Workshops/Trainings

Current Available Trainings

Principles of Effective Intervention Training

Training description: Participants will gain an understanding of how the Principles of Effective Intervention (PEI) relates to their work in juvenile justice. Through this training participants will be introduced to the background and research for PEI; able to identify the four primary principles; able to provide an example of a risk, need, and responsivity factor; and distinguish between risk and need.

Audience: Tailored to a variety of audiences including judges, attorneys, probation officers, institutional staff, case managers, and other program staff.

Duration: One full day.

Please register for a PEI training here.

 

Implicit (Unconscious) Bias Training

Training description: Participants will gain an understanding of what is implicit bias; what causes implicit bias, how is implicit bias is measured, how an implicit bias be reduced/managed at the individual and instituational levels? All trainings will include an overview of implicit bias research and key findings, a discussion of implicit bias from the audience’s perspective, and small working group discussions on potential implementation of several recommended practices/policies from social scientists that are expected to reduce bias. Additional information can be found here

Audience: Tailored to a variety of audiences including judges, attorneys, probation officers, institutional staff, case managers, and other program staff.

Participants: Max 50.

Duration: One full day or two half day. 

Limited trainings are available. Please submit interest for Implicit (Unconscious) Bias Trainings here by June 1, 2019.

 

 

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