Wisconsin Safe & Healthy Schools - West Salem, WI - Training & Workshops https://www.wishschools.org/pro/events_rss.cfm?detailid=530213 Wisconsin Safe & Healthy Schools - West Salem, WI - Training & Workshops en-us (Green Bay) Managing Traumatic Grief in the School System - February 19, 2019 https://www.wishschools.org/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=441&memberid=850

(Green Bay) Managing Traumatic Grief in the School System: Helping Students, Parents, and Ourselves

Registration: 8:30-9:00 am; Training 9:00 am-3:00 pm

February 19, 2019
CESA #7
595 Baeten Road
Green Bay, WI  54304

Contact: Christine Kleiman, CESA #7
(920) 617-5645; ckleiman@cesa7.org


Participants will increase their awareness of those things that influence grief after a traumatic loss and identify ways to build resilience in bereaved students and their parents, and themselves.

Objectives:
At the completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  1. Recognize determinants that influence the grief process after a traumatic death
  2. Identify how contemporary mourning theories promote mental health after a traumatic death
  3. Create a Palette of Grief® to identify clinician’s grief reactions and how to use the tool with students
  4. Discuss eight pathways of self-care to counter compassion fatigue and enhance resilience

NOTE:  The first 30 people to register at each site will receive a free copy of Barbara Rubel’s book, “But I Didn’t Get to Say Goodbye: Helping children and families after a suicide.”

About the Speaker:
Barbara Rubel, MA, BCETS, DAAETS, is a nationally recognized speaker on traumatic death and building resilience. Barbara is the author of, “But I Didn’t Say Goodbye: Helping children and families after a suicide” and the 30-hour continuing education course book for Nurses, “Death, Dying, and Bereavement: Providing compassion during a time of need.” She is the co-author of the Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime Training Curriculum, “Compassion Fatigue.

Barbara, a Certified Bereavement Specialist and Board-Certified Expert in Traumatic Stress, was featured in the Emmy award winning Documentary, “Fatal Mistakes.” She received a BS in Psychology and MA in Community Health with a concentration in Thanatology from Brooklyn College.

COST: $125.00 (Lunch and snacks are provided)

REGISTER ONLINE:

Green Bay —https://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=21206

Registration or billing questions:
Mary Devine, CESA #4
(800) 514-3075; mdevine@cesa4.org

Send payment to:  ATTN: Mary Devine
CESA #4, 923 East Garland Street, West Salem, WI 54669

PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date, with all checks or purchase orders. Thank you!

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Tue, 19 Feb 2019 09:00:00
(Tomahawk) Managing Traumatic Grief in the School System - February 20, 2019 https://www.wishschools.org/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=440&memberid=850

(Tomahawk) Managing Traumatic Grief in the School System: Helping Students, Parents, and Ourselves

Registration: 8:30-9:00 am; Training 9:00 am-3:00 pm

February 20, 2019

CESA #9
304 Kaphaem Road
Tomahawk, WI  54487

Contact: Lynn Verage, CESA #9
(715) 453-2141 x228; lverage@cesa9.org
 

Participants will increase their awareness of those things that influence grief after a traumatic loss and identify ways to build resilience in bereaved students and their parents, and themselves.

Objectives:
At the completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  1. Recognize determinants that influence the grief process after a traumatic death
  2. Identify how contemporary mourning theories promote mental health after a traumatic death
  3. Create a Palette of Grief® to identify clinician’s grief reactions and how to use the tool with students
  4. Discuss eight pathways of self-care to counter compassion fatigue and enhance resilience

NOTE:  The first 30 people to register at each site will receive a free copy of Barbara Rubel’s book, “But I Didn’t Get to Say Goodbye: Helping children and families after a suicide.”

About the Speaker:
Barbara Rubel, MA, BCETS, DAAETS, is a nationally recognized speaker on traumatic death and building resilience. Barbara is the author of, “But I Didn’t Say Goodbye: Helping children and families after a suicide” and the 30-hour continuing education course book for Nurses, “Death, Dying, and Bereavement: Providing compassion during a time of need.” She is the co-author of the Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime Training Curriculum, “Compassion Fatigue.

Barbara, a Certified Bereavement Specialist and Board-Certified Expert in Traumatic Stress, was featured in the Emmy award winning Documentary, “Fatal Mistakes.” She received a BS in Psychology and MA in Community Health with a concentration in Thanatology from Brooklyn College.

COST: $125.00 (Lunch and snacks are provided)

REGISTER ONLINE:  Tomahawk—https://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=21207

Registration or billing questions:
Mary Devine, CESA #4
(800) 514-3075; mdevine@cesa4.org

Send payment to:  ATTN: Mary Devine
CESA #4, 923 East Garland Street, West Salem, WI 54669

PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date, with all checks or purchase orders. Thank you!

