July 11, 2017
Provider Training Workshops (online) These workshops prepare teachers, school counselors, prevention specialists, police officers, community youth educators, and other program providers to effectively implement the state-of-the-art prevention education activities and teaching strategies found in the LifeSkills Training program.
- 7/11 Transitions program
- 7/12 Elementary program
- 7/18 Middle School program
- 7/26 Parent Program Leader Training
- 8/3 High School program
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Provider Training Workshops (on-site) Do you have a group that needs to be trained to deliver the LifeSkills Training program? We can send a trainer directly to your site. For a quote, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-293-4969.
Trainer of Trainers (TOT) This two-day advanced training workshop teaches you how to deliver and conduct LifeSkills Training workshops for your organization. Eligibility limited to those who complete Provider Training workshop and implement the LST program for at least one full cycle.
Greater New York City area:
July 13 – 14, 2017 (only one spot left!)
or November 2 – 3, 2017
March 25, 2014
High School teachers in San Diego at a workshop last week learning how to implement the LifeSkills Training program.
November 9, 2009
The Regional Education Services Agency (RESA VIII) recently trained teachers in the Botvin LifeSkills Training program. Educators in attendance hailed from Pendleton, Grant, Hardy, Hampshire, Mineral, Berkeley and Jefferson counties.
Teacher feedback was very positive. Comments included: “Using magazine advertisements is a creative way to make students aware of marketing techniques used by companies”; “The LifeSkills curriculum provides a lot of skills needed by adolescents to enhance their ability to make wise decisions”; and “Actually letting the students interact in behavioral rehearsals is a good hands-on way to practice.”
Jane Lynch, Executive Director of RESA VIII, stated “This program is implemented in the grades where students are most influenced with peer pressure. The LifeSkills program is the only curriculum currently being implemented across the entire state in the field of prevention.
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