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Training & Support for Child Welfare Supervisors - 2013 Project Update!
We have updated, and added to, the information in this research project. Please visit our Supervisor Training Project website for access to all of the materials.

Summer 2013 Issue of Child Welfare Matters (July 9, 2013)
The latest issue of our newsletter focuses on leading adaptively in child welfare. The issue highlights the concepts and tools of adaptive leadership, and describes how they are being used in New Mexico’s implementation of a child welfare practice model.  It provides a perspective on exercising adaptive leadership on the frontlines, and on using these concepts in CQI systems.  Read more....

Quarterly LIterature Reviews (Updated July 3, 2013)
The NRCOI quarterly literature reviews are a compilation of new sources relevant to child welfare organizational improvement.  The information captured is intended to present the general concepts of the work to help guide individuals toward current and relevant information.

October 1, 2012 - December 31, 2012 Literature Review
January 1, 2013 - March 31, 2013 Literature Review
April 1, 2013 - June 30, 2013 Literature Review

Stakeholder Collaboratives' Charters
The NRCOI helps jurisdictions forge better working partnerships with their child welfare stakeholders. We have also helped these jurisdictions develop and implement a charter, formally establishing a stakeholder collaborative. For more information see our new Stakeholder Collaboratives' Charters web page!

Announcing the 2013 Certificate Programs at the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform (February 21, 2013)

The Center for Juvenile Justice Reform at Georgetown University‘s Public Policy Institute is proud to announce its 2013 Certificate Programs. In addition to the weeklong certificate programs in multi-systems integration, CJJR now offers shorter certificate programs of intensive study in information sharing, youth in custody, and reducing racial and ethnic disparities in juvenile justice.

CJJR programs target public and private sector leaders working in the juvenile justice, child welfare, judiciary, behavioral health, education and other systems that serve youth in, or at-risk of becoming involved in, the juvenile justice system.

Certificate programs at CJJR take a multi-systems and multi-disciplinary approach to policies, programs, and practices that improve outcomes for this population -- including a focus on "crossover youth"--i.e. youth known to both the child welfare and juvenile justice systems.

Participants apply the knowledge they gain by completing a capstone project—a practical reform agenda they implement in their organization or community for positive change.

Applicants from the same jurisdiction should apply as teams to enhance cross systems change efforts after returning from the program. Individuals are also welcome in most programs.

Multi-System Integration Certificate Program
June 21-28, 2013 (applications due March 28, 2013)
October 23-30, 2013 (priority application deadline is March 28, 2013)

Reducing Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Juvenile Justice Certificate Program
September 23-27, 2013 (applications due April 23, 2013)

Youth in Custody Certificate Program
August 19-23, 2013 (applications due April 23, 2013)

Information Sharing Certificate Program
Fall 2013 dates to be announced soon.

Visit http://cjjr.georgetown.edu and click on “Certificate Programs” or email CJJR at jjreform@georgetown.edu to learn more.

New Publication from NRCOI: Guide for Developing and Implementing Child Welfare Practice Models
The National Child Welfare Resource Center for Organizational Improvement (NRCOI) is pleased to announce a new resource:  Guide for Developing and Implementing Child Welfare Practice Models.  The Guide offers an overall framework for developing, implementing, and/or strengthening a child welfare practice model; cites specific examples from the field; and provides additional information to help child welfare agencies and their partners make informed choices in selecting their approaches to this important work.  It provides guidance on developing a practice model and details steps to take through each stage of implementation, including a discussion of fourteen specific implementation drivers.  The Guide includes worksheets to help agencies articulate practice model principles, identify frontline practice skills, and assess readiness, and lists resources for ongoing support.

Trauma-Informed Child Welfare: A Two Part Webinar Series
Join us to hear from national experts and local leaders about designing and implementing trauma informed systems and services!

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Children's Bureau Express
The August 2012 CBX highlights the NRCOI Practice Model Peer Network and newsletter issue on Implementing Practice Models. Read the CBX article here!

Summer 2012 Issue of Child Welfare Matters (July 25, 2012)
The latest issue of our newsletter, Child Welfare Matters, focuses on coaching in child welfare. Read more...

