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February 2019 Newsletter – ANCRT

Association of Nationally Certified ROMA Trainers
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The ANCRT Newsletter – February 2019
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New Material Introduced at MLTC

Implementing ROMA

Spring ROMA In-service Continuing Education Program

April 2-3 in Oklahoma City, OK
More info and registration
February 28 is the last day for hotel group rate and registration fee must be received by ANCRT by March 1

Fall ICEP will be held in Springfield, MA from Oct. 23-24

Conducting a ROMA Audit

We have proposed using a ROMA Checklist as a way to identify what is happening in agencies throughout the country. The one we have posted has ideas for each phase of the ROMA Cycle that can be used to open discussion in local agencies.  Questions can be raised and processes understood as the NCRP (Implementer or Trainer) leads the way to better implementation of ROM...

Checklist of ROMA Implementation (Word) – PDF

2018 Recertification Process for Trainers

As of January 31, 2019, NCRTs certified before December 2015 who have not been recertified in 2018 have been marked "inactive."  To be reactivated, go to the Contact Us tab at www.roma-nptp.org to set up a discussion.

Check your certification date through the My Info link.

If you were certified in 2016, you are due for recertification in 2019.

NCRIs (Implementers) will be eligible for rectification starting January 2020.  No NCRI will be required to recertify prior to January 2020.

Mission of ANCRT

The Association of Nationally Certified ROMA Trainers provides support and continuing education to Nationally Certified ROMA Professionals, collaborating with national, state, and local community action partners to improve the network's ability to achieve, document, report, and analyze results and to use data for decision making.
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