Implementation of a Culture of Care-Trauma Informed Care Training for Core Teams
Session 1 March 18, 8-3:30 WESD Marion Center, Yamhill Room
Session 2 April 8, 12-4 WESD Marion Center, Yamhill Room
Register for one of these sessions here.
This training is designed to be an implementation training or the “How”, following the “What and Why” ACE Essentials Training for educators and community partners offered on March 5, 2019 at the WESD. We recommend the trainings are attended in sequence by a team of 3-5 (see Audience Profile). Information and registration for the “What and Why” ACE Essentials Training is available here.
School and/or district level Core Teams involved in the process of implementing Trauma Informed Practices, or a “Culture of Care,” will be provided with foundational information and a systematic approach to assist them in this initiative. Teams will assess the unique context of their school and community setting and begin the process of crafting a systematic “Culture of Care” implementation plan.
School/District Trauma Informed Care Core Team Members, including educators representing multiple roles (administrators, teachers, paraprofessionals) and all grade levels and their community partners (PreK, health, law enforcement, city council, Board members, etc.)
Free for WCC members, $95 per person for non-WCC (total for both sessions). Non-WCC attendees will be invoiced by Willamette ESD.
Core Team should either attend- WESD’s “ACE Essentials – understanding the ‘what and why’ for all educators and their community partners” March 5, 8-11am @ WESD Register here
… or have attended substantially equivalent trainings.
Core Team Training Goals:
a) Provide the Core Team with the foundational information necessary to implement and sustain a Culture of Care.
b) Provide the Core Team with the time and consultation to develop the basic architecture and strategies for their Culture of Care implementation.
c) Identify training, consultation and resource needs to support the Culture of Care implementation.
d) Develop a schedule, and identify roles for the roll-out training of all staff, and subsequent professional development.
Rick Robinson, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist