Reviews from seminars
"Excellent job! Great info. Presenter is very knowledgeable and professional"
"I learned things I hadn't known about human trafficking prior to this. I think overall ti was great! The instructor was open and passionate about the topic"
"It was all very informative. The examples/stories helped further explain. This was a lot of info, not sure if considered intro or intermediate. Would not have minded if this had been an 8 hour class."
Most enjoyed: "the knowledge of the instructor; review of how the brain is impacted by trauma and specific interventions to use."
About the Speaker
To say Amy Rouleau’s life has been boring would an understatement! Her love for life, family, friends, and God has made an indelible mark on those who have come to know and love her. Amy’s quick and witty sense of humor add vibrancy and movement to her stories. She will leave you in awe from the life she has overcome and inspired for the life she has created.
Amy is the Founder and Executive Director of Restoration Place (2012), a national nonprofit organization. She has earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration, both from the University of Michigan. She has been featured in an exclusive article in the well-respected My City Magazine of Flint, MI. Along with her numerous television appearances to give her expertise on combating human trafficking, Amy has given over 300 presentations and training sessions.
Speaking in public has not always been easy for Amy, but over time, she has become a solid, humorous, passionate, and inspiring speaker. Her passion for helping people use their strengths to build their lives and businesses, leaves her audience wanting and needing more.
P.O. BOX 37
SWARTZ CREEK, MI 48473
ADA Statement and Grievance Policy
Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act covers programs, activities and services of public entities. The ADA protects qualified individuals with disabilities from discrimination on the basis of disability. The law also requires public entities to inform persons with disabilities of their ADA rights.
Restoration Place will make every accommodation necessary to comply with ADA standards. This includes all activities where Restoration Place is the sole facilitator of events, training, and fundraising.
To request accommodation, or general questions regarding our ADA policy and practices, please contact us at email@example.com or 810-399-9713
Questions or Concerns
Grievances regarding any portion of this course, need to be submitted in writing to Amy Rouleau at firstname.lastname@example.org
Request for Accommodations
All facilities are wheelchair accessible.
If anyone is need of special accommodation to attend the seminar, please contact Amy, at least two weeks prior to the event date. 810-399-9713 or email@example.com
Human Trafficking Education Seminar (Live In-person)
Presented by Restoration Place
Seminars are 3 hours. We are able to offer 3 CE hours to all Michigan Social Workers, we are accredited through the Michigan Social Work Collaborative. Seminars are $59 per person if prepay, $69 at the door.
As of July 1, 2019, live in-person seminars will be 4 hours in duration (Continuing Education Credit Offered in Social Work: 4 CE Credits) and $69 prepay, $79 at the door.
Restoration Place has trained speakers ready to educate your team on how to identify and respond to human trafficking. We routinely educate professional groups; school employees, therapists, medical professionals, and many others. Each attendee receives a Certificate of Completion, signed by the Director of Restoration Place, as required by the State of Michigan to renew professional licenses. Social work professionals licensed in the State of Michigan will receive a certificate for 3 Continuing Education Credits, approved by Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative. All other medical, mental health, and education professionals can take their certificate and presentation notes to submit to their governing licensing board for CE appropriate to your profession. Training sessions can be held at your place of business or at designated facilities throughout the year.
You will come away with a greater understanding of what defines human trafficking, the many forms it takes, and what to do when spotted. Resource materials will be handed out during the presentation.
Please plan to arrive at least 15 minutes early for registration, payment, and refreshments.
Can't make it to our training location? No problem, we can come to you!!!
Training is open to the public.Pre-registration is appreciated, space is limited.
Please indicate in comments which training location you are registering.
Please call 810-399-9713 or email Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org
RULE 338.3901a Requires licensees to complete training in identifying victims of human trafficking beginning with the 2016 renewal cycle. This training requirement will need to be completed prior to the license renewal in 2018. Applicants who apply for a license on or after March 17, 2021 will be required to have completed training in identifying victims of human trafficking.
ACE Approval Statement
Restoration Place, #1720, is approved to offer social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program. Organizations, not individual courses, are approved as ACE providers. State and provincial regulatory boards have the final authority to determine whether an individual course may be accepted for continuing education credit. Restoration Place maintains responsibility for this course. ACE provider approval period: 06/14/2019 – 06/14/2020. Social workers participating in this course will receive 4 continuing education credits.
At the conclusion of the seminar you will know:
1: Differentiate the Federal definition of human trafficking from state and local; and from other crimes most often associated with human trafficking
2: Summarize what human trafficking looks like globally, nationally, state-wide, and locally
3: Identify warning signs and behaviors associated with traffickers, victims, and potential victims
4: Explain connections between human trafficking and early childhood sexual trauma, foster care, and homeless youth.
5: Apply knowledge in professional field; dentistry, medical, nursing, social work, counseling, psychology, psychiatry, pharmacy, physical therapy, education (K-12), case management, family therapy, law enforcement, and others.