TRAINING & WEBINARS

There are several types of training that the Alaska Region T/TA Center can provide. Please see below for details and don’t hesitate to call.

 

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IN PERSON, CLASSROOM STYLE TRAININGS

Sometimes nothing beats being in a room with professionals and being able to ask questions of them directly.  These trainings are designed to help you strategize and navigate what can seem to be a pretty daunting task.


Training Opportunities

UPCOMING TRAINING: PROJECT PLANNING & Development (PPD)

In this three-day training, participants gain a foundation for creating a community-based project and grant writing skills. Join us at these locations and dates:

With this information, you will have the ability to adapt your ideas into your community, any project, and any funder.

Registration will open for the other locations soon!

 
Community Project Planning 101

Do you have a project you like to see put into action in your community? Maybe you are interested in starting a language revitalization program or a new economic development program. We can help you get started!

If you are part of an Alaska Native non-profit or tribal village organization join us for this one-day beginner’s workshop, Community Project Planning 101. You will be introduced to community planning basics and what is needed long before seeking funding.

Alaska Region Training & Technical Assistance Center, a resource of the Administration for Native Americans, is seeking an invitation to present this important training in your region. We hope to have at least three tribal, village, or Native non-profit organizations attend for each sub-region. If you would like to host this event for your community.

Register Here!


WEBINARS from Alaska Region

Look for updates soon. We are planning our next webinar events!

WEBINARS from other ANA Regions

Look for updates soon.


NEW Virtual Hands-on CLinics

Introducing the Alaska Region Virtual Hands-On Clinics, a new training platform from The Alaska Region T/TA Center. Look for more details soon!

We just completed a series of clinics for GRANTS.GOV WORKSPACE and we are excited to present more training opportunities in the near future.

The aim of out virtual lab is to provide a hands-on experience with a range of topics that are suitable for one-on-one interactions. For those that cannot travel for training, we are pleased to offer our new Virtual Hands-On Clinics accessible across the entire Alaska Region from anyplace that has broadband services.

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IN PERSON, CLASSROOM STYLE TRAINING

Sometimes nothing beats being in a room with professionals and being able to ask questions of them directly.  These trainings are designed to help you strategize and navigate what can seem to be a pretty daunting task.

Project Planning & Development (PPD)

Participants gain a foundation for creating a community-based project and grant writing skills.

Topics addressed include:

  • Defining the Community Condition
  • Project Goal Setting
  • Identifying Resources and Partnerships
  • Establishing Objectives
  • Determining Deliverables – Outcomes, Measures, Data Collection
  • Developing an Approach and Workplan
  • Determining Outputs
  • Identify Staffing Needs and Potential Challenges
  • Creating a Sustainability Plan
  • Determining Project Costs

With this information you will have the ability to adapt them to any community, any project, and any funder.

Pre-Application Training

Participants take their well-developed project and learn hands-on information about how to assemble an application specific to ANA’s funding announcement and requirements.

If you are applying this year don’t miss this workshop, which includes Funding Opportunity Announcement changes.

Bring a laptop and project narrative.

Post Award Training

Learn the fundamentals of ANA grant management, administration and reporting.

This is a requirement for a new award.

DIFFERENT WAYS TO LEARN

The Alaska Region T/TA Center provides special training to plan and implement your community-based project.  To learn more about the different types of training available, please read further.

ONLINE WEBINARS

Webinars allow people to receive training in a host of different areas without being physically in a room.  Sign up and receive access to ask questions and engage with the presenters.

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On-Demand Online Training

We are developing an online learning platform for users so they can work at their own pace through some of the different aspects of the application and reporting process.  This tool is still under development, but is available for users to use and explore.

Visit ANAOnlineTraining.org Now

Special Event — Alaska Home Visiting Virtual Sustainability Summit

What: Alaska Home Visiting Virtual Sustainability Summit
When: October 25th, 9:30am-11:30am AKST
Where: Online Webinar
Cost: Free

We are interested in engaging you in a dialogue to get your thoughts, ideas and perspectives about how home visiting can be supported in Alaska. Register and learn more below.

Links

State and Territory Maternal, Infant, and Early childhood (MIECHV) program
mchb.hrsa.gov/maternal-child-health-initiatives/home-visiting

Tribal MIECHV program
www.acf.hhs.gov/ecd/home-visiting/tribal-home-visiting

Alaska Home Visiting Resource Network
dhss.alaska.gov/ocs/pages/hvrn/default.aspx

Alaska Home Visiting Virtual Summit Flyer
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Summit Agenda
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ONLINE WEBINARS

Webinars allow people to receive training in a host of different areas without being physically in a room.  Sign up and receive access to ask questions and engage with the presenters.

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ARCHIVED WEBINARS

We archive all the webinars that we do so that you will have access to them while you are preparing or thinking of developing your projects.

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MEET THE TEAM

Anthony Caole Kathy Westcott Angela Camos   Micah Headdings
Support and Experience to get your project done.

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Alaska Region T/TA Center
A Resource of the Administration for Native Americans

t. 800.948.3158
f. 907.376.3689

office@anaalaska.org

185 E. Nelson Ave.
Wasilla, AK, 99654