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CTI-120 (2024-2025) HERDS Data Entry & Reports Training


Enrollment DeadlineSectionCourse FormatStart/End Dates Details Instructor(s)Speakers
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12/16/2024
Dec 18, 10-11am Live Training (in-person or online) 12/18/2024 to 12/18/2024
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11/10/2024
Nov 12, 2-3pm Live Training (in-person or online) 11/12/2024 to 11/12/2024
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10/6/2024
Oct 8, 1-2pm Live Training (in-person or online) 10/8/2024 to 10/8/2024
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9/16/2024
Sept 18, 11-12pm Live Training (in-person or online) 9/18/2024 to 9/18/2024
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8/7/2024
Aug 9, 9-10am Live Training (in-person or online) 8/9/2024 to 8/9/2024
Enrollment deadline has passed.
July 18, 10-11am Live Training (in-person or online) 7/18/2024 to 7/18/2024


Course Description

This course provides a solid foundation for facilities and agencies to report data to their overseeing agencies.

The course will begin with a look at how to obtain access to HERDS and how facilities will be notified when there are activities to be completed. Learners will then be provided demonstration of the reporting platform. The session concludes with a brief overview of the pre-selected reports available from the application.

This course is presented in a one hour session via WebEx Training Center.

OBJECTIVES:

  • Locate and modify the person record.
  • Explain the importance of the person record in relation to HERDS.
  • Demonstrate the ability to review assigned roles.
  • Locate and access HERDS.
  • Describe the overall structure of HERDS activities.
  • Describe the difference between Periodic and General activities.
  • Identify and Define the three steps to activity completion.
  • Demonstrate the ability to complete an activity.
  • Identify resources for ongoing support.

Average Completion Time

1 hours

Prerequisites

None

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