Join the National Indian Child Welfare Association’s upcoming training in Enhancing Basic Skills for Tribal/First Nations Child Welfare Workers.
This training is geared toward tribal/first nations child welfare workers who want to improve on their basic skills. The training will strengthen the workers’ capacity to work with children and families by developing effective interviewing skills, assessment, service planning, case planning, and service coordination. Participants will learn the essential elements for successfully working with substance-abusing families in child welfare. Following these core practice skills, the participants will learn about writing effective court reports; the basic values, principles, and standards for child and family-centered practices; and case records and documentation.