• September/October 2011
  • Vol. 12, No. 7

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Implementation Toolkits

The California Social Work Education Center at the University of California, Berkeley, (CalSWEC) is developing several implementation toolkits that can be used as models for implementing new child welfare programs and improving current ones. The model toolkits are roadmaps that can help agencies decide what changes to make, when to make them, and how to make them. Eventually, there will be six model toolkits available for use.

The website also offers templates and resources for users to create their own toolkits for implementing child welfare initiatives, programs, or interventions. To support these efforts, the website offers the following components:

  • Definitional tools
  • Communication tools
  • Assessment tools
  • Planning tools
  • Training, coaching, and transfer of learning tools
  • Evaluation tools
  • Policy and procedures tools
  • Fiscal and funding tools

Find the implementation resources on CalSWEC's website:

http://calswec.berkeley.edu/calswec/implementTk/impTk_home.html

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