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  • Caregivers
$0.00
This 3-hour focused topic training for caregivers will identify and address the various types of drugs used during pregnancy; the impacts those drugs have on the Infant, toddler, and school-age child; and recognize the effects of prenatal drug exposure so caregivers can be proactive in their care and guidance of the children in their care. 
  • Caregivers
$0.00
This 3-hour focused topic training for caregivers provides an in-depth exploration of Drug Impacted Infants and Toddlers. The training focuses on how to identify and address the impacts drugs have on infants and toddlers; how to recognize symptoms; set up a successful environment and work together with the team in providing care for the child. Caregivers will leave this training feeling empowered to care for a drug impacted Infant as they grow through infancy, toddlerhood, and preschool. 
$0.00
This series of courses for caregivers teaches the Positive Discipline model. The first course, Introduction to Positive Discipline, teaches the foundational concepts of the model and is required before taking any of the other six courses. After this first course is taken, the remaining modules may be taken in any order.
  • Caregivers
  • Kinship Caregivers
  • English
  • Support Groups
  • 2.00 Participation
$0.00
Welcoming a child into your home, even temporarily, means accepting and affirming their whole selves. When a child has a different racial, ethnic, or cultural background than yours, it can be challenging to know the best ways to properly care for their unique physical, spiritual, and cultural needs.  
  • Social Worker
  • English
  • 12.00 Participation
$0.00
This two-day in-service training will prepare new Family Voluntary Services (FVS) caseworkers and experienced FVS caseworkers who wish to improve their practice to engage parents and families from the point of transfer or case assignment. Participants will learn how to make the most of the first meeting and monthly visits with the parent in building a working relationship geared to reducing or mitigating safety threats and risk. Participants will be provided opportunity to improve the quality of case plans by linking services to behavior changes.
  • Supervisors
  • English
  • 3.00 Participation
$0.00
This class will provide opportunities for participants to utilize the various supervisory case review tools as well as reflective supervision to promote permanency, critical thinking and reflection when supervising staff. Ideally this session will be delivered to a combined group of CFWS and Adoption Supervisors to strengthen the connectedness between units and eliminate potential barriers to permanency. It is intended that this session and the materials presented will promote active participation and discussion in the context of real cases.
  • Social Worker
  • English
  • 0.50 Participation
$0.00
In this course, participants learn the policies, procedures and best practices for using interpreter and translation services when working with CA clients with limited English proficiency.  Participants learn how interpreter services assist in helping families achieve permanency by enhancing communication between families and the social worker.  Participants also learn how to appropriately and accurately document the use of interpreter and translation services for LEP clients in FamLink, as well as how to navigate the CA Intranet to identify LEP tools and resources in order to best meet the
  • Social Worker
  • English
  • 0.25 Participation
$0.00
This eLearning is not intended as a standalone course; it is part of Workforce Core training.The Child Welfare mission is to maintain or achieve safety, permanency, and developmental well-being of children and families. This eLearning will cover how federal and state laws define these three areas as key to child welfare practice and provide the structure and guidance to achieve these key elements.
  • Social Worker
$0.00
This eLearning is not intended as a standalone course; it is part of Workforce Core. This eLearning will orient participants to some of the worker safety threats that may occur in the child welfare context, including assaults, animal attacks, and environmental dangers.
  • Caregivers
  • English
  • 27.00 Participation
$0.00
Caregiver Core Training (CCT) is the mandatory training for Washington State’s caregivers to become licensed. Caregiver Core Training is taken Online.To use self-paced, online eLearning, please consider the general guidelines for Online trainings listed below, and then scroll down to Registration Instructions and click the link to start the Online course.

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