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Wed, 20 Feb 2019 09:00:00
(Chippewa Falls) Managing Traumatic Grief in the School System - February 21, 2019 https://www.wishschools.org/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=439&memberid=850

(Chippewa Falls) Managing Traumatic Grief in the School System: Helping Students, Parents, and Ourselves

Registration: 8:30-9:00 am; Training 9:00 am-3:00 pm

February 21, 2019

CESA #10
725 West Park Avenue
Chippewa Falls, WI  54729

Contact:  Carol Zabel, CESA #10
(715) 720-2145; czabel@cesa10.org
 

Participants will increase their awareness of those things that influence grief after a traumatic loss and identify ways to build resilience in bereaved students and their parents, and themselves.

Objectives:
At the completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  1. Recognize determinants that influence the grief process after a traumatic death
  2. Identify how contemporary mourning theories promote mental health after a traumatic death
  3. Create a Palette of Grief® to identify clinician’s grief reactions and how to use the tool with students
  4. Discuss eight pathways of self-care to counter compassion fatigue and enhance resilience

NOTE:  The first 30 people to register at each site will receive a free copy of Barbara Rubel’s book, “But I Didn’t Get to Say Goodbye: Helping children and families after a suicide.”

About the Speaker:
Barbara Rubel, MA, BCETS, DAAETS, is a nationally recognized speaker on traumatic death and building resilience. Barbara is the author of, “But I Didn’t Say Goodbye: Helping children and families after a suicide” and the 30-hour continuing education course book for Nurses, “Death, Dying, and Bereavement: Providing compassion during a time of need.” She is the co-author of the Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime Training Curriculum, “Compassion Fatigue.

Barbara, a Certified Bereavement Specialist and Board-Certified Expert in Traumatic Stress, was featured in the Emmy award winning Documentary, “Fatal Mistakes.” She received a BS in Psychology and MA in Community Health with a concentration in Thanatology from Brooklyn College.

COST: $125.00 (Lunch and snacks are provided)

REGISTER ONLINE:  Chippewa Falls — https://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=21208

Registration or billing questions:
Mary Devine, CESA #4
(800) 514-3075; mdevine@cesa4.org

Send payment to:  ATTN: Mary Devine
CESA #4, 923 East Garland Street, West Salem, WI 54669

PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date, with all checks or purchase orders. Thank you!

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Thu, 21 Feb 2019 09:00:00
(Portage) Moving Forward with Social Emotional Learning - February 26, 2019 https://www.wishschools.org/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=388&memberid=850

(Portage) Moving Forward with Social Emotional Learning

February 26, 2019; 9:00 am-3:00 pm

CESA #5; 626 E. Slifer Street, Portage, WI  53901
Contact: Lynn Verage, CESA #9 (715) 453-2141 Ext. 228
lverage@cesa9.org

Making social and emotional learning (SEL) skills part of the learning equation helps children succeed in school and life. With social and emotional skills, children can manage their feelings, build healthy relationships, and navigate social environments. When adults are supported by good policies and training, children develop the skills needed to prepare them for the world.

In May of 2018, the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction released the final draft of the long anticipated Wisconsin Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Competencies.

Now that the competencies are finalized, districts have been asking for assistance in figuring the next steps in implementing these competencies. Therefore, we have developed this workshop to give district teams the opportunity to unpack the competencies.

Participants will:

  • Map what is currently being done in their building or district to teach the competencies
  • Conduct a gap analysis between the competencies and what is currently being taught
  • Create a plan for filling in the gaps
  • Figure out how to assess if students have mastered the competencies
  • See how some school districts in our state are implementing Social Emotional Learning

Presenter:
Beth A. Herman, MSE
School Mental Health Training Consultant
Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction

Cost: $25.00 (Includes lunch and snacks)

Register Online: https://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=20974

Send payment to:
CESA #4
923 East Garland Street
West Salem, WI  54669

ATTN: Mary Devine
PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date, with all checks or purchase orders Thank you!

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Tue, 26 Feb 2019 09:00:00
(Oshkosh) School-Based Suicide Prevention Training - March 1, 2019 https://www.wishschools.org/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=449&memberid=850

(Oshkosh) School-Based Suicide Prevention Training

NEW! Updated Curriculum

Presented by: WI DPI Educational Consultants

March 1, 2019
Workshop: 8:30 am-3:30 pm; Registration 8:00-8:30 am

CESA #6
2300 State Road 44
Oshkosh, WI  54904

Workshop Contact:
Jackie Schoening, CESA #6
(920) 236-0515; jschoening@cesa6.org

Among Wisconsin youth, suicide is the second leading cause of death and accounts for almost 1 in 5 of all deaths. State law requires school districts to provide specific classroom instruction in youth suicide prevention and to annually notify staff about the Department of Public Instruction’s resources. The workshop helps participants understand the scope of youth suicide and what schools can do to reduce suicidal acts and thoughts among students. Participants learn about the prevalence of youth suicide, risk and protective factors, comprehensive prevention programs, and crisis intervention.

This workshop is not intended to train all school staff, but prepares teams of pupil services staff, health educators, and administrators to plan, prevent, and intervene at their schools. Action planning is integrated into all phases of the training program. A model workshop for all school staff is provided. Attendees are encouraged to bring their suicide crisis response plans for discussion and revision.

