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Measuring Outcomes in Child Welfare – Imperial County

Level: Advanced Practice

Credits: 3

Intended Audience: This course is intended for child welfare social workers, supervisors and managers

Description of Course: This class will review Imperial County’s current Child Welfare Performance Indicators. Participants will gain knowledge and understanding of how Imperial County’s data compares to comparable counties. Participants will have opportunities to formulate questions for future data analysis. Participants will leave class with ideas for research questions and will be able to identify data reports that will be helpful in improving outcomes.

Intended Objectives:

  • Promote critical thinking to improve referral outcomes using county data
  • Increase comfort level with data
  • Understand what questions to ask to get data needed
  • Identify what data is currently being used
  • Identify what data (reports) need to be created

Topics Include:

  • Review of SIP
  • Review of CWS Systems Outcome Summary
  • Identify outcomes that are doing well
  • Identify outcomes that need improvement
  • Develop questions for deeper analysis of data
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