This document contains the feedback and recommendations from participants of the November 17, 2020, NCWWI Innovations Exchange on Education and Professional Development.
Document Category: Education/Professional Development
This document lists strategies to support transition to work and the long-term retention of traineeship graduates.
This resource list identifies organizations that offer training activities with defined learning objectives that may include a range of modalities, such as self-paced eLearnings, webinars, or videos. Offerings have been included if they can be credited to a staff’s learning portfolio by receiving proof of participation through a training certificate or continuing education unit (CEU), …
This document lists 10 icebreakers that can be used during virutal training.
This document provides an overview of the University of Utah’s Virtual Social Work Trainer, including information on how to use it in teaching, training and other learning environments.
The Case Management Supervision and Coaching Training Package was created to increase case management supervisors’ confidence, capacity and support to caseworkers to provide safe, ethical and competent case management services to vulnerable children and their families. It includes a curriculum and supporting materials that can be adapted for a local context.
A five-part webinar series to discuss and share the positive impacts of coaching in human services hosted by the Northern California Training Academy at UC Davis
The Alabama Higher Education Consortium on Child Welfare hopes these cases will be used to enhance both social work education/training and child welfare social work practice in Alabama.
This webinar is about innovative ways Strengthening Families training is being provided around the country, including discussion on online training modules for child welfare system of care workers in West Virginia and online learning activities from the Prevention Board in Wisconsin.
The BCR Policy Guide is intended to assist organizations in becoming effective policy advocates and educators. It provides guidance to help identify and act on policy opportunities that will ultimately prevent and mitigate the Pair of ACEs and build community resilience to help children, families and communities thrive.