Participants will:

  • Understand the prevalence of youth suicide
  • Discuss legal requirements
  • Gain knowledge and skills to improve classroom instruction at the middle and high school level
  • Create a local action plan based on a 3-tiered prevention and intervention model to reduce suicide among youth

Link to the new, updated curriculum: http://dpi.wi.gov/sspw/mental-health/youth-suicide-prevention/student-programs/curriculum

See the DPI website for more info: http://dpi.wi.gov/sspw/mental-health/youth-suicide-prevention

Audience:
Pupil Services staff, Health educators, Administrators, and others concerned about youth suicide

Cost: $50.00 per person—School teams are encouraged; Includes Continental Breakfast, Lunch, and Snack

Online Registration: Oshkosh: https://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=22057

Send payment to: 
CESA #4, 923 East Garland Street, West Salem, WI 54669
ATTN: Mary Devine

PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date, with all checks or purchaseorders. Thank you!

Registration Information: Contact Mary Devine, CESA #4
mdevine@cesa4.org
(800) 514-3075

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Fri, 01 Mar 2019 08:30:00
(Turtle Lake) Drug Impairment Training for Educational Professionals (DITEP) - March 5, 2019 https://www.wishschools.org/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=424&memberid=850

(Turtle Lake) Drug Impairment Training for Educational Professionals (DITEP)

8:30 am—3:30 pm; Registration 8:00-8:30 am

March 5-6, 2019 
(Rescheduled from  October 2-3, 2018)

CESA #11
225 Ostermann Drive
Turtle Lake, WI  54889

Contact: Carol Zabel, CESA #10
(715) 720-2145
czabel@cesa10.org

The purpose of this two-day training is to enable education professionals to identify chemically impaired individuals and types of drugs for the purpose of ensuring a safe learning environment.

Day 1 is designed to be a general information day which includes:

  • Introduction and overview
  • Drugs in society
  • Policy, procedures, and roles
  • Drug identification
  • Overview of alcohol
  • Drug categories and their observable effects
  • Issues involving the law
  • Contacting parents
  • References

Day 2 is designed to be a skills training day which includes:

  • Eye examinations
  • Vital signs
  • Divided attention tests
  • Poly-drug use
  • Assessment Process

Objectives of this training are the following:

  • Describe the involvement of drugs in school and society
  • Name the seven drug categories and recognize their effects
  • Describe drug impairment signs and symptoms
  • Properly interpret the results of your observations

AUDIENCE: Educators, School Nurses, Administrators, Law Enforcement, Parents, and Youth-Serving Organizations

ONLINE REGISTRATION:  Turtle Lake: https://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=21131

COST: $50.00 (Includes Lunch and Refreshments)

 Registration Questions: Mary Devine (800) 514-3075; mdevine@cesa4.org;

Send Payment to CESA #4;
ATTN Mary Devine, 923 East Garland Street, West Salem, WI  54669.

PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop and date with all checks and purchase orders. Thank you!

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Tue, 05 Mar 2019 08:30:00
(Pewaukee) Introduction to Restorative Practices and Using Circles Effectively - March 6, 2019 https://www.wishschools.org/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=420&memberid=850 (Pewaukee) Introduction to Restorative Practices and Using Circles Effectively

Registration 8:00-8:30 am
Workshop 8:30 am-3:30 pm

March 6-7, 2019

CESA #1, N25 W23131 Paul Road
Pewaukee, WI  53072

Contact: Chris Kleiman, CESA #7; (920) 617-5645
ckleiman@cesa7.org

From day one, you will learn a range of practices you can use every day. You'll learn how to set high expectations while being supportive. You will practice how to provide direct feedback and how to ask questions that foster accountability. You will also learn the most effective methods to resolve common conflicts.

DAY 1: Participants will understand key concepts of restorative practices, including:

  • Fundamental Hypothesis/Social Discipline Window
  • Fair Process
  • Psychology of Affect
  • Restorative Practices Continuum

We devote the second day entirely to teaching attendees to facilitate restorative circles. Circles are an essential process for building social capital, resolving social problems and responding when harm occurs. Circles create a positive learning environment. You will learn by participating in circles with other attendees, taking turns to learn how to facilitate. By the end of the day, you will be prepared to return to your setting and run your first circle!

DAY 2: Participants will:

  • Understand the purpose of the circle process and how circles can be used in your setting.
  • Learn the necessary skills to prepare and facilitate

AUDIENCE: Administrators, School Counselors, Social Workers, and Teachers

ONLINE REGISTRATION:  Pewaukee:  https://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=21111

REGISTRATION ASSISTANCE: Mary Devine, CESA #4 
(800) 514-3075; mdevine@cesa4.org

COST:  $200.00 registration fee per person (Handouts, lunch and refreshments are included)

PAYABLE TO:  CESA #4

SEND PAYMENT TO:
CESA #4, 923 East Garland Street, West Salem, WI  54669 ATTN: Mary Devine
PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date with all checks or purchase orders. Thank you!

