Supervisor Resources

Early Impact Virginia offers a comprehensive, competency based professional development program for home visitors with online, self-paced courses and in-person classroom trainings offered in locations across Virginia. Supervisors play an essential role in their staff’s professional development. Early Impact Virginia is pleased to provide the following resources to support this work:

Home Visitor Competencies and Supervisor Competencies (PDFs)

Defines the essential skills and abilities necessary for success as a home visiting professional. All Early Impact Virginia trainings are designed to meet the learning needs to support these competencies.

Reflective Supervision 2.0 Flier  (PDF)  RS 2.0 FAQ (PDF)

Open to home visiting supervisors from any EIV member program, this intensive learning community uses a combination of in-person training and phone support to help supervisors deepen their knowledge of infant mental health principles and grow their reflective supervision skills

Reflective Supervision Learning Community Application  (PDF)

Applications are now being accepted for the 2019-2021 Reflective Supervision 2.0 learning community! Applications are due to Laura Shoaf ( by July 8th, 2019.

Early Impact Virginia Transfer of Learning Plan (PDF)

Provides home visitors and their supervisors a guide for applying new knowledge and skills gained through transferring training into daily practice.

Training Opt-Out Guide (PDF)

Identifies specific trainings that meet the Early Impact Virginia training requirements and allows home visiting staff members to receive appropriate credit with proof of completion.

EIV Course Training Progression (PDF)

EIV recommends that home visitors take EIV trainings in the progression and time frames outlined in this document. Supervisors can use this progression with home visitors to plan professional development activities.

EIV Learning Guides:

Supervisors play an essential role in their staff’s professional development. Early Impact Virginia provides learning guides for supervisors to support this work with home visitors. Supervisors are encouraged to review these guides together with staff to support both pre and post learning objectives. Download below:

Request a Live Early Impact Virginia Training

Supervisors – use this form to request an Early Impact Virginia classroom training in your region. Before submitting your request, please contact other EIV programs in your region to coordinate training needs. For a list of contact numbers for programs in your region, see the Directory of Home Visiting Programs.

    Early Impact Virginia offers five classroom trainings. Select the training you are requesting:
    Building Parent Strengths: Applying Trauma Informed Skills and Reflective Practices in Home Visiting WorkHealthy Moms, Happy Babies (Creating Futures without Violence)Motivational Interviewing for Home VisitorsSBIRT (Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment) for Risky Health BehaviorsWorking with Pregnant and Parenting Adolescents

    Select day(s) that you would prefer to schedule a training event.

    List locations in your area that could accommodate a classroom training for 25 people. The location and room must be available from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on the day of the training. The ideal location will have a large conference room with an LCD projector, screen, flip chart stand and audio connections. The location must be available at no cost to Early Impact Virginia. Please note any special considerations below. Include any limitations on parking.