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Kaleidoscope Level II

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image of smiling participant Looking through a kaleidoscope image of An exercise Kaleidoscope: New Perspectives in Service Coordination, Level II (KII) is the second level of the service coordination curriculum. Service coordinators should be on the job for a minimum of six months and must complete KI prior to registering for participation in KII. image of An exercise continued The course takes place over two consecutive days. Topics covered in KII include: Family Systems, Developing Quality Outcomes, Empowerment and Advocacy, Early Intervention in Natural Environments and Lifelong Learning. KII is offered annually in a central location in the state. Dates and locations are posted on the Part C Web site. System Managers are also notified of dates and locations as soon as they are available via e-mail.

Training Details

The Integrated Training Collaborative is pleased to announce the dates for Kaleidoscope, New Perspectives in Service Coordination, Level II (KII) training. This training is specifically designed for service coordinators with at least six months of experience.

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Comments from your colleagues about past KII trainings:

image of a Discussion “Thanks! I feel like I am going away with something useful and applicable.”

“Very practical learning experience by listening to others tell their practices.”

“Wonderful, refreshing, and motivating.”

“It is always great to get together and learn more, jog my memory/remind me of forgotten methods.”

“The K II was helpful in learning to be a more efficient service coordinator and how to avoid burnout. Everything went like clockwork.”

K II Satisfaction Surveys K II Zoomerang Follow-up Surveys
June 2008 (Richmond)  
April - May 2007 (Portsmouth)  
December 2006 (Roanoke)  
June 2006 (Staunton)  
June 2005 (Verona) June 2004

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