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The Collaborative Learning Institute (CLI) is a no-cost training program for injury and violence prevention practitioners in North Carolina. The primary focus of this training is to demonstrate how a systems thinking approach can be utilized to strengthen collaborative partnerships and/or prevention initiatives through targeting shared risk and protective factors (SRPFs) for adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). Training activities focus on gaining a deeper understanding of SRPFs and systems thinking, learning how to utilize systems thinking tools to identify opportunities for strategic alignment, and hands on experience applying these tools to real world scenarios.

The application period for the 2022 CLI is currently closed. For more information, click here.

If you are interested in using a systems thinking approach for ACEs prevention efforts, another program, Strengthening Systems for North Carolina Children (SYNC) may be a good fit for your goals. To learn more, visit the SYNC webpage here, or click on the infographic below to view a comparison of the CLI and SYNC.