We have also added a Coaching in Child Welfare Resources page!

Spring 2012 NRCOI Webinar Series (June 22, 2012)
Our Spring webinars series completed June 19th.  If you were unable to join us for these opportunities to learn and share experiences with colleagues around the country, you can view the recordings and/or handouts at your convenience!

New Leadership Training Module for Child Welfare Supervisors Now Online (April 5, 2012)
We are happy to share with you a wonderful learning opportunity for child welfare supervisors: the Leadership Academy for Supervisors (LAS).  There are now over 1,600 supervisors nationwide enrolled in the LAS experience!

All six courses in the core leadership program are online.  In addition, the National Child Welfare Workforce Institute has launched a new series called “Take the Lead”.  These are shorter, stand-alone modules open to all eligible supervisors whether or not you are enrolled in the core leadership program.  The first three modules - Recruitment Strategies, Screening and Selection Strategies and Diversity Leadership Strategies - are now available. For more informaton about the series and LAS, please visit the National Child Welfare Workforce Institute's website.

NCWWI's 3rd National Workforce Webinar - Supervision (March 5, 2012)
On Wednesday, March 21, 2012, from 3-4:15 PM ET, the NCWWI invites you to join "Improving Supervision by Collaboration, Transparency and Accountability: The Impact of Missouri's Supervision Advisory Committee (SAC)", the third session in What Works for the Workforce: Leadership Competencies in Action - A National Webinar Series on Leading Change to Strengthen the Child Welfare Workforce.

This webinar will showcase the activities of the Missouri Department of Social Services' Children’s Division in enhancing and supporting effective supervision of frontline child welfare staff. Participants will hear about the action steps and strategies taken to organize, develop and sustain the Supervision Advisory Committee (SAC), which uses a participatory design process to address supervisor recruitment, training and professional development; supervisor support; casework/clinical supervision; administrative/management supervision; and the supervisory role in the agency and community. Presenters will provide information about the committee's charter, strategic plan, and improvement efforts, as well as the group's major outcomes and accomplishments over the last five years. Presenters will offer lessons learned and tips to help other agencies operationalize similar supervisory improvement efforts, as well as highlight the leadership skills and competencies necessary to sustain this multi-faceted initiative over time. Presenters for this session include:

- Susan Savage, MSW, Deputy Director for the Missouri Department of Social Services' Children’s Division, has been with the Division for more than 16 years. Susan has served in a variety of frontline and managerial child welfare positions over the years. While pursuing her Masters Degree in Social Work at the University of Missouri, Susan’s primary focus was on staff recruitment and retention issues in child welfare. The program areas she currently oversees include Quality Assurance/Quality Improvement, SACWIS Development, Residential Licensing and other Interdepartmental Initiatives.

- Rebecca Porter, MSW, Management Analysis Specialist II, has 17 years of public child welfare experience. She was a child welfare worker and supervisor before being promoted to Central Office 12 years ago, where she is currently positioned within the Quality Assurance Unit and leads Missouri's efforts in the CFSR process. She has considerable experience collaborating with both internal staff and external partners to create and implement a shared vision for effective child welfare practice.

- Nancy McDaniel, MPA, Director of Consultation & Capacity Building at the Butler Institute for Families, University of Denver, leads NCWWI's Knowledge Assessment & Management (KAM) team. She has worked in the field of human services for more than 25 years, and has extensive experience in technical assistance, consultation, training, program evaluation and policy analysis in child welfare. Ms. McDaniel also works with the Mountains and Plains Child Welfare Implementation Center team, a federally-funded Regional Center providing long-term support for state and tribal agencies to implement and sustain systemic changes.
This webinar is free and open to all, so please share this information with your colleagues and networks.

REGISTER NOW

Please visit http://www.ncwwi.org/eventsopportunities.html for information about the series, or contact Sara Munson, National Dissemination Coordinator, for further assistance. We look forward to having you join us for this and future national learning opportunities.

