Identifying and Supporting Commercially Sexually Exploited Children

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Description

This course is mandatory for CFWS workers, and recommended for Intake, CPS and other case carrying staff.

This 6-hour course help workers who do ongoing work with adolescents in the child welfare system identify youth who are at risk for or are being commercially sexually exploited.  The training will provide a framework for understanding this issue that greatly impacts adolescents in the child welfare system, as well as for understanding the basic social work practices that support helping these youth reach positive outcomes.  Participants will leave understanding CA’s policy and legal requirements related to screening and supporting these youth, will practice and consider approaches to supporting these youth, and will be provided with a list of some community resources.

Length (hours)

6

Prerequisite

Regional Core Training, Supervisor Core Training

Audience

Social Workers, Supervisors

Audience Description

This training is recommended for Intake and case carrying staff, and required for CFWS workers and their supervisors.

Dates and Locations

 
There are no trainings scheduled for this course.

Registration Instructions

Please register directly in the LMS:

Maestro Course Code: 110326

https://lms.dshs.wa.gov/?CourseId=22507266022

Tribal Members, CWTAP Students, and new CA hires who don't have LMS access: Please register using this form https://allianceforchildwelfare.org/rct-registration-cwtap-students-and-tribal-workers