Training

The purpose of Entry Point training is to ensure that all direct service and program management staff understand and implement Coordinated Entry policies and procedures and evidence-based practices, so that our Continuum of Care (CoC) can most ethically, effectively and efficiently serve our clients who are experiencing or at-risk of homelessness. We offer a wide diversity of topics for information and skill-building, including our core curriculum topics and a broad array of elective courses. It is important for each agency to monitor staff attendance at training to ensure staff meet Entry Point training requirementsopens in a new window.

As of February 1, 2021, all training info and training registration will occur on our new Learning Management System, Talent LMS. Stay tuned for info about how to enroll in the LMS system and access future training! Most partner agency staff will be automatically enrolled and will receive emails with login credentials and instructions.

Due to COVID-19, the Entry Point trainings will be offered as web casts followed by a post test until it is safe to meet in person again.  

Click here for access to Entry Point Coordinated Entry Basic Training online modules and post tests, or contact Jake Bradley at Jake@suburbancook.org.

A few general notes about training:

  • All training sessions require advance registration at the URL listed for each training. You do not need to print and bring a ticket.
  • Trainings may have an attendance capacity to ensure comfort for participants.
  • Parking pointers, accessibility info, and other details will be provided after you register if applicable.
  • Most trainings will be offered again in future quarters in other regions.
  • All trainings are FREE unless otherwise noted.
  • This schedule is subject to change.
  • Social Work CEUs may be available for an extra fee. Indicate on your registration form in advance of the training if interested.
  • With any questions, please contact Jake Bradley at jake@suburbancook.org