CADER highlights the need for better mental health training for care providers.

For Organizations

Partners for greater impact.

The Network and CADER teams provide a comprehensive range of evidence-based, skills-oriented training programs to develop your health and social services workforce. We’re ready to partner with you to ensure that your staff has the key competencies and knowledge required to meet both challenges and opportunities, now and in the future.

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Develop Your Workforce

Whether you are looking for standardized or customized training, we will strengthen the relevant skills your employees need for their work.

Our Learning Catalog: Choose from a range of courses and certificates in our Learning Catalog to train your staff — we will manage all enrollment, provide monthly reports, and work directly with them to ensure successful completion.

Our Services: Need curriculum development or customized training? We can design new programs tailored to the needs of your organization. We provide end-to-end management and technical support to ensure that your staff receives the training and skills they need to be effective.

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Partner With Trainers

Search our Trainers Hub for a list of expert instructors who are faculty, advisors, and alumni of BU’s School of Social Work or certificate graduates from CADER or CBT programs. All of our instructors are certified by completing The Network’s rigorous Train-the-Trainers program and are qualified to deliver training, develop course content, and design evaluations and assessments that measure and build the key competencies of your staff.

Featured Evaluation Reports

These reports reflect compelling results from organizations we are currently working with or have worked with in the past.

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Evaluation Report

New York State Case Management Certificate Training Program (2021)

A 2021 report on the New York Case Management Certificate program shares findings from learner in-depth training on the core functions and responsibilities of care management and care coordination, an introduction to care transitions, and a review of the resources available to support care in the community integral to person-centered care.

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The quality of the education provided is outstanding. Training is evidence-based, with an academic spine that is also informed by practitioners. Because it’s offered online in modules, it’s easy for staff to complete the training on their own schedule when it’s most convenient for them.