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Welcome!

Welcome to The Alaska 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!


Behavioral Health Continuing Education Trainings

Traditional Health Based Practices

  • Date/Time: May 12, 2016, 8:00AM - 5:00PM
  • Registration: Open until 5:00PM 5/1/2016

Ethics, Malpractice and Treatment of Suicide Risk PRE-RECORDED Re-broadcast

  • Date/Time: May 18, 2016, 4:00 - 7:00 PM
  • Registration: Open until 5:00PM 5/15/2016

Alaska Native Women Surviving Violence

  • Date/Time: May 19, 2016, 5:00PM - 7:00PM
  • Registration: Open until 5:00PM 5/16/2016

2016 NWGWEC Geriatric Spring Series

The Alaska Center for Rural Health & Health Workforce will be partnering with the Northwest Geriatrics Workforce Enhancement Center to bring 10 weeks of high quality geriatric trainings to Alaska via virtual classroom.

March 29 - May 31, 2016

Click here for more information and to register

CARE-ful INTERVENTION: Statewide Behavior Intervention/Threat Assessment Coalition

May 23: 11am - 5pm, May 24: 8:30am-6:30pm, May 25: 8:30am-6:30pm

Statewide UA Conference
Join in an innovative conference organized by the newly formed Statewide Behavior Intervention/Threat Assessment Coalition supporting the UA Systems. Register for the live webinar by May 20.
Click here for information and registration.

Join the Center for Research on Women with Disabilities

(CROWD)

Four-Part Webinar Series

April 6, April 20, May 4 and May 18 1:00PM - 2:00PM Central

Join the webinar series to hear from specialists in the field and ask your questions involving issues affecting women with mobility impairments.
For more information and registration, visit the website at www.BCM.edu/crowd.

safeTALK Suicide Prevention Training

safeTALK is a half-day alertness training that prepares anyone over the age of 15, regardless of prior experience or training, to become a suicide-alert helper.

April 29, 2016, 8:30 am-12:00pm, Anchorage

For information and registration click here.

42nd Annual School on Addictions and Behavioral Health “Continuing Integration of Whole Health”

This year the focus has been expanded to include primary care providers in recognition of the national trend for full integration of services.

May 2 - 4

For more information visit the The Annual School website.

Lunch and Learn - Ethics in an Age When Anything Goes

This activity is designed to change physician and clinical competencies, practice performance, and improve patient outcomes.

May 3 and May 4, 2016, 11:30 AM -1:30 PM, Anchorage

Register Here

Basic Concepts in Care Coordination

This class is designed for new Care Coordinators not yet certified. It is a prerequisite to the State of Alaska Senior and Disability Services (SDS) three-day Beginning Care Coordinator Training. This one-day course includes these topics: Ethics, How to Serve Someone with a Disability, Advocacy, Person Centered Planning, and Skills of Interaction.

Upcoming Trainings

2016 Spring Primary Care Conference and Annual Membership Meeting

NWRPCA conferences are a cornerstone of our membership services. No matter where you are in your career, the Spring Primary Care Conference has something for you. The spring conference features prominent keynote speakers, powerful breakout sessions, networking with your primary care colleagues, and much more.

May 14 - 17, 2016 in Anchorage

The conference website is available here.

Statewide Employment Services Trainings

Managing Change: Basic Financial Literacy for Workers with Disabilities

Basic Financial Literacy course for employment participants, families and providers. The class covers basic banking, credit, savings, and budgeting strategies. The class attempts to present strategies for SSI/SSDI beneficiaries who work to maximize employment earnings.

Self-Employment 1

Self-employment is a recognized and viable alternative for people with disabilities who want to work. In this two-hour class, learn the basic elements in self-employment, business proposals, and products/markets.

Working Disabled Medicaid Buy-in Training

Learn the basics of the Working Disabled Medicaid Buy-in program.

An Overview of Social Security Work Incentives

Work Incentives offer an avenue for people receiving SSDI and SSI benefits a way of trying and succeeding at wage and self-employment. This training session will briefly review the work incentives connected to SSDI and SSI, and how they promote work.

View all Employment trainings here!

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.

Upcoming Trainings

Mental Health First Aid

Most people have heard of First Aid and CPR to address physical distress, but what happens when someone is exhibiting signs of emotional or mental distress?

The Alaska Training Cooperative (TTC) is providing the community with a groundbreaking public education program – Mental Health First Aid – that helps the public identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illness and substance use disorders. Mental Health First Aid is an interactive eight-hour course funded by the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority that teaches participants about the risk factors and warning signs of mental health problems and provides an overview of treatment resources and options.

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

Upcoming Trainings

Kawerak Regional/33rd Annual Rural Providers’ Conference

On behalf of the Rural Alaska Community Action Program, Inc. (RurAL CAP) and Kawerak, Inc., we are inviting you to the Conference.
The theme of this conference is "Carving a Path to Wellness." The event will take place August 2-5, 2016 in Nome, Alaska
For more information contact Bridget McCleskey at confcoor@gci.net. or go to Kaweak, Inc.

Web-Based, Anytime Trainings

The Alaska Training Cooperative offers several self-led, web-based, anytime trainings. See the list below and click the links to learn more information:

Assistance with Self-Administration of Medication (ASAM) Web-Based Training

This training will meet the Senior and Disability Services new Home and Community Based waiver regulations for staff training on Assistance with Self Administration of Medication. It is in compliance with state regulation 7 AAC 130.227.

Agencies must elect to use the AKTC for ASAM training before staff will be able to register. For information on making this training available for your staff, please contact Kimber Jackson at 907-264-6233 or kimber@alaskachd.org.

This training is for staff working in NON-LICENSED facilities, providing the following services; Adult day, supported employment, hourly respite, daily respite done in the person’s home ONLY, Intensive Active Treatment (IAT) sessions, day habilitation, supported living (18+ in OWN HOME), and in home supports (child in OWN HOME). Please refer to state regulation 7 AAC 130.227 for additional information.

COST:
$15 per participant

 

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Resources

To learn more about …

The Alaska 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.