Document Tag: Competencies

Pennsylvania Child Welfare Competencies

This document provides examples of competencies and related behavioral indicators that are designed to reflect the knowledge and skills representative of excellence in child welfare practice.

CalSWEC Curriculum Competencies for Public Child Welfare in California

The Council of Social Work Education (CSWE) sets national standards for the identification and assessment of competencies in the education of social work students through the Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards (EPAS). This document details the competencies within EPAS for Title IV-E stipend recipients within California.

The Universe of Child Welfare Competencies (Ohio)

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.    

Learning, Leading, Changing and Making a Difference

The video provides an overview of the National Child Welfare Workforce Institute (NCWWI) through the perspectives of NCWWI’s diverse partnerships. It explains how NCWWI’s workforce development activities promote learning, leading and changing, as well as how NCWWI’s data-driven capacity building, education, and professional development prepares and supports the commitment of leaders to pursue excellence and …

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Performance Anchors for Case Carrying Protective Services Worker in Family and Children’s Services (San Francisco)

This document incorporates Child Welfare Core Practice behaviors into performance indicators within levels of proficiency based on staff tenure. These action oriented behavioral anchors set specific expectations, define performance at various proficiency levels of each competency and provide guidance to the workforce about what specific behaviors they are expected to practice to achieve incremental growth …

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Performance Anchors for Case Carrying Supervisor in Family and Children’s Services (San Francisco)

This document incorporates Child Welfare Core Practice behaviors into performance indicators within levels of proficiency based on supervisor’s tenure. These action oriented behavioral anchors set specific expectations, define performance at various proficiency levels of each competency and provide guidance to the workforce about what specific behaviors they are expected to practice to achieve incremental growth …

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Performance Anchors for Non-Case Carrying Protective Services Worker in Family and Children’s Services (San Francisco)

This document incorporates Child Welfare Core Practice behaviors into performance indicators within levels of proficiency based on staff tenure. These action oriented behavioral anchors set specific expectations, define performance at various proficiency levels of each competency and provide guidance to the workforce about what specific behaviors they are expected to practice to achieve incremental growth …

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Performance Anchors Non Case Carrying Supervisor Competency Clusters Final 12 22 15

This document incorporates Child Welfare Core Practice behaviors into performance indicators within levels of proficiency based on supervisor’s tenure. These action oriented behavioral anchors set specific expectations, define performance at various proficiency levels of each competency and provide guidance to the workforce about what specific behaviors they are expected to practice to achieve incremental growth …

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