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The CPP Agency Mentorship Program (C.A.M.P.) model is a sustainability model that enables an agency with a team of supervisory staff certified in CPP to sustain CPP. Through an 18-month long process, agency teams are mentored to train and supervise staff within the agency to fidelity.
At this time, as we test and refine the model and support trainers in implementing this model, there is limited capacity to mentor C.A.M.P. sites. Currently training is being arranged primarily with state or large system entities to support the sustainability of CPP within large systems of care that have made significant investments in CPP.
Watch the videos and read our materials to find out more.
C.A.M.P. Agency Apprentice Trainers (supervisors within the agency who are being trained to train in CPP) are mentored to conduct the training components. C.A.M.P. Participants (therapists at the agency) complete the training components during their CPP training. Downloadable documents outline the responsibilities of each team member.
- 1Participate in core CPP didactics
- 2Read the CPP manual
- 3Work with families using CPP
- 4Participate in weekly reflective CPP supervision
- 5Attend CPP case conferences
- 6Participate in CPP competency building workshop
- 7Complete fidelity forms
C.A.M.P. Agency trainers and Systems leaders also participate in Systems consultation and monitoring of agency fidelity and learn how to use CPP data systems.
To support the sustainability of the agency team, C.A.M.P. trainers (agency staff who have been mentored to train in CPP) may obtain approval to mentor new C.A.M.P. Trainers (CPP supervisors within the agency who are certified in CPP).
Once the agency feels confident in this person's capacity to conduct the training components, a Senior CPP Trainer or member of the CPP Dissemination and Implementation Team reviews the potential apprentice trainer’s work and determines whether they meet the criteria for endorsement as a C.A.M.P. Trainer.
The pathway to becoming a C.A.M.P. site and to implementing a C.A.M.P. training may look different in different systems.
This video offer some examples of pathways to becoming a C.A.M.P. site.
To support sites in better understanding and carrying out a C.A.M.P. training, below is a list of documents that may guide the process. Some of these have already been shared above.
1. C.A.M.P. Glossary
A glossary of the terms we use when describing the C.A.M.P Training
2. C.A.M.P. Overview
A document that outlines the CPP Agency Mentorship Program (C.A.M.P.) training model
3. C.A.M.P. Apprentice Trainer Training Agreement
Outlines the required components that a C.A.M.P. Agency Apprentice Trainer is being mentored to do. This contract is typically signed prior to beginning the mentorship to ensure that they are aware of the C.A.M.P. training components.
4. C.A.M.P. Participant Training Agreement
Outlines the required components that a C.A.M.P. Participant (an agency clinical staff member who is participating in a C.A.M.P. training as a way to learn CPP) is required to complete in order to be eligible for the CPP Roster. This agreement is typically signed prior to the individual beginning a C.A.M.P. Training to ensure that they are aware of the minimum training requirements.
Note: This is the 2018 contract. Trainings that began before March 2017 may use a slightly different contract provided by the trainer.
5. C.A.M.P. Training Components Table
Outlines the training components and responsibilities of each team member
6. C.A.M.P. Budget Template
A template that can be used to develop a training contract and scope of work for each team member.
7. C.A.M.P. Apprentice Trainer Minimum Requirements Verification Form
This form is used at the end of the C.A.M.P. Apprenticeship to verify that the C.A.M.P. trainer is endorsed to train in the required training components.
8. C.A.M.P. Training Participant Minimum Requirements Verification Form
This form is used at the end of the C.A.M.P. Apprenticeship to verify that the Training Participant has completed each of the training components and is eligible to be listed on the CPP Roster.
9. Training Components Across Implementation Level Trainings
Outlines and compares the training components for different implementation level trainings (Learning Collaborative, C.A.M.P. training, Endorsed CPP Internship)