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Welcome to the Trust Training Cooperative (TTC) Learning Management System (LMS), an online resource for training and educational opportunities in Alaska for providers who serve Trust beneficiaries.
The TTC LMS is a collaboration with the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority, UAA, UAS-Sitka, UAF and The Trust beneficiary providers statewide. The TTC LMS is a web-based system that offers a one-stop shop for various types of training opportunities. Components include:

  • An online catalog of TTC trainings, staff development and educational courses
  • Schedule and listings of training opportunities from around the state
  • On-line registration or links to complete training registration
  • As a user of this system you will have access to your E-Portfolio – a history of completed trainings and courses

Getting Started

Browse our catalog for upcoming training and educational opportunities. You can search by interest areas with the menu on the left of this page or click on the ‘Catalog’ tab above for an advanced search.

Anchorage Youth Development Coalition (AYDC) Training Directory

Anchorage's youth-serving community has come together to share professional development opportunities that can help you build your capacity to support youth!

In addition to ongoing publicly advertised trainings, individual trainers available by contract, and online training resources, this directory also includes trainings provided by agencies internally for their staff, but which may have space for others to participate on a case-by-case basis. Check out the Anchorage Youth Development Coalition (AYDC) Training Directory

Important LMS News!


Mental Health First Aid (MHFA)

Mental Health First Aid trainees are taught how to practice and respond appropriately to mental health problems in a variety of situations, such as helping someone through a panic attack, engaging with someone who may be suicidal, or assisting an individual who has overdosed. Just as CPR training helps a layperson with no clinical training assist an individual following a heart attack, Mental Health First Aid training helps a layperson assist someone experiencing a mental health crisis until appropriate professional help arrives.

For more information on Mental Health First Aid, visit www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org.

Upcoming Trainings

Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFA)

Youth Mental Health First Aid USA is a public education program, intended for adults, which introduces participants to the unique risk factors and warning signs of mental health problems in adolescents, builds understanding of the importance of early intervention, and teaches individuals how to help an adolescent in crisis or experiencing a mental health challenge.

Mental Health First Aid uses role-playing and simulations to demonstrate how to assess a mental health crisis; select interventions and provide initial help; and connect young people to professional, peer, social, and self-help care.

For more information on Mental Health First Aid, visit www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org.

Upcoming Trainings

Alaska Leadership Consortium - Sept 27 - Oct 2, 2015

Applications due by the extended deadline of August 21st!

The Alaska Leadership Consortium on Developmental Disabilities is brought to you by the National Leadership Consortium on Developmental Disabilities at the University of Delaware in partnership with the Alaska Association on Developmental Disabilities and the Trust Training Cooperative. The Leadership Consortium is an opportunity to come together with other agency leaders to learn from each other, leading experts, funders, self advocates and their families. This program is being offered in Anchorage, Alaska, September 27 - October 2, 2015. The University of Delaware will bring their week long intensive program to Alaska to support leaders to transform supports for people who have an intellectual/developmental disability. Guest speakers and self-advocates from Alaska will be included in the agenda of compelling workshops and presentations.

Learn More & Apply!

Train the Facilitator: Conflict Resolution / Alternatives to Violence in Fairbanks, AK

The Train the Facilitator training is for those interested people who have completed both the Basic and Advanced AVP Workshops and are ready to take on the "role" of learning how to facilitate the Basic Workshop materials and develop the skills, processes, and practice behind the Alternative to Violence model in a mentoring way.

Dates/Times:

  • Friday, September 11 from 6pm-9pm
  • Saturday, September 12 from 9am-6 pm
  • Sunday, September 13 from 9am-4pm

Location:

UAA Trust Training Cooperative (Fairbanks Office)
615 Bidwill Avenue, Suite 300
Fairbanks, AK 99701

Cost: $100.00* for entire 18-hour workshop. Participants are expected to attend all five sessions from September 11-13. Last day to register: Wednesday, September 9, 2015.

Requirement: Must have completed a Basic and an Advanced AVP Workshop.

Register: Those who wish to attend must register through the TTC Learning Management System (LMS). Register online at http://ttclms.org/class_detail.php?z_classid=106474

Contact: For more information about the Fairbanks training, please contact Carrie Farr at carrielfarr@yahoo.com or 907-750-1049.
*Contact Lisa Cauble with questions concerning training fee at 907-264-6276 or lisa@alaskachd.org.

Conflict Resolution Skills / Alternatives to Violence Basic Workshop in Homer, AK

This beginning basic training will present conflict resolution skills through experiential learning exercises and practice with the goal of helping direct service providers and community members to think about and make choices to reduce conflicts in work and everyday settings.

