Assessment

Training in this behavior of the ICPM will help participants—from the beginning and throughout all work with the child, youth, young adult, family, and their team—engage in initial and ongoing safety and risk assessment and permanency planning.

How to Enroll

To enroll, select the title of the course you are interested in, review the course details, then click the "Enroll Now" button. You’ll be redirected to the California Child Welfare Training System (CACWT), where you will be required to log in to your account and follow the prompts to complete your registration. If you do not have a CACWT account, please contact your county training coordinator to request a profile be created for you.

Questions? If you need help enrolling or have any questions, contact us at (530) 757-8725 or academy@ucdavis.edu

Courses Available But Not Currently Scheduled

Course Title
A Systems Approach to Integrating Trauma into Screening, Assessment, Treatment and Case Planning
Advanced Issues in Chronic Child Neglect
Advanced Issues of Adult and Child Mental Health
Advanced Issues of Children's Mental Health
Advanced SDM Hotline
Advanced SOP: Integrating the Child's Perspective: Three Houses and Safety House Tools
Advanced SOP: Mapping for Safety Using the Consultation and Information Sharing Framework
Assessment and Treatment of Youth with Complex Needs
Best Practices for Emergency Response (ER)
CANS Implementation and Practice Summit
CFSR Case Review
CFSR Case Review Coaching Call
CFSR Leadership Convening
Child Maltreatment Identification, Part II: Child Sexual Abuse
Cognitive, Psychological and Brain Development in Adolescence
Continuous Quality Improvement in Human Services Leadership Summit
Court Procedures
CQI Statewide Conference for Child Welfare and Probation
CQI Webinar Series
Critical Thinking
Dependency Legal Update - Webinar
DSM 5 Update
Emergency Response Fundamentals
ER Academy for Supervisors and Program Managers
ER investigations in the time of COVID 19: Learning Circle (Virtual Training)
Foundational Interviewing Skills for Social Workers
Fundamentals In Evidence-Based Decision Making
Gomez v. Saenz Training for Child Welfare Social Workers, Supervisors and Managers
Gomez v. Saenz Training for Child Welfare Social Workers, Supervisors and Managers
Grief and Loss: Supporting Children Who Have Been Removed from Their Home
Group Supervision
Harm and Danger, Safety Goals
Impact of Trauma on Child Development
Interviewing Children and Special Populations
Introduction to RED Teams
Introduction to SDM
Introduction to the Three Houses Tool and the Sphere Model
Issues and Challenges in Adolescent Development and Behavior
Level of Care Tool Training
Northern California Child Welfare Practicum:
A Program Improvement Practicum for Child Welfare Leaders
Qualitative Data
Quality Assurance for the Case Reviewer
Recognizing Drug Abuse in the Home: A Survival Guide
SDM - Family Reunification
SDM Instructor Support Session
Secondary Trauma and the Child Welfare Supervisor/Manager, Part 2: Trauma Informed Practices for Supervisors and Managers
Secondary Traumatic Stress and the Child Welfare Professional
Secondary Traumatic Stress and the Child Welfare Supervisor
Social Worker Safety Tactics: Identifying, De-escalating and Avoiding Violent Situations
SOP Safety Planning
Structured Decision Making for Social Workers
Substance Use Disorders and Child Welfare
Supporting Safe Practice: Preventing Professional Dangerousness
The Early Years Matter Series: Autism - Learn the Signs/Act Early
The Early Years Matter Series: Maternal Depression: Identification, Screening and Treatment Options
The Early Years Matter Series: Neurological Development 0-5
The Early Years Matter Series: Sensory Integration for All Children: Basics & Beyond
The Gut-Brain Axis and Well-Being
The Heroin Epidemic and Implications for Child Welfare Workers
The Impact of Parental Incarceration on Children in the Child Welfare System.
Training for Trainers: Impact of Parental Incarceration on Children and Families in Care
Trauma Bonding
Understanding and Promoting Healthy Adolescent Relationships with Peers, Caregivers, Siblings and Communities
Understanding and Supporting Healthy Adolescent Romantic Relationships
What Does Trauma Have to do with it? Strategies for Making Child Welfare Systems More Trauma Informed