Trauma-Informed + Tools for Sucess
Implementing with Support
26-weeks of peer-based and one-on-one technical assistance, to support the transition between knowledge and implementation.
About the Program
Implementing with Support is a 26-week period of tailored, peer-based and one-on-one coaching and targeted implementation support, where practitioners will gain targeted support in small groups to expand their practice to incorporate the framework of Trauma-Informed Practice in Workforce Development, and the Tools for Client Success methods. Putting knowledge into practice in dynamic environments and implementing new processes is difficult, which is why Purpose Co’s targeted technical assistance and implementation support gives practitioners ongoing guidance for 26 weeks.
What you will learn
How to apply and adapt tools in real work-based scenarios with the support of peers and experts
From the diverse experience of other practitioners
To pivot and address challenges in real time
To identify opportunities for operational improvement and measure progress
To use and implement tools in a dynamic, complex environment
To connect frameworks and tools to client experience and outcomes
Baseline assessment to tailor implementation support
2 mid-point assessments + final assessment to support implementation progress
4 one-on-one coaching sessions with a Subject Matter Expert
12 tailored small group peer based implementation coaching calls lead by a Subject Matter Expert
Tailored placement in peer-cohorts with complimentary foci
Access to a private technical assistance online community
Enroll your staff in a full pathway with implementation support to maximize impact.
Trauma Informed Practice in Workforce Development
Practical Tools for Client Success
Implementing with Support is delivered over 26-weeks
with 1-hour bi-weekly calls
Completion of Trauma Informed Practice in Workforce Development and Practical Tools for Transformation is a prerequisite for participating in the Implementing With Support Technical Assistance Group.
Who should attend
Frontline employment service practitioners including career and employment counsellors and job developers
Program developers, workshop facilitators, trainers and other learning and development practitioners
Managers of employment and training programs and practitioners