NARA’s Key Indicator System: Facilitated Dialogues was held on Friday, March 23
Participants joined Dr. Fiene and NARA at the following time to discuss Key Indicators, Licensing Measurement & Systems
3-4pm AT |2-3pm ET |1-2pm CT |12-1pm MT | 11-12pm PT | 10-11am AKT
Child Care | Adult Care | Child Welfare
NARA was excited to present the first session of facilitated dialogues on Key Indicators with Dr. Rick Fiene, the father of the Key Indicator System. The Key Indicator System methodology applies across all licensing areas; these dialogues allow licensing professionals across child care, adult care, and child welfare to discuss the application and theory of Key Indicators as they increase efficiency and effectiveness of existing licensing systems.
2018 Meeting Details
Months: March, June, and September
Duration: 60 minutes
Date/Time: March 23 at 2-3pm ET
Every effort will be made to find a date that works for all participants, however, if you cannot join a meeting: 1) you may submit questions in advance for Dr. Fiene to answer, and 2) NARA will send you the discussion recording.
September’s meeting will be held both in person for those attending seminar and via conference call line.
Meeting recordings will be made available to participants.
Participants will be given access to a Community Forum to continue discussion and ask questions between meetings.
Additional meetings into 2018 and beyond will be determined as the group sees fit.
To Join this Group
Complete registration and payment for the 2018 Facilitated Dialogues Package – three (3) 60-minute meetings in 2018 to learn from Dr. Fiene and ask questions specific. You may join this group after it begins in March; you will be sent the recordings for meetings missed.
Individual and Organizational: $75 per person (breaks down to $25 per session)
Retiree & Student: $60 per person (breaks down to $20 per session)
Non-member cost: $120 per person (breaks down to $40 per session)
About Dr. Rick Fiene
Dr. Fiene has spent 40+ years in developing and improving Key Indicator, risk assessment and differential monitoring methodologies. After a long career in Pennsylvania State Government as a research psychologist and the Pennsylvania State University as a professor of psychology, in 2013 he created the Research Institute for Key Indicators (RIKI) in order to consolidate all research on differential monitoring. Most recently RIKI has entered into a strategic partnership with NARA on the future development of Key Indicators, risk assessment and differential monitoring to all human services.