(1) Child protection specialist supervisors are required to attend supervisory training. It is the responsibility of the division's training unit to develop, coordinate, implement, and track the completion of the initial supervisory training.
(2) All child protection specialist supervisors hired after July 1, 2021 must complete the initial supervisory training within the first year of employment as a child protection specialist supervisor.
(a) Training topics for child protection specialist supervisors include, but are not limited to:
(i) personnel management and supervision framework;
(ii) the division safety assessment model;
(iii) the division practice model; and
(iv) leadership in child welfare.
(3) Proof of successful completion of the required training hours must be provided to the division's training unit.
(4) For purposes of this rule, "division" means the Child and Family Services Division.