Products

Audit Boot Camp

CAD 500.00

This 18+ page report helps communities to assess whether clients are being assessed on time. It measures when the VI-SPDAT was completed for clients, relative to the milestones of: client file creation, providing explicit consent, providing coordinated access consent, first shelter book-in, and first becoming homeless. The report shows clients served by specific service providers within a specific date range.

Ontario HPP Program

CAD 500.00

This report is intended to allow Ontario communities who receive HPP funding to use HIFIS data to report out on the By-Name List section of the HPP reporting requirements. Broadly, it reports on the aggregated inflow and outflow to and from your By-Name List (BNL) and breaks down these numbers into the priority population groups.

This is an unofficial report and is not endorsed by the Ontario MMAH.

Ontario HPP Program

CAD 500.00

This report is intended to allow communities in Ontario who receive HPP funding to use HIFIS data to report out on the Emergency Shelters section of the HPP reporting requirements. Broadly, it reports on emergency shelter capacity and usage, broken down into priority population groups.

This is an unofficial report and is not endorsed by the Ontario MMAH.

Quick Start Training

CAD 100.00

Shelter worker? Get HIFIS training! This training covers: logging in and accessing HIFIS; adding clients, consent, families, and other client information; shelter operations; providing goods, services, and group activities; the VI-SPDAT assessment; incidents, turnaways, and service restrictions; and running reports.

Total learning time is about 4 hours.

Note that this is generic training for an average shelter worker; your shelter may do things somewhat differently.

Quick Start Training

CAD 135.00

Shelter supervisor? Get HIFIS training! This training covers: logging in and accessing HIFIS; adding clients, consent, families, and other client information; shelter operations; providing goods, services, and group activities; the VI-SPDAT assessment; incidents, turnaways, and service restrictions; running reports; managing shelter beds; managing user accounts; auditing and other administrative tasks; and coordinated access.

Total learning time is about 5.5 hours.

Note that this is generic training for an average shelter supervisor; your shelter may do things somewhat differently.

Quick Start Training

CAD 75.00

Day program worker? Get HIFIS training! This training covers: logging in and accessing HIFIS; adding clients, consent, families, and other client information; providing goods, services, and group activities; the VI-SPDAT assessment; incidents; service restrictions; and running reports.

Total learning time is about 3 hours.

Note that this is generic training for an average day program worker; your service provider may do things somewhat differently.

Quick Start Training

CAD 110.00

Day program supervisor? Get HIFIS training! This training covers: logging in and accessing HIFIS; adding clients, consent, families, and other client information; providing goods, services, and group activities; the VI-SPDAT assessment; incidents; service restrictions; running reports; managing user accounts; using the directory of services and people list; auditing and other administrative tasks; and coordinated access.

Total learning time is about 4 hours.

Note that this is generic training for an average day program supervisor; your service provider may do things somewhat differently.

Quick Start Training

CAD 100.00

Housing-based case manager? Get HIFIS training! This training covers: logging in and accessing HIFIS; adding clients, consent, families, and other client information; case management; the housing search process; VAT & SPDAT assessments; goods and financial assistance; and running reports.

Total learning time is about 4 hours.

Note that this is generic training for an average housing-based case management worker; your service provider may do things somewhat differently.

Quick Start Training

CAD 145.00

Housing-based case management supervisor? Get HIFIS training! This training covers: logging in and accessing HIFIS; adding clients, consent, families, and other client information; case management; the housing search process; VAT & SPDAT assessments; goods and financial assistance; running reports; managing user accounts; using the directory of services and people list; auditing and other administrative tasks; and coordinated access.

Total learning time is about 5.5 hours.

Note that this is generic training for an average housing-based case management supervisor; your service provider may do things somewhat differently.

Quick Start Training

CAD 90.00

Prevention worker? Get HIFIS training! This training covers: logging in and accessing HIFIS; adding clients, consent, families, and other client information; housing loss prevention; providing goods, services, and group activities; the VI-SPDAT assessment; incidents; service restrictions; and running reports.

Total learning time is about 3.5 hours.

Note that this is generic training for an average prevention worker; your service provider may do things somewhat differently.

Quick Start Training

CAD 125.00

Prevention supervisor? Get HIFIS training! This training covers: logging in and accessing HIFIS; adding clients, consent, families, and other client information; housing loss prevention; providing goods, services, and group activities; the VI-SPDAT assessment; incidents; service restrictions; running reports; managing user accounts; using the directory of services and people list; auditing and other administrative tasks; and coordinated access.

Total learning time is about 4.5 hours.

Note that this is generic training for an average prevention supervisor; your service provider may do things somewhat differently.

British Columbia

CAD 75.00

This training covers the high-level administrative functions that Community Entities, in their role as a local administrator of the BC Housing instance of HIFIS, might be expected to perform.  Topics covered include: user accounts; programs; reports; configuration for admissions, housing placements, food banks, waiting lists, and goods and services modules; lookup tables; the directory of services; people; custom tables and questionnaires; and various administrative tasks.

Total learning time is around 2.5 hours.