Engagement and Teaming

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

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
Advanced Coaching Institute
Anti-Racist Practice: Implicit Bias and Microaggressions
Child and Family Teaming (CFT) Overview
Coaching Based Case Management: Coaching Teens and Young Adults
Coaching Difficult/Reluctant Workers
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 Adolescence
Conflict Resolution and De-Escalation with Adolescent Clients
Critical Thinking
Cultural Humility
Discovering Strengths
Discovering What Matters: The Neuroscience of Purpose in Human Services
Educational Advocacy
Family Search and Engagement
Family Search and Engagement - Follow-Up Webinars
Gender and Healthy Sexual Development
Immigration and Child Welfare: Addressing the Fear Factor
Incarcerated Parents Prison Visit
Issues and Challenges in Adolescent Development and Behavior
Managing Effective Telecommuters (Virtual Training)
Mind, Body and the Vagus Nerve Connection
Neuroscience Series: Moving From Protection to Connection: Engagement with People Who Have Experienced Complex Trauma
Right Use of Power: Ethics in the Changing World of Youth Services
Sexual and Reproductive Wellness for Youth in Foster Care
Solution Focused Interviewing
SOP Safety and Permanency Networks
SOP: Foundational Institute
Strengthening Families
The Gut-Brain Axis and Well-Being
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
Unpacking Racism and the Impact on Families We Serve
Visits: Family Time as a Key to Permanency
Working with Traumatized Adults: Impacts Past/Present
Youth Use of Social Media, Gaming, and the Internet: A Caregiver's Guide