Three Ways to Get Involved in Phase Two

Zooming in: Choose your path forward…

There are three training tracks to choose from during Phase Two. When you/your organization are selecting your preferred track, please consider the following:

  • How do human-centered design activities fit into your current agency activities?

  • What level of expertise in human-centered design does your agency want to attain? Remember that in addition to Co-Creating Well-Being, human-centered design can be applied to all of the work of your agency

  • What level of staff resources can you/your agency realistically dedicate?

See the table below for a summary of activities included in the three tracks. For more detailed information, continue to scroll down the page.

 
 
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Self-Study

Use the knowledge you/your organization already have from attending training in human-centered design and trauma-informed care and try out the postcard, empathy map, or emoji wheel with your clients and let us know how it went!  

Web-Based Training

Use your previous knowledge plus take advantage of interactive training resources on the website to gain a more trained understanding of human-centered design and trauma-informed care tools and processes.

In-Person Training

Use your previous knowledge, plus take advantage of up to four days of in-person training on how to conduct engagement and interpret data with a human-centered approach, while connecting with other like-minded organizations in your area.


Important Dates

 

You do not need to apply for the Self-Study track

You do not need to attend any additional scheduled events.

You will submit completed tools/insights to the Co-Creating Well-Being team by September 13 for interpretation

You need to apply to participate in the Web-Based Training track by June 5th

Webinars will take place at 2:00–3:00 pm on the days noted:

You will submit completed tools/insights to the Co-Creating Well-Being team by September 13 for interpretation

You need to apply to participate in the In-Person Training track by June 5th.

Human Centered Advanced Engagement training will be held (select one):

  • July 25–26 or Aug 13-14 in Central NY

  • July 10–11, July 15–16 or Aug 21–22 in Western NY

Optional training on how to organize and interpret insights from human-centered engagement will be held (select one):

  • October 2019 (date TBD)

You will submit completed tools/insights to the Co-Creating Well-Being team by September 13 for interpretation

 

Engagement Activities

 

In the Self-Study track, you/your organization may access a variety of open-access tools available on the Co-Creating Well-Being website such as blog posts and instructional videos on the tools introduced during Phase One

Everything in Self-Study, plus:

In the Web-Based Training track, you/your organization will have access to interactive web-based training resources such as scheduled live webinars as you use a human-centered, trauma-informed approach to gather input about the needs and insights from children/families

Everything in Self-Study, plus:

In the In-Person Training track, you/your organization will attend a two-day training (for up to three staff) providing additional information, demonstration, and practice on how to gather information in a human-centered, trauma-informed way

 

Interpretation Activities

 

In the Self-Study track, you/your organization will send in the completed engagement tools that you have collected to the Co-Creating Well-Being team for analysis

Everything in Self-Study, plus:

In the Web-Based Training track, you/your organization may choose to use the resources available, including a webinar training, to interpret data collected

Everything in Self-Study, plus:

In the In-Person Training track, you/your organization may choose to attend an optional two-day training session focusing on how to organize and interpret the data you have gathered, providing guidance on how to structure program design and delivery based on the expressed needs and desires of your intended “end-user”/community

 

Additional Support

 

In the Self-Study track, you/your organization will have access to the Co-Creating Well-Being team to ask clarifying questions

Everything in Self-Study, plus:

In the Web-Based Training track, you/your organization can ask detailed questions during the webinar trainings

Everything in Self-Study, plus:

In the In-Person Training track, you/your organization will have in-person training paired with scheduled coaching calls after the engagement training to support data collection

 

Approximate Commitment

Please note that based on you/your organization's current work these unscheduled hours can mostly likely be incorporated into everyday activities. The stipend, based on involvement, will be provided to help offset the resources required for your organization’s participation in Phase Two.

 

The Self-Study track will require up to 1 day (unscheduled) to collect data

No additional hours needed to attend training

Your organization will receive a stipend ($100-$500, based on involvement) if you submit completed engagement tools

The Web-Based Training track will require to 2 days (unscheduled) to learn and collect data

Up to 5 hours (scheduled) to attend webinar training

Your organization will receive a stipend ($200-$750, based on involvement) if you submit completed engagement tools and attend the webinar trainings

The In-Person Training track will require up to 2 days (unscheduled) to learn, collect data, and access coaching

Up to 2–4 days (scheduled) to attend in-person training

Your organization will receive a stipend ($250-$2000, based on involvement) if you submit completed engagement tools and attend in-person training(s)

 

A Peek into Phase Three

Action through Grants

Co-Creating Well-Being will transition into Phase Three: Implementation. The Health Foundation for Western and Central New York and its partners will offer related grant opportunities in 2020. This phase will involve the following activities:

  • Review of the Insights Report developed from the data collected in Phase Two

  • Incorporation of your knowledge of needs and insights of children/families gained through previous learning to propose a program or service to improve well-being

  • Grant applications informed by needs emerging from the Insights Report

Your organization does not have to participate in Phase Two to be eligible for Phase Three. Only Phase One human-centered design training is required for eligibility. Additionally, the level of participation an agency selects for Phase Two does not provide a greater chance of successfully receiving a grant in Phase Three.