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Staff Emotional Assistance Training

Staff Emotional Assistance Training

This training will explore strategies around mindfulness, restorative practices, and maintaining well- being. Our goal is to support teachers and support staff to stay grounded in these stressful times.

Participants will:

  • Learn about the dangers of amygdala hijacking.
  • Learn strategies for self-care and stress     management; and
  • Utilize the Build, Identify and Give process effectively to support all stakeholders

Supporting Student Success: Restorative Practices and Positive Engagement for K-12 Parents

Our professional development course for K-12 parent engagement is designed to educate parents on the benefits of restorative practices and how they can support their children’s academic, social, and emotional growth. The course is offered in both live and online formats and is IACET accredited, ensuring that participants can earn recognized CEUs for their participation.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the principles of restorative practices, including accountability, repair, and community building, and how they can benefit students’ academic and social-emotional development.
  • Develop effective communication and conflict resolution strategies, including active listening, empathy, and problem-solving.
  • Learn how to support student success through positive and proactive engagement, including building positive relationships with teachers and school staff, setting expectations and boundaries, and promoting a growth mindset.
  • Identify the importance of equity and inclusion and parents’ role in supporting a safe and supportive learning environment for all students.

The course also includes expert training from Roy Burton and his workshop, “Think Big & be Smart 4R students”, which provides practical strategies for promoting student success through restorative practices.

Through interactive activities and real-world scenarios, parents will gain practical skills and knowledge to support their children’s academic, social, and emotional growth and become more engaged and effective advocates for their child’s education.

This course is essential for K-12 parents looking to support their child’s academic and social-emotional growth and improve their engagement with their child’s school. By providing them with the necessary skills to support restorative practices and positive engagement, we can improve school climate and culture and create a more supportive and inclusive learning environment for all students.

Healthy Meals, Healthy Minds: Professional Development for K-12 Cafeteria Workers

Our 2-hour professional development course for K-12 cafeteria workers is designed to provide workers with the skills and knowledge needed to create a safe, healthy, and welcoming environment for students during mealtimes. The course is offered in both live and online formats and is IACET accredited, ensuring that workers can earn recognized CEUs for their participation.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the importance of nutrition and food safety in the cafeteria, including proper handling, storage, and food preparation.
  • Develop strategies for creating a welcoming environment, including effective communication with students, staff, and families.
  • Learn how to create positive relationships with students, including building rapport and earning trust.
  • Identify the importance of effective collaboration with school staff and families and cafeteria workers’ role in supporting student learning and success.

Through interactive activities and real-world scenarios, workers will gain practical skills and knowledge to excel in their roles and create a more positive and inclusive learning environment for students. By the end of the course, participants will be equipped with the tools and confidence to handle a range of situations professionally and effectively.

This course is essential for K-12 cafeteria workers, who play a critical role in ensuring that students have nutritious meals in a safe and welcoming environment. By providing them with the necessary skills to create a positive and supportive environment in the cafeteria, we can improve the school climate and culture and create a more inclusive and welcoming learning environment for all students.

Creating a Positive First Impression: Professional Development for K-12 Front Office Staff

Our 2-hour professional development course for K-12 front office staff is designed to help staff meet the needs of parents, community members, and visitors, while also developing the skills to deal with conflict and de-escalate tense situations. The course is offered in both live and online formats, and is IACET accredited, ensuring that staff can earn recognized CEUs for their participation.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the importance of effective communication in the front office, including active listening, empathy, and tone.
  • Develop strategies for handling difficult situations, including de-escalation techniques and conflict resolution.
  • Learn how to manage sensitive information, maintain confidentiality, and follow proper protocols and procedures.
  • Identify the importance of building relationships with parents, community members, and visitors, and developing a customer service mindset.

Through interactive activities and real-world scenarios, staff will gain practical skills and knowledge to excel in their role and provide high-quality service to all members of the school community. By the end of the course, participants will be equipped with the tools and confidence to handle a range of situations in a professional and effective manner.

This course is vital for front office staff who are often the first point of contact for parents, community members, and visitors. By providing them with the necessary skills to handle difficult situations with professionalism and grace, we can improve school climate and culture and create a more welcoming and inclusive learning environment.

