Access training and resources related to engaging families, as well as their networks of support, in a collaborative partnership toward improving safety and stability. Consistent with the parallel process of Safety Organized Practice, this subject area includes training related to engaging and collaborating with staff through skills-based coaching.

How to Enroll

Please note: You must have permission from your supervisor prior to enrolling.

To enroll, select the title of the course you are interested in, review the course details, then click the "Enroll Now" button and follow the prompts. You’ll be asked to create an account using your contact information—it's easy and will make it faster to enroll in future courses. You'll also be able to log in and manage your enrollments.

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 Safety Organized Approach to Domestic Violence: Perpetrator Engagement and Accountability
Adolescent Class Series
Advanced Coaching Institute
Coaching Based Case Management: Coaching Teens and Young Adults
Coaching Difficult/Reluctant Workers
Coaching Institute for Child Welfare Supervisors
Coaching Institute for Human Service Directors
Coaching Institute for Human Services Instructors
Coaching Institute for Leadership
Coaching Institute for Program Managers
Coaching Institute for Program Managers
Coaching-Based Case Management: Coaching Clients
Cognitive, Psychological and Brain Development in Teens: Facts and Implications for Child Welfare Services
Commercially Sexual Exploited Children (CSEC 101)
Commercially Sexually Exploited Children (CSEC 102)
Critical Thinking
Cultural Humility
Discovering Strengths
Domestic Violence: Maintaining Rigor When Partnering with Families
Educational Advocacy
Emergency Response Engagement and Safety Planning in the Time of COVID-19 (Virtual Training)
Engagement and Best Practices in the Time of COVID-19
Engagement Strategies with Children and Families with Trauma Histories
Engaging Families Using Solution-Focused Inquiry
Engaging Fathers: Strategies to Involve and Advocate for Fathers and Their Families
ER investigations in the time of COVID 19: Learning Circle (Virtual Training)
Ethics in Social Work
Family Meeting Facilitation: Part 2
Family Meeting Facilitation: Part I
Family Search and Engagement
Family Search and Engagement - Follow-Up Webinars
Gender and Healthy Sexual Development
Helping People Change: The Art of Asking Questions
How to Manage and Coach the Difficult Person
Immigration and Child Welfare: Addressing the Fear Factor
Incarcerated Parents Prison Visit
Introduction to Disproportionality
Issues and Challenges in Adolescent Development and Behavior
LGBTQ Youth: Meeting the Requirement of AB1856
Managing Effective Telecommuters (Virtual Training)
Neuroscience Series: Moving From Protection to Connection: Engagement with People Who Have Experience Complex Trauma
Permanency, Achievement, Work and Careers
Permanent Supportive Housing for Youth
Right Use of Power–Ethics in the Changing World of Youth Services
Sexual and Reproductive Wellness for Youth in Foster Care
Solution Focused Interviewing
Strengthening Families
The Impact of Parental Incarceration on Children in the Child Welfare System.
The Successful Teleworker (Virtual Training)
Transition Aged Youth and ILP Youth Symposium
Trauma-Informed Emergency Response Practices in Child Welfare: Translating Concepts into Concrete Applications
Understanding and Promoting Healthy Adolescent Relationships with Peers, Caregivers, Siblings and Communities
Understanding and Supporting Healthy Adolescent Romantic Relationships
Understanding and Supporting the Sexual Health of Youth in Foster Care
Upping your Game with Visit Coaching
Upping your Game with Visit Coaching
Upping your Game with Visit Coaching - Quarterly Convening
Upping your Game with Visit Coaching - Regional Follow-Up
Visit Coaching: Enhancing Family Time
Visit Coaching: Enhancing Family Time with Focus on 0-3 Year-Olds
Visitation: Keys to Permanency
Working with Incarcerated Parents and their Children
Working with Traumatized Adults: Impacts Past/Present