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The ROMA E-Course is Phase I of the training and certification process.
During Phase One, Candidates in the ROMA Certification Process will complete six or eight modules of the on-line E-Course.
The E-Course is designed to provide a foundation of understanding of the basic content of the Introduction to ROMA* training curriculum.
- Phase I must be completed prior to the Classroom Session (which is Phase II). A proposed schedule for completion will be provided upon acceptance.
- Candidates are assigned an on-line instructor who provides support via a "notebook" feature that is accessible on each page of the course.
- Throughout the course, there are questions for the candidate to answer to check understanding of the concepts. These questions are not graded in any way, as the purpose of the questions is to demonstrate content knowledge as a foundation for the rest of the phases, and not to evaluate current knowledge.
If you are interested in becoming a Certified ROMA Trainer, please complete the form under the Application tab.
Once your application is reviewed, you will be provided with a user name and password to access the E-Course.
If you have already applied and received your username and password you can log in here.
*The Introduction to ROMA curriculum is the basis of the NPtP Training and Certification Project. The curriculum was developed by Frederick Richmond, President, The Center for Applied Management Practices, Inc. (CAMP) in 1994. It was modified with funding from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Office of Community Services, under the direction of the Community Action Association of Pennsylvania (CAAP), beginning in 1999. The current version of the curriculum is a collaboration between Mr. Richmond and Dr. Barbara Mooney, NPtP Project Director. This material is protected by copyright. The full curriculum, including Trainer Manual and Participant Manual, will be provided to candidates for use in Phases Two - Four when they have completed the E-Course.