Master Trainer Rick Griffin of the Community Resilience Initiative
will be in Charlottesville to teach:

Course 2: TRAUMA-SUPPORTIVE

Choose March 25 or 26

Course 2: TRAINING FOR TRAINERS

March 25 - 28

Mr. Griffin will also deliver a keynote address:
THE POWER OF WE: Community Resilience Building

Course 2: TRAUMA-SUPPORTIVE
Prerequisite: "Course 1: Trauma-Informed"
Course 2: Trauma-Supportive describes training on topics that teach the knowledge and skills required by individuals who have contact with those who may be adversely affected by trauma and toxic stress, whether or not the trauma is known. These topics include resilience-based practices with universal application, such as classrooms, offices, or other places the general public may congregate. Topics in this category focus on prevention and teach a variety of strategies to address the often-hidden effects of trauma and toxic stress by fostering resilience within the individual and the larger community.
       
Tuition: $175
WHERE AND WHEN
Choose March 25 or March 26
9 am to 4 pm
Region Ten
500A Old Lynchburg Road

 

                                     

If the date you prefer is sold out,
please email ticn@pcasa.org, let us know the date you want, and we will put you on the waiting list.

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Course 2: TRAINING FOR TRAINERS
Prerequisite: "Course 1: Trauma-Informed"

Part A: Trauma-Supportive
March 25 or March 26
Part A: Trauma-Supportive describes training on topics that teach the knowledge and skills required by individuals who have contact with those who may be adversely affected by trauma and toxic stress, whether or not the trauma is known. These topics include resilience-based practices with universal application, such as classrooms, offices, or other places the general public may congregate. Topics in this category focus on prevention and teach a variety of strategies to address the often-hidden effects of trauma and toxic stress by fostering resilience within the individual and the larger community.
Part B: Training for Trainers
March 27 and 28
Part B: Trauma-Informed Training for Trainers is a two-day course that prepares individuals to conduct CRI’s Trauma-Informed Certification Program, Course 1 in his or her organization or agency. Attendee must have taken CRI’s Trauma-Informed Certification Course 1 as a prerequisite for this course.

Training of Trainers is a training process. It is intended to prepare Trainers to teach the core concepts of CRI’s Course 2, Trauma-Supportive Training. It has been developed to provide a practical introduction to resilience building that will allow Trainers to bring to their circles of influence.  This training for trainers also introduces individuals to CRI’s Trauma-informed facilitators, a trauma-informed instructional framework to effectively and efficiently facilitate the learning process.
   
The course is designed to help participants to offer practical strategies related to structuring schedules, activities and interactions that can build resilience in your circle of influence.
   
Trainers are intended to become local “experts,” and, as such, the Trauma-Supportive Training of Trainers is designed to provide a range of print, multimedia and web-based content to support the role.
       
Tuition: $575
WHERE AND WHEN
March 25 - 28
9 am to 4 pm
Region Ten
500A Old Lynchburg Road
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THE POWER OF WE:
Community Resilience Building

Community Resilience Building is the application of resilience science that seeks to prevent or moderate the harmful effects of trauma and toxic stress in the context of a community.  This session will address the impact of creating a community conversant in ACEs and Resilience and the benefits of embedding that information into action through multiple partners, agencies, and organizations.
     
 This is a FREE event
         
WHERE AND WHEN
March 28
6:00 - 7:30 pm
Martin Luther King, Jr. Auditorium

 

Master Trainer Rick Griffin of the Community Resilience Initiative

Rick Griffin is a Master Trainer for Community Resilience Initiative (CRI), a non-profit organization dedicated to creating a citizenship conversant in trauma and resilience. Mr. Griffin speaks to thousands of groups from all over the country and is widely recognized for his work in trauma-informed care. Whether he is working with educators, health care professionals, or law enforcement; he is dedicated to helping professionals connect with those in their charge.

Rick uses his Master’s degree in Education to develop cutting-edge content and to deliver engaging presentations. He not only educates, but also entertains. Mr. Griffin has developed several outstanding trauma-informed programs and practices including many of CRI’s signature resilience courses. He is currently working on Resilient Relationships, a program designed to reduce the impact of trauma and foster the resilience in our interpersonal relationships. Amid all this Rick still finds the time for his highest priorities, his faith, his family,and his friends.

 

 

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