October 24, 2018 - October 25, 2018
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
In all Head Start programs, emphasis is understandably placed on fulfilling our charter to meet the requirements of Part 1302 of the regulations that guide early childhood development and health services, family and community partnerships, and program design and management. As a result of that strong focus, however, many programs overlook or minimize the importance of Part 1302 of the regulations, which defines who should receive services in communities and how grantees should identify and reach them in fulfillment of grant commitments.
This training builds on the basics established in Level One. It develops a further understanding of the regulations, provides ideas for implementation, and places an emphasis on systems management. Level Two focuses on best practices in implementation and management that make ERSEA processes successful, such as:
- Using a team approach to ERSEA design and execution
- Defining ongoing roles and responsibilities
- Using key agency assets in ERSEA, including the community assessment, strategic plan, self assessment, program
- information report, service delivery plans, and selection criteria
- Developing agency work plans for implementation
This training is targeted for: ERSEA Team Members, Policy Council, Program Managers, and Key Management Team Members
- Have a plan to use a team approach to ERSEA design and management
- Have an in-depth analysis of its ERSEA processes and an outline of possible solutions to important issues
- Have an outline for the development of a comprehensive ERSEA plan
- Have strategies for resolving ERSEA issues in the future
Level Two includes a comprehensive manual designed to help your program to implement the knowledge and skills learned during the training. The Tool Kit helps program professionals implement the requirements of Part 1302 and includes:
- Easy-to-use guides for analyzing your community assessment, establishing recruitment targets, and developing selection criteria
- Detailed implementation strategies for complying with ERSEA regulations
- Best practices for meeting and maintaining funded enrollment levels
- Using a team approach to work plan development
- Appendices and references that further support the requirements and ideas for implementation
Participants must arrange their own travel and lodging.
We have arranged special room rates for Institute training attendees. When you contact the hotel, be sure to identify yourself as an H.G. Jones & Associates Institute training attendee to receive the proper rate. Rooms will be available at the special rate until the Early Bird date or until the block we’ve reserved fills up, whichever comes first. Reservations made after that time will be accepted on a space and rate available basis by the hotels. Cancellation and payment policies vary among hotels. Be sure to inquire about your hotels policies.
Holiday Inn-Mart Plaza
Contact: Luis Diaz
350 West Mart Center Drive
Chicago, IL 60654
Changes, Cancellations and Substitutions
HGJA reserves the right to make changes in the training or cancel a training if enrollment criteria are not met or when conditions beyond its control prevail. Registrants will be contacted in the event of a cancellation. HGJA’s liability will be limited to the refund of the training registration fee only. Cancellations can be made up to ten business days before your scheduled training: your registration fee will be refunded less a $50 fee. No refunds will be made for cancellations made less than ten business days prior to your scheduled Summit; however, you may send a substitute. All cancellation and substitution requests must be received in writing.
Teams of three or more must register and send payment by the Early Bird Deadline or Regular rates will apply.