Quality Control Programming

PHASE I: Preparation

Instructional Goal Planning serves as a simple framework for programs aligned with measures of standards and metrics, core modeling, critical content, and key design to provide data based evidence through a differential and comprehensive approach.  Tools and techniques includes:

Plan Quality (Cause and Effect) – includes the problem statement, major cause categories, brainstorm causes, categorized causes, and identifying root causes.

Perform Quality Assurance (Flow Chart) – shows the direction that the process flows, the boundaries of the process, where and when the process starts and ends, and the level of detail included in the process. Basic offerings inside the flow chart includes parent registration process for the program; administering program & Conditioned Minds evaluations of screening process; workshop & evaluation provided to coaches (provides anticipatory guidance and monitors development); workshop provided to parents (provides anticipatory guidance, referral measures).

PHASE II: Perform Quality Control

Quality Control is determined by the measurement process of selecting the best process for the needs of the community, families, youth, coaches, learning environments, positive communication, and goal setting around both content and skills.  Conditioned Minds provides various approaches including 1) Free clinics for participants; 2) parent workshops involving strategies aligning future success of each child in the classroom, at home, and in the community; 3) integrated training programs; 4) assessment and reporting tools to help grow the program while overcoming negative programmatic barriers; 5) incentive programming creating the bait to redirect positive behavior and outcomes; and 6) concession program used as a fundraising tool to help raise scholarship monies for families with multiple kids in the program.