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Updated: Sep 16, 2019
HIPPY USA Supervisor Online Training Available Training is available for all HIPPY program supervisors. Please email Matthew Bellew at email@example.com to enroll or for more information.
Free Training for Home Visitors The Institute for the Advancement of Family Support Professionals has free training available for all home visitors. The courses will lead to CEUs and up to 9 hours of course credit through the University of Kansas (both offered at a cost for interested learners). Visit IAFSP to find out more about this opportunity!
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LINCS The LINCS Community is a community of practice (COP) for adult education practitioners funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education (OCTAE). This professional learning space brings together adult educators worldwide to work together toward one common goal—providing high-quality, evidence-based learning opportunities to adult students. Our community is a place where the practitioners can seek help from experts and peers, collaborate, network, share knowledge and resources, participate in special events, and grow professionally. We provide activities that can help deepen the connections within the LINCS system for practitioners to access professional development materials, reflect on their teaching practices, and apply what they have learned in their classrooms. The LINCS Community works in tandem with other LINCS professional development opportunities, such as the Resource Collection, Learning Portal, and the LINCS Professional Development Center to advance the field of adult education by expanding evidence-based practice.