Following Provisional Certification, which occurs in Module 6: Putting It All Together, the training coordinators will enroll specialists into their Post CORE Required Levels. Those courses are as follows:
CW 1006: Permanency Planning
Once these Post CORE Required Levels courses are completed, specialists will be considered Provisionally Certified and eligible to carry a partial caseload (50%).
During the next 18 months, training coordinators will enroll specialists into ongoing Levels training courses, which include:
CW 1024: Domestic Violence
CW 1009: Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse. This is a two part course and the online portion of this course is required to be completed prior to being enrolled into the classroom.
CW 1002: Introduction to Childhood Sexual Abuse
CW 1100: Early Childhood Development
CW 1016: Overview of the Oklahoma Successful Adulthood Program (OKSA)
Level 1 Post Core Learning
Introduction to Child Sexual Abuse
Introduction to working with children who have been sexually abused.
This course is required for all Family Center Services and Permanency Planning specialists and occurs after CORE. CW Training coordinators will enroll specialists into this course following successful completion of Provisional Certification.
Online: Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse
The Oklahoma Child Welfare Behavioral Health: Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders training provides information about mental health and substance use disorders and supports the practice of skills that are helpful in working with families.
Overview of the Oklahoma Successful Adulthood Program (OKSA)
This training will provide specialists with the philosophy and best practice techniques for specialists who work with older adolescents in out-of-home placement.
This training is intended to explore the impact of domestic violence on families who are involved with the Child Welfare system.
Early Childhood Development in Child Welfare
Early Childhood Development in Child Welfare teaches typical childhood development and how to identify signs of atypical development. It addresses the importance of early relationships and early environments. The importance of attachment and attachment styles are taught as well as the impact trauma, grief and loss have on development.