Many local, state and federal agencies have contracted with CCDET. The following is a partial list of our current and past clients:
- ADVOCAP: UW Oshkosh CCDET in collaboration with ADVOCAP provides training services for the Father and Family Stability Project. This Project will increase the parenting abilities, general life skills, and positive employment outcomes of low income fathers; enhance the relationship and involvement of low income fathers with their children and partner/spouse; and result in greater self-sufficiency for fathers and their families.
- Corporation for National Service, Serve Wisconsin: UW Oshkosh CCDET is currently providing a Vet Corps program for veteran UW Oshkosh students and military family members. Students are placed at nonprofit agencies in order to gain valuable experience by helping local organizations fulfill their missions while recruiting and supporting volunteers and acting as a key resource for other veterans and military families.
- Winnebago County: Using UW Oshkosh students as mentors along with CCDET staff, the Truancy Intervention Program (TIP) works with students in the local schools to improve attendance and academic outcomes.
- Wisconsin Department of Children and Families (DCF): UW Oshkosh CCDET staff in collaboration with DCF provide training services related to the administration of work support programs such as Wisconsin Works (W-2) and Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF).
- Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS)/Division of Long Term Care (DLTC): UW Oshkosh CCDET provides a web-based learning center to launch three online certification courses to Wisconsin Functional Screeners. UW Oshkosh CCDET also offers a bi-annual Continuing Skills Test for certified Adult Long Term Care Functional Screeners to retain their status as a certified screener.
- Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS)/Division of Long Term Care (DLTC): UW Oshkosh CCDET in collaboration with DHS will be developing dementia standards and training curriculum for a variety of audiences including healthcare providers, crisis teams, community members and family caregivers. This project will support Wisconsin’s move to become a dementia capable state.
- Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS)/Division of Quality Assurance (DQA): UW Oshkosh CCDET provides training services related to the prevention of abuse and neglect in long-term care facilities along with additional continuing education topics commonly required for most providers.
- Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS)/Division of Quality Assurance (DQA): Through a grant funded by the Civil Money Penalty Project, UW Oshkosh CCDET will be offering an online course, “Increasing Safety by Preventing Violence” beginning in November of 2014.
- Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS)/Bureau of Assisted Living (BAL): UW Oshkosh CCDET provides training and registry services for Wisconsin Community Based Residential Facilities (CBRF). Contracted services included the following: curriculum development, development and management of an online registry of approved instructors, training programs and successful participants, fraud identification and suppression, and compilation of data and development of reports for BAL.
- Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS)/Division of Health Care Access and Accountability (DHCAA): UW Oshkosh CCDET has provided training and quality assurance services related to the administration of eligibility programs, such as Medicaid, BadgerCare and FoodShare.
- US Department of Labor, OSHA: The Safety and Health in Wind Energy Training Program was developed by UW Oshkosh CCDET in partnership with Wisconsin wind energy companies and wholly funded by a US Department of Labor, OSHA Susan Harwood Training Grant #SH-21009-10-60-F-55.
- Wisconsin Bureau for People with Developmental Disabilities (WI BPDD): As a pilot project, UW Oshkosh CCDET administered an online training program (College of Direct Support) for those providing direct care to people with developmental disabilities.
- Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development, Youth Apprenticeship: UW Oshkosh CCDET staff developed competencies and training tools for an array of youth apprenticeship (YA) skill sets in cooperation with regional YA coordinators, department staff and employers.