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Minnesota Child Welfare Training System
Our mission is to provide competency-based training for Minnesota counties and tribes. We promote culturally responsive services rooted in strengths-based, family-centered best practices that support child safety, permanency and well-being. We also provide high-quality, trauma-informed training for social workers, resource families, and supervisors to support the continuous improvement of services to and outcomes for children and families in Minnesota.
For General Questions about the Minnesota Child Welfare Training System?
Contact Andrea Bartels at 651-431-4681 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Child Welfare Trainers/Writers Needed
The Minnesota Child Welfare Training System (MCWTS) is seeking independent contractors to develop curricula and/or provide training to county and tribal child welfare staff and to licensed child foster care providers. This Request for Proposals is open to the public. Training participants represent the full spectrum of diversity in Minnesota, and DHS requests proposals from writers and trainers who reflect this diversity. We are seeking independent contractors to provide services including:
1) Development of new curricula and revision of existing curricula
2) Delivery of training statewide: days, evenings, Saturdays
3) Consultation on specialized child welfare projects
Work is proposed to start July 1, 2014. The master trainer contract will be open from July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2019. Applicants can apply at any point during this time frame. To obtain a copy of the Request for Proposal (application).
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