CIL's Use of Self and Peer Monitoring as a Management Tool (1.5 Hours)

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About the training

The IL-NET National Training & Technical Assistance (T&TA) Center operated by ILRU in collaboration with NCIL, APRIL, and the University of Montana Rural Institute and RTC: Rural, supports CILs and SILCs in building capacity to run strong, effective organizations. This training was a discussion highlighting the importance of monitoring and assessing a CIL’s performance using self-assessment tools and how these tools can best be utilized within a CIL to improve program performance. It features three speakers, Paula McElwee from Independent Living Research Utilization (ILRU), Annetta Johnson from Northern West Virginia Center for Independent Living, and Kyle Kleist from Center for Independent Living for Western Wisconsin and learn more about use of self and peer monitoring as management tools within CILs.

Target Audience

Staff and Board Members of Centers for Independent Living

What you will learn

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

  • Describe the importance of assessing CIL program performance and the connection to the independent living philosophy.
  • Assess the CIL’s level of regulatory compliance and quality performance by using organizational self-assessment tools such as ACL’s Compliance & Monitoring Protocol (COMP) Tool or a state-developed tool like Wisconsin’s QUILS.
  • Utilize these tools now to improve your CIL’s program performance by using this information and applying it to your CIL.

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