Making a Payment

Directions: To determine which agency is sponsoring a training, please go to PDS Online. View the training on the training calendar or go to your transcript and click to view training details. Toward the bottom of the page, you will see session details including agency.

Home Visiting Professional Development

The Home Visiting Training and Technical Assistance requests that upon registration you will mail payment in the form of a check to:

UWM - Helen Bader School of Social Welfare
Attn: Home Visiting / Danielle Hayes
P O Box 786
Milwaukee, WI 53201

Checks should be made out to Milwaukee Child Welfare Partnership and include the name(s) of the person and the training title(s) with the payment.

If you require an invoice in order to make payment or have any questions please contact us directly at hvtta@uwm.edu.

We do not issue refunds unless a session has been cancelled due to low enrollment. If you have already paid for a session and can no longer attend we will issue a credit to your agency for future use for anyone in your agency if we are notified 1 week prior to the start of the class.

Milwaukee Child Welfare Partnership

Due to a partnership with the Bureau of Milwaukee Child Welfare (BMCW) we currently do not charge a fee for BMCW Staff or Foster Parents.

Wisconsin Child Welfare Professional Development System (WCWPDS)

The Wisconsin Child Welfare Professional Development System invoices your agency on a monthly basis for all training sessions that have been completed in the previous month. This bill will list all those from your agency who owe any training fees. There is no need to make arrangements for your agency to pay for your training session in advance (in fact, we prefer that they do not).

Checks are made payable to UW-Madison and mailed to the address below:

Wisconsin Child Welfare Professional Development System
8010 Excelsior Drive, Suite 100
Madison, WI 53717

A WCWPDS Member is: staff who provide child welfare services in one of the county departments of social/human services in Wisconsin, staff who provide child welfare services in one of the Indian Child Welfare departments in Wisconsin, and DCF and BRO staff. County and tribal staff who do not provide child welfare services are able to attend at the member rate if room is available in the training session, except as noted for a specific session. All other training attendees are considered nonmembers and will be assessed the nonmember rate.

  • County Child Welfare Staff (a.k.a. Members): $25/day, but subject to change
  • Private Agency Child Welfare Staff (a.k.a. Non-members): $100/day, but subject to change
  • Foster Parents: We do not sponsor foster parent trainings
  • Exceptions:
    • SAFE Booster Training: usually free for members
    • Permanency Roundtables Facilitator Values: free
    • Director Mentorship Training: free
    • Waiver Advisory Grant Motivational Interviewing: free
    • Organizational Effectiveness (not listed in PDS Online): free
    • DCF 56 Training and Advanced DCF 56 Training: free
    • Child Forensic Interview: $75 through February 2017 for all law enforcement
    • Partners in Change: free
    • Family Finding and Engagement series: free

 

 

If you have any questions about this process, please contact us at office@wcwpds.wisc.edu or (608) 890-3965.