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Wed, 06 Mar 2019 08:30:00
(Turtle Lake) Drug Impairment Training for Educational Professionals (DITEP) - March 6, 2019 https://www.wishschools.org/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=454&memberid=850

(Turtle Lake) Drug Impairment Training for Educational Professionals (DITEP)

8:30 am—3:30 pm; Registration 8:00-8:30 am

March 5-6, 2019 
(Rescheduled from  October 2-3, 2018)

CESA #11
225 Ostermann Drive
Turtle Lake, WI  54889

Contact: Carol Zabel, CESA #10
(715) 720-2145
czabel@cesa10.org

The purpose of this two-day training is to enable education professionals to identify chemically impaired individuals and types of drugs for the purpose of ensuring a safe learning environment.

Day 1 is designed to be a general information day which includes:

  • Introduction and overview
  • Drugs in society
  • Policy, procedures, and roles
  • Drug identification
  • Overview of alcohol
  • Drug categories and their observable effects
  • Issues involving the law
  • Contacting parents
  • References

Day 2 is designed to be a skills training day which includes:

  • Eye examinations
  • Vital signs
  • Divided attention tests
  • Poly-drug use
  • Assessment Process

Objectives of this training are the following:

  • Describe the involvement of drugs in school and society
  • Name the seven drug categories and recognize their effects
  • Describe drug impairment signs and symptoms
  • Properly interpret the results of your observations

AUDIENCE: Educators, School Nurses, Administrators, Law Enforcement, Parents, and Youth-Serving Organizations

ONLINE REGISTRATION:  Turtle Lake: https://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=21131

COST: $50.00 (Includes Lunch and Refreshments)

 Registration Questions: Mary Devine (800) 514-3075; mdevine@cesa4.org;

Send Payment to CESA #4;
ATTN Mary Devine, 923 East Garland Street, West Salem, WI  54669.

PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop and date with all checks and purchase orders. Thank you!

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Wed, 06 Mar 2019 08:30:00
(Pewaukee) Introduction to Restorative Practices and Using Circles Effectively - March 7, 2019 https://www.wishschools.org/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=421&memberid=850 (Pewaukee) Introduction to Restorative Practices and Using Circles Effectively

Registration 8:00-8:30 am
Workshop 8:30 am-3:30 pm

March 6-7, 2019

CESA #1, N25 W23131 Paul Road
Pewaukee, WI  53072

Contact: Chris Kleiman, CESA #7; (920) 617-5645
ckleiman@cesa7.org

From day one, you will learn a range of practices you can use every day. You'll learn how to set high expectations while being supportive. You will practice how to provide direct feedback and how to ask questions that foster accountability. You will also learn the most effective methods to resolve common conflicts.

DAY 1: Participants will understand key concepts of restorative practices, including:

  • Fundamental Hypothesis/Social Discipline Window
  • Fair Process
  • Psychology of Affect
  • Restorative Practices Continuum

We devote the second day entirely to teaching attendees to facilitate restorative circles. Circles are an essential process for building social capital, resolving social problems and responding when harm occurs. Circles create a positive learning environment. You will learn by participating in circles with other attendees, taking turns to learn how to facilitate. By the end of the day, you will be prepared to return to your setting and run your first circle!

DAY 2: Participants will:

  • Understand the purpose of the circle process and how circles can be used in your setting.
  • Learn the necessary skills to prepare and facilitate

AUDIENCE: Administrators, School Counselors, Social Workers, and Teachers

ONLINE REGISTRATION:  Pewaukee:  https://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=21111

REGISTRATION ASSISTANCE: Mary Devine, CESA #4 
(800) 514-3075; mdevine@cesa4.org

COST:  $200.00 registration fee per person (Handouts, lunch and refreshments are included)

PAYABLE TO:  CESA #4

SEND PAYMENT TO:
CESA #4, 923 East Garland Street, West Salem, WI  54669 ATTN: Mary Devine
PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date with all checks or purchase orders. Thank you!

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Thu, 07 Mar 2019 08:30:00
(West Salem) Addressing Anxiety Related Needs - March 12, 2019 https://www.wishschools.org/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=437&memberid=850 (West Salem) Addressing Anxiety Related Needs
A WORKSHOP FOR EDUCATION PROFESSIONALS

Training 9:00 am-3:00 pm; Registration: 8:30-9:00 am

March 12, 2019

CESA #4, 923 E. Garland Street
West Salem, WI  54669
Contact:  Carol Zabel, CESA #10
(715) 720-2145; czabel@cesa10.org

Participants will learn:

  • About the neurology, prevalence and diagnostics of anxiety and anxiety-related disorders including the components and symptoms of anxiety as well as the anxiety sequence.
  • How to support students’ self-reported anxiety levels and use this data to guide interventions.
  • A variety of strategies to support anxiety both proactively and reactively for learners across the grade band and ability level.

About the presenter:
Jessica Nichols serves the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction as an Education Consultant on the Special Education Team. Her work supports students with autism, students with emotional behavioral disabilities, and student needs related to mental health and trauma. Jess has extensive experience supporting a variety of learners as a teacher, coach, consultant and trainer. She has a passion for early intervention and meaningful family engagement and is committed to promoting a deeper understanding of the myriad of factors impacting youth in Wisconsin’s public schools.

