Event Category: Trainings

CAPO is hosting this free webinar in partnership with the National Community Action Partnership, and as part of the Region X Training Collaborative. Wednesday, March 21, 2018 9:00 am – 10:00 am, PDT Consumer Input & Involvement in Agency Leadership is not only a core component to several of the Organizational Standards, but one of… Read more »

REGISTER TODAY! “Developing a Strategic Plan from Your Community Needs Assessment” Thursday, April 26, 2018 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Red Lion Hotel, Salem Oregon A follow up to 2017’s interactive session on Community Assessments, this workshop will enable your organization to efficiently build a strategic plan that complies with federal regulatory requirements. Just as importantly,… Read more »

This training is designed for those who work with individuals and families who desire to change their situation and become more independent and self-reliant.

When: April 11th Where: Portland, Oregon Trainer: Kevin Myren Topics to be Covered: Cost Allocation, Procurement Policies, Agency-wide Budgets, OMB Detailed information about training locations and registrations will be sent out in the next few months. To be added to our email Training Distribution list and receive upcoming training notifications, please contact Peggy Gleason.

When: May 30th Where: Salem, Oregon Trainer: Christopher Wilson Topics to be covered: How the brain keeps us safe by consistently monitoring and mapping the environment for threat and how this process is affected by trauma; what you can do as a direct service worker to increase engagement from clients with trauma histories; how to… Read more »

When: June 18th Where: Salem, Oregon Trainer: Jimmy Jones Topics to be Covered: Coordinated entry; integrated support services; FUSE; co-location philosophies; leveraging data; making coordinated entry work in rural Oregon. Detailed information about training locations and registrations will be sent out in the next few months. To be added to our email Training Distribution list… Read more »