NICWA has developed trainings on a variety of topics related to American Indian child welfare.
Training Institutes are professional development workshop series designed specifically for American Indian child welfare workers in reservation, urban, and rural settings. Training Institutes are offered 3-4 times per year at locations throughout the nation.
NICWA trainers and speakers can provide a wide range of trainings and technical assistance (TA) to tribes upon request.
This course presents the provisions of the Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978 (ICWA) in the order a child welfare worker might encounter them in an ICWA case.