The Wraparound training series is designed as a cohort-based training model where each training builds upon the skills introduced in the prior session. With this model, the participants skill will be developed as they complete each training. Therefore, the training series must be completed in the sequence and within the time-frames as developed. The Introduction to Wraparound training is the first in the series. Approximately one month later, it is followed by Engagement in Wraparound Practice. The final training in the Wraparound series is Intermediate Wraparound Practice. This is held approximately 6 months after Introduction.
Wraparound facilitators and supervisors must participate in the Wraparound training series: Introduction to Wraparound, Engagement in the Wraparound Process, and Intermediate Wraparound Practice. In addition, supervisors are expected to participate in a 2-day Advanced Supervision in Wraparound course once a year. Subsequently, in order to bill for the provision of ICM, direct service providers must (see also Basic Training Series below):
- Complete the initial course in the training series (Introduction to Wraparound) prior to the provision of services, and to continue billing for ICM
- Complete the remaining two courses of the series (Engagement in the Wraparound Process and Intermediate Wraparound Practice) within one year
This is the first training in the series for frontline Wraparound facilitators/care coordinators, supervisors, and directors. Participants will gain an understanding of the critical components of the wraparound process and see an example of each component, followed by participant practice and feedback.
Upon completion of this course, participants may begin working with families using the Wraparound model, as well as Medicaid biling, as appropriate.
|Cost||$375 per participant|
This is the second training in the series for Wraparound facilitators/care coordinators, supervisors, and directors. Participants will identify barriers to engagement, develop skills around engaging team members and the family, and utilize research-based engagement strategies to increase positive outcomes for youth and their families.
This course is held approximately 30 days after Introduction to Wraparound.
|Cost||$125 per participant|
The third training in the series for frontline Wraparound facilitators/care coordinators, supervisors, and directors is intended to enhance staff skills and move toward higher quality of practice. Common implementation challenges are addressed in this training. Participants will have the opportunity to bring struggles and challenges and receive expert coaching support.
This course is held 5-6 months after Introduction to Wraparound and builds on the Wraparound skills participants have been using with families since the first training.
|Cost||$250 per participant|
This training is provided to supervisors/managers in Wraparound. Participants will identify the essential elements of quality Wraparound implementation, develop an increased understanding of the role of the supervisor in quality Wraparound implementation, and learn how to manage quality throughout the four Wraparound phases.
This course is held at least once a year.
|Cost||$250 per participant|