All Children - All Families Webinars: Core Curriculum Track

All Children - All Families Webinars: Core Curriculum Track

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The webinars in the core curriculum track cover foundational information related to serving LGBTQ+ youth and families. Employees at agencies that are formally participating in ACAF should complete at least one of the webinars below that align with their role. Learn more about completing the webinar participation requirement. Interested in earning CEs for this webinar? All you have to do is follow these three easy steps.

Role Webinar
If you are NOT in a direct service role... Introduction to LGBTQ+ Inclusion
If you work directly with youth... Best Practices for Serving LGBTQ+ Youth
If you work directly with foster, adoptive and/or kinship caregivers… Best Practices for Serving LGBTQ+ Parents

Introduction to LGBTQ+ Inclusion

  • Presented by All Children - All Families | 90 minutes

  • This webinar covers foundational information related to serving LGBTQ+ youth and families. Topics include key terminology and concepts, an overview of the barriers faced by LGBTQ+ youth and families in child welfare, and the steps all service providers can take to overcome these barriers in order to create a welcoming environment.

  • Live sessions:
  • A recorded version is available for on-demand viewing on ACAF's webinar archive.

Best Practices for Serving LGBTQ+ Parents

  • Presented by All Children - All Families | 90 Minutes

  • This webinar provides an in-depth look at role-specific best practices for serving LGBTQ+ foster and adoptive parents. Topics include facts and myths around LGBTQ+ parenting, law and policy, LGBTQ+ parent recruitment, homestudies, and matching/placement.

  • Live sessions:
  • A recorded version is available for on-demand viewing on ACAF's webinar archive.

Best Practices for Serving LGBTQ+ Youth

  • Presented by All Children - All Families | 90 Minutes

  • This webinar takes a closer look at the information and resources needed to achieve safety, permanency and well-being for LGBTQ+ youth in out-of-home care. Topics include research on LGBTQ+ youth experiences, the rights of LGBTQ+ youth, finding LGBTQ+ affirming placements, and tools for advocacy.

  • Live sessions:
  • A recorded version is available for on-demand viewing on ACAF's webinar archive.

Earning Continuing Education Credits

The webinars in this track are eligible for 1.5 CEs from the National Association of Social Workers at a cost of $40 per webinar. Participants will be given access to the website for purchasing these CEs in a follow-up email after completing the post-test. Employees at agencies that are formally participating in ACAF or those with financial need are eligible for a discounted rate. Ask your agency’s ACAF leadership team for your discount code to submit at the time of payment.

Here are three easy steps to earn Continuing Education Credits with the All Children - All Families Core Curriculum Track:

  1. Participate in the webinar by either:
    1. Registering for the core webinar(s) of choice below

    2. Or watch webinars on-demand by visiting the webinar archive

  2. Complete the post-test: After participating in the webinar, you will receive a follow-up email that includes a link to a post-test. NASW requires a completed post-test with a minimum score of 80% or above to earn CEs.

  3. Submit Payment & Receive Certificate: Upon completing the post-test with a score above 80%, participants will be given access to the website for payment submission through their post-test confirmation e-mail. Upon purchase, participants will be provided with a CE certificate.