CALL FOR WORKSHOPS
The Oklahoma Indian Child Welfare Association Conference Planning Committee is seeking presenters for the 14th Annual Oklahoma Indian Child Welfare Conference entitled “2021 Seeking Unity Through Resilience, Reconciliation, and Perseverance” held in Tulsa, Oklahoma on November 17-19, 2021.
The conference goal is to promote the Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978 (ICWA) and Oklahoma Indian Child Welfare Act of 1982 (OICWA) through practices, laws, policies, historical reference, trauma resilience, tribal sovereignty, cultural preservation and services. Ultimately, our purpose is to promote collaborations through education with Tribal Child Welfare and all disciplines, such as state agencies, behavioral health, law enforcement, officers to the court, juvenile justice, and therapeutic care.
This year’s conference will seek approval for Continuing Legal Education (CLE), Continuing Education (CEU) for licensed social work, behavioral health and counseling, and Counsel on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET) credit hours.
In order for your workshop to be considered, this application and all attachments must be completed and submitted. Each submission will be reviewed by the OICWA Conference Planning Committee for final approval.
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