Training is critical to the development of a skilled child welfare workforce and to achieving outcomes of safety, permanency, and well-being for children entrusted to the care of the public child welfare system. It is also key to worker retention. Use the following resources to find curricula and related training materials for a variety of audiences, information on improving State and local training systems and evaluating curricula, and lists of national and State training organizations and schools of social work.
- Training models and partnerships
- Professional development
- Curricula, tools, and materials
- Toolkit for trainers
- Assessment and evaluation
- Education and training organizations
The Children's Bureau Training and Technical Assistance Network 2013 Directory (PDF - 465 KB)
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Children's Bureau (2013)
Describes the services and activities of the Children's Bureau's Training and Technical Assistance Network, including the National Resource Centers.
Child Welfare Information Gateway
Helps to build child welfare knowledge with concise and easy-to-use educational resources and training tools for professionals, faculty, and students.
Child Welfare Information Gateway encourages organizations to submit resources from their workforce or training efforts for inclusion in our library. Send information to firstname.lastname@example.org.