Individual Skill Development for Supervision-Related Compliance Agreements
The Individual Skill Development for Supervision-Related Compliance Agreements session supports caregivers who are under DCYF Licensing Division Compliance Agreements for child/youth supervision issues. DCYF Licensing Division staff will typically refer caregivers to receive this session when Compliance Agreements are established for supervision concerns.
Caregivers will learn to identify and describe specific deficiencies as cited in the Compliance Agreement, demonstrate an understanding of the concerns to be addressed, and identify and build appropriate supervision strategies to mitigate areas of concern.
You will be able to develop a plan of action using appropriate supervision strategies to address the areas of concern and successfully complete the Compliance Agreement, demonstrate application and use of the action plan by describing changes made in their supervisory approach, and assess the effects of the plan of action -- what works, needs changing, and opportunities for other adjustments as needed.
Caregivers. Caregivers who are under DCYF Licensing Division Compliance Agreements for child/youth supervision issues.
No Social Work CEUs or STARS credits are available for this class at this time.
To request this skill development session, please contact: Linda Soltero at email@example.com. Requests can be made by DCYF or by caregivers.
The caregiver may self-refer to this session, which will likely involve at least two meetings. As needed, training may also include: a review of relevant Washington Administrative Codes (WACS); supervision strategies from Caregiver Core Training, “Caregiving for Children with Sexual Behavior Concerns” and “Caring for Children Who Have Experienced Trauma”, ages and stages of child development; recommended trainings to attend; and additional resources.