ONLINE TRAININGS (E-LEARN) is brought to you by the PA Child Welfare Resource Center and provides online training in many areas of Child Welfare. Below is a list of current available courses we offer. The menu to the right provides answers and procedures for registering and taking these courses. You must have an Encompass ID to register and take these courses. Demographics forms are mandatory for gettting registered in both Encompass and E-Learn.

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Available Courses:

Course ID# Course Title
1647 Making The Connection: The Adolescent and the Caregiver Response
1664 Peer Review Training
1694 National Youth in Transition Database (NYTD) Training
1695 Charting The Course: TOL Online (must be enrolled in Classroom CTC)
1706 Using Your Fujistu Tablet PC
1717 Youth and Family Engagement and the Use of Technology
1785 Statewide General Protective Services (GPS) Response Times
1787 Act 101 Overview
1903 Ethical Engagement and Service for Children and Families with Hearing Loss and/or Vision Loss
1919 Leading with Strengths
1935 313: Managing the Impact of Trauma in Child Welfare Professionals
1942 305: Engaging Incarcerated Parents: Tools and Strategies for Promoting Child Safety, Permanency, and Well-Being
1969 Coaching for Staff Retention for Supervisors
2009 Caseworker Safety in Child Welfare Practice
2010 Caseworker Safety in Child Welfare Practice - Supervisor Module
2012 CFSR Onsite Review Instrument and Monitoring System Overview: Prerequisite
  Child Protective Services Law: An Update for Child Welfare Professionals
0380 CPSL Module 1: Introduction
0381 CPSL Module 2: Overview of Amendments
0382 CPSL Module 3: The Link to Best Practice
0383 CPSL Module 4: Reporting and the Role of the Child Welfare Professional
0385 CPSL Module 5: Assessment and Investigation
0400 CPSL Module 6: Disposition of Cases
0411 CPSL Module 7: Appeals and Expunctions
0416 CPSL Module 8: Child Custody
0418 CPSL Module 9: Resources and Review
  Child Advocacy Studies (CAST) - Series 1:
1762 Child Advocacy Studies Module 1: Thinking Critically
1774 Child Advocacy Studies Module 2: The Historical Foundations of Child Welfare
1775 Child Advocacy Studies Module 3: Balancing Parental Rights with Society's Interest in Protecting Children
  Child Advocacy Studies (CAST) - Series 2:
1979 Child Advocacy Studies - Series II - Module 1: Introduction: A Curricular Overview
1981 Child Advocacy Studies - Series II - Module 2: Poverty and Neighborhood Violence: Micro Perspective
1991 Child Advocacy Studies - Series II - Module 3: Poverty and Neighborhood Violence: Macro Perspective
1990 Child Advocacy Studies - Series II - Module 4: Psychotropic Medications
2031 Child Advocacy Studies - Series II - Module 5: Intimate Partner Violence and Child Maltreatment: An Overview
2038 Child Advocacy Studies - Series II - Module 6: Intimate Partner Violence and Child Maltreatment: Protective Factors, Trauma-Informed Care, and Services
  Independent Living (IL) Services:
1998 Independent Living (IL) Services: An Overview: Module 1: Purpose and Policy
1999 Independent Living (IL) Services: An Overview: Module 2: Adolescent Issues: Risk and Resiliency
  CSEC Modules
1987 CSEC Module 1: State and Federal Laws and Victimology/Trauma-Informed Care


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