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Registration for HFA Implementation Training - Phoenix, AZ, February 11-13, 2020

• CHANGE IN TRAINING LOCATION (as of 12/05/19):

West 101 (the building's name and it's located besides a Courtyard by Marriott hotel)
AZ Department of Child Safety
1860 N. 95th Lane (room on 2nd floor)
Phoenix, AZ 85037
(Also, it was recommended that participants give themselves some extra time since the room is a bit more hidden than usual. We appreciate your patience and understanding! 😊)

PLEASE BE AWARE OF THE FOLLOWING:

• This registration page is ONLY for the HFA Implementation Training scheduled for February 11-13 in Phoenix, Arizona!
• The registration DEADLINE is January 8, 2019.
• Registration is capped at 30 attendees.
• Please submit ONE implementation training request per person.
• If you have any questions or concerns about the training, please contact Maritza Noriega either by e-mail at mnoriega@preventchildabuse.org or by phone at (520) 470-7480.
THIS TRAINING IS NOW FULL & CLOSED. IF INTERESTED IN BEING ADDED TO WAIT LIST, CONTINUE "REGISTERING" ON THIS PAGE FOR THE WAIT LIST. HFA Implementation Training
WHERE & WHEN?

• CHANGE IN TRAINING LOCATION (as of 12/05/19):

West 101 (the building's name and it's located besides a Courtyard by Marriott hotel)
AZ Department of Child Safety
1860 N. 95th Lane (room on 2nd floor)
Phoenix, AZ 85037
(Also, it was recommended that participants give themselves some extra time since the room is a bit more hidden than usual. We appreciate your patience and understanding! 😊)

• Date: February 11-13, 2020

• Times: 8:30am-4:30pm for Day 1 and Day 2; 8:30am-2:30pm for Day 3

DESCRIPTION OF THE IMPLEMENTATION TRAINING?

The Healthy Families America National Office is very pleased to announce the availability of HFA Implementation Training. This training is designed for program managers who are newer to their role, but can also benefit any program manager who wants to be up-to-date with all HFA standards. The training is also beneficial for any leadership staff interested in learning more about implementation of the Healthy Families America model.

Think of it like HFA boot camp (with some fun thrown in!)...an opportunity to become intensely immersed in HFA, the expectations of the model, and the responsibilities of an HFA leader, all while developing relationships with National Office staff and a network of support from other program manager colleagues throughout the country. Participants will also receive an HFA Site Development Guide, newly updated, and access to other resources aimed at making a program manager's work a bit easier.

Intensive core training for program managers has been requested by the field for many years and is now required as part of the HFA BPS (standard 10-5). We are pleased to make this training available a minimum of 3 times a year, with additional offerings based on need.

Those attending the training will:

• Become familiar with the HFA mission, vision, goals and logic model,
• Understand the benefits and processes of HFA affiliation and accreditation,
• Learn the building blocks needed for program infrastructure, i.e., target population, staffing patterns, budgeting, community partnership and advisory group, Quality Improvement (QI) processes (process and outcome data, etc. ), and
• Learn strategies for assuring quality implementation the HFA Best Practice Standards

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THIS TRAINING?

• Registration is limited to 30 individuals and is filled on a first come, first serve basis.

HOW MUCH DOES THE TRAINING COST?

Tuition is $750 per person and includes:
• A two hour distance learning module completed prior to attending,
• The three day in-person training, and
• All training materials.
• Once you register, you will be receiving a confirmation email from Maritza Noriega with information about the training. Four to six (4-6) weeks before the training, you will receive an invoice from Phyllis Medrano. To request an earlier invoice, contact Phyllis Medrano at pmedrano@preventchildabuse.org. Once you submit this registration, you will be accepting the Cancellation Policy's terms and conditions, including responsibility for notifying Maritza Noriega ASAP via email (at mnoriega@preventchildabuse.org) with any changes in participant status.
Cancellation Policy
When trainees submit a registration for training, they are accepting the Cancellation Policy's terms and conditions, including responsibility for notifying Maritza Noriega (HFA Training Manager) as quickly as possible via email with any changes in participant status. For trainees needing to cancel a training registration, the Cancellation Policy timing begins with the date and time stamp on the cancellation request email received by Maritza Noriega. Cancellation Fees are calculated by:

- Cancellations received at least 30 days prior to training: no fee.
- Cancellations received 0-29 days prior to training: fee will be 100% of training cost.
- Substitutions that do not require additional invoicing will be permitted at no cost.
Wait List Policy
Each training has a specific maximum number of participants. If registrations beyond the maximum number of participants are received, HFA provides a Wait List opportunity.

Once a training is at its capacity, those wishing to register will receive a Wait List email that confirms a spot on the Wait List based on the date the registration request is received. At this point, trainee responsibilities include:

(1) Confirm with Maritza Noriega (via email) the desire to remain on the Wait List.
(2) Wait listed staff will receive an email from Maritza Noriega if a cancellation occurs.
(3) Wait listed staff will confirm or release the wait list spot via email to Maritza Noriega within 2 business days.
(4) Maritza Noriega will send an official confirmation email for those confirmed in the open spot.
(5) At this point, the HFA Cancellation Policy applies to this registration, and any additional registrations made.
(6) It is the trainee’s responsibility to cancel any future training registrations that may no longer be needed within the timeframes specified above. For duplicate registrations cancelled within 0-29 days of the training, the full cost of the training will be charged, as that spot has been held for the registrant and restricted others in the network from registering.
Travel Information for Registrants
CHANGE IN TRAINING LOCATION (as of 12/05/19):

West 101 (the building's name and it's located besides a Courtyard by Marriott hotel)
AZ Department of Child Safety
1860 N. 95th Lane (room on 2nd floor)
Phoenix, AZ 85037
(Also, it was recommended that participants give themselves some extra time since the room is a bit more hidden than usual. We appreciate your patience and understanding! 😊)

Airports (most accessible)?
• Website re: Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport - https://www.skyharbor.com/

Hotels?

• ATTENTION: HFA does not recommend or suggest hotels to participants. The best way to go about finding a hotel is based on your own criteria/discretion (e.g., location of hotel, distance of hotel from training, costs, etc.). The easiest way to find a hotel that you may prefer is to conduct an internet search (using search engines such as: Google, Bing, etc.) and read the reviews made from other people that have stayed at those hotels.

• You may conduct a Google search for hotels near the training location such as the following:
https://www.google.com/search?q=hotels+around+1860+N.+95th+Lane%2C+Phoenix%2C+AZ+85037&rlz=1C1GCEA_enUS850US850&oq=hotels+around+1860+N.+95th+Lane%2C+Phoenix%2C+AZ+85037&aqs=chrome..69i57.10661j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

Rental cars?
• Available at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, listed on the website - https://www.skyharbor.com/ParkingTransportation/RentalCars

Other information?
• If you are part of a multi-site system, please contact your central admin prior to registering as the central admin may already offer a similar training for program managers.
• ADDITIONAL BUILDING & AREA INFO: When you enter the building, you'll have to go upstairs and, once upstairs, you'll see two huge clear double doors to enter into a lobby. Be sure to inform the receptionist that you are there for a training and you'll have to sign-in and be checked by security. You'll then be escorted to the large conference room. There are plenty of restaurants around the area for lunch, however, please know that you'll be checked by security again at the training venue upon returning from lunch daily. You may want to give yourself a little extra time when returning from lunch each day, in addition to the first day.
• Please note that snacks and lunch will NOT be provided – please plan accordingly. Thank you.
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