Total CE Credit Hours: 1
Course Info URL: https://www.ce-credit.com/courses/101531
About the Course:
Serving children involved in the child welfare system calls for services and support from a variety of human service and community organizations, which is often a challenging aspect of child welfare casework. Interagency collaboration, a core principle in systems of care, focuses on bringing together and engaging critical stakeholders, such as juvenile justice, mental health, education, law enforcement, and Tribal authorities, in a coordinated and integrated effort to serve children whose needs cross multiple systems. This course, based on an issue of the publication called “A Closer Look” considers the challenges and strategies associated with building and sustaining interagency collaboration in a child welfare driven system.
This course is based on the reading-based online article, Interagency Collaboration: A Closer Look created by National Technical Assistance and Evaluation Center staff
Journal/Publisher:National Technical Assistance and Evaluation Center
Publication Date:September 2008
Course Material Author
This course is recommended for health care professionals, especially psychologists, counselors, social workers, and nurses who seek knowledge about ways child care agencies can interact in order to more effectively serve the community. It is appropriate for all levels of participants' knowledge.
After taking this course, you should be able to:
- Define interagency collaboration and explain how it can be effectively utilized in child driven systems of care.
- Describe the essential elements of interagency collaboration as presented in the course material.
- Explain and assess the challenges and strategies often faced when attempting to develop effective interagency collaborations.
All exam questions for the course are visible on this page for members of CE-Credit.com.
If you're already a member, please sign in to see the exam questions for this and all other courses.
Is this course approved for my continuing education requirements?
Yes, most likely. Look Up Your State Board for more detailed information. Logged-in site members will see the relevant approval information displayed in the Approvals tab for every course.
Do you have accommodations for my disability (ADA)?
If you are having trouble using CE-Credit.com, please contact us! We would be happy to accommodate your needs right away, and your input will help us make CE-Credit.com more accessible for future users too.
How do I enroll in this course?
Use the Enroll In This Course button and just follow the instructions! You don't pay anything until you're ready to take an exam.
What do I have to do to complete the course?
To complete the course, review the course objectives, then review the material, and then pass the exam with a score of 75% or greater and lastly complete an evaluation.
How do I access the materials?
Most of our courses are based on online articles available for free to the public. Some courses, such as those based on books, require that you purchase the material. Use the Materials tab above for more info. You don't need to enroll in the course to access materials, whether free or paid. So you always know what you're getting into before you commit to taking the exam.
How do I get my certificate?
Your certificate(s) will be available to download or email immediately when you pass the course exam and complete the evaluation.
Can I contact you for more help?
Yes! Use the Help widget at the bottom-right of the screen anywhere on CE-Credit.com to search our help docs, or to ask our support team for help. Unlike most of our competitors, CE-Credit.com has live US-based support reps to help you by email, chat, or phone.