The Center for Professional Excellence in Child Welfare is a part of the University of New Hampshire's Social Work department. One of the benefits of CPE's affiliation with UNH is our ability to draw upon and share the faculty's research with DCYF. CPE is proud to be able to dedicate this space to spotlighting faculty publications of interest to child welfare and juvenile justice professionals.
We'd love to hear from you! Is there a topic related to practice or training that you'd like us to address? Or even better - would you like to share your own expertise with your colleagues in upcoming issues of the CPE Excellence in Training Quarterly? Perhaps you have experience with a subject or you've done some research that could make a difference in the lives of childre, youth, and families across the state. Don't keep it to yourself!
Are you a worker who would like to see how many training hours you have or check to see if you have submitted an action plan for a recent training that you attended? Are you a supervisor who would like to verify the number of training hours for a worker's upcoming performance review? Are you an administrator who would like to see which offices are in compliance with the training hour requirement and which ones are not? CPE is here to help!
Welcome to the Blackboard Training Bulletin! In an effort to make a wider variety of training more available to staff, CPE is pleased to announce a number of improvements to the online training offerings. Among the changes you may notice are a simplified format and a 10 question knowledge check that should be printed out, completed, and returned via interoffice mail or fax to CPE in order to receive training credit. In addition, you can now self-enroll in Blackboard trainings, so they are all now available for you to learn at your convenience 24/7.
Due to continuing construction in the Dolloff Building, CPE asks that library patrons be patient while waiting for books from the CPE Resource Library. We will make every effort to fulfill library resource requests as quickly as possible.
As juvenile justice professionals, we all have a desire to remain current and knowledgeable about factors that impact our work. There are a number of websites that contain links to publications related to juvenile justice.
In each edition of the Excellence in Training Quarterly, UNH CPE will use this space to provide an access point to these resources.
As child welfare professionals, we all have a desire to remain current and knowledgable about factors that impact our work. The Child Welfare Information Gateway, a service of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, provides monthlys lists of publications that pertain to a variety of topics of interest to the child welfare field. These publications include both books and articles and some are linked directly to PDF versions.