By Christopher N. Osher, Jennifer Brown and Jordan Steffen
The Denver Post
An academy set up three years ago to train Colorado's child welfare workers will undergo an overhaul in the hopes of improving protection for abused and neglected children, state officials said.
The state suffers from a lack of "consistent training" in key areas and also needs to dramatically improve training of foster parents, caseworkers and managers at all levels of experience, Colorado Department of Human Services executive director Reggie Bicha recently told a key legislative committee. . . . Read more:Colorado's child protection training academy getting overhaul - The Denver Posthttp://www.denverpost.com/news/ci_22352246/colorados-child-protection-training-academy-getting-overhaul#ixzz2Ievp72mS