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USF CWTC Trainers to Present at 2019 Child Welfare Dependency Summit

USF CWTC Trainers to Present at 2019 Child Welfare Dependency Summit

Three trainers from the USF Child Welfare Training Consortium will be presenting at this year's 2019 Child Welfare Dependency Summit in Orlando September 4th through September 6th. This is a conference that is well attended, by over 2,500 child welfare professionals yearly. Their topics are based on their expertise and interest, as subject matter experts within child welfare. Presentations will include: "Inclusive or Exclusive? Do We Walk the Talk? Bias-Based Behaviors in Child Welfare" by Nicole Williams, "Quality Contacts: How Does Quality Contact Impact Safety, Well Being, and Permanency?" by Jessica Carter and "Intentional Engagement: Establishing a Foundation to Build Successful Partnerships" by Erika Evans. Each year the trainers within the Child Welfare Training Consortium are encouraged to share their knowledge with other child welfare professionals by submitting a proposal for consideration. The submissions are evaluated by a statewide committee and successful selection arises from a competitive process. There are always many quality proposals from around the state and nation and we are always honored to earn a place on the agenda.