The National Alliance for Direct Support Professionals (NADSP) has teamed with the New York State Justice Center to develop an interactive train-the-trainer curriculum designed to assist organizations teach the New York State Justice Center’s Code of Conduct.
The objective of the curriculum is to ensure that staff who support people served under the jurisdiction of the New York State Justice Center (custodians) understand the Code of Conduct as a framework of professional conduct.
This interactive 3-hour webinar provides participants with tools they can share with new and seasoned staff to prepare them to understand, utilize, and practice the Code of Conduct. Attendees will experience interactive methods for teaching the Code of Conduct as they examine the ten parts of the code and explore the challenges of applying ethical, dynamic, and respectful support.
Participants in this training should include trainers, quality assurance administrators, human resource professionals, and anyone that will be able to bring this curriculum to life in their respective organizations/agencies.
The application links are below. Seating is limited and applicants will be notified by email if their seat is confirmed or have been placed on a waitlist.
Training is scheduled for 9:30am-12:30pm on November 17.