Training and Professional Development
The Minnesota Department of Health Family Home Visiting program offers training, professional development, and other training related resources. For questions related to training and professional development, contact email@example.com.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Family Home Visiting E-Learning Courses
- Communities of Practice (CoP) (Revised)
- Introduction to Using the Ages Stages Questionnaires: To register WebEx training sessions, in the search box type ASQ and then press enter. A list of classes and times will appear along with a REGISTER button on the right. ASQ3 and ASQ SE2 Training Webinars Information (PDF)
- Keys to Caregiving online e-learning program (KEYS) - To gain access to Keys to Caregiving, please email your name and agency name/address to firstname.lastname@example.org. It is recommended that you have a Keys to Caregiving Study Guide in front of you for the course. This can be purchased at the NCAST Store, Keys to Caregiving Workbook.
- Parent Survey Consultation for those using Parent Survey (PDF)
- RECORDED WEBINARS:
- Healthy Sexual Development Birth through Teen for Home Visitors
- Incorporating Lead and Radon Safety Screening into a Home Visit
- Newborn Screening and Immunizations during the Prenatal Period for Home Visitors
- Family Connects Universal Newborn Nurse Home Visiting Program
- Maternal, Infant and Early Childhood Home Visiting Evaluation Final Report
- Perinatal Mental Health Risk Factors, Signs, Symptoms and Impacts
- Perinatal Mood Disorders Interventions for Home Visitors
- Perinatal Mood Disorders Screening, Assessment, Referral and Follow up for Home Visitors
- Safe Sleep Data Trends, Recommendations and Prevention Messaging for Home Visitors
- Signs and Indicators of Abuse and Neglect in Young Children for Home Visitors
- Tools and Resources for Supporting Parents in Making Child Care Choices
In-Person Classroom Training
MDH is in the process of implementing a new training registration system called eLogic. Participants in family home visiting training should now register for in-person classes using the new eLogic system. Use the eLogic End User Instructions for guidance on how to register and browse the catalog.
You will no longer be able to browse for in-person courses using the old registration system accessed through this web page. Specific information about March and April 2018 training offerings are as follows:
- If you already registered for NCAST Parent Child Interaction in March and April using the old registration system, your registration is saved and you do not need to take any further action. This training is full.
- NCAST Re-Reliability training will be held March 14-15 and April 18-19, 2018. Interested individuals must register for this training using the new eLogic registration system.
- MDH Family Home Visiting E- Learning courses such as Introduction to ASQ, Keys to Caregiving on-line, Parent Survey Consultation and recorded webinars can still be accessed through this MDH Family Home Visiting Training page.
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