Title IV-E Integrative Seminars and Trainings
Title IV-E students are required to attend monthly seminars. Training Seminars will address mandated at risk training, to supplement the student's generalist education with valuable information that will expand the student's child welfare knowledge and provide students with an opportunity to integrate theory with practice.
Additional Title IV-E seminars are required during the academic year to supplement the field seminars by offering foundation and advanced child welfare practice training. These seminar hours do not count as part of the 16 or 24 field practicum hours.
Title IV-E Child Welfare Training Seminars
2014-2015 AY Seminar Schedule is available on Canvas.
The Forensic Human Services Certification Program is jointly sponsored by the Santa Clara County Social Services Agency, San Jose State University Graduate School of Social Work, the Santa Clara County Superior Court, and the Office of the County Counsel.
The purpose of the Forensic Human Certificate Program is to teach child welfare professionals how to prepare and present effective assessments in a forensic setting. The program emphasizes the need for factual, strength-based, family centered, and culturally sensitive assessments, while operating within a complex and challenging legal system. For more information, please contact Pnina Green, Project Coordinator.