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.

Social Workers

Resource Families

Supervisors

Trainers

For General Questions about the Minnesota Child Welfare Training System?

Contact Andrea Bartels at 651-431-4681 or andrea.bartels@state.mn.us

FYI-Northstar Care for Children Training Being Offered Through the End of 2014

Northstar Care for Children consolidates and simplifies family foster care, Kinship Assistance and Adoption Assistance. This fall, four separate Northstar Care for Children courses are being offered: Overview, Child Welfare Supervision, Child Foster Care Licensing, and Permanency. Register for one or more courses to learn about how Northstar will improve permanency outcomes, particularly for older children, and how this program changes  practice.  Registration for Northstar Care for Children trainings is available on TrainLink.

If you have questions or concerns, or are in need of additional information, please contact Cynthia Shypulski at 651-431-4791, or cynthia.shypulski@state.mn.us.

Flyers

340A Northstar Care for Children: Overview

340B Northstar Care for Children: Child Welfare Supervision

340C Northstar Care for Children: Child Foster Care Licensing

340D Northstar Care for Children: Permanency


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