2023 SPRING OPEN ACCESS TRAININGS
These trainings are "open registration" and individuals or groups are welcome to register for them.
You may register space(s) in the course, to ensure your camp is able to send a representative, without knowing exactly who you will be sending. You can always share the names of the specific staff with us later! Discounted rates are available for 6+ participants from the same camp.
TOP 10 BEHAVIOR SKILLS FOR STAFF
CAMPER SUPPORT SPECIALIST
TRAINING - VIRTUAL OR IN PERSON!
Summary: A comprehensive training which will enhance individualized camper support within the context of your existing program.
Topics will be applicable to helping all campers succeed, with a focus on individualized behavior supports and interventions. Expectations of specific support roles, typical types of challenges with these roles and methods to address them, behavior reporting, and how to know to ask for help will all be covered.
All front-line staff if your camper population is heavy on behavioral needs or has many participants who are neurodiverse and/or in need of additional support
Front-line staff at any camp who are working as "Inclusion Specialists," "Behavior Specialists," or similar roles, such as smaller-ratio support positions for children with extra needs
Specialized MESH roles (Mental, Emotional, and Social Health) such as camp-wide behavior specialists or camp social workers, including those who work only part-time or by consultancy for the camp
Agency or organization representatives who are hiring MESH staff for one or more camps
You are welcome to register space(s) in the course, to ensure your camp is able to send a representative, without knowing exactly who you will be sending. You can always share the names of the specific staff with us later! Discounted rates are available for 6+ participants from the same camp.
CRASH COURSE - VIRTUAL!
Summary: Set up your new leaders for success! Prepare them to lead and supervise from Day 1.
A quick-paced introduction to leadership, supervising vs. coaching vs. mentoring, incident response, difficult conversations, and QYMNKTA (questions you might not know to ask).
Staff moving into leadership roles for the first time
Supervisors who could benefit from a review
Individuals supervising a new group of staff
Individuals now responsible for supervising peers/colleagues/friends with whom they have existing relationships