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Supervisor Station

Welcome to Supervisor Station, the one-stop shop for Ohio Child
Welfare Supervisors.  The Supervisor Station is a hub for training
materials and resources for new and seasoned supervisors.
While many of these resources might be housed in other places
on the website,we hope that by grouping these together,
supervisors will find them easier to access and use.  This page is
divided into two main sections:

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Supervisor Resources:

Supervisor Training Transfer Indicators (TTIs):

There is a set of fundamental supervision and management knowledge and skills needed in order to be an effective supervisor. Whether on the job for two months or several years, these concepts should be regularly reviewed by a supervisor and their manager in order to achieve a high level of supervision.

How to use Training Transfer Indicator’s (TTI’s): For new supervisors, following a Supervisor Core module, use the TTI’s to assess the supervisor’s learning and application. Review the TTI’s during supervision to reinforce concepts learned during Core and apply them to every day practice. For seasoned supervisors, use the TTI’s as a conversation guide to revisit fundamental supervision and management knowledge and skills.

Under the description list the links to the Word and PDF versions of the TTI (put the TTIs in this order)

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New Supervisors:

Readiness

Supervisor-Core-Related:

Checklists, Pre/Post Training Activities, PowerPoints

Supervisor Checklists

 

Supervisor CAPMIS Quality Checklists

Staff Development:

Completing ITNAs and IDPs with Your Workers

Orientation for Caseworkers

Readiness for Caseworkers

Supervisor Companion Guide to Effective Use of Home Visits:

http://www.ocwtp.net/PDFs/Common%20Ground/Supervisors%20Companion%20Guide.pdf

 


Supervisor Training:

Supervisor Core

Module Descriptions

E-Track Tip
Did you know that you can quickly search and enroll in available sessions of these courses inside E-Track? Simply log into E-Track, and enter the appropriate learning number (e.g., 516-SC6-S) into the "What Would You Like to Learn Today" box, check the "code" button beneath that, and click "Find It." Then click "Enroll or view available dates for this learning" on the resulting screen's left-side menu to find the date and location that best meets your needs. For more information, view the E-Track Quick-Start Guide.

Ongoing Training

Once you complete Supervisor Core, the next step is completing your Supervisor Individual Training Needs Assessment (ITNA) to determine your highest-priority training needs for the next two years. The results of your ITNA will become your individual development plan (IDP) in E-Track. You'll be able to link directly from your IDP to learning interventions available to meet your identified learning needs. Get started today!

Learning Lab

511-SC1-LLS: Casework Supervision Learning Lab (6 hours)

This learning lab is designed to help participants practice applying critical thinking skills to various casework practice issues and dilemmas. The main part of the lab involves viewing a DVD entitled, Failure to Protect: The Taking of Logan Marr.   This DVD has three parts: Part One tells the tragic story of a 5-year-old girl whose death in foster care promoted the state of Maine to reexamine its child welfare policies. Part Two follows caseworkers in Bangor, Maine as they struggle to make decisions that child welfare professionals face daily. Part Three brings together national experts gathered in a town meeting to confront a hypothetical child welfare case and to explore how they would make difficult decisions. The viewing of the DVD will be interspersed with dialog and guided discussions to help participants practice critical decision-making skills as they apply to casework supervision.

While this learning is part of the Supervisor Core series, it is designed for participation by both new and seasoned supervisors. The focus is on critical thinking and decision making wiht an emphasis on supervising effective home visits. You can register for an attend the learning lab in the Core series, or you can contact your RTC to request that the learning lab be offered independently in your area.

Essential Learning

The OCWTP also has many supervision-specific opportunities for online learning through an online learning library called Essential Learning.

Contact Your RTC to determine if there is Essential Learning coursework available to meet your needs.

Coaching

Contact Your RTC to Request a Coach

Learn More about the Coaching Process

Specialized Training

Specialized and related training for supervisors is offered throughout the state. If you are allowed to travel outside of your region, you are permitted to take training at any RTC.

Specialized supervisor topic areas (classifications) and competencies can be accessed on the Universe of Competencies pages of this site, which will also direct you on how to search by competencies and classifications in E-Track.

 

 


 

 
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