In August, the University of Chicago will host a 3.5 day on-site training in performance measurement and quality improvement for social service agency staff and faculty members in schools of social work. For seven of those agency-faculty pairs, the training will be free, courtesy of the Center for Health Administration at the University. Plus, these pairs will receive a small budget for consultation and improvement project back at their agencies. Tina Rzepnicki and Curtis McMillen of the university are putting together the training, which will include outstanding faculty from across the country.
Details are here:http://www.qualitysocialservice.com/learning-opportunity/