We are happy to announce an online Certified Parent Peer Specialist training coming in July of 2021!

Training dates: July 9th, 12th – 16th, 19th – 23rd, 26th – 30th (5pm-8pm all training dates)

Trainers: Ginger Fobart and Rob Kaminski

Determining Eligibility and Fit

The following are required to be eligible to apply to this CPPS training:

  • Must self-identify as having personal lived experience of parenting a youth who has navigated social, emotional, behavioral, mental health and/or substance use challenges
  • Must reside in any Wisconsin county
  • Must have at least a high school diploma or GED equivalent
  • Must be 18 years of age or older

14-18 participants will be selected for this training. To be considered for selection, you must meet the basic eligibility requirements above, submit an application form, and complete an interview. There is no training registration cost for participants.

Considerations

We encourage you to familiarize yourself with the role of a Certified Parent Peer Specialist before applying. Click here to learn more about the role and work of a Certified Parent Peer Specialist.

 

When to Apply (and Deadlines/Closing)

A button will appear below this section with the words “Click Here to Apply” at the time applications open. Click that button to access the application form for this training.

Applications Open: 12pm (noon) on Friday, May 14th, 2021

Application Deadline: 12pm (noon) on Friday, June 11th, 2021

 

Possible Early Closing of Applications:

A maximum of 50 applications will be considered. If 50 applications are received prior to the application deadline (see above), the application form will automatically close and no additional applications will be received.

 

We are happy to announce an online Certified Peer Specialist training coming in June of 2021!

This online Certified Peer Specialist training is hosted by Access to Independence and will accept applications statewide.

Training dates: June 2nd-3rd, 7th-10th, 14th-17th, 21st-24th
Time: 4:30pm-8pm on all training dates

Trainers: Dominique Christian and Vic Welle

Determining Eligibility and Fit

The following are required to be eligible to apply to this CPS training:

  • Must self-identify as having navigated personal lived experience of mental health and/or substance use challenges
  • Must reside Wisconsin and be a Wisconsin resident
  • Must have at least a high school diploma or GED equivalent
  • Must be 18 years of age or older

14-18 participants will be selected for this training. Please scroll down and read “Statewide CPS Training Application Process (revised)” for more information about how applications are considered. There is no training registration cost for participants.

Considerations

We encourage you to familiarize yourself with the role of a Certified Peer Specialist before applying. Click here to learn more about the role and work of a Certified Peer Specialist.

 

When to Apply (and Deadlines/Closing)

A button will appear below this section with the words “Click Here to Apply” at the time applications open. Click that button to access the application form for this training.

Applications Open: 12pm (noon) on Friday, April 9th, 2021

Application Deadline: 12pm (noon) on Wednesday, April 14th, 2021

 

Statewide CPS Training Application Process (revised)

General, statewide, CPS trainings have reached a 50-applicant maximum extremely quickly in the past (at times in just an hour). This presented accessibility barriers related to both disability and technology access/familiarity. The following is a revised application process for these statewide CPS trainings.

This process, which includes a shorter application period, an no cap on the number of applications received, and a lottery process to determine which applications are considered by trainers, is intended to allow sufficient time for interested applicants to apply, while still honoring our trainers’ capacity in considering a maximum of 50 applicants per training. It is designed to support both accessibility and equity.

  • The application period will be five days (see “When to Apply” above).
  • There will be no cap on the number of applications received during the 5-day application period.
  • Once the application deadline passes, all applications submitted will be reviewed for basic eligibility (see “Determining Eligibility and Fit” above).
  • Applications not meeting basic eligibility will be removed from the pool of applicants.
  • If the pool of applicants that meets basic eligibility exceeds 50 total applicants, all remaining applicants will be assigned a number and enter a randomized lottery system.
  • The first 50 applicants displayed after the randomized lottery will be considered for the training, and their applications sent on to trainers for review.
  • All applicants not in the first 50 displayed will be notified that their applications will not be reviewed for this particular training and encouraged to apply for other trainings.
  • All applicants will be notified whether or not their applications will be considered within 14 days of the date applications open.

