Document Tag: Curricula/Training Material

Tribal sovereign status: Conceptualizing its integration into the social work curriculum

This banded dissertation contains three related products: a conceptual article, a research article, and the development of an original social work course. Together the products conceptualize, research, and envision how accredited social work programs can integrate tribal sovereign status relevant theories and concepts into curriculum to prepare social workers to collaborate and work with Indigenous …

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Quality Parenting Initiative Just In Time Training

Florida’s Just in Time Training is a web based service program designed to connect foster parents, kinship or other caregivers with training, peer experts and other resources. Questions are answered and practical solutions to care for children are discussed – all from the comfort of your home or office.

Case Management Supervision and Coaching Package

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.

Child Welfare Case Studies and Competencies

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.

CapLEARN

Hosted by the Capacity Building Center for States, CapLEARN provides access to training, knowledge, and skills to build child welfare capacity through learning.

Implicit Bias 101: Exploring Implicit Bias in Child Welfare

4 online modules covering the basics of implicit bias, implications in child welfare, self-reflection, and mitigating unwanted biases. The purpose of inSight is to provide child protection workers, supervisors, and managers with the knowledge and skills to address implicit racial bias in investigation and decision making processes.

Strengthening University/Agency Research Partnerships to Enhance Child Welfare Outcomes: A Toolkit for Building Research Partnerships

This document is designed to serve as a toolkit for developing child-welfare research capacities by setting the context within the current child welfare service delivery and social work research  environment; providing information on child welfare research funding streams and structures of child welfare research centers and partnerships; addressing opportunities and challenges faced by those interested …

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Using Publicly Available Data to Engage IV-E Students in Research and Statistics

This curriculum provides Title IV-E and others students interested in public child welfare systems with an overview of the state’s Child Welfare Outcomes and Accountability System. Organized into five teaching modules with student learning activities, PowerPoint slide presentations, and other materials to develop practical data analysis skills. Module objectives: (a) support understanding of California’s child …

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California BASW Student Competencies

This document provides BASW competencies linked to a common core of knowledge, values, and skills shared by public child welfare professionals throughout California. 

Cohort Effect: NCWWI 1-page Summary

This article reports findings from an evaluation of a university-based child welfare training program focusedon increasing the retention of knowledgeable, competent, and experienced child protective service workers.Students across three cohorts reported three critical elements were essential in their trajectory throughthe program and continued professional success.