Native American Children Training Forum
IT REQUESTS APPLICATIONS

Currently, eighteen tribes and community-based organizations participate in NACTF. These sites have received telecommunications/IT equipment and technical assistance to improve their capacity to engage in and/or provide ICWA related distance learning, professional networking and client support services.
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To meet Objective 1 of New NACTF 2017 Project Grant– Assess the technology sustainment needs of 3 regional hub sites and provide them with additional technolog. All 3 Regional Hub Sites received IT resources for Year 5.

TRAININGS

The NACTF Training Schedule 2017

Regional Blended Training

Conduct and evaluate 3 blended learning training events of up to 2 days in duration in different regions in California to serve 20 or more onsite participants and 5 or more remote participants in each session.

Date Location Subject
November 16, 2017 Santa Rosa, CA Positive Youth Development Programs for At-risk Native Children
     

Regional Hub Site Trainings

Sites to conduct a distance learning training session for 20 or more personnel from tribal programs in their regions using technology equipment and an existing project Moodle course.

Date Location Subject
October 25, 2017 Santa Ysabel, CA ICWA Qualified Expert Witness
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This project is supported with funding awarded by the federal Children's Justice Act, through the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services, with grant award CF15048670