In order to be a CANS-NY assessor for the Health Home program, a provider must first attend an in-person training or take the online CANS-NY course, then complete a certification exam with a minimum reliability score of 0.70. Supervisors should maintain a reliability score of 0.80.

Upcoming in-person training events:

CANS–NY Introductory Training 

This introductory training will prepare attendees to take their certification examination. Training also will prepare participants for meaningful use of the CANS–NY with health home youth and families. This training is offered for providers and health home care managers who are not yet certified in the CANS–NY, and those who are not yet familiar with the use of CANS–NY in health home care management.

DateLocationCapacity
November 12, 2019

 9 am to 4 pm

Children’s Aide Society

 

4 West 125th Street

4th Floor Conference Room

New York, NY 10027

40
November 13, 2019

9 am to 4 pm

Hamaspik of Kings County

 

4102 14th Avenue

Brooklyn, NY 11219

65
November 18, 2019

 9 am to 4 pm

Behavioral Health Services North

 

22 US Oval #218

Plattsburgh, NY 12901

35
December 4, 2019

9 am to 4 pm

Blythedale Children’s Hospital

 

Training Room

95 Bradhurst Avenue

Valhalla, NY 10595

40
December 5, 2019

 9 am to 4 pm

OneGroup

 

706 N. Clinton Street

Syracuse, NY 13204

75
December 12, 2019

 9 am to 4 pm

SCO Family of Services

 

B2H Conference Room

151 Burrs Lane

Dix Hills, NY 11746

50

CANS–NY Supervisor Training 

This full–day training gives an overview of the ways that the CANS–NY has been used to meaningfully manage different service sectors in New York. Additionally, it provides a developmental and cultural framework for the implementation of TCOM and the CANS–NY in supervision and care management. Care management supervisors will learn how to supervise around collaborative assessment, care planning, and progress monitoring with the CANS–NY. Strategies for supporting cultural humility and culturally responsive care, and integrating CANS–NY information into individual supervision and team development are presented. Time will be provided for supervisors to practice skills presented and participate in small–group discussion of relevant issues that arise in supervising the CANS–NY in Health Home care management.

DateLocationCapacity
November 14, 2019

 9 am to 3:30 pm

Hamaspik of Kings County

 

4102 14th Avenue

Brooklyn, NY 11219

65
December 3, 2019

 9 am to 3:30 pm

Children’s Aide Society

 

4 West 125th Street

4th Floor Conference Room

New York, NY 10027

40
December 10, 2019

 9 am to 3:30 pm

OneGroup

 

706 N. Clinton Street

Syracuse, NY 13204

75
December 16, 2019

 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

SUNY Albany School of Public Health

 

1 University Place, Auditorium

Rensselaer, New York 12144

 

100
December 19, 2019

 9 am to 3:30 pm

Blythedale Children’s Hospital

 

Training Room

95 Bradhurst Avenue

Valhalla, NY 10595

40
January 14, 2010

 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

WellLife Network

 

3600 NY-112

Coram, NY 11727

 

55

To register for an in-person training:

  1. Log in to www.tcomtraining.com
  2. On the home page, view the Calendar and choose “New York” as the Category
  3. Click on the course with the date that works best for you
  4. Click “Details” to view the training’s registration page and register

To access the online course:

  1. Log into www.tcomtraining.com
  2. Enroll in the New York bundle of courses (pages 5-6 of the Training Site Guide)
  3. Navigate to one of the below courses (pages 8-22 of the Training Site Guide)
    • CANS-NY 2016 Training, Testing, and Certification 0-5
    • CANS-NY 2016 Training, Testing, and Certification 6-21
    • CANS-NY 2011 Training, Testing, and Certification OMH HCBS Waiver and SPO

Contact support@tcomtraining.com for questions.