Continuous Improvement Track
The Continuous Improvement Track offers training for professionals who are working directly to impact outcomes for children and youth in Adams and Broomfield Counties. This support is especially ideal for educators, non-profit practitioners, and cross-sector partners who are interested in implementing or enhancing results oriented work using the Continuous Improvement process.
Curriculum focuses first on understanding the problem or area of opportunity, understanding what the data says about the current state of this problem and determining a target for where we want to be in the short- and long-terms related to this problem, understanding the factors and root causes for why the data is where it is currently, and THEN identifying interventions and tracking data in real time to tell if the intervention is working. This allows an intervention to be adopted, adapted, or abandoned based on the impact it is actually having towards solving the identified problem.
Please note: Location information and final details will be emailed to all folks who register via the constant contact link. If you have any questions, please contact Ashley Edinger, Manager of Sustainability, at AshleyEdinger@RMC2C.org.
Intro to Continuous Improvement
What is Continuous Improvement and how can this process help me improve outcomes on behalf of children and youth?
Learn about the Continuous Improvement process and receive an introduction to basic tools that are key to the practice.
LEANing into Results Oriented Work
Take a deeper dive into the Continuous Improvement process in this intensive, day-long, applied learning session.
This workshop builds on the skills learned in Intro to Continuous Improvement and team members will work together to create an actionable plan for implementing continuous improvement into their own space.
Cost: In-County or RMC2C Partner: FREE | Out-of-county and not RMC2C Partner: contact Ashley for registration details
EDUCATORS: Professional Development/ Continuation/ Recertification/ Professional Learning Credits may be offered by your district for completion of these trainings. Contact your district office for more information – currently this is an option for Adams 12 Five Star Schools, 27J Schools, and Westminster Public Schools educators.