A Learning Program for Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice Professionals
Learners will participate in three 120-minute Instructor-led virtual sessions. The first will consist of an icebreaker activity allowing learners to get to know each other and review information from the Understanding and Undoing Implicit Bias eLearn. Learners will also have the opportunity to connect and discuss linkages between institutional racism, structural inequity, and implicit bias using a YouTube video. During the second session, participants will see child welfare-specific demonstrations of implicit bias by exploring the Historical Timeline and how it relates to the current state within the system. Learners will also have an opportunity to make connections between internalized oppression and trauma while discussing key trauma-related terms. Using critical incidents, participants will dissect how implicit biases of child welfare professionals influence decision making. The third session will give participants the opportunity to individually practice implicit bias debiasing strategies using guided facilitation. Participants will create an action plan to prepare for transferring and applying knowledge and skills gained during the course.
This course is designed for all direct service staff and supervisors in Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice.
There are no CEUs associated with this course.
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