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.
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.
|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.
|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