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What Do ALC Sessions Include?
ALCs demonstrate our value for workforce support that includes:
- Technical Assistance
- Team Work
- Sensitivity to Secondary Trauma
Sessions include something for everyone, no matter what your learning style is!
A trained facilitator structures the daylong session to draw out participants’ knowledge of Wisconsin statutes and standards and support participants’ critical thinking skills.
What Do ALC Sessions Accomplish?
- Build community within and between counties
- Increase our common understanding of how child welfare practice is experienced by staff and families in Wisconsin.
- Provide a unique learning opportunity to build a broader perspective outside of the local agency
What's Unique about ALCs?
There are unique aspects that make them different from other trainings offered through WCWPDS:
- Local child welfare agencies send teams, including at least one supervisor
- Training curriculum is selected and developed in response to statewide practice data analyzed through Wisconsin’s Continuous Quality Improvement processes, including Systems Change Review
- Cases are real and consultation and coaching is offered to support case practice