TN KEY Certified Trainers
Starting January 1, 2020, the TN Department of Children's Services and partner provider agencies will offer a brand new pre-approval training for potential foster parents, Tennessee KEY. Below is a list of trainers and staff who are certified to deliver the new training.
Master Trainers are certified to deliver the curriculum to new trainers during Training for Trainers (T4T), as well as delivery to general training participants. The trainers below are certified to deliver Tennessee KEY T4T.
|Tennessee KEY Master Trainer||Agency||Contact|
|Ronya Faulkner||Department of Children's Services||Ronya.R.Faulkner@tn.gov|
|Joye Duvall||Department of Children's Services||Joye.G.Duvall@tn.gov|
|Arminta Chambers||Department of Children's Services
|Tamara Gray||Department of Children's Services
|Aisha Greene||Department of Children's Services
|Bethany Henderson||Department of Children's Services||Bethany.Henderson@tn.gov|
|Amanda Law||Department of Children's Services
|Andrea Nash||Department of Children's Services||Andrea.Nash@tn.gov|
|Shianne Newell||Department of Children's Services
|Matt Quick||Department of Children's Services||Matt.Quick@tn.gov|
|Kim Bracken||Harmony Family Center|
|Lillian Hampton||Harmony Family Center|
|Judy Lewis||Harmony Family Center|
The Original Certification column indicates the date the trainer completed the T4T and was initially certified as a trainer for the curriculum. All trainers certified to deliver TN KEY must deliver at least one TN KEY group within six months of initial certification and provide copies of sign-in sheets to the Office of Training and Professional Development. Thereafter, trainers must deliver at least one group annually to maintain certification. Trainers will also be required to attend any curriculum update T4Ts as they are made available by the Office of Training and Professional Development.
Last updated Wednesday, September 23, 2020
|Trainer||Original Certification||Current Certification|