COST: $50.00 (Lunch and snacks are provided)

REGISTER ONLINE:  West Salem—https://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=21183

Registration or billing questions:
Mary Devine, CESA #4
(800) 514-3075; mdevine@cesa4.org

Send payment to:
ATTN: Mary Devine
923 East Garland Street
West Salem, WI 54669

PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date, with all checks or purchase orders. Thank you!

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Tue, 12 Mar 2019 09:00:00
(Oshkosh) Youth Mental Health First Aid Training of Trainers - March 13, 2019 https://www.wishschools.org/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=464&memberid=850 (Oshkosh) Youth Mental Health First Aid Training of Trainers

CESA #6
2300 State Road 44
Oshkosh, WI  54904

March 13-15, 2019 (3-Day Course - Wednesday through Friday)
8:00 am-4:30 pm; all three days
Training of Trainers are now available for three days with limited participants.
Maximum Limit: 15 Participants

CONTACT for more information and/or submit an application by MARCH 1 to:

Jackie Schoening, CESA #6
(920) 236-0515
jschoening@cesa6.org

What is Youth Mental Health First Aid?
Youth Mental Health First Aid is an 8-hour evidence-based training course designed to give members of the public key skills to identify and respond to signs of mental health concerns in youth, ages 12-18.

Role of Instructor
The primary role of instructors is to teach the Mental Health First Aid course. When they offer the course, instructors must teach the full 8-hour course with fidelity to the core program model and key messages. Each instructor has a set of materials to help guide them through course facilitation.

Read more at: http://www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org

PLEASE NOTE—Participants must:

OUTCOME:

  • You are certified to train in Youth Mental Health First Aid. Trainings are designed for up to 30 participants with a co-trainer for each session.
  • Your certification requires a minimum of three trainings per year to remain current.

COST: $1300.00
(Covers training, materials, and lunch)

All participants will be billed after the training. The amount will reflect whether you attend as an individual or as part of a DPI grant or stipend.

REGISTER ONLINE by March 1:
CESA #6 (OSHKOSH): https://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=22663

CANCELLATIONS will be billed at full price if made after March 1.

Registration Questions: Mary Devine (608) 786-4800; mdevine@cesa4.org
 

Sponsored by DPI Grant Project AWARE
 

LODGING
Lodging is available at the state rate of $95.00 at the Hilton Garden Inn, 1355 W. 20th Avenue, Oshkosh, WI  54902.

A block of rooms will be held until February 15, 2019.
Call the hotel to book your reservation at (920) 966-1300 and ask for “CESA #6 Rooms Block.”

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Wed, 13 Mar 2019 08:00:00
(Oshkosh) Youth Mental Health First Aid Training of Trainers - March 14, 2019 https://www.wishschools.org/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=465&memberid=850 (Oshkosh) Youth Mental Health First Aid Training of Trainers

CESA #6
2300 State Road 44
Oshkosh, WI  54904

March 13-15, 2019 (3-Day Course - Wednesday through Friday)
8:00 am-4:30 pm; all three days
Training of Trainers are now available for three days with limited participants.
Maximum Limit: 15 Participants

CONTACT for more information and/or submit an application by MARCH 1 to:

Jackie Schoening, CESA #6
(920) 236-0515
jschoening@cesa6.org

What is Youth Mental Health First Aid?
Youth Mental Health First Aid is an 8-hour evidence-based training course designed to give members of the public key skills to identify and respond to signs of mental health concerns in youth, ages 12-18.

Role of Instructor
The primary role of instructors is to teach the Mental Health First Aid course. When they offer the course, instructors must teach the full 8-hour course with fidelity to the core program model and key messages. Each instructor has a set of materials to help guide them through course facilitation.

Read more at: http://www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org

PLEASE NOTE—Participants must:

OUTCOME:

  • You are certified to train in Youth Mental Health First Aid. Trainings are designed for up to 30 participants with a co-trainer for each session.
  • Your certification requires a minimum of three trainings per year to remain current.

COST: $1300.00
(Covers training, materials, and lunch)

All participants will be billed after the training. The amount will reflect whether you attend as an individual or as part of a DPI grant or stipend.

REGISTER ONLINE by March 1:
CESA #6 (OSHKOSH): https://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=22663

CANCELLATIONS will be billed at full price if made after March 1.

Registration Questions: Mary Devine (608) 786-4800; mdevine@cesa4.org
 

Sponsored by DPI Grant Project AWARE
 

LODGING
Lodging is available at the state rate of $95.00 at the Hilton Garden Inn, 1355 W. 20th Avenue, Oshkosh, WI  54902.

A block of rooms will be held until February 15, 2019.
Call the hotel to book your reservation at (920) 966-1300 and ask for “CESA #6 Rooms Block.”

