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                          Welcome to

                    New England Training Associates



This site is for those interested in professional training and consultation utilizing

Best Practices and Restorative Practices,

servicing children and families by the following providers:


            Residential Treatment  

       Group Homes

       Day Treatment

       Foster Care

            Community Programs 

       Public Schools

       Special Schools

       Charter Schools

       Law Enforcement


                                                                  Safety Training Include:

                                                                                       First Aid-CPR/AED                  

                                                                                       Bloodborne Pathogens

                                                                                       Red Cross Professional Rescuer

                                                                                       BLS - Basic Life Support

                                                                                       Child and Babysitting Safety

                                                                                       De-escalation - Physical Restraints


 Training at both public settings and private on-site in-service

Specializing:   In the behavioral and emotional challenges encountered by those dedicated and skilled

                            professionals working in difficult human service and educational settings.

Relational:   Training programs based on best practices, neuroscience, and observable evidence. To 

                             train the direct child or youth care practitioner, clinician, teacher, special educator, and

                             community worker to comprehend underlying behavioral issues stemming from neglect                                   and abuse. Understanding the causes of trauma and its outcomes, types of attachment,                                  and aggression issues that affect social relationships on all levels so as to implement    

                             healing and restorative practice.   

Mission:        Strength-based practical, ready-to-use training. 


Helping:            Troubled and troubling youth and their families.


Skills:                 For the following:

                                   Child/Youth Care Practitioners

                                   Direct Care Providers



                                   Special Educators

                                   Community Workers 

                                   Foster Caregivers   

                                   Parent Support Mentors

                                   Law Enforcement.

                                   Administrators/Program Managers/Supervisors



Solutions:              Helping you find the way to get it done.

Accreditation Standards:


        Agency training focused on new and senior staff orientation, as well as ongoing education and development, which is 

        based upon regulatory/accreditation requirements to support competency-based performance at all levels of the    

        organization.  National certifications, CEUs, and professional development credits are offered on selected trainings.


Best practices and standards recommended by:

  • Child and Youth Care Certification Board (CYCCB)

  • Association of Child and Youth Care Practice (ACYCP)

  • International Leadership Coalition for Professional Child and Youth Care      

  • Child and Youth Care Worker Certification Institute

  • Academy for Competent Youth Care Work

  • Rhode Island Council of Resource Providers (RICORP)

  • Rhode Island Center for Early Learning Professionals

  • American Health Safety Institute (ASHI)

  • Red Cross

  • Pyramid Media

  • Reclaiming Youth International (RYI)

  • Handle With Care (HWC)

  • CWLA



Certifications and CEUs are offered for several trainings. 


Gene Cavaliere CYC-P - Lead Trainer

Contact:  gene@neassoc

                                                              (401) 568-6412
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Healthy Children and Youth
First Aid Training
CPR Training
Gene Presenting Training
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