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ANCRT Newsletter

Know News is Good News V6 - Feb. 2020 (pdf)
Reminder about Spring ICEP, Notice of NCRI Recertification on-line portal open, follow up about activities in Puerto Rico.

Know News is Good News V5 - Dec. 2019 (pdf)
Report from ICEP Oct 2019; information about Spring 2020 ICEP; update on new material regarding Implementing ROMA

Know News is Good News V4 - Summer 2019 (pdf)
Identifies the workshops we will be presenting at the CAP Convention, and several updates about CSBG activities across the network.  More Info 

Know News is Good News V3 - April_May2019 (pdf)
This issue is a brief recap of the Spring ICEP in Oklahoma City, OK.  More Info 

Know News is Good News V2 - Feb. 2019 (pdf)
This is the second edition of the ANCRT newsletter.  More Info 

Know News is Good News V1 - Nov2018 (PDF)
This is the first edition of the ANCRT Newsletter.
Use the Contact Us tab for suggestions about what you'd like to see in upcoming editions.
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Awards

2019 NASCSP Awards (jpeg)
Dr. Barbara Mooney was selected as the 2019 recipient of the Ann Kagie CSBG Award given on behalf of the members of the National Association for State Community Services Programs (NASCSP).  More Info 



Recertification

NCRT Recertification Procedures
If you were certified or re certified prior to December 2015, you should have already completed the "Recertification 2018" process.
-- NCRTs who have not done so, will be made inactive as of January 31, 2019.
(This will mean that you no longer have access to the Network Login tab and other tabs that require your log in. Use the Contact Us tab to set up a time to discuss reactivation.)

If you were certified after December 2015, you will be due for re certification at the three year mark following your original certification date.
-- That is if you were certified originally in January 2016 you are due for recertification January 2019. February 2016 will be due for recertification February 2019 and so on.

Check My Info tab for your certification information.
Find more information and link to apply at the Recertification tab. http://www.roma-nptp.org/re-cert_quiz_2018_application.html
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Acknowledgements NCRT (pdf)
NCRTs will be asked to complete the attached form and submit with payment of the Recertification Fee.

NCRI Recertification - coming in 2020
There will be no need for recertification for NCRIs until January of 2020. Anyone certified in the pilot year (2016) and then in 2017 will start being ready for recertification.

The format for reporting on input is currently in development. Survey Monkey questionnaires have been distributed to some NCRIs as a test to determine how best to ask for data from the NCRIs. More information will be provided here as it is finalized.




Learn about becoming a Nationally Certified ROMA Implementer

Considerations - before applying (word)
Please review the attached document. This is the result of discussions with individuals who have become NCRIs and with their supervisors. We are hearing that sometimes the person selected to take the Implementer training was not the person who will have a role in the actual ROMA work at the agency. This document raises some ideas for individuals and agencies to consider

4 phases of the NCRI training (doc)
See attached information about the four phases for the NCRI level. If you are interested in more information, use "contact us."

Compare two levels (docx)
Brief comparison between NCRT and NCRI. Use "contact us" for questions and comments.

Understanding the commitment - NCRI (pdf)
When you have read the information about the process of becoming and continuing to remain an active Nationally Certified ROMA Implementer, please print and sign the acknowledgement form. This will become a part of your application.



Learn about becoming a Nationally Certified ROMA Trainer

Roles of Trainers (word)
After thinking about roles and activities that the NCRIs can be engaged in, we looked back at the Trainers to think about what individuals and agencies should consider before sending an individual to become a Nationally Certified ROMA Trainer.

Information on 4 Phases - NCRT (word)

Memo to Potential NCRT Candidates (word)
Memo that can be used for recruitment of new NCRT candidates.

Understanding the commitment - NCRT (pdf)
When you have read the information about the process of becoming and continuing to remain an active Nationally Certified ROMA Trainer, please print and sign the acknowledgement form. This will become a part of your application.



Application process

Are you ready to apply?
We are now accepting applications for new candidates for two levels the National Peer to Peer ROMA Training and Certification program.

If you feel you would be an asset to our network, as either a Trainer or an Implementer, please submit your information at the Application Tab of this site.

When you go to the Application Tab, you should be prepared to enter a few things:
You will need to enter the name and email address of specific individuals who will support you: your employer/immediate supervisor, the state Association, and the CSBG office.
You will need to upload documentation of prior training experience and knowledge of the CAA network in the form of a resume.

Once you apply and are approved, either you/your agency or someone on your behalf must submit an application fee (NCRT, $995.00; NCRI, $775.00).

Question? Use the "Contact Us" tab.




Information about Phase 2 Classroom Session

NCRT - Three Day Phase 2 (word)
Phase 2 "classroom sessions" for the NCRT level of certification are three days in length. Participants are expected to attend from 8:30 to 5:00 each day. This is an intense experience, that may include evening preparation with Mentors and Master Trainers. The document here shows a sample schedule for the three days.

Supporting an NCRT (Trainer) Cohort (word)
This is a sample agreement between the National Peer to Peer ROMA Project and local (could be state wide or regional) entity who will assist in bringing the Phase 2 of the training project together.

NCRI - One Day Phase 2 (word)
The Classroom session for NCRI level is only one day in length. It is the bridge between the knowledge acquired in the e-course and the production of a portfolio to demonstrate competence. Candidates begin to use their own documents to demonstrate their understanding of ROMA Principles and Practices.
this is the draft agenda for the day.


Supporting Local NCRI Cohort (word)
Sample agreement regarding the NCRI cohort, including the role of the "host" at the Phase 2 session



Be a Mentor

Invitation to Mentor (word)

Mentor Activities (word)
A quick overview of mentor activities for candidates.