Upcoming Training: April 11-13, 2022 | 9 AM - 4 PM | Zembrodt Education Center
The Leadership Academy fosters initial leadership development and increases basic skills contributing to professionalism in the workplace. This three-day, in person training will enable you to strengthen your own leadership skills, become more comfortable sharing your story, increase your ability to a become leader in your community, and contribute to fostering a “family-driven” and “youth-guided” system of care. Temporary grant funding allows us to produce this training at no cost to you.
Training core competencies include:
- Leadership Roles
- Communication Skills
- Decision-Making Skills
- Dealing with Conflict
- Effective Advocacy
- Partnership and Collaboration
For an in depth look at the scope of this training, click here. 908 KAR 2:230 and 908 KAR 2:240 require Kentucky Family Leadership Academy (KFLA) training. KFLA training is a prerequisite training to a core competency training for potential Family Peer Support Specialists and Youth Peer Support Specialists. This curriculum has been approved by Kentucky Department for Behavioral Health, Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities (DBHDID).