Q: How do I become a self-employed independent professional visitation monitor? A: Take the first simple step and complete the mandated 3-day course. Click HERE to register.
Q: Can I complete the mandated monitor training course with California Family Visitation in San Diego and still work in another county? A: Yes. You will be recognized as a professional working under state regulations. Therefore, you have the flexibility to work in any county within state of California!
Q: How many hours per week does a monitor work? A: This depends on every individual's schedule. In this high demand field, you can flexibly work as many hours as your personal/professional schedule will allow. This may also be based on the max amount of hours or a set schedule of a family's court order.
Q: Is this a job I can do at a retiree age (65+ years of age)? A: Without a doubt! We've seen countless retirees benefit from this field. Some may wonder about the physical demands this position may have. However, you have the choice on where to go and what activities will be taking place. Remember, your safety also matters.
Q: Where do the supervised visits / safe exchanges occur? A: It's best to provide services in a public location such as the beach, library, park, etc. Unless otherwise ordered by the court.
Q: I have physical limitations. Do I have to go to all the places a parent requests? A: No. You have control over the service you offer. This includes places and activities you agree and or disagree to.
Q: Where does the hiring come into the career? A: Great question! After you've completed our course, you'll submit your contact information to family court. Then, the courts will distribute your information to the parents who are in need of your services. Details of how to submit your information to the court will be thoroughly discussed during the course.
Call the San Diego County Domestic Violence 24-hour hotline 1-888-DVLINKS (385-4657) for emergency assistance or ongoing needs.
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