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New Training Site FAQs (Part 2)

The updated training website includes changes to navigation, appearance, and content structure to make it more user-friendly. However, we know it takes time to adjust to a new platform. The TCOM Helpdesk developed a How-To Guide (viewable here) with screenshots to support users in navigating the new site, and we’ve included more FAQs about site navigation below! … Continue reading New Training Site FAQs (Part 2)

New Training Site FAQs (Part 1)

New York’s transition to our new platform is complete, and we continue to look for better ways to support users in working through the online training and achieving certification. While the Regional Coaches continue to provide coaching on course content and effective use of the CANS-NY, the TCOM Help Desk (support@tcomtraining.com) provides support for technical … Continue reading New Training Site FAQs (Part 1)

Collaboration: A Driving Principle

Collaboration is the ongoing process of bringing different perspectives together into a shared vision of where a situation is currently, where it needs to be, and how the team will achieve that goal together. Collaboration is the basic principle of the CANS-NY and the structure of the Technical Assistance Institute. This principle is also key … Continue reading Collaboration: A Driving Principle

New Training Site Platform

The next time you visit http://www.tcomtraining.com, it might look a little different - the CANS-NY training website has moved to a new platform. The refreshed training website includes changes to navigation, appearance, and enhanced reporting abilities. We’ve also improved the structure of our content, to help you learn more effectively. There are a lot of … Continue reading New Training Site Platform

CANS in NY – Establishing the Institute

CANS-NY Technical Assistance Institute: Providing training, coaching, and technical assistance in effective use of the CANS-NY New York State is using the Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS) to  determine level of care for home and community based services (HCBS) in Children’s Health Home and as an outcomes management tool within this system. In order to support … Continue reading CANS in NY – Establishing the Institute