www.MyNCWWI.org                                                                        April 2 017  |  Issue 29
JOIN US on April 20th at 3pm EDT:
NCWWI Online Learning Opportunities

The 2nd session in our Tools of the Trade Series will help you explore NCWWI's online learning resources (including Quickbits and Microlearnings) and identify how you can use them in your teams or organizations. 

In case you missed them, here are the most popular news and content shared over the last month on our social media channels - Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn  - as well as a listing of free national webinars that are available in the coming weeks.
Selected Upcoming National Webinars

7 Greatest Mistakes Trainers Make (and How to Avoid Them)


Explicit and Implicit Biases in Early Childhood Education: Becoming Aware of Microaggressions

Using Gamification to Maximize Learner Engagement 

Outcomes: How do I Collect Data?

Shattering Walls Series: Understanding Childhood Sexual Abuse in Boys and Men

Enhancing Police Responses to Children Exposed to Violence: A Toolkit for Law Enforcement

Building Public Awareness of Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention


April 2017 Strengthening Families Webinar

Communicating Virtually for Productivity and Engagement

Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Boys

Working with Men Who Batter as Fathers

Child Sex Trafficking Webinar Series: Fundamentals of Child Sex Trafficking

Family Support and Strengthening Networks and Quality Work with Families

FY 2017 Defending Childhood American Indian/Alaska Native Policy Initiative: Supporting Trauma-Informed Juvenile Justice Systems for Tribes

Managing Culture and Diversity in the Global Workplace

Peer Mentoring, Crisis Response & Resilience-building: NJ DCF's Worker2Worker Program

Economic Disadvantage in Rural America

Accountability and Extraordinary Teaming: Four Factors that Make the Difference

Mental Health Impact of Racism and Racial Injustices that Perpetuate Disparities

Evidence Basics: Helping to Make Sure Your Client's Story Is Heard

Outcomes: Making Sense of Data and Communicating Findings

Recruiting the Best and the Brightest to the Public Sector

Willy Wonka and the Human Services Value Curve: Your GOLDEN TICKET to Professional & Organizational Development

Tools of the Trade: Exploring NCWWI Online Learning Opportunities


Child Sex Trafficking Webinar Series: Human Trafficking Around the World: A Global View of Labor and Sex Trafficking of Adults and Children


Trauma Beyond Words: Healing Beyond Language


for the most up-to-date listing of webinars.
Click here
to access the child welfare workforce development resources most recently added to the MyNCWWI Resource Library.

Child Welfare News & Information
Change Implementation
Cultural Responsiveness and Disproportionality
Community Context
Data-Driven Decision Making and Continuous Quality Improvement
Leadership and Management 
Workforce Development Planning Process
Child Welfare and Social Work Practice
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