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ASQ® Online Hands-On Learning Seminar

ASQ<sup>®</sup> Online Hands-On Learning Seminar

Seminar Length

6 hours

Number of Participants

Maximum 10 participants

Seminar Fee

SEMINAR FEE $4,500.00

The above seminar fee includes the speaker fee, technology fee and the agent fee.

The ASQ Online Hands-On Learning Seminar is a virtual seminar suitable for every level of ASQ Online user, including administrators and providers. New users will learn how to integrate the online system with their current processes and existing users will get tips on how to better utilize their system to get the maximum benefit. Led by an experienced and engaging Implementation Specialist, you will learn how to effectively and efficiently use ASQ Online.

This hands-on, activity-driven seminar will cover how to:

  • set up an account—understanding system roles, entering account information, entering keycodes, adding users, adjusting user permissions, creating custom fields, importing and exporting data
  • manage participant data—setting up child and caregiver profiles, searching for individual child records, setting reminders and follow up tasks
  • manage screenings—adding screening results, scoring and reviewing results, tracking future screenings
  • communicate with families—printing and customizing documents, creating mail-out campaigns, sharing follow-up activities
  • use Family Access—customizing your webpage, sharing the URL with parents, reviewing and accepting completed screens
  • use reports—understanding the 20+ available reports, running reports, determine best report to analyze data and discover trends
  • use support—learn how to make the best use of the help system to find answers and locate available resources

The ASQ Online Hands-On Learning Virtual Seminar is a 6-hour virtual training through Zoom.

About the training

You must provide your own laptop or tablet for this training and Wi-Fi/Internet service. We will provide the Zoom link and the ASQ Online demo account. All participants must attend on their own device. All participants must have their cameras on during the training to receive a certificate of completion. Training materials will be shipped directly to you to your preferred mailing address prior to the session. Space is limited.

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1-day virtual training where participants will learn how efficiently and effectively use ASQ Online. Additionally, you will receive practice forms and handouts.

Meet the Trainers

MaryAlice Batts-Hatfield

MaryAlice Batts-Hatfield is an expert trainer who helps users at all experience levels navigate and improve their ASQ Online interactions. MaryAlice incorporates a thoughtful blend of lecture, demonstration and hands on learning in her training classes. She works directly with users to help them best organize and implement their account and to create repeatable processes so that all providers can utilize the ASQ Online system efficiently and successfully. MaryAlice has a background in education, customer service, business analytics and a B.S. in Computer Information Systems and has been working with Brookes Publishing for over 5 years.

Elaine Chan, M.S.

Elaine Chan is an independent early childhood consultant who combines 30 years of public school classroom teaching with clinical experience evaluating and diagnosing children with at-risk issues. As the lead coordinator/trainer for AZ Learning Institute’s Children’s Assessment and Staff Development Services, she participated in a network with the Valley of Sun United Way, including several AZ First Things First resource centers, public, private, and charter schools, and community and urban venues implementing ASQ-3 and ASQ:SE-2 live and online screening programs. She is currently a member of the AZ First Things First Coordinated Screening System and Referral Work Group.

Melissa Vandever

Melissa Vandever is an independent early childhood consultant with over 20 years of teaching experience in early childhood as an assistant teacher, lead teacher, and director. Melissa has also worked as an early intervention special instructor, partnering with families with children from birth to three years experiencing developmental delays or disabilities, and as a child development specialist managing Make the First Five Count program for Easter Seals, where she promotes the program to three counties in Pennsylvania and the surrounding areas. Melissa regularly uses ASQ Online and has managed the Easter Seals program with more 2,500 child profiles and 5,000 screenings, setting up over 100 program users and 70+ Family Access pages.