Prevent–Teach–Reinforce for Young Children seminar

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Prevent-Teach-Reinforce Young Children (PTR-YC )

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Speaker: Kelly Wilson

Required materials: a minimum of one PTR-YC Manual per three classrooms

Recommended materials: one PTR-YC Manual per participant

Seminar length: 1 day (longer seminar may also be available)

Number of participants: up to 25

Who will benefit from this seminar: Providers and caregivers for toddlers and pre-school age children who exhibit challenging behavior

Speaker Fees:

What do speaker fees include?

Please add an additional fee of $750.00 if BOL is required to review or complete documentation (e.g., terms and conditions, agreements, contracts, purchase order, vendor registration form, addendum, etc.) in addition to or in lieu of BOL’s standard training agreement.

Prices may vary by location.

Advanced Training Multiple Day Options:

Option 1 for the 3 onsite-days and 3 webinars

Option 2 for the 4 on-site days and 2 webinars

This one-day workshop is designed for providers who work with toddlers and preschool-age children who exhibit challenging behavior. This process of PTR-YC builds on the concept of positive behavior support and the guiding principles of behavior. It is a comprehensive and robust workshop that helps participants to identify functions of behaviors, strategies to decrease problem behavior, and strategies to teach new appropriate behaviors. This effective process has a manual with definitions, tips for each step, and case studies that illustrate every component of the process. Participants will gain an understanding of shaping and teaching behavior, through the use of videos and case studies that allow for practice to apply the concepts to content during this interactive workshop.

Advanced Training Multiple Day Options:

For organizations wanting more in-depth coverage for Prevent Teach Reinforce Young Children, the speaker can provide a multi-day approach featuring a pre-seminar observation day of classrooms, staff and students, the full 1-day workshop, multiple webinars, and a follow-up post seminar onsite visit.