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Are you a military family service provider looking for top-notch, online professional development? If so, check out the array of free online learning opportunities, resources and networking possibilities available from OneOp, formerly the Military Families Learning Network.
What is OneOp?
OneOp is a virtual professional development platform for service providers working with military families. It offers high-quality, research-based, multidisciplinary resources created in collaboration with the Defense Department and university subject matter experts. OneOp identifies and shares promising practices, research- and evidence-based information, educational materials and programming efforts. Continuing education credits are offered free of charge and span a wide variety of subject areas and credentialing agencies.
Military Family Readiness Academy
MFRA offers an annual programming series focusing on complex issues family service providers may face in their work. Expand your knowledge, earn continuing education credits, exchange ideas with like-minded professionals, and begin implementing what you learn today.
What are the primary areas of focus for OneOp?
OneOp topics and teams support service providers with information and resources in the following areas:
- Community Capacity Building – promotes collaborative efforts that involve stakeholders – both military and civilian – in developing community resources to improve the lives of military service members and their families.
- Family Development & Early Intervention – focuses on topics relevant to children ages birth to 5 years, family strengthening, and the prevention and treatment of family violence.
- Family Transitions – offers resources to help families build resilience, increase self-reliance and navigate life cycle transitions. Topics include marriage, having children, relocation, deployment, reunion and reintegration, military retirement and more.
- Military Caregiving – offers support for service providers working with family caregivers of wounded service members and those caring for individuals with special needs.
- Network Literacy – guided by the values of democracy, equity and social capital, this team helps service providers become more resilient and adaptive through relationship building, personal growth and collaboration.
- Nutrition and Wellness — concentrates on synthesizing, integrating, and applying research updates with innovative educational and counseling strategies that promote overall health in all aspects of military life.
- Personal Finance — offers financial management education and development to enable service providers to support military families through a variety of financial decisions and circumstances. Education and resources are provided via monthly webinars, weekly blog posts and daily social media interaction.
How can you get the most out of the OneOp?
- Join the learning: Choose from a wide range of topics and learn from experts. OneOp offers live webinars, asynchronous courses, and the annual Military Family Readiness Academy which takes a multidisciplinary approach to complex, timely issues. Register today for an upcoming learning opportunity, or check out OneOp’s archived content.
- Gain proficiency: Discover and obtain free continuing education credit through many learning experiences created for service providers.
- Discover and discuss: Check out resources and collaborate with others on diverse issues, ranging from sexualized behaviors of youth and children, to welcoming a military family with special needs, cultural competency, navigating the complexity of finances and many more.
- Connect with peers: Use social networking and other social media tools to build a community around a topic of your interest.
- Access informative content: Engage with newsletters, blog posts, podcasts, videos, journal articles and more on topics ranging from the effects of trauma in young children to working with LGBTQ families, the complex impacts of deployment and much more.
OneOp offers high quality professional development opportunities for providers who support service members and family members as part of the Military Family Readiness System.