Supporting Student Success: Professional Development for K-12 Paraprofessionals

Our professional development course for paraprofessionals working in a K-12 school building is designed to provide staff with the skills and knowledge needed to support students’ academic, social, and emotional growth. The course is offered in both live and online formats and is IACET accredited, ensuring that staff can earn recognized CEUs for their participation.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the role and responsibilities of paraprofessionals in supporting student learning and development, including collaborating with teachers and other staff.
  • Develop effective communication and teamwork strategies, including active listening, problem-solving, and conflict resolution.
  • Learn how to support student’s social and emotional needs, including building rapport, providing guidance, and promoting positive behaviors.
  • Identify the importance of maintaining a safe and inclusive learning environment and paraprofessionals’ role in supporting equity and inclusion.

Through interactive activities and real-world scenarios, paraprofessionals will gain practical skills and knowledge to excel and support students’ academic, social, and emotional growth. By the end of the course, participants will be equipped with the tools and confidence to handle a range of situations professionally and effectively.

This course is essential for paraprofessionals working in K-12 school buildings, who play a critical role in supporting students’ academic success and overall well-being. By providing them with the necessary skills to support student learning and development, we can improve school climate and culture and create a more inclusive and welcoming learning environment for all students.

Creating a Safe and Supportive Environment: Professional Development for K-12 Bus Drivers

Our 2-hour professional development course for K-12 bus drivers is designed to provide drivers with the skills and knowledge needed to create a safe and supportive environment for students during their commute. The course is offered in both live and online formats and is IACET accredited, ensuring that drivers can earn recognized CEUs for their participation.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the importance of creating a safe and supportive environment on the bus, including establishing clear expectations and consequences.
  • Develop strategies for managing challenging behaviors, including de-escalation techniques and effective communication.
  • Learn how to create positive relationships with students, including building rapport and earning trust.
  • Identify the importance of effective collaboration with school staff and families and bus drivers’ role in supporting student learning and success.

Through interactive activities and real-world scenarios, drivers will gain practical skills and knowledge to excel in their roles and create a more positive and inclusive learning environment for students. By the end of the course, participants will be equipped with the tools and confidence to handle a range of situations professionally and effectively.

This course is essential for K-12 bus drivers, who play a critical role in ensuring the safety and well-being of our students during their daily commute. By providing them with the necessary skills to create a positive and supportive environment on the bus, we can improve the school climate and culture and create a more inclusive and welcoming learning environment for all students.

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Benefits of Attending "Mastering Restorative Consequences Flowcharts for Student Success" Workshop:
  • 🌟 Innovative Learning Experience: Dive into a 2-hour interactive Zoom webinar that prioritizes active learning and hands-on practices.

  • 📚 Structured Methodology: Access a detailed, step-by-step method, specifically tailored to address student behavior and enhance discipline strategies.

  • 🛠 Resourceful Toolkit: Receive a plethora of templates, flowcharts, and comprehensive guides, ensuring you’re well-equipped to implement the strategies learned.

  • 🌱 Promotion of Positive Behavior: Shift from traditional punitive measures to constructive, restorative practices that promote responsible student behavior.

  • 🌐 Community Building: Foster a fair and supportive school environment that emphasizes mutual respect, understanding, and communal growth.

  • 🚀 Effective Monitoring: Implement strategies for consistent and efficient progress monitoring to ensure every student is on the path to success.

  • 🎖 Certification Bonus: Earn a valued certificate of completion from SRPC TRAINING, an IACET-approved provider, enhancing your professional credentials.

  • 🤝 Networking Opportunity: Connect with like-minded educators, share experiences, and build a support system that extends beyond the workshop.

  • 💡 Continuous Support: Benefit from post-webinar resources and assistance to ensure the smooth implementation of the acquired knowledge.

  • 💸 Value for Money: With a reasonable registration fee and group discounts, you’re making a priceless investment in your educational journey and your students’ futures.

Enroll today and be part of the transformative movement in education, championing restorative practices for a brighter, more successful tomorrow for all students! 🌟🎓