Join us for our first CTI webinar hosted by the Center for the Advancement of Critical Time Intervention on Monday March 30th from 1 pm to 2:30 pm ET. CTI experts Sally Conover and Kimberly Livingstone will lead a discussion about methods for monitoring and improving quality in CTI programs. They will also provide information about training on the CTI Fidelity Scale.
Archive for training
T3 will once again be holding its instructor-led online CTI course this spring. Co-led by CACTI staff, this five-week course brings together national CTI experts, a team-based learning approach, and engaging multimedia technology to promote an in-depth understanding of the CTI model.
A new CTI Implementation Self-Assessment tool is now available to help CTI teams to assess the degree to which their programs adhere to the practices and principles of the CTI model.
Last month CACTI director Daniel Herman and advisory board member Helle Thorning visited the Danish National Center for Social Research in Copenhagen, where they delivered three days of training to trainers, practitioners, administrators and evaluators to support a national CTI implementation effort.
T3, a training partner of CACTI, will be holding its instructor-led online course in CTI this fall. Co-led by CACTI staff, this five-week online course fosters peer-to-peer interactions during webcasts.
This 5-session instructor-led course will give your agency the tools it needs to implement CTI. It brings together national CTI experts, a team-based learning approach, and engaging multimedia technology. The course covers CTI principles, evidence for CTI, phases of CTI, and skills for implementation. Read flyer to learn more. To register, click here.
Our colleagues at the Center for Social Innovation will be offering a free webinar on July 12 from noon to 1PM eastern time that will describe the key elements in delivering CTI to high-risk families and introduce a web-based family CTI course that will be offered this coming fall. More information and registration details are
The Center for Social Innovation, Inc., has announced that the next offering of its intensive, instructor-led online course will run between February 6 and March 26th, 2012. Bringing together national CTI experts, a team-based learning approach, and engaging multi-media technology, the course provides agencies with the tools needed to implement CTI in their organization. Download
A nice two-minute video produced by the Center for Social Innovation to promote its web-based CTI training course.
The Supportive Services for Veteran Families Program is a new VA program that will award grants to private non-profit organizations and consumer cooperatives who will provide supportive services to very low-income veterans and their families residing in or transitioning to permanent housing. Organizations will receive grants to provide a range of supportive services, including CTI,