Applications Due Soon for Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare: Multi-System Integration Certificate Program (June 22, 2012)
The application deadline for the 2012 Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare: Multi-System Integration Certificate Program for Private Sector Leaders is July 17, 2012. The program, hosted by the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform at Georgetown University‘s Public Policy Institute, is a week-long period of intensive study designed for organization leaders working with youth known to the juvenile justice and child welfare systems—youth commonly referred to as “crossover youth.” The program is designed for those who want to improve outcomes for crossover youth by improving their own organization's performance and services and by better partnering with public agencies on service delivery and systems improvement. The program utilizes a multi-systems and multi-disciplinary approach in focusing on policies, programs and practices that improve outcomes for this population. Upon completion of the week-long program, participants apply the knowledge they gain via a Capstone Project—a plan for organization and systems improvement they implement in their organization/ community to make a positive impact on the lives of crossover youth. In order to enhance the possibility of implementing cross systems change after returning from the program, applicants from the same organization are encouraged to apply as “mini-teams."

Certificate Program for Public Sector Leaders:
October 10-17, 2012 (priority application deadline is March 22, 2012)

Certificate Program for Private Sector Leaders:
November 7-14, 2012 (applications due by July 17, 2012)

For more information and to apply, please visit http://cjjr.georgetown.edu and click on “Certificate Programs” or email CJJR at jjreform@georgetown.edu.

NCWWI's Leadership Academy for Supervisors announces an exciting new way for supervisors to complete the LAS! (December 22, 2011)
Beginning in January 2012, supervisors who enroll in the LAS can join a national cohort to move through the core curriculum together.

If you....

    - Prefer the extra support of working in a group rather than on your own
    - Enjoy hearing what your peers are doing across the country
    - Value the opportunity to share your experiences while learning from the experiences of others
    - Want certificates of completion or Continuing Education Credits (CEUs)

    ...then consider enrolling in a LAS Cohort! 

    How does it work?
    Once enrolled, you will be assigned to a small group of your peers so that you can move through the six core modules at the same time.  Your group will be given 6 weeks to complete one online core module.  At the end of the six weeks, you will meet with your cohort via a live, facilitated webinar (called "Leadership Academy for Supervisors Learning Network " or LASLN) to talk about your learning and share your stories.  Your group will then move on as a cohort to the next module and the next webinar.  

    The use of cohorts allows you to build relationships with your peers and brings continuity to the follow-up webinars.  You will alsobe given online tools to interact with your cohort partners between webinars if you choose to do so. 

    At the end of the 9 month period, your cohort will graduate together! You will also receive a certificate of completion and be eligible to apply for CEU’s.

    How can I enroll?
    If you are interested in joining the first cohort, beginning January 20th, click here to enroll.

    If you’re interested in joining a cohort at a later date, click here to place your name on our mailing list.

    (Of course, if you’d prefer to go through the course at your own pace and not join a cohort, that option is still available, but LASLN’s won't be available outside of the cohorts, and without LASLN’s you will not be able to qualify for a certificate or CEUs.)

    H.R. 2883, the Child and Family Services Improvement and Innovation Act (Reposted on September 29, 2011 from NRCPFC)
    H.R. 2883, the Child and Family Services Improvement and Innovation Act, reauthorizing title IV-B of the Social Security Act, has passed both the House and Senate.  The House passed the legislation on September 21, and the Senate passed the same legislation on September 22.  The legislation extends programs funded under title IV-B of the Social Security Act through fiscal year 2016, adds new State plan requirements, revises the monthly caseworker visit standards, makes changes to the court improvement program, and adds a new subpart 3 to title IV-B, Data Standardization for Improved Data Matching, which requires HHS to regulate standard data elements for information that agencies are required to report under title IV-B. The legislation also authorizes new title IV-E demonstration projects through FY 2014. Amendments to title IV-B subparts 1 and 2 and title IV-E are effective October 1, 2011, and title IV-B subpart 3 is effective October 1, 2012.  Amendments authorizing new title IV-E demonstration projects are effective upon signature. Read the text of the Bill here.

    Fall 2011 Webinars/Teleconferences Announced (September 13, 2011)
    Our Fall webinars have been announced.  Please join us for these opportunities to learn and share experiences with colleagues around the country. Register today!

    Summer/Fall 2011 Issue of Child Welfare Matters (September 13, 2011)
    The latest issue of our newsletter, Child Welfare Matters, focuses on implementing practice models. Read more...

