative will continue work within our programming to bolster child abuse and neglect prevention efforts and awareness in the community. Please click here to visit our PCA Cobb Training Opportunities page.
Child Welfare Training Collaborative
We are pleased to offer no cost training opportunities in partnership with the Georgia State University Child Welfare Training Collaborative. Trainings offered include, Brain 101/Trauma 101, Differences are Good, Recognizing and Managing Secondary Traumatic Stress (STS), Psychological Safety: A Pathway to Resilience, and Trauma to Resilience: Strategies to Support Children’s Well-Being.
Please visit our Events web page for class offerings, CEU information and registration links.
Cobb Collaborative Partner Training Opportunities
The VISION of the Cobb Collaborative is "Cobb County partners working together to create opportunities for all people to thrive." We are honored to have over 120 Members in our Collaborative network as well as a host of other partners in the metro Atlanta community.
Connecting Cobb Veterans
American Veterans are a tragically underserved community. They’re more likely to suffer from mental health conditions, experience homelessness, and be unemployed. Connecting Cobb Veterans serves Veterans in need in our community. We partner with veteran-serving organizations and citizens at the federal, regional, state, and local levels from a variety of sectors—nonprofit, government, higher education, faith, civic, judicial, and more. Contact CCV Program Director, Dan Valentine, via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to request a Connecting Cobb Veterans presentation.
Want more information regarding our Cobb Collaborative training opportunities? Please click here to visit our Cobb Collaborative Training Opportunities Interest Form page and submit our online request form.