Bureau of Maternal & Child Health (BMCH)

Purpose: To enable the learner to be fluent in the policies and practices for the Family Case Management Program in order to ensure that local service providers have the knowledge and skills required
Purpose: To enable the learner to have the knowledge and skills required to meet program standards in the policies, practices and procedures of the Cornerstone software system. Staff registering for

Cornerstone

Purpose: To provide training on Cornerstone data entry for the IBCCP. This training will provide a “hands-on” approach to the Breast & Cervical Cancer functions within the Cornerstone software

Meetings & Conferences

To provide current information and skill enhancement to Competent Professional Authority (CPA) utilizing participant-centered services and counseling techniques in the Illinois WIC program.
To enable the learner to gain the necessary knowledge and skills to issue medically prescribed formulas for the Illinois WIC program.
To onboard and provide the most current information to new Competent Professional Authority (CPA) working in the Illinois WIC program on the fundamentals of medically prescribed formulas and
To provide current information and skill enhancement to Competent Professional Authority (CPA) staff utilizing participant centered services in the Illinois WIC program.

Web Based

This curriculum was developed to ensure that all staff attain a level of proficiency in the skills required to promote and support breastfeeding in the WIC setting.
This curriculum was developed to provide all Illinois WIC Local Agency Breastfeeding Coordinators with the information needed to promote and support breastfeeding services to participants in the WIC
The curriculum provides BBO case managers and others with the training necessary to deliver the March of Dimes, Becoming a Mom/Comenzando Bien, prenatal education curriculum. Becoming a Mom has been
This training was developed to provide instruction to local agency staff to ensure that project operations are in full compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and all applicable
This web based module does not meet ADA requirements.

WIC

To enable the learner to function as an Illinois WIC Program Coordinator in order to provide required services to participants. The course includes: development of WIC clinic schedules, WIC budgets,
This training has been designed to address the needs of those, new and experienced, who are involved in the daily support of the WIC program. This training will provide training on WIC policy, income
Purpose: To enable staff serving as Competent Professional Authorities(CPA) in the WIC program with the skills and information needed in order to provide services to participants. This training will