Below are all the web-based training opportunities provided by OHCPAP for PCP or PCC Agency Staff. There are two ways you can access these trainings. First, you can go to a specific training from the list below by clicking the “Access Training Here” button under the brief training description. Or you can access ALL trainings by visiting the Private Child Placing (PCP) or Child Caring (PCC) Agency Staff Training Portal. This portal was designed to assist you in completing your required trainings through one accessible outlet.Access PCP/PCC Agency Staff Training Portal
This web based training is designed to assist you in completing the CRP-7 Application for Level of Care Payment (ALP). The focus of this training will be on the ongoing level assignments (also called utilization reviews) and the information required from the PCCs/PCPs to complete those assignments.
Please note: DCBS workers may also maintain a level of care on children in DCBS foster care by submitting the same forms required by the PCCs/PCPs.
Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma, also known as "Shaken Baby Syndrome", is the leading cause of death from child abuse. Recent legislation passed in Kentucky requires training on recognition, intervention and prevention of abusive head trauma for a variety of Kentucky citizens and professionals who work with children. This web-based training will fulfill the training requirements mandated by House Bill 285.
Please note: This web-based training is intended for Foster/Adoptive Parents and will need to be repeated every five years.
This web-based training gives an overview of the Reasonable and Prudent Parent Standards and promoting normalcy for children in care as it pertains to the Preventing Sex Trafficking and Strengthening Families Act
of 2014. This training will define RPPS and how it is applied, youth rights and responsibilities, staff and foster parent roles and DCBS policies.
The training is designed for P&P staff, DCBS Foster/Adoptive Parents, Private Child Placing and Private Child Caring Agency staff and parents.
The web based training will allow clinical staff an opportunity to review the context for the standardized assessment outlined in the PCC agreement. During the training, clinical staff will have the opportunity to understand how and why the outline was developed, as well as discuss and practice optimum usage of the outline; understand the expectations of both state and federal Medicaid guidelines; review best practice measures for assessing; and understand the integrative links for day to day documentation on children served.Access Training Here