Title IV-E Project Coordinators

A group for Title IV-E Project Coordinators and administrative support at Universities throughout California to find and share resources professional learning resources related to the Title IV-E stipend program administered through CalSWEC.
4 members | 9 affiliated resources

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Field Model tutorial videos

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Videos to help social work schools understand and engage in the implementation of the Title IV-E Field Model, including use of the timeline tool, mutual partnership activities, field instructor recruitment & support, placement selection & process

Material Type: Interactive, Lecture

Self-Care for New Child Welfare Workers: Social Worker Safety, Stress Management, and Time Management (Version 2.0)

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Self-care for social workers is an essential skill that can prevent burn-out in a stressful field. This resource on self-care in child welfare work includes teaching materials on specific topics often problematic for new workers like time management, stress management, secondary trauma, and safety. Materials can be used to teach how stressful work experiences effect professional performance and well-being, and strategies for stress reduction. Resources includes a PowerPoint presentation and references. Materials were compiled for the California Common Core Curricula, an innovative training program for all new child welfare workers in the state.

Material Type: Assessment, Full Course

Structured Decision Making (SDM) and Critical Thinking in Child Welfare Assessment (Version 1.2)

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This interactive, standardized curriculum on Structured Decision Making (SDM) and Critical Thinking in Child Welfare Assessment is part of the California Common Core Curricula, an innovative training program designed for all new child welfare workers in the state. It offers new social workers training on how to use critical thinking and SDM tools to make decisions on referral acceptance, response time assignment, safety, risk, and prioritization of family strengths and needs. Includes all materials to offer this two day training like a PowerPoint presentation, Microsoft Word Trainer's and Trainee's guides, daily agenda, and tips for the trainer. Trainees will acquire knowledge through lecture and discussion, practice skills through use of SDM tools applied to realistic case scenarios, and demonstrate learning in pre/posttests.

Material Type: Full Course

Health Care Needs of Children in the Child Welfare System (Version 2.0)

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Children in child welfare have unique health care needs and social workers must be trained to identify and manage these needs. This interactive curriculum on healthcare needs of children in child welfare is the part of the California Common Core Curricula, an innovative training program designed for all new child welfare workers in the state. Topics covered include: preventative care, common health issues in child welfare, use of Health Passport, racial and ethnic health disparities. Includes materials to offer this half-day training like a PowerPoint presentation, Microsoft Word Trainer's and Trainee's guides, and tips for the trainer. Trainees will learn to identify and respond to health issues and apply skills with role plays and case scenarios.

Material Type: Full Course

Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) (Version 2.1)

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Three full, interactive curricula on the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) complied for the California Common Core Curricula, an innovative training program for all new child welfare workers in the state. Curricula and supplemental materials cover historical trauma and distrust experienced by Indian/Native American people; the historical, philosophical, and legal bases for the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA); the government-to-government relationship between sovereign Tribes and the U.S.; and the basic provisions of ICWA. Materials in curricula include PowerPoint presentations, lesson plans, vignettes, and activities like family tree creation exercise.

Material Type: Full Course