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Coaching Skills for LA DCFS Mentors

Coaching for Mentors is a 3 hour course for those individuals who have been identified as mentors for new Child Social Workers coming out of Common Core for Los Angeles DCFS.

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Cultural Humility for Child Welfare Leaders

The purpose of this training is to engage participants in discussion and exercises aimed at integrating cultural intelligence, cultural humility and organizational leadership to better facilitate child & family safety, well-being and permanency planning.

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Cultural Humility and Connectivity

Trainees will explore how various forms of trauma impacts African American communities and how that connection looks in relationship to child abuse and neglect.

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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: MAINTAINING RIGOR WHEN PARTNERING WITH FAMILIES

Domestic violence can have an impact on the physical and emotional safety of the children and the functioning of the entire family. This hands-on training will engage participants in critical thinking about their practice when there is a perpetrator pattern of coercion, control and violence.

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DSM V for Social Workers

The course will address the changes from the DSM IV-TR to the DSM V and will utilize modalities such as video examples, social media examples, and news headlines. This course will offer practical interventions for a CPS social worker when dealing with clients with mental health issues and identified symptoms of mental health.

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FACILITATOR-LED SKILLS BASED T4T

This training will provide trainers with skills to move from being a content expert to facilitator of peer and adult learning in the classroom setting.

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Field Advisor Training

Field Advisor Training is a one-day training to ensure the foundational knowledge and skills are obtained for field advisors implementing core field activities.

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Field Advisor Training E-learning

This module is designed to provide field advisors in California with information about Common Core 3.0 Training, the California Core Practice Model, and the role field advisors play in supporting the transfer of learning for new social workers.

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Foundations for Managers in Child Welfare, LA DCFS: Module Five – Maintaining Self-Care While Balancing Priorities & Resources

In-person, foundational training for Managers

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Foundations for Managers in Child Welfare, LA DCFS: Module Four – Growing and Sustaining Effective Internal and External Teams

In-person, foundational training for Managers

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