PHMC releases Request for Proposals for Professional Development and Technical Assistance Services for the Southeast Regional Key
Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC) is soliciting responses for a Request for Proposal (RFP) for the FY16 delivery of Professional Development and Technical Assistance services for the Southeast Regional Key (SERK). FY16 contracts will be effective as of July 1, 2015.
CLICK HERE to download the Request for Proposals.
Click on the following links to download the proposal application and attachments
FY15 RFP Application (Word)
Attachment A.1 - Credit and Credential PD Work Plan
Attachment A.2 - Needs Based PD Proposed Services
Attachment A.3 – Needs Based PD Work Plan
Attachment A.4 - Needs Based PD Course Overview Form
Attachment A.5 – TA Proposed Services
Attachment B – All Services Staff Plan
|RFP Released to Public||February 13th|
Held at SERK @PHMC
|February 19th RESCHEDULED|
|RFP Submission Deadline||March 20th at 5pm|
|Preliminary Notification of Awards||May 1st|
|SERK PD/TA Contract Training||May 19th|
|FY16 Contracts Executed (pending passage of PA State budget)||July 1st|
Child Care Health Consultation (CCHC) service supports Keystone STARS practitioners in implementing best practices in health and safety through the use of a registered nurse. The Child Care Health Consultant uses the age-appropriate Environment Rating Scales and other tools to assess health and safety policy and practice at an ECE or SAC facility. The Consultant then works with the practitioner to develop an action plan that addresses challenges and areas for improvement.
Are you sick of classrooms full of runny noses?
Are you worried that the children you serve need vision or dental screenings?
Are you having a hard time with Personal Care Routines?
Do you need more support on health and safety practice?
How can a Child Care Health Consultant help you?
To request Child Care Health Consultation for your site, please download the request form by clicking here.
“Our participation in the Keystone STARS program encouraged my staff to go on and get higher education in childcare.”