Continuous quality improvement (CQI) is quickly gaining the time and attention it has deserved in the field of child welfare and probation. Organizations are finding a strong CQI system can inform program development and improvement, contract deliverables, workforce development, and—most importantly—guide improved outcomes for children and families.
Cosponsored by the California Department of Social Services, California's regional training academies, Casey Family Programs, Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago and the University of California, Berkeley, this conference provides a wonderful opportunity to connect with colleagues across the state who are passionate about the development and implementation of CQI systems. Together we will learn from each other’s successes and challenges as we continue to develop CQI strategies and systems that benefit organizations and improve outcomes for children and families.
More than a dozen workshops will be offered that support the continuum of developing a strong CQI system with subject matter experts and county partners.
Who should attend: Child Welfare and Probation leadership, CFSR case reviewers, county managers, supervisors and all those involved with CQI activities. Enrollment is limited: Organizations may enroll up to 10 participants from large counties and up to five participants from small/medium counties.