Intake 1.4: Disproportionality and Cultural Competence for Intake (eLearning)
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This is Session 1.4 of the Intake In-Service course, which will support new staff working at Intake to gain the knowledge and skills they need to be effective in gathering and documenting information and in screening intakes. The course is divided into three modules which occur at different times during the employee’s first six months at Intake.

This training will identify the problem of racial disproportionality in our state’s child welfare system, focusing on disproportionality at intake. The importance of Cultural competence for intake workers is presented, and practical tips related to Intake’s role in child welfare are provided. Participants will learn how they can work to best serve persons with Limited English Proficiency. Additionally, the training will provide guidance about Intake’s role in complying with the Indian Child Welfare Act and in supporting early identification of children who are Native American.

Audience Description: 

Social Service Specialists newly hired into Intake and their Supervisors.

Topics: 
Casework
Culture
Permanency
Delivery Method: 
E-Learning
Training Level: 
In-Service
Hours: 
.75
Audience: 
Social Workers
Is this course eligible for STARS credit?: 
No
Course Requires Coaching Session?: 
No
Registration Instructions: 

DCYF staff can register for Intake - Session 1.4 Disproportionality and Cultural Competence for Intake through the Washington State Learning Center (WSLC). For help with WSLC, please contact DCYF.LearningCenter@dcyf.wa.gov.

Other workforce members can request registration for this course using the Alliance External Registration form. Use this if you are CWTAP, Tribal Workers, Private Agency, and Judicial Personnel (incl. CASA/GAL). For help with this webform, please contact Alliance Support via alliancesupport@uw.edu.