Jan 30-31, 2020: 2-Day Reconnect for Resilience Training in Tarboro
Howard Memorial Presbyterian
Basement Church Hall
303 E St James St
Tarboro, NC 27886
1) Sign-up by completing the form below
2) Please hold these dates on your calendar and plan to attend the training
3) You will be notified of acceptance or waitlist to confirm your spot and participation in this training
PURPOSE: WHAT WILL I LEARN?
Reconnect for Resilience™ offers simple language to explain how trauma affects the brain and the nervous system and introduces a set of practical strategies to promote resilience. The training teaches seven tools for people to use during stressful times in their lives. The tools are for anyone to use during hard times, no matter what their age or level of education. Science shows us that stress can lead to chronic sickness in our bodies, like high blood pressure, diabetes, and weight gain. We want to teach others how to work with our brains to get us back in our Balance Zone during hard times.
This 2-day intensive training usually costs $295, and is being offered for free through support from the Rural Opportunity Institute and Area L AHEC.
Due to funding restrictions, preference will be given to those who live/work in Edgecombe, Nash, Halifax, Northampton, and Wilson counties.
Thurs Jan 30: 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Fri Jan 31: 8:30 am to 4:00 pm
Click here to see the flyer:
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
-Student support services
-Members of faith community
-Health care providers
-Justice and Juvenile Justice
-Local businesses: HR managers, trainers
-Any youth serving professionals
Certificate of completions will be provided for free at the end of the training
CEU's are available for $25
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Organization or role
Where are you located?
Can you commit to being present for the entire 2-day training on Jan 30-31?
Which counties do you live / work in?
Please select which sector(s) best represents your perspective coming into this training
Nonprofit / community-based organization
Parent / community member
Criminal justice / courts
Please check which statement most describes you
I don't like training other people on new information I learn
I'm okay with the idea of becoming a trainer and sharing the info I learn at this training with others
I would love to become a "train-the-trainer" who can be a champion to lead trainings for others
Who you serve
Example of how to answer the next two questions -
1) I'm a middle school teacher and teach 4 classes per year that each have 25 students (so 4 x 25 = 100 per year). I estimate that 80% of my students are low-income......So you would enter 100 for question A and 80% for question B.
2) I'm a juvenile court counselor and I have a caseload of 6 new kids per month (so 6 x 12= 72 per year). I estimate that 60% of the youth on my caseload are low-income......So you would enter 72 for question A and 60% for question B.
A) Estimate how many people you serve in one year?
B) Estimate what percentage of the people you serve qualify as low-income?
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