About the interRAI Training Community

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The interRAI Training Community is a resource for trainers of the various interRAI instruments being used around the globe. The mission of the community is to help ensure consistent interpretation of the interRAI guidelines, as well as to provide trainers with resources to help them provide high quality training. This online community site has been created by the interRAI Training Committee; a committee created by interRAI, whose members include the interRAI organization and Assessment & Intelligence Systems, Inc. (AIS).

Focused on the integrated Suite of interRAI Instruments

This site provides advice, and helpful resources to those who have implemented or are planning an implementation of the integrated suite of interRAI instruments. The guidance on this site follows the interRAI standards. Since each jurisdiction is able to modify the standards slightly, you should also consult with your local interRAI resources.

For those using an earlier generation instrument (RAI HC, RAI 2.0, or RAI 3.0) please consult your local support team.

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Assessment & Intelligence Systems, Inc.

This community is managed by AIS in partnership with interRAI.

For more information about our RAI education solutions used around the world, please visit our website at www.aissystems.com.

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