• Celebrating 40 Years ~ 1978 –2018 
    “Weaving Traditions to Defend, Protect & Honor Indian Children, Families and Tribes”
    Ballroom at Graton Resort & Casino 288 Golf Course Drive West, Rohnert Park, CA 94928  Registration will open February 28, 2018: 

     

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    Hosted by the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria and Co-Sponsored by California Department of Social Services: California Tribal Families Coalition; California Indian Legal Services

  • The goal of this conference is to bring together California counties who are implementing Safety Organized Practice (SOP) to deepen their practice and share their experiences and results with each other. This is a practitioners’ conference with a focus on work with children and families. 

    Location: UC Davis ARC Center, 232 Shields Avenue, Davis CA

     

     

    Registration Opens April 12, 2018

     

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  • CalSWEC, with the support of the State of California, Regional Training Academies, and Community Partners engaged in a large-scale revision of the Common Core training materials for new Child Welfare Social Workers and Supervisors.  The training format includes classroom learning, eLearning, and Field Activities to provide a variety of learning modalities and transfer of learning opportunities.

     

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  • As with any recently implemented initiative, familiarizing oneself with the basic facts and tenets of RFA will be the first step. This toolkit provides a number of documents that will assist you in understanding RFA, articulating the benefits to children and families and becoming familiar with the legislative underpinnings.

     

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"Serving Those Who Serve Others"

The mission of the Central California Training Academy (CCTA) is to enhance the ability of staff in public social services and child welfare agencies to protect children and to prevent placement whenever possible.

Through the Academy, child welfare workers will have greater access to current and state-of-the-art child welfare practices, thereby leading to more competent workers in the field.