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.
- 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
Diversity and Inclusion Training
Moving your school to embrace, not just tolerate, Diversity and Inclusion doesn’t happen by accident. It is the planned and deliberate effort of strong and passionate leaders like yourself. Let us help you by supporting your staff with embracing Diversity and Inclusion Training.
Challenges we help you overcome:
- Staff and students being ill-equipped to handle cultural differences
- Integration and acceptance of cultural differences
- Adapting existing workplace policies
- Thinking outside the box to make real change
Why Customer Service is a Needed Skill for Educators
The important thing about customer service skills is they are not always developed naturally. They are not learned overnight. Customer service relations are taught and continuously evolve based on the needs of the individual and the situation.
Let us help you develop those skills. SPRC will train your staff to:
- Deal with problems, effectively
- Encourage relationship building
- Explain how to use the tools you need to perform your job efficiently
- Notice potential areas to improve the workplace
- Educate on what to avoid when dealing with others
- Provide solutions for many scenarios
- So much more
Think BIG be SMART 4R students©
Our PD training is called Think BIG & be SMART 4R students© It is common sense and a social justice-based approach to giving teachers the tools they need to develop positive relationships with students. At its core, are these fundamental beliefs:
- Relationships are critical to a positive and productive teacher/student dynamic.
- There is always an explanation for the behavior of young people. Part of an educator’s job is to discover why his or her students act in specific ways.
- Educators who are generous with their time, energy, and attention will inevitably have more positive relationships with students, leading to fewer classroom management issues and more positive participation.
- Restorative discipline is always a preferred approach when working with young people – and it works better in the long run than punitive punishment.
The role of Educators in Human Trafficking
The Role of Educators in Human Trafficking
Educators are the first line of defense to protect vulnerable children from trafficking. We all have an obligation to learn the signs of a victim or potential victim of human trafficking. The U.S. Department of Education released guidelines to help educators. These guidelines include noting risk factors that are likely to increase a child’s susceptibility to trafficking, as well as indicators to look for that might not be known to you. These include:
- A boyfriend or girlfriend who is much older
- Signs of physical abuse
- Anxious, fearful, or depressed behavior
- The desire not to leave school
- Coached or rehearsed replies to personal questions
- A sudden change in personal hygiene
- Clothes not appropriate for the season
- Tattoos with brands or names
SRPC™ Certificate Training
Our Trademark Training Program: SRPC
The School Restorative Practice Coordinator provides behavior intervention support to the entire school campus. By providing consistent application of Trauma-Informed Schools, Social Emotion Learning, Restorative (Practices)Justice, and FAPE (Free Appropriate Public Education) procedures as guaranteed by the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Duties may include training employees on behavior management techniques, facilitating restorative action plans (RAP), responding to student behavioral concerns, creating reports, supervising students, and more.