New Lectures in the APSAC Certificate Program & Lecture Series | December 9, 2020
Join us on December 9 from 1:30 to 5 PM ET for the next two lectures in the APSAC Certificate Program.
1. Racism Amid Child Welfare Oversight: The Impact on Black Children and Families
This session will address the prevalence of disproportionality within the child welfare system as a result of systemic racism and oppression embedded in such institutions. Participants will be introduced to ways in which systemic racism impacts Black child welfare involved children and families and will brainstorm ideas for improving outcomes.
2. Disproportionate Representation: The Intersection of Race, Religion, and Region in America's Welfare System
Description Coming Soon. Psychology and Social Work CE credits are available for these sessions. Participants must attend in-person to receive credits. Participants will receive a certificate after attending 8 hours of sessions. Participants have the option to attend the sessions live or to view recordings on APSAC's Learning Management System (LMS). Only individuals who join the live session will be eligible to earn CE credit.