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The Training, Resource, Advocacy, and Information Network (TRAINet), founded in 1990 by the Institute for Human Services, is the formal association of public child welfare organizations and their affiliated universities and agencies, that operate the Comprehensive, Competency-Based Inservice Training (CCBIT) System for Child Welfare.

For information about TRAINet, contact: Judith Rycus, or call 614/251-6000.
Since the creation of the first CCBIT system in Ohio in 1985, TRAINet members have contributed to the creative evolution of the CCBIT system and its products through their own innovative and collaborative development. CCBIT resources and products are typically planned, financed, developed, and field-tested jointly by trainers, training managers, and practitioners in multiple collaborating TRAINet member organizations.

The CCBIT system and its products serve as the foundation for state- and province-wide child welfare inservice training systems in over 30 states and provinces. CCBIT training resources and technologies have been published and disseminated throughout North America, and are utilized by hundreds of additional local child welfare agencies.

TRAINet's goal is to showcase and share products and technologies developed by member agencies; to continue to promote collaborative developmental efforts to enhance the CCBIT system; and, to disseminate training resources and provide technical assistance to member states and provinces.

TRAINet members share a common vision of "best practice" in child welfare, and have made a commitment to use competency-based inservice training technologies to generate, facilitate, and support strategic change in their child welfare service systems to achieve "best practice."

 
Conferences and Events

TRAINet sponsors conferences and training events for member agencies. These include intensive skill-building workshops on CCBIT technologies; sessions to showcase member agencies' programs and products; formal networking sessions; and planning sessions for collaborative development of resources.
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TRAINet Membership

Government agencies, departments, cabinets and ministries with responsibility for child welfare training and education for their respective nations, states, provinces, territories, and cities, are eligible for TRAINet membership. If these organizations delegate primary responsibility for inservice training to affiliate agencies, organizations, or universities, these affiliates are also eligible for TRAINet membership.
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TRAINet members

TRAINet members have contributed to the creative evolution of the CCBIT system and its products through their own innovative and collaborative development. CCBIT resources and products are typically planned, financed, developed, and field-tested jointly by trainers, training managers, and practitioners in multiple collaborating TRAINet member organizations.
TRAINet members

 
Brief History of TRAINet

The Training, Resource, Advocacy, and Information Network (TRAINet), founded in 1990 by the Institute for Human Services, is the formal association of public child welfare organizations and their affiliated universities and agencies, that operate the Comprehensive, Competency-Based Inservice Training (CCBIT) System for Child Welfare.
TRAINet's history


 
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