5th Annual UT Child Welfare Conference
You are cordially invited to join us for the 5th Annual UT Child Welfare Conference!
In the Child Welfare field, we encounter youth who are disproportionally represented in the system or do not have access to the resources they need due to their status or identity. As a child welfare practitioner, researcher and /or advocate it is essential that we learn more about their experiences and learn the skills needed to guide them to successful outcomes. This is why we are focusing on best practices for empowering ALL youth by breaking barriers and building resilience. please join your colleagues for a day of interactive skills-based workshops, an inspiring keynote and numerous networking opportunities!
Date: November 3rd, 2017
Location: Seton Administrative Offices (SAO) Auditorium
1345 Philomena Street
Austin, TX 78723
CEUS: 5.0 Continuing Education Credits for social workers. To receive CEUs, attendees must get their CEU cards signed for each session and complete a session evaluation.
Price: $20 Early Bird Registration // $25 after October 23rd
#CWConf17 is SOLD OUT! We are working on getting a few more spots, so if you are interested in going, please sign up on the waitlist!
Check out the conference schedule here!
Learn more about our keynote speaker here!
Help us promote the conference by using the #CWConf17 Media toolkit! -You can win free admission to the conference!
If you’d like to pay by either check or purchase order from your organization please use this form and send to Shannon Mann-Butler. Requests must be made before Wednesday, October 18, 2017.
About the UT Child Welfare Conference:
The UT Child Welfare Conference seeks to unite research & practice and promote resilience in children and families. The Texas Institute for Child & Family Wellbeing (TXICFW) has been able to this free high quality continuing education opportunity for local professionals, students, advocates and researchers interested in child welfare the past few years.
Who Attends?: For the past 5 years 150-200 local child welfare practitioners, researchers, and advocates join us for our annual conference.
What: The conference offers high-quality professional development workshops throughout the day after the conference keynote session. Lunch and networking opportunities included.
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