Engage with Skills Trainings are delivered by a certified training with experience in mental health l in real time through an online, virtual training platform. This format allows for participants in geographically diverse areas to join the same training and interact and learn from each other. Participants can join from any location as long as they have an internet connected laptop, desktop computer or tablet with external keyboard and speakers (headset preferred).
Participants will be joining classes with staff from other agencies throughout the State of Colorado. Classes will be restricted in size to 30 maximum participants to allow for the best learning experience. Classes are held on a specified schedule; therefore, participants must join their assigned class at the time that it is scheduled or request to reschedule their class. Participants may choose a class that best fits their schedule. Classes will not be recorded and thus registrants who fail to attend their scheduled training in real time can not make up the class by viewing a recording. The Core Skills Part 1 and Core Skills Part 2 classes will be offered at a variety of times and days throughout the weeks of the training period.
Participants will need to register for and complete one Core Part 1 and one Core Part 2 class as well as the brief training evaluation in order to complete the Core Skills training program, and for their employers to be eligible for wage reimbursement.
Upon successful completion of the entire 4-hour training participants will receive an Engage with® Core Skills Certification certificate (PDF), a Student Summary and Reference Guide (PDF), and a link to the “Demonstrating Respect” game they were introduced to during the training. All of this will be sent via email to the email address provided during registration. All relevant information is provided post-training to help reinforce the content and allow participants to focus on the training itself in real time, without the need to take notes.