The Florida Institute for Child Welfare (Institute) is seeking proposals from qualified agencies and professionals for the redesign and development of its website to support a statewide professional development platform for child welfare professionals. This platform will provide on-going and on-demand support to Florida’s child welfare workforce, including e-learning certification courses, webinars, interdisciplinary training, and innovative technology solutions to prepare and assist employees as they face the complexities of their work.
The Institute, housed in the Florida State University College of Social Work, was established in 2014 by the Florida Legislature with the mission to promote safety, permanency, and well-being among the children and families of Florida that are involved in the child welfare system. By collaborating with community agencies and statewide organizations, the Institute translates and disseminates evidence-based knowledge throughout Florida’s child welfare system in order to improve child welfare outcomes and services.
Since its inception, the Institute has focused on interdisciplinary research, policy analysis, and program evaluation. The Institute’s scope and mission will be expanded to include a learning management system to support child welfare professionals more directly through its professional development initiative.
For full details and submission instructions, please refer to the Request for Proposals.
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