The FNQLHSSC offers a wide range of training courses addressing specific audiences and customized training specifically tailored to the needs of the clientele, with the objective of increasing the skills of interveners and strengthening the local autonomy.

Awareness of the community development approach
This workshop is for communities that wish to develop a project to mobilize their population and their different sectors and partners.
Best practices in intervening with a suicidal person
This training helps communities develop structured actions in suicide prevention based on proven practices.
Brindami (prosocial skills program)
This workshop is designed to support and promote the development of children’s everyday prosocial skills.
CHARLIE MODULE 1 - The legal and organizational context of social practice with troubled youth and their families
The training explores the laws governing intervention with troubled youth and their families.
CHARLIE MODULE 2 – Designing, preparing and implementing the intervention
This training challenges participants about the meaning of their intervention, their mandate and role.
CHARLIE MODULE 3 - The development of the child and adolescent (available in 2017)
The training enables participants to compare their understandings of different development theories.
CHARLIE MODULE 4 - Safety, at the heart of the intervener’s professional practice
The principle of the primacy of the intervener’s safety is the central focus of this training.
CHARLIE MODULE 5 - First-line intervention with at-risk youth
Through the lens of the ecosystem approach, participants understand the impact of professional relations on the quality of services offered to families.
CHARLIE MODULE 6 – Intervention in youth protection
This workshop presents the legal aspects of intervention in youth protection.
Capacity building: together, we can maximize our potential!
This training is designed to develop the capacities of interveners (knowledge, skills and attitudes)
Case management or “How can we provide optimal support to our families?”
This training helps to deepen the concepts of integration, coordination and continuity of services and case management.
Case management – Clients with loss of autonomy
This training covers the assessment, planning and coordination of care for clients with loss of autonomy.
Communication, an essential skill for providing accompaniment
This training on communication is designed to equip interveners to provide accompaniment, and to prevent and resolve conflicts.
Croqu'Plaisir training
These training modules address all relevant issues on the nutrition of children from 2 to 5 years of age.
Demystifying Ages and Stages Questionnaires (ASQ): a simple tool and easy to use! (developmental screening of children from 0-6 years)
This workshop is designed to provide a better understanding of the ASQ screening tool and experiment with its use.
Enabling future physicians of the four faculties of medicine to acquire cultural competencies with respect to realities experienced among Aboriginals
Information sessions are offered on the past and current health conditions of First Nations and Inuit.
Home visits: an effective way to reach families
This training allows participants to learn the concepts and skills needed for home visits that respect the community’s reality.
I-CLSC: SIC-PLUS, piloting and standardized reporting (accountability) modules
This training explores the different ways of using the I-CLSC system in the areas of health and social services in particular.
Impromptu report manager with an I-CLSC catalog (accountability)
This training explores the different possibilities available to a manager of impromptu reports.
Intervening in early childhood for the development of peaceful behaviours - Awareness session
This workshop raises awareness about the importance of intervening in early childhood to reduce violence and aggression in the communities.
Kirano (program to encourage the adoption of healthy lifestyles)
Kirano is training for interveners working to promote healthy lifestyles.
Management of aggressive behaviour in children from 0-6 years: understanding and observing for more effective intervention
This training enables the definition of the different steps to follow when dealing with aggressive behaviour of children from 0-6 years.
Managing change with the Macroscope method and IBM
This training provides support to communities for the deployment of an information management system for clinical and administrative needs.
Methodological workshop on health indicators
This training is an introduction to the surveillance of First Nations health status and its determinants.
Motivational interviewing
This training workshop helps give participants aide techniques, especially during individual interviews.
On the path to health! (School nutrition program)
This program is designed to educate children in elementary schools to healthy eating.
Parenting Skills – Facilitating a group
This training focuses on various aspects of preparing and facilitating group parenting skills workshops.
Planning educational activities
This workshop provides practical support for annual activity planning.
Post-training assistance to prevent, detect and counter elder abuse
Following training on elder abuse, support is available to assist participants in their initiatives.
Presentation of guidelines for establishing a special system of youth protection
This workshop presents the process that governs the conclusion of agreements under section 37.5 of the YPA.
Producing statistics with I-CLSC, standardized reporting (accountability)
This training explores the standardized reporting function of the I-CLSC system and addresses in depth both nominal and non-nominal reports.
Psychomotor workshop on the use of the Wiggle Box tool
This workshop reviews the sequences of child development from 0-6 years.
Sexual health in a context of consumpti