ASQ Training Institute Recap
So far, in 2019 we’ve held one of our ASQ® Training of Trainers Institutes! Read below for a quick recap of this wonderful training opportunity!
This Institute took place April 1–3 in Columbus, Ohio. The seminar was led by ASQ trainers, Jane Farrell, M.S, and LaWanda Potter, M.S. There were 56 attendees at this training, including many from Ohio but also from as far as British Columbia, Canada.
Attendees had the option of adding a fourth day of hands-on, interactive ASQ® Online training. Led by experienced and engaging Implementation Manager, Monica Belle, attendees learned how to effectively and efficiently use ASQ Online. This session was attended by current ASQ Online users, including administrators and providers, as well as ASQ users considering implementing ASQ Online.
Attendees were encouraged to use the Institute hashtag (#ASQTraining19) and post what they were learning at the training.
Take your ASQ knowledge to the next level with this in-depth, step-by-step seminar—everything you need to know for instructing your colleagues in using ASQ®-3
and ASQ®:SE-2 to screen infants and young children. This thorough 3-day seminar shows you how to
While at the Institute, you’ll receive instruction from ASQ experts, practice forms, case studies, and a binder with handouts to be used for conducting trainings within your organization. Upon your successful completion of the Institute, a certificate of attendance and a USB flash drive of training materials will be provided to you.
The Institute is designed for intermediate to advanced ASQ users who already oversee ASQ implementation and training within their organization; participants will leave the Institute prepared to instruct colleagues on ASQ-3 and ASQ:SE-2.
“What I love about the ASQ is that it allows our staff to catch delays quickly and allows us to get our clients the early intervention programs that they sometimes need. In many cases [ASQ] helps us catch children up before they start kindergarten, therefore providing children with the start that they deserve.”Sharon Gee, Supervisor, Healthy Families Niagara