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Private Childcare Placing Training Records Information System (PCP-TRIS)
The PCP-TRIS system is currently in the development process. It will capture all training activities related to parenting skills and mandatory training requirements for Private Childcare Placing (PCP) agencies’ foster parents. Training sessions are conducted by DCBS Training Branch staff, PCP Staff and other community partners. Team members work closely with Residential Worker Competency Project (RWCP) Staff, PCP staff and supervisors, Training Branch trainers, and Central Office management. Team members who work with this system are responsible for maintaining and processing all training documentation for foster and adoptive parents of contracted private agencies, throughout their home approval and closure process. The PCP-TRIS system will provide a collection of specialized, comprehensive, aggregated data and reports for Central Office management and PCP agencies. This data consists of training hours, training participants, parent approval tracking, training surveys, and other related information.
Team Members
 Leigh Ann Tincher, Training Assistant
Leigh Ann TincherLeigh Ann collaborates with the PCP Staff to ensure data integrity of the PCP-TRIS system. She oversees the entry of forms for PCP Foster Parents. Leigh Ann is responsible for maintaining data integrity and quality of that data provided by agencies and PCP-TRIS users alike. She also processes surveys, training attendance information, credit hours details, and provides technical support to agencies and their PCP Workers in the use and navigation of the PCP-TRIS system, as well as foster parents.
leigh.tincher@eku.edu
 
 
 Kerrie Fultz, TRIS Program Specialist
Kerrie FultzKerrie oversees data quality control, and runs reports as requested by members of DCBS and PCP Management, as well as MWMA and DBHDID. Kerrie works closely with MWMA Staff, PCP Staff and DCBS to ensure their needs are met. She posts training sessions, courses, training events, and manages registrations. Kerrie also provides instruction for Training Assistants, and works with the programming team to implement programming features to PCP-TRIS and MWMA-TRIS websites. Lastly, Kerrie oversees training pre and post requirements and credit for all regional training curricula specific to home approvals for PCP Parents.
kerrie.fultz@eku.edu