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    E-Learning

    CQI Training Academy: Using Data to Implement Change

    This self-paced e-learning course helps continuous quality improvement (CQI) teams build a common understanding of CQI best practices as they work to strengthen families, deliver equitable services, and build more resilient communities.

    Estimated Time: 04:30 Primary Audience:
    Child Welfare Administrator/Manager/Supervisor
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    CORE Teen

    The goal of the CORE Teen curriculum was to enhance existing methods used to prepare and support new and seasoned resource parents. By providing multiple opportunities to increase resource parent’s knowledge and skills, and by maximizing the applicat

    Estimated Time: 00:40 Primary Audience:
    Non-Relative Foster or Adoptive Family
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    E-Learning

    E-Learning Hospital-Based Adoption Support Services (H-BASS)

    The HBASS project updated and used the Understanding Infant Adoption (UIA) curriculum. The UIA 6 curriculum and materials are in accordance with Infant Adoption Awareness Training Program (IAATP) best practice guidelines specific to infant adoption a

    Estimated Time: 00:40 Primary Audience:
    Other Human Service Professional
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    E-Learning

    National Training and Development Curriculum for Foster and Adoptive Parents

    The National Training and Development Curriculum (NTDC) is an instructional program that aims to give potential foster or adoptive parents with the information and tools they need to parent a child who has experienced trauma, separation, or loss.

    Estimated Time: 01:00 Primary Audience:
    Non-Relative Foster or Adoptive Family
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    E-Learning

    Change and Implementation in Practice - Internal Training Knowledge Checks

    Please check with your supervisor or coach to determine the appropriate knowledge checks in this series based on your role with the Center. Once knowledge checks are submitted the Implementation Specialist team will review and offer feedback to you

    Estimated Time: 00:15 Primary Audience:
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    E-Learning

    Quality Legal Representation

    This course teaches Court Improvement Program directors, staff, and other court reformers on how to use change management to improve legal representation in their jurisdiction.

    Estimated Time: 01:00 Primary Audience:
    Other Court Professional
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    E-Learning

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    Designing and Implementing Evidence-Supported Interventions in Child Welfare

    This course prepares current and future child welfare frontline staff and supervisors to participate in the successful implementation of evidence-supported interventions by following the principles of implementation science.

    Estimated Time: Multi-day Primary Audience:
    Direct Child Welfare Service Provider
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    Building Evidence Training Project