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Foundations for Managers in Child Welfare, LA DCFS: Module One

In-person, foundational training for Managers

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Foundations for Managers in Child Welfare, LA DCFS: Module Six – Strategic Thinking and Planning for the Manager

In-person, foundation training for Managers

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Foundations for Managers in Child Welfare, LA DCFS: Module Three– Strategies for Effective Organizational Communication

Level:           Advanced

Credits:        6

Intended Audience:  Assistant Regional Managers, Regional Managers, Division Chiefs’ or CSA II and CSA III

Description of Course: In Person

Intended Objectives:

  • Identify information as a management tool
  • Recognize the importance of translating the big picture and mandates to supervisors
  • Identify the components of a learning organization
  • List steps to managing up and across programs, regions and systems
  • Develop strategies for facilitating autonomous supervisors
  • Review stages of change in order to facilitate change
  • Identify strategies for organization and time management

 Competency:

Taking an Organizational Approach; Develops new insight into situations and applies innovative solutions to make organizational improvements; Designs and implements new or cutting-edge programs/processes

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Foundations for Managers in Child Welfare, LA DCFS: Module Two – Effective Relationships as a Manager

In-person, foundational training for Managers

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Helping Staff Integrate Cultural Humility Into Practice

In the population served by child welfare institutions across the country, workers must identify various resources to assist clients in achieving their best outcomes which frequently requires workers to set aside their own personal goals, values and beliefs

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INTEGRATING CULTURAL HUMILITY INTO PRACTICE: UNDERSTANDING ITS FOUNDATION

This highly interactive workshop begins with a focus on participant self-awareness of his/her own identity and its strengths, challenges and resources and then moves to the application of this awareness in working with clients, youth, children, colleagues and other community partners, using a framework of building blocks for a healthy cultural identity.

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INTRODUCTION TO THE CULTURAL RESPONSIVENESS ACADEMY (CRA)

The participants will get an overview of the CRA and the upcoming classes.

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Portraits of Professional CAREgivers: Their Passion, their Pain

Description of Course: Participants will view a screening of the film documentary “CAREgivers: Their passion, their pain”, which highlights, normalizes, and validates the pain associated with trauma work on the helping professional (first responders). Facilitated discussion will follow for reflection and applicability to the work we do. Identifying both the negative and positive impact of the work will be highlighted as well individual and organizational strategies to help cope with and manage secondary traumatic stress and compassion fatigue.

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Practices to Support the LA Core Practice Model Module 1: A Questioning Approach

The course provides an opportunity to develop skills that support engagement, cultural humility, and trauma informed approach to working with families by using appreciative inquiry and solution focused questions.

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Strategies to Support the LA Core Practice Model, Module One: A Questioning Approach

The course provides an opportunity to develop skills that support engagement, cultural humility, and trauma informed approach to working with families by using appreciative inquiry and solution focused questions.

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