Training Registration

New training opportunities (click to view):
Nationally Certified ROMA Implementer
CAP60 Training  •  August 8 – 9
Intro to ROMA + Overview of ROMA Next Generation  •  October 17 & 18


Nationally Certified ROMA Implementer (Arkansas Cohort 3)

The process to become a ROMA Implementer (NCRI) involves demonstration of understanding of the basic concepts related to Results Oriented Management and Accountability, demonstration of your experience in using ROMA in your job duties, and acceptance of your role in the national network to promote the use of the full ROMA Cycle in your agency. There are four phases to the training and certification process: taking an E-Course, attending a one-day NCRI Training session, preparation of a portfolio to demonstrate your understanding of the concepts and your use of the practices, and a final exam.

For more information, visit the Certifications page here.


CAP60 Trainings

ACAAA, in conjunction with DHS DCO Office of Community Services, is offering a series of CAP60 trainings.  The trainings were scheduled for June, July, and August at various locations around the state and are set at the intermediate to advanced level, including information about the LIHEAP and Head Start modules.

The remaining session will be held in Little Rock on August 8 – 9 at the ACAAA Training Center (1111 West 6th Street, Suite C).

ACAAA has secured a corporate rate from the Wyndham Riverfront Little Rock — $94.00 single/double occupancy and $10.00 each additional person, which includes breakfast.  (A link to a special hotel registration page will be provided in the training-registration confirmation email.)

Register here.


Intro to ROMA + Overview of ROMA Next Generation

2-day session
Targeted participants: Executive directors, and managers and staff from all programs who have never attended an “Intro to ROMA” training; NCRI candidates and prospective candidates; and ROMA-informed staff wanting to examine ROMA and ROMA Next Gen tools, such as Logic Models, scales and matrices, and national and local theories of change, more fully.

Tuesday, October 17 from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (lunch provided) and
Wednesday, October 18 from 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (lunch on-your-own)
Registration fee: $25 per attendee

Register here.