**IMPORTANT 6/17/2024 Update: Over the weekend of June 15-16, 2024, THRIVE was updated to implement a single sign on (SSO) for the APHSA website and THRIVE. The below instructions are updated to reflect the NEW steps to create an account in THRIVE and access NEICE training. 

 

As of June 2024, NEICE eLearning courses are available on the American Public Human Services Association (APHSA) Training Hub for Resources, Innovation, and Virtual Exchange) THRIVE Learning Management System (LMS). A .pdf of these instructions are provided below.

 

Steps to access NEICE eLearning Courses:

 

1. Create a sign on to the APHSA website. Visit https://aphsa.org/ and either sign in if you already have and account or create an account. (See instructions for NEW SSO Login Steps attached below).


2. Check your email and reset your password, if needed (See instructions for NEW SSO Login Steps attached below).


3. Sign out of the APHSA website and then follow the instructions below: 






Once you are logged into THRIVE, you will have access to all the courses and resources available to members, such as leadership, coaching, professional development, and Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging. Please take advantage of these additional resources available. 

 

2. To access the NEICE eLearning courses, click on the "Catalog" tab on the navigation bar on the left side of the screen:

 

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3. Once on the Course Catalog page, click on the NEICE section. 

 

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4. Courses are provided in Tracks for each NEICE user role (ICPC Coordinator, Caseworker, Assignment Coordinator Sub-Role, State Administrator and View Only). Select your user role to take all the required eLearning courses within the track you select.

 

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5. Definitions of Tracks and Courses:

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6. Navigation:

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