Alliance response to the coronavirus concerns
As the information and direction around the coronavirus in our region grows and changes, we want to share with you specifically how the Alliance is responding.
After much consideration and evaluation of options, the Alliance will be canceling all in-person caregiver and workforce trainings until March 31. We are currently evaluating the transition of other trainings into web-based modalities going forward and will post updates here. We are prioritizing Regional Core Training and Supervisor Core Training to be converted to webinar delivery. Find the most current information about RCT here.
CPR classes are part of a significant change. DCYF has issued a decision to waive the hands-on component for providers or caregivers who are needing to complete or become re-certified in First Aid/CPR training.
All providers and caregivers needing this training will be allowed to complete an online course. Any online course that providers take during this interim must be nationally certified, such as the American Red Cross, American Heart Association or American Safety and Health Institute:
There will be followup with providers and caregivers to complete the hands-on component when it is safe to do so.
Two workforce CPR classes (April 6 and April 15) are currently under review and an update on status will be posted here.
We request you confirm attendance at all trainings for which you have registered -- if you are unable to attend please drop the class.
Visit any class page in our catalog for more information about current status of specific classes. We will also share updates of significant consequence here.
We greatly appreciate your continued partnership as we work through this challenge together. Don't hesitate to connect with us if you have any questions.