    Free National Webinar from NCWWI on Leadership Change Initiatives (August 16, 2011)
    On Wednesday, September 21, 2011, from 3-4 PM EDT, the National Child Welfare Workforce Institute (NCWWI) invites you to join us for "ChildStat: Leading Systems-level Improvements Based on Case-level Experiences", the first session in What Works for the Workforce: Leadership Competencies in Action - A National Webinar Series on Leading Change to Strengthen the Child Welfare Workforce.

    ChildStat is a creative, data-driven, systemic leadership initiative implemented in 2006 by New York City's Administration for Children's Services (NYC ACS) as a weekly forum for executive and middle management, through an in-depth examination of specific data indicators and randomly selected cases, to engage in frank dialogue and team problem-solving about urgent issues impacting frontline practice and the system as a whole. This webinar will showcase the development, implementation and outcomes of ChildStat, as well as offer lessons learned, tips for agencies, and the leadership skills and competencies necessary to sustain it over time.

    This webinar is free and open to all, so please share this information with your colleagues and networks. REGISTER NOW!

    Please visit NCWWI for information about the series, or contact Sara Munson, NCWWI National Dissemination Coordinator, for further assistance.

    New Leadership Training Module for Child Welfare Supervisors Now Online (July 18, 2011)
    We are happy to share with you a wonderful learning opportunity for child welfare supervisors: the Leadership Academy for Supervisors (LAS). There are now over 1,200 supervisors nationwide enrolled in the LAS experience!

    All six courses in the core leadership program are online. In addition, the National Child Welfare Workforce Institute (NCWWI) has launched a new series called “Take the Lead”. These are shorter, stand-alone modules open to all eligible supervisors whether or not you are enrolled in the core leadership program. The first two modules -- Recruitment Strategies and Screening and Selection Strategies – are now available.

    Please visit the NCWWI website for more information at www.ncwwi.org.

    Georgetown University Offers a Certificate Program for Private Sector Leaders to Improve Outcomes for Children and Youth Involved in the Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice Systems (May 20, 2011)
    The Center for Juvenile Justice Reform at Georgetown University‘s Public Policy Institute has announced the 2011 Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare: Multi-System Integration Certificate Program for Private Sector Leaders. This is a weeklong program of intensive study that focuses on policies, programs and practices related to crossover youth (children and youth who are known to multiple systems of care, particularly juvenile justice and child welfare). The purpose of the Certificate Program for Private Sector Leaders is to bring together current and future leaders in private organizations to increase their knowledge about multi-system reform efforts related to crossover youth, improve the operation of their organizations in serving this population, provide an opportunity for the development of collaborative leadership skills, and create a mutually supportive network of individuals across the country committed to systems improvement.

    Participants will attend a weeklong program in Washington, DC where they will be taught by expert faculty on topics including leadership development, multi-system approaches, developing and maintaining partnerships with public agencies, and more. After the program, participants will develop a Capstone Project to initiate organizational change and/or systems improvement upon their return home. The program is geared toward service providers that work with youth known to the juvenile justice and child welfare systems, as well as advocates, academicians, foundation staff and others whose work is closely related to improving service delivery for this population and relationships between the private and public sectors. In order to enhance the possibility of implementing cross systems change after returning from the program, applicants from the same organization are encouraged to apply as “mini-teams.”

    Certificate Program for Private Sector Leaders
    November 2-8, 2011
    Georgetown University
    Washington, DC
    Application Due: July 27, 2011

    For more information and to apply, please visit http://cjjr.georgetown.edu and click on “Certificate Programs”
    or email CJJR at jjreform@georgetown.edu.

    Welcome, Anne Comstock!
    We are proud to announce the hiring of NRCOI's newest staff member. Anne Comstock is an Associate Director at NRCOI and will provide leadership in the area of strategic planning. Learn more about Anne...

    April 12 Webinar Recording Available (April 15, 2011)
    If you missed our recent webinar, "Strategies to Support School Stability and Continuity: Part 2", you can view the recording at your convenience! All handouts for the session are available, too.

