Training

Approved ICPS trainers can offer one- and two-day training models, with customized follow-up consultation built into training contracts. The two-day training is designed for implementers and includes either on-site or off-site coaching.

ICPS recognizes the importance of administrators, student support personnel and parents to program success. As a result, non-implementing staff members should plan to attend the implementer training or one-day training designed specifically for administrators, counselors and psychologists. Training in a companion program “Raising a Thinking Child” can be offered to parent educators.

CPS at Center for Schools and Communities is planning virtual training to integrate these programs into your work with families and their children. Training will include:

  • Virtual I Can Problem Solve (ICPS) Implementation Training. Training occurs over three half-day sessions. Includes two-hour virtual consultations. Participants who successfully complete the training will be certified to implement ICPS in their programs.
  • Virtual Raising a Thinking Child (RaTC) Training for Parent Educators, Coaching and Consultation. Training occurs over three half-day sessions. Includes five-hour virtual consultation. Participants who successfully complete the training will be certified to implement RaTC in their programs.
  • Teaching Children How, Not What to Think; Fostering Youth Social Emotional Learning Development. This one-hour workshop introduces participants to the ICPS and RaTC programs.

Please provide your email address if you would like to be notified when registration opens for these virtual trainings. 

Virtual and in-person Training-of-Trainers sessions are also available upon request. 

For an approved ICPS trainer, contact Stephanie Roy.

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