Welcome to The Alaska Training Cooperative (AKTC) Learning Management System (LMS), an online resource for training and educational opportunities in Alaska for providers who serve the beneficiaries of the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority.
The AKTC LMS is a collaboration with the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority (the Trust), UAA, UAS-Sitka, UAF and the Trust beneficiary providers statewide. The AKTC LMS is a web-based system that offers a one-stop shop of training opportunities.
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Starting July 1, 2016, all AKTC trainings will have a $10.00 increase in fees, except for ASAM, which will have a $5.00 increase.
If you are registered for an Online / Web Delivered training, you can access the online curriuclum at the AKTC Moodle site by following this link: http://moodle.aktclms.org
This training meets the State of Alaska Senior and Disability Services (SDS) Home and Community Based waiver regulations for staff training on Assistance with Self Administration of Medication. It is in compliance with state regulation 7 AAC 130.227. This training targets those working in non-licensed facilities. For more information contact Kimber at 264-6233 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Alaska Training Cooperative offers CE Credit for BH providers throughout the year. These trainings are approved as "face-to-face" CEs and are delivered to community video conferencing sites. CEs are approved by Alaska Board of Professional Counselors and Alaska Commission for Behavioral Health Certification; applied for from National Association of Social Workers Alaska Chapter.
This is a two-day training (12 hours total of staff training) for a one-year certification for new staff in crisis prevention techniques and de-escalation to assist with increasing the care, welfare safety & security.
The Alaska Training Cooperative is providing the community with a groundbreaking public education program, Mental Health First Aid, which helps the public identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illness and substance use disorders. MHFA is an interactive, eight-hour course funded by the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority and approved by the American Nurses Credentaling Center teaching participants about the risk factors and warning signs of mental health problems and provides an overview of treatment resources and options.
Youth Mental Health First Aid USA is an eight-hour public education program, intended for adults, which introduces participants to the unique risk factors and warning signs of mental health problems in adolescents, builds understanding of the importance of early intervention, and teaches individuals how to help an adolescent in crisis or who may be experiencing a mental health challenge.
Tuesday, October 4, 2016, Noon - 1PM
SAIL, Inc. First Floor Conference Room, 3225 Hospital Dr.
Call Leslie for mor information - 586-4920