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Thu, 14 Mar 2019 08:00:00
(Whitewater) PREPaRE-WORKSHOP 1 Crisis Prevention & Preparedness: Comprehensive School Safety Plan - March 14, 2019 https://www.wishschools.org/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=399&memberid=850

(Whitewater) PREPaRE—WORKSHOP 1
Crisis Prevention and Preparedness: Comprehensive School Safety Planning

March 14, 2019; 8:30 am-3:30 pm

CESA #2, 1221 Innovation Drive, Whitewater, WI  53190
Contact: Jackie Schoening, CESA #6 (920) 236-0515
jschoening@cesa6.org

Schools play a critical role in meeting the needs of students, staff, families and often the local community during times of crisis. PREPaRE is the only comprehensive curriculum developed by school-based professionals with firsthand experience and formal training. The curriculum builds on existing personnel, resources, and programs; provides for sustainability; and can be adapted to individual school needs and size. The PREPaRE curriculum has been developed by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP). For more information: http://www.nasponline.org/prepare/index.aspx

WORKSHOP 1 (one-day)
Focuses on Crisis Planning

  • Provides a broad overview of the school safety and crisis team's roles and responsibilities, with a special emphasis on crisis prevention and preparedness
  • Demonstrates an overall checklist of needs for environmental and psychological safety
  • Target audience: any school professional or community provider/agency who serves on a crisis team and/or is involved in establishing/promoting school safety

Cost (payable to CESA #4)  Includes lunch, refreshments, and materials. Participants receive a set of curriculum materials.

  • WORKSHOP 1 (one-day): $150/person

ONLINE REGISTRATION:  https://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=21058

Workshops will be presented by school and mental health professionals who have completed NASP training requirements for PREPaRE

An allowable expense for School Safety Grants and Title IV Part A

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Thu, 14 Mar 2019 08:30:00
(Oshkosh) Youth Mental Health First Aid Training of Trainers - March 15, 2019 https://www.wishschools.org/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=466&memberid=850 (Oshkosh) Youth Mental Health First Aid Training of Trainers

CESA #6
2300 State Road 44
Oshkosh, WI  54904

March 13-15, 2019 (3-Day Course - Wednesday through Friday)
8:00 am-4:30 pm; all three days
Training of Trainers are now available for three days with limited participants.
Maximum Limit: 15 Participants

CONTACT for more information and/or submit an application by MARCH 1 to:

Jackie Schoening, CESA #6
(920) 236-0515
jschoening@cesa6.org

What is Youth Mental Health First Aid?
Youth Mental Health First Aid is an 8-hour evidence-based training course designed to give members of the public key skills to identify and respond to signs of mental health concerns in youth, ages 12-18.

Role of Instructor
The primary role of instructors is to teach the Mental Health First Aid course. When they offer the course, instructors must teach the full 8-hour course with fidelity to the core program model and key messages. Each instructor has a set of materials to help guide them through course facilitation.

Read more at: http://www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org

PLEASE NOTE—Participants must:

OUTCOME:

  • You are certified to train in Youth Mental Health First Aid. Trainings are designed for up to 30 participants with a co-trainer for each session.
  • Your certification requires a minimum of three trainings per year to remain current.

COST: $1300.00
(Covers training, materials, and lunch)

All participants will be billed after the training. The amount will reflect whether you attend as an individual or as part of a DPI grant or stipend.

REGISTER ONLINE by March 1:
CESA #6 (OSHKOSH): https://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=22663

CANCELLATIONS will be billed at full price if made after March 1.

Registration Questions: Mary Devine (608) 786-4800; mdevine@cesa4.org
 

Sponsored by DPI Grant Project AWARE
 

LODGING
Lodging is available at the state rate of $95.00 at the Hilton Garden Inn, 1355 W. 20th Avenue, Oshkosh, WI  54902.

A block of rooms will be held until February 15, 2019.
Call the hotel to book your reservation at (920) 966-1300 and ask for “CESA #6 Rooms Block.”

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Fri, 15 Mar 2019 08:00:00
(West Salem) PREPaRE-WORKSHOP 2 Crisis Prevention and Preparedness: Comprehensive School Safety Plan - March 19, 2019 https://www.wishschools.org/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=408&memberid=850

(West Salem) PREPaRE—WORKSHOP 2
Crisis Prevention and Preparedness: Comprehensive School Safety Planning

March 19-20, 2019; 8:30 am-3:30 pm

CESA #4, 923 East Garland Street, West Salem, WI  54669
Contact: Carol Zabel, CESA #10 (715) 720-2145
czabel@cesa10.org

Schools play a critical role in meeting the needs of students, staff, families and often the local community during times of crisis. PREPaRE is the only comprehensive curriculum developed by school-based professionals with firsthand experience and formal training. The curriculum builds on existing personnel, resources, and programs; provides for sustainability; and can be adapted to individual school needs and size. The PREPaRE curriculum has been developed by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP). For more information: http://www.nasponline.org/prepare/index.aspx

WORKSHOP 2 (two-day)

Focuses on Crisis Intervention/Recovery

  • Provides a specific examination of the school-based mental health professionals’ roles and responsibilities, with a special emphasis on crisis intervention/recovery
  • Teach participants how to prevent, prepare, and respond to psychological trauma
  • Target audience: Pupil services staff, school-based mental health professionals, community providers who will provide crisis intervention and recovery services

Cost (payable to CESA #4)  Includes lunch, refreshments, and materials. Participants receive a set of curriculum materials.

