This report on the competency model summarizes the work of developing the model and includes a description of the Maine Child Welfare Training Institute, its training model, the procedures for developing a competency model, and the original Competency Model for Child Welfare Caseworkers.
Document Category: Performance Management
This webpage offers a comprehensive listing of all the competencies required for child welfare staff to do their jobs, which are the criteria used to assess individual training needs from which aggregate training needs for an agency, county, region, or the whole state are determined.
This report relates specifically to the competencies of supervisors in the public child welfare system with the long-term goal of developing a training system which begins with a competency assessment of prospective workers and includes a variety of competency based activities designed to promote the ongoing learning and professional development of providers at all levels …
This tool guide Human Resources Manager and other key HR staff become familiar with the Competency Model and the Competency Library which is critical to implementing the Workforce Planning (WFP), a hands-on tools and resources for human services agencies looking for solutions to workforce challenges.
This chart provides a detailed list of core knowledge, skill and attitude competencies for Child Welfare Workers in Maryland.
Understanding Job Requirements
This document provides a list and descriptions of the fundamentals of family-centered child protective services and related skill sets and core competencies.
This document offers a graph of all knowledge and skills related to assigned job tasks for social workers and social service specialists in the state of Washington.
This document provides a list of various topics specific to supervisor roles in child welfare and the related competencies and skill sets.