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CAN Director Training
These are only the online trainings for this role; this list does not include additional forms/agreements or the in-person orientation completed by this stakeholder. To learn more about the expectations for this role and CAN's onboarding process, please email email@example.com.
CAN's Americans with Disabilities Act Compliance Policies and Emergency Protocols.
An overview of CAN's After School Programs.
A summary of CAN's mission, programs, and services.
An overview of the Bryant Market service philosophy and an overview of a distribution.
An overview of the Bryant Market Policies & Procedures - this presentation covers best practices, why certain policies are in place, self care reminders, and the Volunteer Agreement.
Understanding CAN's Brand Identity and procedures.
While written for the Bryant Market, these customer service tips apply to all CAN Market programs and all CAN programs and services in general, as CAN's service philosophy to treat everyone who comes through our doors with dignity and respect applies in all facets of our organization.
An overview of CAN's Educational Summer Camps for our summer staff.
An overview of how to submit a timesheet to Community Action Network (for salaried and part-time staff, interns, and AmeriCorps VISTAs).
For Supervisors - how to recognize errors & fix/update a time sheet before approval
CAN partners with under-resourced communities which gives us amazing opportunities to collaborate with people who may have different backgrounds than our own. Despite our best efforts, it is easy to make mistakes in these diverse spaces. It is our goal to always strive to understand our own biases and to participate in relationships with one another with cultural humility.
As more information is used and shared in a digital format by staff, interns, volunteers, partners, and clients both within and outside of the organization, an increased effort must be made to protect the information and the technology resources that support it.
For all CAN educational programs, this presentation covers CAN's policies and procedures for maintaining consistent expectations, keeping everyone safe, and respecting confidentiality.
How to enroll students and track attendance in educational programs.
An overview of the Effects of Food Insecurity and why CAN's programs and services are necessary.
For staff and volunteers working with CAN's educational programs, this presentation covers the developmental needs of children and youth, discusses the effects of trauma on childhood development, and provides ways to support and respond to student behavior.
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