This unique application process only applies to statewide, CPS trainings not of a community-specific nature at this time. It does not apply to regional trainings, community-specific trainings, or trainings specific to a certain county or tribe.

We are happy to announce an online Certified Peer Specialist training coming in February and March of 2021!

This LGBTQ+ community-specific training is the first in a series of various community-specific Certified Peer Specialist trainings this year.

Training dates: February 19th, 22nd-26th, March 1st-5th, 8th-10th (9am-12:30pm all days)

Trainers: Victoria (Vic) Welle and Brittyn Calyx

Determining Eligibility and Fit

The following are required to be eligible to apply to this CPS training:

  • Must self-identify as LGBTQ+ (click here to learn more)
  • Must self-identify as having navigated personal lived experience of mental health and/or substance use challenges
  • Must reside in any Wisconsin county (this training is open statewide to LGBTQ+ communities)
  • Must have at least a high school dimploma or GED equivalent
  • Must be 18 years of age or older

14-18 participants will be selected for this training. To be considered for selection, you must meet the basic eligibility requirements above, submit an application form, and complete an interview. There is no training registration cost for participants.

Considerations

We encourage you to familiarize yourself with the role of a Certified Peer Specialist before applying. Click here to learn more about the role and work of a Certified Peer Specialist.

 

When to Apply (and Deadlines/Closing)

A button will appear below this section with the words “Click Here to Apply” at the time applications open. Click that button to access the application form for this training.

Applications Open: 12pm (noon) on Wednesday, December 23rd, 2020.

Application Deadline: 12pm (noon) on Wednesday, January 20th, 2021

 

Possible Early Closing of Applications:

A maximum of 50 applications will be considered. If 50 applications are received prior to the application deadline (see above), the application form will automatically close and no additional applications will be received.

We are happy to announce an online Certified Parent Peer Specialist training coming in February of 2021!

Training dates: February 1st – 5th, 8th – 12th, 15th – 19th, 22nd (9am-12pm all training dates)

Trainers: Lynn Bigboy and Paula Buege

Determining Eligibility and Fit

The following are required to be eligible to apply to this CPPS training:

  • Must self-identify as having personal lived experience of parenting a youth who has navigated social, emotional, behavioral, mental health and/or substance use challenges
  • Must reside in any Wisconsin county
  • Must have at least a high school dimploma or GED equivalent
  • Must be 18 years of age or older

14-18 participants will be selected for this training. To be considered for selection, you must meet the basic eligibility requirements above, submit an application form, and complete an interview. There is no training registration cost for participants.

Considerations

We encourage you to familiarize yourself with the role of a Certified Parent Peer Specialist before applying. Click here to learn more about the role and work of a Certified Parent Peer Specialist.

 

When to Apply (and Deadlines/Closing)

A button will appear below this section with the words “Click Here to Apply” at the time applications open. Click that button to access the application form for this training.

Applications Open: 12pm (noon) on Monday, December 7th, 2020

Application Deadline: 12pm (noon) on Monday, January 4th, 2021

 

Possible Early Closing of Applications:

A maximum of 50 applications will be considered. If 50 applications are received prior to the application deadline (see above), the application form will automatically close and no additional applications will be received.

 

We are happy to announce an online Certified Peer Specialist training coming in December 2020 and January 2021!

Training dates: This online, regional CPS training will be scheduled for December 31st, January 4th – 8th, 11th – 15th, 18th – 22nd (8:30am-11:30am all training dates). 

Applications will be accepted from people providing services in the following counties only (you need not live in these counties so long as you provide services in these counties): Buffalo, Burnett, Chippewa, Dunn, Pepin, Pierce, Polk, Rusk, and Washburn.

This training is being sponsored by Dunn County Human Services.

You must provide services in one of the above-mentioned counties, complete an application, and pass an interview to be selected for this training.

Applications Open: 12pm (noon) on Thursday, November 5th, 2020The application form will be found in this event listing at that time.

Application Deadline: 12pm (noon) on Thursday, December 3rd, 2020

Please note: Only the first 50 applications submitted will be considered.

 

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