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Fostering a Healthy Workforce: Child Welfare Virtual Expo (CWVE) 2018

Explore how to foster a healthy child welfare workforce through innovative and effective recruitment, retention, and practice strategies. Pair videos with the related discussion guide to prompt learning and reflection in these key areas: 

  • Fostering a Healthy Workforce 
  • Assessing Workforce Needs 
  • Coaching for Success 
  • Improving Practice Through Simulation 
  • Addressing Secondary Trauma

Ready to Get Started? 

First, select the topics that align with your personal and team interests. Then, use the activities in the discussion guide along with the videos to prepare individuals for group learning, facilitate team discussions, create a shared understanding of how these topics relate to everyday work, and develop action plans to move the work forward. 

CWVE 2018 Discussion Guide

This guide includes: 

  • Descriptions of the videos 
  • Individual reflection questions tailored to the topic 
  • Debrief questions for team discussion 
  • An action planning worksheet to help teams put new ideas into action 

Interested in Earning Continuing Education Credits?

We are pleased to offer social work, clinical psychology, counseling, and marriage and family therapy continuing education units (CEUs) with this learning experience. A link to purchase CEUs is provided in the description of individual sessions.*

*Note: The CEU sponsor, R. Cassidy Seminars, maintains responsibility for its CEU program. For more information on the licensing program and requirements, please visit the sponsor’s website.

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