Community Action Learning Suite
THE NEXT STEPS BEYOND ROMA TRAINING
There are three programs in this learning suite. You can complete each separately, but when taken together they provide the majority of what Community Action professionals need to know (beyond the basics of ROMA) for managing their agencies. This suite also provides you with a strong foundation for the focused Community Theory of Change program that will follow in 2022.
The Context of Poverty, Economic Security and Mobility - November 10, 2021 for virtual live forum plus 3 e-learning courses
The complex ecosystem of poverty, economic security and mobility makes it difficult to create change, or even to understand the factors involved. This deep dive into the fundamentals will help you think critically about your beliefs and your agency’s role within “the system” that clients must navigate, which will become the foundation for your theory of change.
Three asynchronous courses are included that can be completed at your own time:
•Working with the Context of Poverty and Economic Barriers (30 minutes)
•Understanding the Cliff Effect (45 minutes)
•A Holistic Approach to Economic Security and Well-Being (45 minutes)
Logic Models for Program Design and Accountability - December 7, 2021
On December 1, 2021, you may begin The Village and the Dragon online e-learning course, for a grounding in family-level logic models and the Community Initiative Status form (45 minutes).
Virtual live forum on December 7th, 2021, from 1:00 to 3:30 MT - Presented by Frederick Richmond and Barbara Mooney
The Logic Model is an important tool for the planning, management, and evaluation of human service agencies and is frequently a requirement for submitting a grant. You will leave with the basics of a logic model for your program and a plan for completing it.
Person-Centered/Data-Driven Organizations January 5, 2022 for start of biweekly cohort meetings and e-learning courses
Virtual live cohort meetings on January 5 & 19, February 2 & 16, 2022, from 2:00 to 3:00 MT - Presented by Frederick Richmond and Joanne McLain
A system for placing the client at the center of your operations, supported at every step by data so that every activity can be measured and analyzed, and the results can inform future practices. Your team will meet with a cohort of people working to enhance their organization, with a focus on Steps 1-11 of the PC/DD model to develop your agency flow chart.
Includes six online e-learning courses in the PC/DD Organization series.
Cost and Registration Information
The cost of participation is $475 per person for all three programs or $195 for each program.
DISCOUNT FOR TEAMS OF FOUR OR MORE: $400 per person for all three programs.
Scholarships for CAA Staff, Board Members, and Partners in Utah
Scholarships are available from Community Action Partnership of Utah for staff, board members, and partners of Community Action Agencies in Utah. Email email@example.com by October 31, 2021 to be considered for the November program.