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NEORTC Foster Parent Training


Caregiver Registration Process

NEORTC provides both E-Track and non-E-Track trainees (guests) with Preservice and Ongoing Caregiver Training listings to help those with E-Track access search and register for training in E-Track, and to make guests aware of NEORTC training opportunities.

Winter 2020 Preservice Training

Winter 2020 Ongoing Training

 

NEORTC Building

NEORTC's Location at Summit County Children Services


Agency Updates:

Mahoning County CSBParking is available in the parking deck behind the building. Enter the lot after waiting patiently for the parking arm to raise. Drive through the lot and park in the parking deck. Enter the building through the doors on your left. Take the elevator to the third floor for training.

Wayne County CSBThe elevator at Wayne County Children Services will be out of service beginning approximately 2/17/20 through 4/17/20.  If you are attending training at our building during this time and are unable to use the stairs, please know that we will accommodate you in a room on the first floor where you can watch the training from a video feed.  If you know you will need this accommodation, please call our agency at 330-345-5340 and let us know before the day of the training.

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Calendar Updates:

Portage County – "Effective Communication", originally scheduled for Tuesday January 21, has been RESCHEDULED for Monday, February 24 from 6pm to 9pm at 253 S. Chestnut Street, Ravenna.

Holmes County – "Talk, Talk, Talk: What's too Much? Issues of Confidentiality for Foster Parents", originally scheduled for Tuesday March 24, has been RESCHEDULED for Tuesday, March 10 from 6pm to 9pm.

Portage County – "Managing Infertility Grief and Loss as a Foster and Adoptive Parent" has been ADDED for Wednesday, April 22 from 6pm to 9pm.

Summit County – "How to Create a Culturally Aware Family" has been ADDED for Friday, April 17 from 9am to 12pm and 1pm to 4pm. You only need to attend one session. This is a Joint Foster Parent/Staff training.

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Registration:

For those WITH E-Track Access (public-agency caregivers and public/private-licensed adoptive parents):

Use the above listings as a reference ONLY. You will then need to follow your agency's guidelines to enroll for training in E-Track. To learn more about E-Track, how to access it, and how to use it, visit the E-Track Training Page for Caregivers and Adoptive Parents. Or, if you are already familiar with how to use E-Track, go directly to E-Track to register.

For those WITHOUT E-Track Access (private-agency caregivers, kinship providers, and other visitors):

Please reference the listings linked above and contact NEORTC Training Coordinator Julie Hayden, 330-379-1976, jhayden@summitkids.org for more information on any sessions listed. To register for a particular training session, call the Registration line at 1-866-294-3787 or Vickie Webb at 330-379-1935.  Please leave a voice mail message with your name, agency, telephone number, email address and training you want to attend.


IMPORTANT REMINDER:

Please be advised that NEORTC (Northeast Ohio Regional Training Center as part of the Ohio Child Welfare Training Program) needs to enforce the rules for training, especially regarding attendance and cell phone usage during training. As you attend training you will notice that rules are posted in the lobby and in training rooms. These are, and have been, standard procedures throughout the State of Ohio for OCWTP since 1986, and we are required to abide by them.

Specifically, we have been asked to disallow cell phone/pager usage during training so please turn off cell phones and pagers while training is in session. You may return calls at scheduled break times or during lunch. 

Training room doors will be closed when training begins at 9 AM. As you may know, there is a "15 minute rule" for training that states a participant cannot miss more than 15 minutes of a one day or multi day training and still receive credit for the training. However, trainers have the right to refuse participants late entry into training even if it falls within the 15 minute rule. Bottom line: to be on the safe side, be here at 9 AM for the beginning of training and be sure to return from breaks and lunch on time.

Feel free to contact NEORTC if you have questions about NEORTC or the training rules for participants. These rules are not meant to be punitive to any individual but rather, are aimed at ensuring there is a positive learning environment for all participants. We appreciate your cooperation. Thank you.

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