2018 Prevention, Intervention, Treatment, Recovery Catalog - 12
INTERVENTION & TREATMENT
4. Provide staff with ongoing education.
Training for a school's Bullying Prevention Coordinating Committee (BPCC) and staff and ongoing technical
assistance are offered by the Institute on Family and Neighborhood Life at Clemson University.
Ongoing telephone consultation for at least one full school
year (18-24 months preferred) with an OBPP Certified TrainerConsultant.
The purpose of consultation is to provide ongoing assistance
in the implementation of program elements, with particular
attention to troubleshooting challenges that may arise and
helping to maintain the program over time.
A two-day training offered to members of a school's BPCC
that typically takes place at the school, district administrative
offices, or a convenient location in the community.
Training helps ensure that the BPCC at each school has the
necessary information, support, and strategies to successfully
launch and sustain the OBPP with fidelity.
* Increase participants' knowledge about the nature, prevalence
and impact of bullying among children and youth (including
impact on academic achievement, mental and physical health).
* Through interactive learning, familiarize participants with
all core elements of the OBPP and strategies for bullying
prevention and intervention.
* Develop skills to build awareness among students and staff of
various roles played in bullying situations and to encourage
positive behaviors as witnesses.
* Develop skills to intervene effectively in incidents of bullying
with both students and parents of those involved.
* Develop a plan (including a timeline) to implement the OBPP in
the school with fidelity.
Trainer Certification Courses (TCC)
TCCs are available throughout the year for those interested
in becoming an OBPP certified trainer. Locations vary.
For information, call 864-656-6271 or
email June Jenkins at firstname.lastname@example.org.