The mission of the Child Support Training Partnership is to advance the current and future state of child support pedagogy through networking, communication, and collaboration.
The purpose of the Child Support Training Partnership is to formalize the process of collaboration among organizations who provide training to child support workers by expanding resources, strengthening training strategies, sharing knowledge, and promoting opportunities to network.
News and Updates
August 24, 2017: The next CSTP meeting will be held Thursday, August 24, 2017, 10-11 a.m. CST. Topics include continuous improvement, phone collections training, and others.
November 17, 2016: CSTP Meeting
September 20, 2016: A forum to discuss child support training ideas, share ideas with other child support trainers, and discuss networking opportunities is now available! If interested, please join the forum. Note that the content of the forum is only accessible to members.
August 16, 2016: Stakeholders in numerous child support offices collaborated from across the United States to learn more about individual state’s child support trainings, programs, and more. Discussion also included ideas on how states and stakeholders could collaborate with each other to share ideas and information. To learn more about the discussion, watch the video below. You can also download a copy of the meeting’s minutes or chat transcript for more information.
August 15, 2016: Members of the Child Welfare Research and Training Project, with Iowa State University, are interested in learning from other Child Support trainers around the United States. As a result, a brief, online survey was constructed and email invitations were sent to 102 CS training representatives from 43 states and territories, and 61 tribal groups.
Read about the results of the survey here: CSTP_Report_August_9