Dates/Times:

  • Friday, September 25 from 6pm-9pm
  • Saturday, September 26 from 9am-6 pm
  • Sunday, September 27 from 9am-4pm

Location:

63540 Skyline Dr
Homer, AK 99603

Cost: $60.00

Last day to register: Wednesday, September 23, 2015.

Register: http://ttclms.org/class_detail.php?z_classid=106473

Contact: For more information, contact Karen Cauble at 907-235-3832 or klcauble@hotmail.com or Lisa Cauble at 907-264-6276 or lisa@alaskachd.org.

Conflict Resolution Skills / Alternatives to Violence Basic Workshop in Fairbanks, AK

This beginning basic training will present conflict resolution skills through experiential learning exercises and practice with the goal of helping direct service providers and community members to think about and make choices to reduce conflicts in work and everyday settings.

Dates/Times:

  • Friday, October 2 from 6pm-9pm
  • Saturday, October 3 from 9am-6pm
  • Sunday, October 4 from 9am-4pm

Location:

University of Alaska Fairbanks
Chapman Building - Lower Campus
Rooms 104 and 106

Cost: $60.00

Last day to register: Wednesday, September 30, 2015.

Register: Register online at http://ttclms.org/class_detail.php?z_classid=106476

Contact: For more information, contact Carrie Farr at carrielfarr@yahoo.com or 907-750-1049.

Conflict Resolution Skills / Alternatives to Violence Basic Workshop in Anchorage, AK

This beginning basic training will present conflict resolution skills through experiential learning exercises and practice with the goal of helping direct service providers and community members to think about and make choices to reduce conflicts in work and everyday settings.

Dates/Times:

  • Friday, October 23 from 6pm-9pm
  • Saturday, October 24 from 9am-6pm
  • Sunday, October 25 from 9am-4pm

Location:

UAA Center for Human Development
2702 Gambell St. Suite 103
Anchorage, AK

Cost: $50.00

Register: Register online at http://ttclms.org/class_detail.php?z_classid=106501

Contact: For more information, contact Lisa Cauble at lisa@alaskachd.org or 907-264-6276.

Conflict Resolution Skills / Alternatives to Violence Advanced Workshop in Homer, AK

This second level workshop is for those who have already taken the Basic workshop. This workshop focuses on the underlying causes of violence in and outside ourselves as well as the role and pieces we bring to ourselves and the world as peacemakers. In this Advanced training workshop, the content and experiential learning exercises will continue to explore skills of communication, conflict resolution, cooperation and affirmation. We will further explore stereotyping, anger, relationships, fear, and forgiveness.

Dates/Times:

  • Friday, December 4 from 6pm-9pm
  • Saturday, December 5 from 9am-6pm
  • Sunday, December 6 from 9am-4pm

Location:

63540 Skyline Dr
Homer, AK

Cost: $60.00

Register: Register online at http://ttclms.org/class_detail.php?z_classid=106502

Contact: For more information, contact Karen Cauble at 907-235-3832 or klcauble@hotmail.com or Lisa Cauble at 907-264-6276 or lisa@alaskachd.org.

Statewide Employment Services Trainings


View all Employment trainings here!

Alaska Gatekeeper Suicide Prevention Course, with a QPR Approach

The Alaska Gatekeeper Training uses the QPR method as its core training. QPR stands for Question, Persuade and Refer, an emergency mental health intervention for suicidal persons created by Paul Quinnett. QPR is a simple educational program that teaches ordinary citizens how to recognize a mental health emergency and how to get a person at risk the help they need. It is also an action plan that can result in lives saved. If you are interested, please contact Eric Boyer at eric@alaskachd.org.

 

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Resources

To learn more about …

the Trust Training Cooperative, go to: www.trusttrainingcoop.org
the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority and The Trust beneficiaries go to: www.mhtrust.org
the UAA Center for Human Development, go to: www.alaskachd.org

Need to talk to a REAL person about the Learning Management System?
Please contact the support team at: calvin@ttclms.org or call (907) 830-7290


Have invoice or payment questions?
Contact Marilyn Weaver at mkweaver@alaska.edu or 907-456-4214.


2702 Gambell Street, Suite #103 • Anchorage, AK 99503
907-272-8270 or Toll-free outside of Anchorage 1-800-243-2199

Funding: Grant funded by the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority
through the University of Alaska Anchorage Center for Human Development

UAA is an AA/EO employer and educational institution.