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2019 CIP UNDERSTANDING & USING DATA AVAILABLE TO YOU (CHAPIN HALL'S FOSTER CARE DATA ARCHIVE) (J, SJ, CA, CIP)

Free Recorded Webcast (September 5, 2019)

Course Description: Data on child welfare case processing and outcomes are not always easy to come by. At the state level, the child welfare agency must report specific data points to the federal government. These data are made available to the public, however, they are limited in scope and only include the largest jurisdictions in the state. Chapin Hall, through their Foster Care Data Archive, works with states to compile their child welfare data in a meaningful way. These data are often more current than the publicly available data and can be examined by each judicial district in the state providing child welfare and legal professionals an opportunity to track their data over time. This training will introduce professionals to the Foster Care Data Archive website and walk people through the basic steps for exploring their own data in a meaningful way. Opportunities will be provided for participants to ask questions and explore the availability of data elements they are interested in.

Faculty: Alicia Summers, Ph.D.

Who Should Attend: This course is designed for all Nevada child welfare, dependency judiciary, and their Community Improvement Council Members.

Continuing Education Credit: 1.5 CLE/CJE (Certificate of Completion required to receive continuing legal/judicial education credit.) Note: CLE credit for this course is approved through December 31, 2022, and then will be stale dated. 

Register: This video requires access to the Distance Education Program's (DEP) secure password-protected website for use by current Nevada judicial officers and court personnel (e.g. active judges, quasi-judicial officers, court employees, and retired judges). Returning DEP users, click here. If you are a new user or CIP stakeholder, click This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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