VESTA training classes are designed to help you learn new skills, practice old ones, and stay up-to-date on what’s new in VESTA. The Partnership Center, Ltd. (PCL) provides both one-on-one worksite-training and in-house (PCL) instructor-led training courses to help you better serve your clients. Whether it is direct front-line work with clients, project supervision, or sharing your data-supported stories; VESTA training classes will help you learn how to use VESTA more effectively to achieve your goals and those of your clients.

Brand New to VESTA? If you have never used VESTA, there is a basic introduction designed just for you:

  • VESTA 101: a one-on-one training session at your worksite. It introduces you to VESTA, and teaches you the basic skills necessary to navigate VESTA, including —user access and security, searching for clients, entering client information and services, client consents, and more!

Within 90 days of your initial VESTA training:

  • The Power of Together®: an interactive training that provides users with a better understanding of VESTA as a community level database, with a strong focus on homeless and housing projects and emergency assistance and stabilization in VESTA.

Ready to learn more? Stay current and continue to develop your VESTA skills by signing up for additional training. Here are some popular trainings:

  • Case Planning Tools: Did you know that you can create and track goals and action steps in VESTA? Learn about this tool, the case planning process, and tips to help you make an effective case plan.
  • Intro to Reports in VESTA: This class will introduce you to the reports available to you in VESTA! Learn more about running, reading, understanding, and analyzing your report.

PCL periodically adds new class topics, so stay tuned!

To see a current schedule of trainings and register on this website:



Past Training Class PowerPoint presentations

HMIS Data Standards training 2017

VESTA Chronic Homelessness 2016

Cincinnati COC System Performance Measures 2016

Introduction to Reports

Power of Together