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Introduction to Safety Organized Practice eLearning
Level: Advanced Practice
Intended Audience: This course is intended for line workers and supervisors
Description of Course: This one hour self-paced module introduces the elements of Safety Organized Practice, definition and how it relates to a social worker’s role in engaging families on safety, risk and protective capacities factors identified during the assessment and case planning phases of work with families.
- Identify the foundational concepts and components of Safety and Risk Assessment
and Case Planning Decision Tools (SDM or CAT), Family Engagement, and Trauma-informed practice
- Identify how these components are complementary to one another
- Describe how to use the models to build a holistic, child welfare practice framework centered around strong family engagement principles, an understanding of the impact of trauma, and grounded in evidence-based practices Identify at least 2 changes you will make toward implementing safety organized practice in your daily work
- Safety Organized Framework
- Definition of Safety
- Safety and an Organized Framework: Safety Organized Practice
- Engagement, Critical Thinking, and Enhancing Safety
- Conducting Balanced, Rigorous Assessments
- Solution-focused Inquiry and Safety Mapping
- Practices for Keeping the Child’s Voice in working with families
- Introduction to Trauma Informed Practice as it relates to Safety Organized Practice