Class Details

Title: Introduction to Child Welfare/Foundation of Signs of Safety
Trainers: Policy and Training Team
Date/Time: September 23, 2014 9am - 4pm
Hours: 6 Hrs

Intended Audience: OCFS Staff

The Office of Child and Family Services (OCFS) Practice Model and the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Guiding Principles provide the framework for the introductory day. The purpose of new worker training, and the roles of trainees and trainers are reviewed. Caseworkers are introduced to DHHS Guiding Principles, OCFS Child Welfare Policy and Practice Model and the importance of connecting these to caseworker practice. They are also introduced to the four components of the Practice Model Implementation Initiative and the case flow continuum as well. The practice of Signs of Safety is introduced starting with the four components that build the foundation of the Signs of Safety. These components are honoring, strength based, questioning approaches and safety organized practice.

City: Augusta
Class ID: CW509 (Reference id: 624906)
Maximum attendance:5
Current class status:
Restrictions: ocfs

*Enrolled Students

IDStudentAgencyService Code
624920 Osolinski, Anne Community Care 7 Child Welfare
624935 Ring, Megan Community Care 7 Child Welfare
625125 Jamie, Brooks The Opportunity Alliance-CPPC 7 Child Welfare
625732 Mallock, Christina Families United 7 Child Welfare
628157 McAllian, Chelsea Community Care 7 Child Welfare

*Waitlist Students

IDStudentAgencyService Code
627180 Kuun, Rosemary DHHS/OCFS- Intern 7 Child Welfare
627227 Quintana, Jennifer OCFS/Intern 7 Child Welfare

(You will be contacted if an opening is available)

*Cancelled Students

IDStudentAgencyService Code
624931 Alfred, Abigail T Opportunity Alliance- CPPC 7 Child Welfare