    March 15 Webinar Recording Available (March 17, 2011)
    If you missed our recent webinar, "Strategies to Support School Stability and Continuity: Part 1", you can view the recording at your convenience! All handouts for the session are available, too.

    National Child Welfare Evaluation Summit (March 8, 2011)
    The purpose of the 2011 National Child Welfare Evaluation Summit is to engage participants in dynamic conversations about how to build and disseminate evidence on effective child welfare services, programs, and policies; strengthen evaluation practice in child welfare; and promote the use of findings for sound decision-making in child welfare programs and systems. Visit the Summit's website for details.

    Complete core curriculum for child welfare supervisors now online (March 1, 2011)
    We are happy to share with you a wonderful learning opportunity for child welfare supervisors: the Leadership Academy for Supervisors (LAS).   There are now over 800 supervisors nationwide who enrolled in the LAS experience!

    Based on feedback during the 2009 introductory year, the LAS updated the first three courses to make them more user-friendly. The National Child Welfare Workforce Institute (NCWWI) has just added the sixth and final course, Leading Change, in the LAS core curriculum.

    This is a unique professional development opportunity to enhance leadership skills and network with others through peer networking forums.  Certificates and/or CEU’s are available for those who complete the training requirements.

    Please visit the NCWWI website for more information at www.ncwwi.org.

    February 8, 2011 Webinar Recording
    If you missed our most recent webinar, "Collaborating with Courts to Reduce and Eliminate Disparities", you can view the recording at your convenience! All handouts for the webinar are available, as well.

    January 20, 2011 Webinar Recording
    If you missed our most recent webinar, "Leading Efforts to Identify and Address Disparities: A Response to Disproportionality", you can view the recording at your convenience! All handouts for the webinar are available, as well.

    New Resource! Advocating for the Educational Needs of Children in Out of Home Care (January 31, 2011)
    The Cutler Institute for Health and Social Policy developed a training curriculum and caseworker manual for the State of Colorado Department of Health and Human Services on serving the educational needs of children and youth in the child welfare system. These materials were designed to provide child welfare caseworkers and their supervisors with an understanding of the relevant educational policies, processes, assessments and plans; methods for monitoring outcomes and services; and tools to enable them to advocate for the educational needs of children in the child welfare system. They were derived primarily from what youth in care say about their educational experiences and what the research tells us makes a difference in educational outcomes for this population. The curriculum covers educational needs from birth through age 21.

    The curriculum and manual were originally completed in 2006. Both were updated in January 2009 and April 2010 to reflect new state legislation in Colorado addressing the educational needs of this population, as well as changes brought about at the federal level by the reauthorization of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA, 2004) and by passage of the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act (2008).

    The following resources are available on our website:

    January 25, 2011: Georgetown University Offers a Certificate Program to Improve Outcomes for Children and Youth Involved in the Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice Systems

    The Center for Juvenile Justice Reform at Georgetown University‘s Public Policy Institute has announced its 2011 Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare: Multi-System Integration Certificate Program for Public Sector Leaders. The program is designed to advance cross systems work to improve outcomes for youth involved in the juvenile justice and child welfare systems. Participants will attend a week-long program in Washington, DC where they will be taught by expert faculty on topics including multi-system integration (information sharing and joint case assessment, planning and management), developing collaborative leadership skills, the effective use of communication strategies, reducing disproportionality in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems, and more. After the program, participants will develop a Capstone Project to implement systems reform in their home jurisdiction. The Certificate Program is designed for public agency leaders at the state, local, tribal and national levels within the juvenile justice, child welfare, education, behavioral health and related systems of care who are committed to cross systems efforts.  In order to enhance the possibility of implementing cross systems change after returning from the program, applicants from the same jurisdiction are encouraged to apply as “mini-teams.”

    Certificate Program for Public Sector Leaders
    July 15 to July 21, 2011
    Georgetown University
    Washington, DC
    Application Due: March 31, 2011

    For more information and to apply, please visit http://cjjr.georgetown.edu and click on “Certificate Programs” or email CJJR at jjreform@georgetown.edu.

    December 14, 2010 Webinar Recording (December 15, 2010)
    If you missed our most recent webinar, "Supervisors as Leaders of Practice Change: Tools and Approaches", you can view the recording at your convenience! All handouts for the webinar are available, as well.

