Peer Solutions is pleased to report we are now offering Trauma Informed Primary Prevention (TIPP) Training and Certification
1- To educate and connect youth service providers
2- To advance the fields of positive youth development and prevention
3- To normalize health equity
4- To prevent the root causes of harm to self and others before they begin
5- To promote the use of evidence-based, community and youth developed, implemented, and evaluated programming
TIPP Training Modules:
1- Trauma Informed Primary Prevention (TIPP)
a. Primary Prevention 101
b. SER to end OSN across the SEM
c. The what and why’s of being trauma informed
d. How to maximize impact with policy level strategies
2- How and why to use Evidence Based Approaches:
a. Community and Positive Youth Development
b. Developmental Assets
c. Diffusion of Innovation
d. Peer Education, Leadership, and Mentoring
e. Social Emotional Learning
f. Social Norms and Marketing
g. Theory to Practice: Putting it all together
3- Topic Specific: You may choose any or all to meet your needs
a. Bullying and Harassment at school and/or work
b. Child Abuse, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
c. Depression, Self-Harm, Suicide
d. Eating Disorders
e. Gang and Gun Violence
f. Homelessness and Poverty
g. Interpersonal Violence – Sexual, Domestic, and Relationship Violence
h. Juvenile Delinquency, Poor school performance
i. Substance Abuse
j. Unintended Pregnancy Prevention, Sexually Transmitted Infections prevention and awareness, and adolescent reproductive health, and sexual health
k. Interpersonal and Social Skills development with individuals, families, and professionals addressing Traumatic Brain Injury
l. Addressing and preventing suicide and depression with individuals, families, and professionals addressing Traumatic Brain Injury
4- How to build and maintain TIPP programming
a. Why and How to implement youth led and developed programming
b. 3 R’s – Relationship Building, Recruitment, and Retention with youth and adults
c. How to include youth, families, and communities
d. How to work with prevention and intervention partners
e. Why and How to work with marginalized youth and communities
f. Curriculum development and adaptation
g. How to build a coalition
h. Intervention resource connection, inclusion, and distribution
a. The why and how to use evaluation to maximize impact
b. Short and long term evaluation strategies
c. Agency and Program Evaluation strategies
d. Developing and using evaluation tools to maximize impact
One CEU equals ten contact hours
Training is based on Blooms Taxonomy and interactive with multiple adult learning techniques, networking, and ongoing follow-up.
IS TIPP TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION FOR ME?
TIPP Training and Certification is for you if you answer yes to any of the following questions:
1- Do you work with youth of any age?
2- Do you fund programs that work with youth?
3- Do you work in or fund prevention?
4- Are you committed to preventing harm to others and self before it begins?
5- Are you committed to the health and wellbeing of children and youth?
6- Do you want to learn about Trauma Informed Primary Prevention – TIPP?