  • WORKSHOP 2 (two-day): $200/person  -- Must attend both days of the two-day workshop. 

ONLINE REGISTRATION:  https://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=21063

Workshops will be presented by school and mental health professionals who have completed NASP training requirements for PREPaRE

An allowable expense for School Safety Grants and Title IV Part A

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Tue, 19 Mar 2019 08:30:00
(West Salem) PREPaRE-WORKSHOP 2 Crisis Prevention and Preparedness: Comprehensive School Safety Plan - March 20, 2019 https://www.wishschools.org/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=409&memberid=850

(West Salem) PREPaRE—WORKSHOP 2
Crisis Prevention and Preparedness: Comprehensive School Safety Planning

March 19-20, 2019; 8:30 am-3:30 pm

CESA #4, 923 East Garland Street, West Salem, WI  54669
Contact: Carol Zabel, CESA #10 (715) 720-2145
czabel@cesa10.org

Schools play a critical role in meeting the needs of students, staff, families and often the local community during times of crisis. PREPaRE is the only comprehensive curriculum developed by school-based professionals with firsthand experience and formal training. The curriculum builds on existing personnel, resources, and programs; provides for sustainability; and can be adapted to individual school needs and size. The PREPaRE curriculum has been developed by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP). For more information: http://www.nasponline.org/prepare/index.aspx

WORKSHOP 2 (two-day)

Focuses on Crisis Intervention/Recovery

  • Provides a specific examination of the school-based mental health professionals’ roles and responsibilities, with a special emphasis on crisis intervention/recovery
  • Teach participants how to prevent, prepare, and respond to psychological trauma
  • Target audience: Pupil services staff, school-based mental health professionals, community providers who will provide crisis intervention and recovery services

Cost (payable to CESA #4)  Includes lunch, refreshments, and materials. Participants receive a set of curriculum materials.

  • WORKSHOP 2 (two-day): $200/person  -- Must attend both days of the two-day workshop. 

ONLINE REGISTRATION:  https://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=21063

Workshops will be presented by school and mental health professionals who have completed NASP training requirements for PREPaRE

An allowable expense for School Safety Grants and Title IV Part A

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Wed, 20 Mar 2019 08:30:00
(Ashland) Addressing Anxiety Related Needs - April 8, 2019 https://www.wishschools.org/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=438&memberid=850 (Ashland) Addressing Anxiety Related Needs
A WORKSHOP FOR EDUCATION PROFESSIONALS

Training 9:00 am-3:00 pm; Registration: 8:30-9:00 am

April 8, 2019

CESA #12; 618 Beaser Avenue
Ashland, WI  54806
Contact: Lynn Verage, CESA #9
(715) 453-2141 x228; lverage@cesa9.org

Participants will learn:

  • About the neurology, prevalence and diagnostics of anxiety and anxiety-related disorders including the components and symptoms of anxiety as well as the anxiety sequence.
  • How to support students’ self-reported anxiety levels and use this data to guide interventions.
  • A variety of strategies to support anxiety both proactively and reactively for learners across the grade band and ability level.

About the presenter:
Jessica Nichols serves the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction as an Education Consultant on the Special Education Team. Her work supports students with autism, students with emotional behavioral disabilities, and student needs related to mental health and trauma. Jess has extensive experience supporting a variety of learners as a teacher, coach, consultant and trainer. She has a passion for early intervention and meaningful family engagement and is committed to promoting a deeper understanding of the myriad of factors impacting youth in Wisconsin’s public schools.

COST: $50.00 (Lunch and snacks are provided)

REGISTER ONLINE:   Ashland—https://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=21184

Registration or billing questions:
Mary Devine, CESA #4
(800) 514-3075; mdevine@cesa4.org

Send payment to:
ATTN: Mary Devine
923 East Garland Street
West Salem, WI 54669

PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date, with all checks or purchase orders. Thank you!

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Mon, 08 Apr 2019 09:00:00
(Chippewa Falls) DAY 2 - Moving Forward with Social Emotional Learning - April 18, 2019 https://www.wishschools.org/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=467&memberid=850

(Chippewa Falls) DAY 2 - Moving Forward with Social Emotional Learning

April 18, 2019

Workshop 9:00 am-3:00 pm; Registration 8:30-9:00 am
CESA #10
725 W. Park Avenue
Chippewa Falls, WI  54729

Workshop Contact: Carol Zabel, CESA #10 (715) 720-2145; czabel@cesa10.org

Schools have been implementing SEL by focusing on building awareness, commitment and creating a plan.

