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Keeping It Real: Developing Simulation Training for Child Welfare Workers
Find out how simulation training is used in child welfare and learn the five key steps for developing and implementing a simulation programs.
Capacity Building Center for States
Provides background information on why and how simulation training is used in child welfare, then outlines five key tasks for developing and implementing simulation programs. This can help child welfare training directors, design/implementation teams, and others involved in program implementation and improvement put in place the necessary supports to develop and run a simulation training program.
Capacity Building Center for States. (2020). Keeping it real: Developing simulation training for child welfare workers. Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
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Improving child welfare outcomes requires effective solutions that address agencies' specific problems. For teams leading a change process, deciding what to implement is a crucial step in achieving their goals.