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May 17, 2022
12:00-4:30PM

Pre-Conference Director Only Training

Registration Closed

Hyatt Regency Columbus


This will be the first time in many years that we will be offering an in-person, director-level training the day before our Annual Training Conference instead of a General Session (though who is invited to attend mirrors that of quarterly membership meetings) and are excited about the agenda we have developed. Given the nature of the training and capacity limitations, a virtual option will not be made available.

Please note that attendance at this training requires a registration separate from conference and thanks to robust sponsorship this year, we can offer the training free of charge to directors or their proxy with each additional attendee be charged a $50 fee following the event.


What You Need To Know


Location:
 Hyatt Regency Columbus, McKinley Room, 350 North High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215

Date and Time: Tuesday, May 17, 2022 from 12:00PM – 4:30PM

Meals: A buffet-style lunch will be provided outside the training room beginning at 12:00 p.m. Dinner is on your own.

Overnight Accommodations: As this event aligns with the Annual Training Conference, please refer to our conference page for complete hotel and parking details.

Registration: Required training registration can be completed online through Friday, May 6th.


Training Agenda


12:45PM – 1:15PM    OJFSDA Business & Pertinent Updates

1:15PM – 1:45PM      Bureau of Program Integrity’s Fraud Analytics Tool

This program analyzes transactional data in an easy-to-use format for detecting potential SNAP Trafficking violations.

Presented By: Eric Zhang (Assistant Deputy Director, OFMS), Julie Harvey (Bureau Chief of Program Integrity), Chris Dickens (Section Chief, Fraud Control), Chasity Parks (Unit Chief, Fraud Control), and Trung “Titus” Vu (Data Analyst)

1:45PM – 2:30PM     Using Tech to Tackle Implicit Bias in Service Delivery

How can we take on implicit bias without putting families and children at greater risk? The answer could be using virtual reality technology to replicate experiences caseworkers have in the field. Seven jurisdictions are already using the Accenture Virtual Experience Solution (AVEnueS) to support recruitment and retention and bolster caseworker confidence. Now Accenture has a new scenario devoted specifically to the issue of race equity. Learn how this scenario helps users reflect on how their own bias affects decision making. Hear what cumulative user data can teach us about moments when decision making falls along a color line. In short, discover how AVEnueS uses tech to shift the way an entire field of work impacts black and brown children across the country.

Presented By: Molly Tierney (Accenture Public Service), Jeffery Van Deusen (Deputy Director, Office of Families and Children)

2:30PM – 4:30PM      You and Your DISC Assessment

This interactive DISC workshop will allow learners to gain insights into themselves and others. Taking the DISC assessment and workshop will provide you information to help you:

Presented By: Dawnielle Pierce (Training Supervisor, Office of Fiscal and Monitoring)


Questions or Trouble Registering?


Call the OJFSDA office at (614) 221-3688.

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Add to Calendar aCLuDhaqizCaPxAftmqF167204 05/17/2022 12:00 PM 05/17/2022 04:30 PM false America/Detroit Pre-Conference Director Only Training This will be the first time in many years that we will be offering an in-person, director-level training the day before our Annual Training Conference instead of a General Session (though who is invited to attend mirrors that of quarterly membership meetings) and are excited about the agenda we have developed. Given the nature of the training and capacity limitations, a virtual option will not be made available. Please note that attendance at this training requires a registration separate from conference and thanks to robust sponsorship this year, we can offer the training free of charge to directors or their proxy with each additional attendee be charged a $50 fee following the event. What You Need To Know Location: Hyatt Regency Columbus, McKinley Room, 350 North High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215 Date and Time: Tuesday, May 17, 2022 from 12:00PM – 4:30PM Meals: A buffet-style lunch will be provided outside the training room beginning at 12:00 p.m. Dinner is on your own. Overnight Accommodations: As this event aligns with the Annual Training Conference, please refer to our conference page for complete hotel and parking details. Registration: Required training registration can be completed online through Friday, May 6th. Training Agenda 12:45PM – 1:15PM    OJFSDA Business & Pertinent Updates 1:15PM – 1:45PM      Bureau of Program Integrity’s Fraud Analytics Tool This program analyzes transactional data in an easy-to-use format for detecting potential SNAP Trafficking violations. Presented By: Eric Zhang (Assistant Deputy Director, OFMS), Julie Harvey (Bureau Chief of Program Integrity), Chris Dickens (Section Chief, Fraud Control), Chasity Parks (Unit Chief, Fraud Control), and Trung “Titus” Vu (Data Analyst) 1:45PM – 2:30PM     Using Tech to Tackle Implicit Bias in Service Delivery How can we take on implicit bias without putting families and children at greater risk? The answer could be using virtual reality technology to replicate experiences caseworkers have in the field. Seven jurisdictions are already using the Accenture Virtual Experience Solution (AVEnueS) to support recruitment and retention and bolster caseworker confidence. Now Accenture has a new scenario devoted specifically to the issue of race equity. Learn how this scenario helps users reflect on how their own bias affects decision making. Hear what cumulative user data can teach us about moments when decision making falls along a color line. In short, discover how AVEnueS uses tech to shift the way an entire field of work impacts black and brown children across the country. Presented By: Molly Tierney (Accenture Public Service), Jeffery Van Deusen (Deputy Director, Office of Families and Children) 2:30PM – 4:30PM      You and Your DISC Assessment This interactive DISC workshop will allow learners to gain insights into themselves and others. Taking the DISC assessment and workshop will provide you information to help you: Improve self-awareness Understand other people and adapt to their behavior Learn how to work together more productively Transform conflict into collaboration Develop stronger communication skills Become more effective leaders Presented By: Dawnielle Pierce (Training Supervisor, Office of Fiscal and Monitoring) Questions or Trouble Registering? Call the OJFSDA office at (614) 221-3688. Hyatt Regency Columbus