The Alaska Core Competencies are a set of essential skills for DSPs (direct support providers or direct support professionals) who deliver services to persons with mental health and substance use conditions, intellectual and physical disabilities, and older adults who need long-term services and support.
There are 10 broad competency categories which are broken down into 42 individual competencies, and then each competency is defined by behavioral descriptors. This is a unique feature which allows workers to understand what it looks like to perform at the Excellent, Satisfactory, and Unsatisfactory levels.
Please Note. Registrations for the Online Alaska Core Competencies are non-transferable. If you are unable to attend after you have registered and made payment, you must follow the AKTC refund policy of notifying the training coordinator or AKTC Support within two working days prior to the training date. You will then be withdrawn from the training and issued a refund. Your registration may not be transferred to an alternate staff member. Thank you.
This training will cover Alaska Core Competency #2: Assessing Strengths and Needs
There is a participant minimum paid registration requirement for this class. If the minimum is not met the training will be cancelled and participants will be notified.
AK Core Competency August Series:
For more information about this training, please contact:
Tom McRoberts, MSW
Riki Chapman, BSW
Training Materials – Training Evaluation – Certificate of Completion. All participants are required to access the AKTC e-Learning Portal, https://ttclms.remote-learner.net, in order to review training materials prior to the training. After the training, use the Portal to complete the training evaluation and print the Certificate of Completion. Log in with the same username (username or email address) and password used to register for the training. Please allow 15 minutes for the system to update payment information before accessing the e-Learning Portal.
Please contact AKTC Support, 907-264-6244, if you need assistance.
Web-Conference Information. This training will be delivered as a live, interactive web-conference using Zoom. You must prepare for the webinar prior to the day of the training. Web-conference connection information is available in the AKTC e-Learning Portal after your registration and payment are processed. To confirm your attendance and receive credit for taking the training you must be prepared to identify yourself and participate as requested during the training. You must be logged on and prepared with a camera and microphone (or a headset) prior to the start of training. You may connect by phone if necessary, but you must be able to participate verbally when requested. See further instructions in the AKTC e-Learning Portal.
Please plan to log into the Zoom web-conference 15-20 minutes before the training start time.
Using Zoom. Zoom can be used on a PC or Mac, laptop, IPad, tablet or smart phone and requires an Internet connection, a microphone and preferably a camera (most devices have a built-in mic and camera).
For more information about Zoom or to download the software, go to https://zoom.us.
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To view a video on how to join a meeting go to: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362193-How-Do-I-Join-A-Meeting.