You might find it helpful to utilize some of the on-line resources for your staff meetings and staff training. Some center approach training by doing a short segment during each staff meeting. I suggest up to 30 minutes each. Here are some specific suggestions some basic topics including how you can take one segment of the training that fits that time frame.
I have mentioned these before, but there are four modules about history and philosophy from 14 to 21 minutes in length, at https://www.ilru.org/il-history-and-philosophy-orientation-for-il-staff They have audio, video with old photos, etc.
For the following, you can start at a specific slide number and end at another to trim minutes or split content. You click on View the Training, projecting the slides and turning up the sound.
For Information and Referral –https://www.ilru.org/training/get-core-it-best-practices-cil-core-services-information-referral-15-hours Slides 4 – 11, which is less than 30 minutes.
For IL Skills, you might want to look athttp://ilru.mediasite.com/mediasite/Play/8a1397907e1c4bdfbacbe9febff823f61d I would do slides only, reading slides 1, 2 then skip to slide 8 and play the audio through slide 11. Audio begins roughly 25 minutes in.
http://ilru.mediasite.com/mediasite/Play/8a1397907e1c4bdfbacbe9febff823f61d has a little more detail and focuses on those leaving institutions. I would start it right after the intro/slide 2 through 13 as one segment and start at 18 through 33 for the second part.
This peer support module is a specific model of using volunteers as peers. You don’t want use this link if you aren’t going to consider that model. http://ilru.mediasite.com/mediasite/Play/2aa68ea8934348b9a734d66087f6da4c1d Slides 5 – 16 describe this model in roughly 30 minutes; Slides 18 – 40 discuss more nuts and bolts for implementing the program.
Youth transition is addressed at https://www.ilru.org/training/creating-wider-vision-for-youth-transition-cils and stop and discuss slide 9. Separate section slides 10 – 21. Then beginning on slide 22, go through the slides through 30 without the audio and brainstorm how you want to provide youth transition at your CIL.
System Advocacy is addressed at https://www.ilru.org/training/get-core-it-best-practices-cil-core-services-systems-advocacy A nice 20 minute segment can be found at slides 6 – 13. You can skip over the Q and A and do a separate how-to segment starting at 15 – 31.
After your staff watch and discuss these segments they can certainly follow the link and watch the entire presentation.
Hopefully these will get you started.