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OCSE Training Courses for Tribal IV-D Directors

Published: July 15, 2010
Information About:
Tribal Child Support Agencies
Topics:
Case Management, Enforcement, Locate, Paternity Establishment, Intergovernmental/Interstate
Types:
Training
Tags:
Toolkit & Training, Tribal Training

Welcome to the web-based child support training developed especially for tribes. Your partnership in bringing tribal child support programs to your communities is an important step toward creating a better world for all our children.  The federal Office of Child Support Enforcement has developed five computer-based and web-based training courses targeted for tribal child support caseworkers and other interested individuals. The training is organized around procedures in the final rule for Tribal Child Support Enforcement Programs published in the Federal Register on March 30, 2004 (69 FR 16638) implementing section 455(f) of the Social Security Act.

Each course begins with a welcome from the commissioner and has several modules. Within each module, there are lessons. To maximize learning efficiency and retention, at the end of each module is a quiz.  Users are encouraged to work through the modules sequentially.

The target audience for this training includes start-up tribal IV-D programs and comprehensive tribal IV-D program staff, tribal caseworkers, members of the National Tribal Child Support Association and anyone who is interested in learning about tribal IV-D programs.

Note:  The training requires Adobe Flash Player to be downloaded and installed before viewing the training.

To begin, choose from the following courses:

Course 1 - Orientation

Course 2 - Locate

Course 3 - Paternity

Course 4 - Enforcement

Course 5 - Intergovernmental Child Support Cases