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Training Toolbox

Welcome to ITAC's Training Toolbox! This resource makes it easy for program staff to browse and share both proven and innovative training strategies/activities on a variety of topics relevant to leadership and Maternal and Child Health. In the Toolbox, training strategies are categorized by topic, making it easy for you to browse different methods other programs use to teach important concepts to their trainees. You can also save strategies you feel could be applicable in your program to a folder of your personal favorites.

The Training Toolbox was developed by the Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD), through a cooperative agreement with the Maternal and Child Health Bureau # UA5MC11068. For additional information or to contact staff with questions, see the FAQ at left.


Keep your favorite training strategies at your fingertips for future use. Save and access any training strategy in your personal folder, add notes, and share your favorites with others.


Share Your Strategy

Help fill the toolbox with both proven and innovative training strategies. Post a strategy your program uses to effectively teach trainees on topics in Maternal and Child Health, leadership, and more.


Recently Added Strategies

Leadership and Policy Experience

implemented in 2013 by New Hampshire - Maine LEND Program
contact Susan Russell

All trainees in the New Hampshire-Maine LEND program complete a Leadership and Policy Experience during the Spring semester. … [continue reading]

Individualized Advocacy Project (IAP)

implemented in 2006 by FL - Mailman Center for Child Development, UCEDD/LEND
contact Michelle Schladant

An Individualized Advocacy Project (IAP) is when a trainee works with a faculty mentor to create an advocacy project that … [continue reading]

Adult Health Case-based Modules, Case 4 of 4

implemented in 2013 by NY - Westchester Institute for Human Development, UCEDD/LEND
contact Karen Edwards

Click here for a complete overview of this resource. A basic case description appears below and additional … [continue reading]

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