This mini-course aims to provide learners with an understanding of outcomes, an approach to one’s goals/vision through purposeful and measurable activity. Frontline workers are given material that relates their role with the outcomes of services. A clear recognition of the link between their work and the achievement of outcomes leads to more effective practice in Community Disability Services.
The learning objectives of this material include
This mini-course is available online and takes approximately three hours to complete. The course includes guides, activities, and a final exam.
This course is the train-the-trainer equivalent for Outcomes Training. It is designed to provide a language and a set of tools for learners to facilitate the prioritization of outcomes, data-driven decision making, and assessment within their organization. Non-profit organizations face increasing accountability to “show their impact” to governments, donors, and stakeholders. To respond to higher standards, the vision for this course is for service providers to have an in-house trainer with the ability to complete data collection, as related to service provision and the Creating Excellence Together accreditation standards.
Participants will learn practical and intentional approaches to setting and achieving goals. These approaches can and will be applied in both personal and professional contexts so that they become comfortable applying theory to practice. Participants will be able to bring the tools and activities back to their organization to support their staff in working with outcomes.
By completing this course, learners will be able to
This course is available online. It includes reflection activities and a final exam.