Professionals serving military families are faced with so much information and services for military families! We sift through this information, and gather resources and experts to help you learn, share, and engage with other service providers to improve your practice and ultimately improve the lives of the service members and families you serve.
We offer certificates of completion and professional associations accreditations, such as NASW CEUs, Fincert, AFCPE, and others, for many of our FREE online learning events.
Here are some of the ways you can learn with us:
Attend an interactive webinar or watch a recorded webinar. Find upcoming MFLN webinars and RSVP to attend. Review each webinar event listing for specific information on registration, webinar links, certificates of completion/CE credits, and resources available to download.
Virtual Conferences & Events
Learn online with us and with colleagues in one of our Virtual Conferences or Virtual Learning Events, available live and in archived form.
Audio and Podcasts
Our concentration area teams offer podcasts on topics such as mindfulness, and military families in transitions, as well as interviews that explore how professionals can support military families during times of transitions, stress, and crisis. Get the inside scoop from experts, military families, and practitioners like you.
Read stories and experiences shared by other practitioners supporting military families. Listen to interviews with expert speakers and review key insights captured in webinar discussions.
Connect with the Military Families Learning Network to learn about the professional development topics the MFLN offers or explore specific areas of interest with one of our concentration area teams.
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