February 2021 update:
In collaboration with our In-Service Training Coordinating Partners, CalSWEC supports the development and implementation of a comprehensive strategic plan to evaluate the California Common Core Curricula and Supervisor Core Curricula to evaluate the effectiveness of the continuum of training and professional education to county newly hired public child welfare workers and newly promoted public child welfare supervisors across the state. As a result of the evaluation efforts, more is known about the composition and effectiveness of California's workforce, training system, and Common Core and Supervisor Core curricula. This includes:
- who has participated in training (basic demographic characteristics of new trainees)
- whether training has been effective
- behavior change as a result of training
- which content areas require revision, and the type of revision needed (deletion, addition to content or delivery methods, etc.)
- that the data can be used for complementary studies or secondary data analysis (such as analysis of pre and posttraining data in conjunction with the use of the Child Forensic Attitude Scale, or analysis of demographic and test data as part of a study on Stereotype Threat, or comparative analysis of IV-E vs. non IV-E trainee test performance)
In this section, you will find an overview of the current training evaluation models for Common Core Curricula and Supervisor Core Curricula.
Common Core Curricula Training Evaluation Model
The Common Core is systematically evaluated and revised on an ongoing basis. To provide feedback please complete the Common Core 3.0 Quarterly Updates form.
Supervisor Core Curricula Training Evaluation Model