Waterloo RESPECT Training

Recognizing Everyone's Strengths by Peace building, Empathizing, Communicating and Trust building

A free, four-day program focused on training participants in relationship building and conflict resolution. This training is ideal for family members, educators and other professionals who serve on IEP teams.

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Where

Waterloo Center for the Arts
225 Commerical St
Waterloo, IA 50701

Contact

Ashley Gill
ASK Resource Center
ashley@askresource.org
(800) 450-8667

Waterloo RESPECT Training is presented by ASK Resource Center in partnership with the AEA 267 Parent and Educator Connection and the Grant Wood AEA Parent Educator Partnership, and is funded by the Iowa Department of Education and by the Parent Training and Information Center grant from the U.S. Dept. of Education, #H328M0900007, Project Officer, David Emenheiser.

Fall 2015 Training Dates:

Tuesday, October 20

Tuesday, November 3

Tuesday, December 1

Tuesday, December 15

 

All training classes are held from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm

RESPECT training is FREE of charge for participants. All meals and training materials will be provided, and stipends are available for parents ($50 per day) and educators ($100 per day to defray the cost of substitute teachers).

RESPECT training offers the following credit options:

Social Work Credit:  24 credit hours

Graduate Credit:  2 credit hours*

*can be used toward teacher re-licensure

 

Detailed credit information will be available at the training.