Many teams are ready for the next steps:

  • Cultivating adult SEL
  • Promoting SEL for students and
  • Using data for continuous quality improvement

Participants will:

  • Identify how to strengthen the social and emotional skills of staff
  • Plan how to build their staff expertise to support SEL efforts in the school
  • Learn how to build student acquisition of skills
  • Learn how to support student application of skills
  • Develop a plan to collect data for continuous quality improvement of SEL efforts using a Plan Do Study Act (PDSA) process

Please note: This session has pre-requisite requirements.
Your school has:

  • Completed a Day 1 training with a team
  • Completed SEL assessment rubric
  • A team dedicated to coordinating SEL efforts
  • A team of 3 or more that will attend

Presenters:
Beth A. Herman, MSE
School Mental Health Training Consultant
Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction

Gregg Curtis, PhD
School Counselor Consultant
Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction

COST: $25.00 (Includes lunch and snacks)

Online Registration: https://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=22809

Registration Questions Contact:
Mary Devine, CESA #4
(608) 786-4800; (800) 514-3075
mdevine@cesa4.org

Send payment to:
CESA #4
Attention: Mary Devine
923 East Garland Street
West Salem, WI  54669

PLEASE include and clearly define:                      
Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date, with all checks or purchase orders. Thank you!

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Thu, 18 Apr 2019 09:00:00
(Green Bay) Introduction to Restorative Practices and Using Circles Effectively - June 12, 2019 https://www.wishschools.org/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=422&memberid=850 (Green Bay) Introduction to Restorative Practices and Using Circles Effectively

Registration 8:00-8:30 am
Workshop 8:30 am-3:30 pm

June 19-20, 2019 Changed to June 12-13, 2019

CESA #7, 595 Baeten Road
Green Bay, WI  54304

Contact: Chris Kleiman, CESA #7; (920) 617-5645
ckleiman@cesa7.org

From day one, you will learn a range of practices you can use every day. You'll learn how to set high expectations while being supportive. You will practice how to provide direct feedback and how to ask questions that foster accountability. You will also learn the most effective methods to resolve common conflicts.

DAY 1: Participants will understand key concepts of restorative practices, including:

  • Fundamental Hypothesis/Social Discipline Window
  • Fair Process
  • Psychology of Affect
  • Restorative Practices Continuum

We devote the second day entirely to teaching attendees to facilitate restorative circles. Circles are an essential process for building social capital, resolving social problems and responding when harm occurs. Circles create a positive learning environment. You will learn by participating in circles with other attendees, taking turns to learn how to facilitate. By the end of the day, you will be prepared to return to your setting and run your first circle!

DAY 2: Participants will:

  • Understand the purpose of the circle process and how circles can be used in your setting
  • Learn the necessary skills to prepare and facilitate

AUDIENCE: Administrators, School Counselors, Social Workers, and Teachers

ONLINE REGISTRATION:  Green Bay:  https://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=21112

REGISTRATION ASSISTANCE: Mary Devine, CESA #4 
(800) 514-3075; mdevine@cesa4.org

COST:  $200.00 registration fee per person (Handouts, lunch and refreshments are included)

PAYABLE TO:  CESA #4

SEND PAYMENT TO:
CESA #4, 923 East Garland Street, West Salem, WI  54669 ATTN: Mary Devine
PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date with all checks or purchase orders. Thank you!

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Wed, 12 Jun 2019 08:30:00
(Green Bay) Introduction to Restorative Practices and Using Circles Effectively - June 13, 2019 https://www.wishschools.org/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=423&memberid=850 (Green Bay) Introduction to Restorative Practices and Using Circles Effectively

Registration 8:00-8:30 am
Workshop 8:30 am-3:30 pm

June 19-20, 2019 Changed to June 12-13, 2019

CESA #7, 595 Baeten Road
Green Bay, WI  54304

Contact: Chris Kleiman, CESA #7; (920) 617-5645
ckleiman@cesa7.org

From day one, you will learn a range of practices you can use every day. You'll learn how to set high expectations while being supportive. You will practice how to provide direct feedback and how to ask questions that foster accountability. You will also learn the most effective methods to resolve common conflicts.

DAY 1: Participants will understand key concepts of restorative practices, including:

  • Fundamental Hypothesis/Social Discipline Window
  • Fair Process
  • Psychology of Affect
  • Restorative Practices Continuum

We devote the second day entirely to teaching attendees to facilitate restorative circles. Circles are an essential process for building social capital, resolving social problems and responding when harm occurs. Circles create a positive learning environment. You will learn by participating in circles with other attendees, taking turns to learn how to facilitate. By the end of the day, you will be prepared to return to your setting and run your first circle!

DAY 2: Participants will:

  • Understand the purpose of the circle process and how circles can be used in your setting
  • Learn the necessary skills to prepare and facilitate

AUDIENCE: Administrators, School Counselors, Social Workers, and Teachers

ONLINE REGISTRATION:  Green Bay:  https://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=21112

REGISTRATION ASSISTANCE: Mary Devine, CESA #4 
(800) 514-3075; mdevine@cesa4.org

COST:  $200.00 registration fee per person (Handouts, lunch and refreshments are included)

PAYABLE TO:  CESA #4

SEND PAYMENT TO:
CESA #4, 923 East Garland Street, West Salem, WI  54669 ATTN: Mary Devine
PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date with all checks or purchase orders. Thank you!

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Thu, 13 Jun 2019 08:30:00