Out-of-School Time Professional Development Training Opportunities

| January 6, 2015
You told us what training you wanted, and we listened.
is excited to bring you these dynamic, knowledgeable presenters to address topics that Arizona out-of-school time professionals
know are keys to quality!

Providing Structure & Encouragement in Your Program Community

Diana Brown
This fast-paced workshop empowers out-of-school time staff to
effectively handle behavior issues using music, movement,
and interaction.
With new understanding, staff will become more confident
and more connected with youth in their program.
February 10 – Flagstaff | February 12 – Tempe | February 19 – Glendale
 
Foundations of Love & Logic
Larry and Kami Kerby 
No discipline “technique”, no matter how good, can compensate for a lack of relationship.
Come learn how to truly connect with the youth in your program as we take a deep dive into
“Empathy” and “Developing Positive Relationships” two of the foundational principles of “Love and Logic.”
Programs that apply and practice these principles have better behaved kids, more fulfilling experiences,
less burnout and an overall higher-quality program.
March 3 – Phoenix | March 5 – Glendale

9 Essential Skills of Love & Logic in Out-of-School Time
Larry Kerby

Come learn what effective programs do differently!
An overview of the 9 Essential Skills for Love and Logic will help you to:
– Immediately handle disruptive kids without administrative help
– Make program activities & curriculum more fun & productive
– Build positive relationships with each & every youth
– Help youth own & solve their problems
– Raise the odds for kids to stay in school
– Set limits and expectations without anger
– Bully proof children, diffuse power struggles, and handle difficult people
March 4 – Flagstaff
More trainings to be announced soon!
Click here for more information and to register today!
When School’s Out, Make it Count!

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