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Level I - Mandatory Specialized Training
 
 

After the completion of Child Welfare CORE Training and the successful completion of Hands on Testing, new workers are expected to complete the mandatory specialized workshops within eighteen months following their start date with DHS.  New workers will be enrolled and notified via email when their enrollment schedule is completed.  Workers may view their schedule in KIDS.



(Classes listed below are the required classes for graduates of current COREs or those graduating after July 1, 2014. For a list of required level I classes for workers of previous COREs or those graduating prior to July 1, 2014, please see the main Level I Mandatory Specialized Training page by clicking the link above.)


 
  • CW 1002 - Introduction To Child Sexual Abuse
  • CW 1003 - Cross Cultural Competence
  • CW 1008 - Legal
  • CW 1009 - Behavior Health and Substance Abuse
  • CW 1012 - Interviewing and Engagement Skills for Children
  • CW 1024 - Domestic Violence
  • CW 1027 - Resource Family Assessment
  • CW 1037 - Child Assessment Preparation Training (CAPT)
  • CW 1047 - Special Adoption Training
  • CW 1057 - Bridge Guiding Principles

Level II - Intermediate Specialized Training
 
 

Workers in specialized tracks (Child Protective Services, Permanency Planning, Foster Care, Adoptions or Comprehensive) must complete their Level II training within 36 months of their CORE graduation date. With supervisory approval, workers may enroll themselves in these workshops on KIDS.


 
  • CW 2006 - Permanency Tools for Permanency Partners
  • CW 2008 - Advanced Legal
  • CW 2009 - Exploring the Child Welfare - Substance Abuse Connection
  • CW 2015 - Out of Home Investigation
  • CW 2111 - Early Child Development in Child Welfare

Level III - Specialized Training
 
 

These trainings are for experienced staff who have completed their Level I and Level II specific tracks.


Misc - Specialized Optional Training
 
 

With SUPERVISORY APPROVAL, any worker may enroll themselves in these workshops on KIDS regardless of their status of completion in Level I, II or III trainings.


Contact Information

Child Welfare Training Program
OU/OKDHS Training and Research Center
617 W. Rock Creek Road Norman, OK 73069
Phone: (405) 573-9191 | Fax: (405) 573-9292 | Email: Department Contact


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