    Winter/Early Spring 2010-11 Webinars/Teleconferences Announced (November 18, 2010)
    Our Winter/Early Spring webinars have been announced.  Please join us for these opportunities to learn and share experiences with colleagues around the country. Register today!

    Fall/Winter 2010 Issue of Child Welfare Matters (October 25, 2010)
    The latest issue of our newsletter, Child Welfare Matters, focuses on the most challenging aspect of quality improvement (QI) systems—using data and information to improve practice and outcomes. Read more...

    Free Online Training for Child Welfare Supervisors (September 10, 2010)
    We are happy to share with you a wonderful learning opportunity for child welfare supervisors: the Leadership Academy for Supervisors (LAS).  Celebrating its second year of operation, supervisors are invited to join the 600 supervisors nationwide who have already enrolled in the LAS experience!

    Based on feedback during the 2009 introductory year, the LAS recently updated the first three courses (currently online) to make them more user-friendly. The final three core courses will follow the same revised format and will be online by December 2010.

    Visit the National Child Welfare Workforce Institute website for more information.  This is a unique professional development opportunity to enhance leadership skills and network with others through peer networking forums. Certificates and/or CEU’s are available for those who complete the training requirements.

    New Strategic Planning Quick Tip for July (July 20, 2010)
    Learn more about using Sticky Dots: A Multi-Voting Technique--the newest of our Strategic Planning Quick Tips.

    July 15, 2010 Webinar Recording Available! (July 20, 2010)
    If you missed our most recent webinar, "Working Across Systems to Improve Outcomes for Young Children", view the recording here at your convenience!

    Strategic Planning Quick Tips (June 18, 2010)
    Over the course of the next few months, we'll be producing a series of brief tips, tools, and techniques to facilitate strategic planning. These tools will focus on areas such as: creative thinking, group decision-making, effective meeting facilitation, visioning exercises, and brainstorming. These tools will be posted in our Strategic Planning Publications section.

    NRCOI Quick Tip for June 2010: The Lotus Blossom Diagram

    New Funding Opportunities from the Children's Bureau (June 11, 2010)
    The Children's Bureau has announced the following discretionary grant opportunities: Diligent Recruitment of Families for Children in the Foster Care System and Initiative to Reduce Long-Term Foster Care. Please check the ACF website for additional funding opportunity announcements.

    New photos on our Facebook page! (May 18, 2010)
    Have you visited our Facebook page? We have just uploaded photos from our recent meeting of senior consultants and staff. Check them out...and while you're there, feel free to become our fan by clicking the "Like" button to obtain full access to our Facebook page!

    NRCOI Work Plan Webinar (May 10, 2010)
    Learn more about the NRCOI by viewing a 50-minute recorded webinar presentation on our work plan held in May 2010.

    New Resources at www.nrcoi.org! (April 28, 2010)
    We have added a list of "Other Networks" to the Connect with You Peers section of our website. We hope you find these child welfare-related peer networks and resource sharing tools sponsored by our colleagues in the Children's Bureau's T/TA Network to be helpful.

    National Child Welfare Workforce Institute's Leadership Academy for Supervisors (March 22, 2010)
    We are very happy to share with you a wonderful learning opportunity for child welfare supervisors: the Leadership Academy for Supervisors (LAS).  This training is  part of the National Child Welfare Workforce Institute, a member of the Children's Bureau's T/TA Network.

    This one-page flyer provides more information and a link to the National Child Welfare Workforce Institute website.  The LAS is an exciting resource for supervisors in public, private and Tribal child welfare agencies that provide child welfare services.  This is a unique professional development opportunity to enhance leadership skills and network with others through regional peer networking forums. Certificates and/or CEUs are available for those who complete the training requirements.

    2010 Spring/Summer Teleconference/Webinar Series! (February 17, 2010)
    Visit our teleconference page to see the offerings we have for the Spring/Summer series.

    New Year, New Website! (February 17, 2010)
    The new and improved version of www.nrcoi.org was launched today. We hope you enjoy the design. We thank our friends at Ridgewood Associates Public Relations, Inc. for the design concept.

 
 
 
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