Portland State University. School of Social Work
Date of Publication
Master of Social Work (MSW)
Social workers -- Oregon, Social work education -- Oregon, Children -- Institutional care -- Oregon
1 online resource (29 leaves, 28 cm.)
National movement and local demands indicated the necessity of training programs for child care workers (herein referred to as CCW's) in Oregon. In 1966, the "First National Survey of Children's Residential Institution" was done by Pappenforst & Kilpatrick. This survey showed that the primary concern of directors of children's institution was the quality of CCW's. A national conference was held in Cleveland in 1967 to study the characteristics essential to excellent performance and make recommendations for training programs of CCW's in residential treatment for children.There have been numerous expressions of the demands for training programs in Oregon by directors of agenciesas well as the Oregon Association of Child Care Workers. (herein referred to as OACCW).
The objective of this research was to study residential child care in Oregon as a service delivery system, and to study the manpower element of the system in relation to the development of a feasible training program for CCW's serving now or in the future in various private or public residential child care agencies in Oregon.
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Cho, Song K., "Residential child care manpower and training needs" (1971). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 1453.