Frequently Asked Questions
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Affiliate staff must attend Foundational and Model Implementation training. Curriculum Subscribers may only attend Foundational and Foundational 2 trainings.
Follow these registration instructions.
Update your existing affiliate program plan and send to your assigned Technical Assistance and Training Specialist.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out who is your affiliate’s technical assistance specialist.
The APR is due by August 15th and then your affiliate must renew your affiliate status by September 30th each year. Don’t forget to have your parent educators renew their subscriptions as well.
In O.L.I.V.E.R., access the Model Implementation Workspace. Here you will find the Supervisors Handbook, PAT Records and Reflective Supervision resources.
The APR is due by August 15th and then your affiliate must renew your affiliate status by September 30th each year. Don’t forget to have your parent educators renew their subscription as well!
Go to the PAT records in Data in Motion. All affiliates must use the PAT records as of July 1, 2019.
Each year parent educators are required to renew their subscription to the curriculum. This applies to affiliate staff and curriculum subscribers. In addition, affiliate programs must also complete a renewal and pay an affiliate fee to maintain their affiliate status.
Unfortunately no, if you are part of an affiliate program, you may not serve families until you have attended Foundational and Model Implementation training.
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Shadowing gives prospective or new home visitors the opportunity to:
- understand their role better
- make sure the work is a good fit
- become comfortable visiting different families’ homes
- learn from more experienced staff
Shadowing also gives experienced home visitors a reflection partner to help identify strengths and support areas of growth.
Visit the Start Early Professional Learning Network portal (formerly known as the Ounce Institute).