This tool kit is your opportunity to develop and practice your leadership skills so that you can positively impact children, families, and your community. A leadership development plan, built from a competency-based framework, and based on a self-assessment, will guide you in developing the critical leaderships skills necessary for success.
Document Category: Training
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 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.
Hosted by the Capacity Building Center for States, CapLEARN provides access to training, knowledge, and skills to build child welfare capacity through learning.
This newsletter-style publication discusses how to expand North Carolina’s training capacity through training partnerships, program improvement plans, and effective learning experiences. The publication also includes an at-a-glance table of all required trainings for North Carolina’s Child Welfare Supervisors and Direct Client Contact Professionals.
This tool consists of a 34-question assessment that can be used to assess the effectiveness of approaches intended to build knowledge and skills. The assessment focuses on seven assessment areas, including Management, Training Array, Infrastructure, Instructional Design, Trainer Management, Transfer of Learning, and Training Evaluation.
This guide provides task, assignments and learning objectives for each Oregon Child Welfare Core Training program area: Child Abuse and Neglect; Casework Practice; Child Development; Community; Court and Legal Issues; DHS; Your Office, and Paperwork; Engaging and Empowering Families; Family Connections; Law and Policies; Achieving Permanency; Placement Practice; Special Issues; Taking Care of Yourself; and …