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Supervisor Preferences for the Design and Delivery of Training
Journal of Public Child Welfare (2009)
  • Ann E. MacEachron, Arizona State University
  • Nora Gustavsson, Arizona State University
  • Melissa Lavitt, Boise State University
  • Eli Bartle
Abstract

Although the consensus is that training for child protective services (CPS) supervisors is essential, there is an apparent gap in the literature about how the training should be delivered. Using interviews, focus groups, and a statewide survey, supervisors in Arizona identified how, when, and where they wanted training delivered and their reasons why. The preferred methods balance training within the responsibilities and time demands of the supervisor role.

Keywords
  • supervisor,
  • training,
  • methods,
  • preferences
Publication Date
April 1, 2009
Citation Information
Ann E. MacEachron, Nora Gustavsson, Melissa Lavitt and Eli Bartle. "Supervisor Preferences for the Design and Delivery of Training" Journal of Public Child Welfare Vol. 3 Iss. 2 (2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/melissa_lavitt/2/