The National Quality Center (NQC) is seeking people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) for its training program, Training of Consumers on Quality (TCQ), to increase the number of consumers actively participating in local quality management committees or regional quality improvement activities. The rigorous TCQ Program includes extensive pre-work activities and a 2-day face-to-face TCQ session. NQC will host two orientation webinars for interested TCQ candidates. To view the slides, click on the Powerpoint under 'Resources.'
The training dates/locations are as follows:
May 12-14, 2013 in Atlanta, Georgia
June 7-9, 2013 in Sacramento, California
NQC has scheduled an orientation call for March 15, 2013 between 1:00 - 2:30 pm ET. To access the call, please use:
Successful candidates for these two upcoming training are PLWHA who a) have the ability and commitment to participate in local and regional quality improvement activities; b) are associated with, volunteer for, or work with programs funded by the Ryan White Program; and c) are interested in participating in this pilot training.
All TCQ participants are expected to a) successfully submit an online application form that includes the submission of the participant's resume, one letter of reference, and a letter of support from a Ryan White grantee or subgrantee; b) complete all pre-work activities; c) attend the upcoming face-to-face TCQ session; and d) take on an active role in a local, regional, or even national quality improvement effort.
Successful TCQ graduates will:
For more information about the NQC TCQ Program, please contact Daniel Tietz toll-free at (877) 874-0776, or via email at email@example.com.