FAST Reference Guide Development & Training

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Description

This proposal is to support South Carolina Department of Social Services (SC-DSS) in its implementation of the Family Advocacy Support Tool (FAST) as an assessment and referral/triage tool in its trauma informed, evidence-based social services. The following steps are proposed in the use of the Transformational Collaborative Outcomes Management (TCOM) framework for this process. 1. CANS Technical Assistance and Consultation. • Michael J. Cull, PhD will serve as the FAST implementation lead, providing consultation to SC-DSS leadership on areas of implementation including (but not limited to): integration of TCOM and the FAST in workflows, practice, policies and procedures; participate in meetings and workgroups with SC-DSS leadership and other stakeholders and develop materials as needed to facilitate the implementation of the CANS. • Other members of the team will provide targeted technical assistance, consultation, and support to address specific phases of the implementation, including: i. Workforce Development: 1. Reference Guide: Technical Assistance and Consultation 2. FAST Training (remote) July – October 2020 2. Reference Guide Technical Assistance & Consultation. • April D. Fernando, PhD and the Workforce Development team will provide technical assistance and consultation for the development of a South Carolina FAST Reference Guide and online certification course o Development of the South Carolina FAST Reference Guide o Development of the South Carolina FAST online certification Course for TCOMTraining.com July – August 2020 3. FAST Training. • After completion of the South Carolina FAST Reference Guide and online certification course, Mark Lardner, Sr. Policy Analyst, will provide remote training, and FAST coaching support as follows: i. Two TCOM Overview & South Carolina FAST Orientation trainings, up to 25 trainees per training event, maximum 1. Training events will be split into two half-day sessions each. 2 2. Complimentary access to the Praed Foundation Collaborative Training Website will be provided, up to a maximum of 300 users, access to expire 30-days post in-person training date. ii. Two (2) FAST Training of Trainers (TOT), up to 25 trainees maximum; training events will be split into two (2) half-day sessions each. iii. Registration for the training events will be provided by the Praed Foundation on the TCOMTraining.com website. • Training dates to be determined by SC-DSS. • Upon completion of the South Carolina FAST training, the TCOM team will administer the Collaborative Helping Quality Inventory (CHQ-In) Survey to assess the implementation, and identify areas needing additional support.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date11/1/1910/31/20

Funding

  • South Carolina Department of Social Services: $13,597.00

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