Assessing the Health of Your CIL: Preventative Management Checkup Using RSA's Review Tool, Part 1: Preparation and Standards (1.5 Hours)

Training Source: 
ILRU
Presenter(s): 
Beginning Date: 
05/01/2013
End Date: 
05/01/2013
Type of Training: 
On-demand

About the Training

If RSA were to review your CIL tomorrow, would you be ready? This two-part training, developed directly from RSA's onsite review tool, walks you through what to do (and not to do!) to prepare for an RSA onsite review or to conduct your own internal review to assess the health of your CIL. Follow this link to Part 2, Administrative Fiscal Review

Target Audience

Executive directors, program managers, and board members of centers for independent living

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this two-part training, participants will have knowledge and resources that will enable them to:

  • Describe RSA's legal requirements to perform annual CIL on-site reviews
  • Identify aspects of CIL operations that must meet federal requirements, including standards, indicators, assurances, program operation, organizational structure and administration of the CIL
  • Describe tips and strategies to conduct an organizational self-assessment and/or organize and prepare for a successful RSA onsite review
  • Assess a CIL's level of regulatory compliance and readiness for an on-site review by using the RSA On-Site Review Guide (ORG)

PowerPoint Presentation and Other Resources:

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Evaluation

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Please Note: The Rehabilitation Act was reauthorized in 2014 with the passage of the Workforce Investment Opportunity Act (WIOA) and implementing regulations are now final. Documents related to the independent living program posted to this site are being updated to reflect those regulations. Current guidance from the Rehabilitation Services Administration and Administration for Community Living is available at http://www.ilru.org/technical-assistance-independent-living-programs-and-informational-update-regarding-transition.