What is a NNED Community of Practice (CoP)?
NNED Communities of Practice (CoP) are professional development opportunities for NNED Members to receive training on a specific promising practice that can be implemented in diverse communities. Members will ‘meet’ regularly using virtual learning platforms to receive training, discuss common practice challenges and successes, and share information about strategies and resources.
What are the benefits of being part of a NNED CoP?
- Learn about
- Implement a promising/evidence-based practice in your community
- Free support from experts
- Peer learning and support
What are the expectations from participants?
- Engage in regular calls and training
- Use a virtual learning space for 6-8 months
- Have demonstrated knowledge and work experience with the population of focus
- Give feedback to inform the NNED’s work
Please contact us if you have any additional questions.
Rachele Espiritu, Ph.D., Director of the National Facilitation Center for the NNED