Coaching for Ad Hoc Needs

Coaching sessions are utilized to enhance a learner’s specific skill attainment in an identified area of practice.  Coaching sessions are provided to Children’s Administration workforce to help workers attain specific skills pertinent to their daily work/practice in child welfare.  Identified goals are created and progress towards those goals is measured by both the learner and the coach after each session. 

Ad Hoc field based coaching topics include:

Tasks such as AFCARS, redaction, case closure, and entering ICWA/NAIR information into FamLink, filing of documentation into case files.


Audience Description: 

Social Workers and Supervisors

Social Work Skills
Assessment and Planning
Child Abuse and Neglect
Indian Child Welfare
Chemical Dependency
Domestic Violence
Mental Health
Child Development, Health and Well-Being, Education
Program Specific Training
Leadership and Succession Planning
Delivery Method: 
Coaching Session
Training Level: 
Social Workers
Is this course eligible for STARS credit?: 
Course Requires Coaching Session?: 
Registration Instructions: 

Coaching sessions can be scheduled in 30 minute increments, depending on the topic being covered. Coaches are available to provide individual sessions or small group sessions (such as at unit meetings). Once a request is made, the Alliance Regional Education and Training Administrator (RETA) will assign a coach and scheduling will occur between the coach, the learner and the Supervisor/AA. Written feedback on each session will be provided by the coach to the learner and supervisor following the coaching session and the coaching session will be entered into the worker's training record to reflect the completed coaching.

Please direct all questions and requests to the Regional Education and Training Administrator (RETA) via the email addresses below: