CASAT

University of Nevada, Reno

Trainers of Tomorrow Proficient Virtual Trainer Badge

Please click below to download a list of individuals that have earned this badge.

 

Issued By: CASAT and NFARtec

The Trainers of Tomorrow Digital Badge signifies that the badge-holder has met the competency standards associated with this online training and intensive technical assistance series. This Digital Badge utilizes a blend of adult learning-based classroom instruction, intensive technical assistance (ITA) observation, and enhancement feedback. Badge-holders are proficient in skills essential to using technology to translate in-person training methods into effective digital engagement and facilitation strategies, and ultimately integrating these skills and practices into virtual learning environments.

Demonstrated Skills and Knowledge

The Trainers of Tomorrow Capacity Assessment for this Digital Badge evaluates the training participant’s skills and knowledge in seven key areas:

  • Background Lighting and Sound
  • Computer Platform Use
  • Adult Learner Engagement
  • Lesson Organization, Engagement, and Flow
  • Comportment
  • Appearance
  • Overall Effectiveness

A full description of the competencies can be found here; Trainers of Tomorrow Capacity Assessment

Completion Criteria

  • Attended the 16.5-hour curriculum during the 7-weeks of training (1.5 hours weekly) and complete 1-hour skills-based weekly learning activities.
  • Attended sessions prepared, actively engaged, and on camera 90% of the scheduled time.
  • Passed the Trainers of Tomorrow Capacity Assessment criteria with a “Skilled” or better
  • Conducted one 3-minute solo presentation using video-platform technologies only
  • Participated in a live practice labs to include: co-leading a virtual classroom settings and practiced effective feedback to cohort in a virtual classroom.

This badge is a collaborative project of the Center for the Application of Substance Abuse Technologies (CASAT), the National Frontier and Rural Telehealth Education Center (NFARtec).

Issued By: CASAT and NFARtec

Badge for - Trained In Technology Based Clinical Supervision

About this Badge

The Technology-Based Clinical Supervision (TBCS) badge signifies that the TBCS participant has voluntarily met the competency standards associated with this online enhanced professional learning series. They are competent in skills essential to using technology to conduct clinical supervision in behavioral health settings.

Demonstrated Skills and Knowledge

  • Initial set-up of TBCS Sessions
  • Using and troubleshooting technology (videoconferencing equipment)
  • Elements of Technology-Based Clinical Supervision
  • TBCS Ethical and Legal Issues
  • Digital Culture and Cultural Competence
  • Role of technology in conducting clinical supervision
  • Technology-based clinical supervision and application in practice
  • Conducting technology-based clinical supervision
  • Therapeutic alliance via technology
  • Legal and jurisdictional implications for conducting technology-based clinical supervision

Completion Criteria

  • Attend 80% of the 21-hour curriculum during the 9-weeks of training (1.5 hours weekly) and complete ONE hour of weekly learning activities.
  • Came prepared, actively engaged, and on camera at least 90% of the scheduled series time.
  • Demonstrated proficient use of technology to offer individual and group clinical supervision via skills-based group presentations based on case scenarios that require incorporating the use of videoconferencing technology.

Disclaimer: This badge does not mean the holder is certified, licensed, or trained as a clinical supervisor.

This badge is a collaborative project of the Center for the Application of Substance Abuse Technologies (CASAT), the National Frontier and Rural Telehealth Education Center (NFARtec).

Please click below to download a list of individuals that have earned this badge.

Issued By: CASAT and NFARtec

Badge for - Trained in Skills Based Clinical Supervision

About this Badge

The Skills-Based Videoconferencing (SBVC) badge signifies that the SBVC participant has successfully completed the competency standards associated with this enhanced professional online learning series and is proficient in skills essential to using technology to deliver counseling in online environment counseling.

Demonstrated Skills and Knowledge

  • Initial set-up of videoconferencing session
  • Using and troubleshooting videoconferencing technology
  • Professional preparation, benefits, and risks of delivering counseling in an online environment
  • Security and confidentiality issues related to counseling in online environment
  • Role of technology in providing counseling services
  • Therapeutic alliance via technology
  • Role of telehealth (videoconferencing) in the continuum of clinical services
  • Professional code of conduct for specific professional association
  • Legal and jurisdictional implications for individual practice
  • Identify, locate, and experience online support groups

Completion Criteria

  • Attended 80% of the 21-hour curriculum during the 9-weeks of training (1.5 hours weekly) and complete ONE hour of weekly learning activities.
  • Came prepared, actively engaged, and on camera at least 90% of the scheduled series time.
  • Demonstrated proficient use of technology to offer individual and group counseling via skills-based group presentations based on case scenarios that require incorporating using videoconferencing technology while conducting the role-play session.

Disclaimer: This badge does not mean the holder is certified, licensed, or trained as a counselor or behavioral health provider.

This badge is a collaborative project of the Center for the Application of Substance Abuse Technologies (CASAT) and the National Frontier and Rural Telehealth Education Center (NFARtec).

Please click below to download a list of individuals that have earned this badge.