Document Tag: Webinar/Presentation

Empowering the Child Welfare Workforce and its Emerging Leaders

On September 28, 2021. a panel hosted by NCWWI and CWLA presented helpful steps that emerging leaders can take to promote their own growth and development of critical leadership skills in their existing position or program and share concrete ways organizations can support emerging leaders. The recording of the event is available here: https://vimeo.com/618222458

Three Branch ToolKit & Webinar

The Three Branch Toolkit and Webinar describe how a three-branch approach takes an intentional step back from governing as usual toward improving outcomes for children and families as a shared objective of all three branches of government. Each branch of state government plays an important role in establishing the framework for child welfare policy and …

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Coaching Webinar Series

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

Adapting Evidence-Based Programs in Child Welfare

This webinar explores how child welfare leaders and program developers can work together to adapt an evidence-based approach to the specific needs of a state — and further hone the approach as it moves to another jurisdiction. 

MSW Traineeship Programs: Legacies & Lessons Learned

This document provides recommendations based on successful innovations and strategies that were common across NCWWI’s MSW traineeship programs which were developed to support professional education for current or prospective child welfare practitioners in accredited MSW programs.

Dismantling Racial Inequity #2: Community Collaboration and Grassroots Effort

This webinar is the second session of “Dismantling Racial Inequity Through Child Welfare Systems Change” webinar series and highlights the partnership between Iowa Department of Human Services and Native American community representatives and their efforts to address the overrepresentation of Native American children in the Woodbury County child welfare system.

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