Series-based Trainings

Prime Time is excited to present series-based trainings for out-of-school (OST) practitioners, directors, assistant directors and staff to cultivate more in-depth knowledge and skills that builds on leadership, well-being and behavior management capacity.

Please note the following instructions when registering for a training series:

  • You must register for all trainings in the series. Once you’ve completed the entire series and assignments, you will receive your certificate.
  • Click on the registration link on the training calendar/series webpage on our website to register for all trainings in the series.
  • You are expected to attend all trainings in the series and complete an assignment in between the two training sessions.
  • If you miss a training, you will not receive a certificate for that TRACK.

Well-being Track - Well-being Tools for Practitioners and Youth
Three Part Series

  • 1/24/2020 Part 1- Introduction
  • 2/11/2020 Part 2- Modeling
  • 2/25/2020 Part 3- Life Skills for Youth

Prime Time is authorized by IACET to offer 1.0 CEUs for this training.

Intended for OST staff who wish to decrease stress, practice self-care strategies and teach and model well-being skills for youth in their programs.

This three-part series will include an introduction training to learn the strategies, a part 2 training to practice and model the strategies and skills and a part 3 training that will focus on how to transfer these new practices to youth in your program. Part 3 will give you practical activities to teach youth important life skills such as stress management, resilience and relationship skills.

Behavior Management Track -
Reframing Behavior Management
Two-Part Series

  • 1/23/2020 Reframing Behavior Management - Part 1
  • 2/4/2020 Reframing Behavior Management- Part 2

Prime Time is authorized by IACET to offer 0.7 CEUs for this training.

This interactive and fun training expands on strategies in the Reframing Conflict training to show you how to approach ALL youth behavior as opportunities for youth to learn responsibility, emotion management and problem-solving skills. Part 2 will dive deeper into how youth have “Mistaken Beliefs” when they are acting out. You will have an opportunity to practice activities and strategies that help youth improve their communication, responsibility, problem-solving and empathy skills. You will leave this training with a “toolkit” of easy to use activities and strategies to improve youth behavior.

 

CEUs: Upon successful completion of this training and follow-up assignments, the participant will earn 6.5 clock hours (0.70 CEUs) of training.


Please note the following instructions when registering for a training series:

You must register for all trainings in the series. Once you’ve completed the entire series and assignments, you will receive your certificate

  • Click on the registration link on the training calendar/series webpage on our website to register for all trainings in the series.
  • You are expected to attend all trainings in the series.
  • If you miss a training, you will not receive a certificate for that TRACK

Teens and the Family Connection

  • 2/26/2020 Teens and the Family Connection - Part 1
  • 3/11/2020 Teens and the Family Connection - Part 2

Prime Time is authorized by IACET to offer 0.7 CEUs for this training.

Do you want to really engage your teens while helping them to become future leaders? Starting a Teen Advisory Council (TAC) is a great way to do both! TAC involvement allows teens to become your partners in designing, planning and implementing programs and often leads to stronger youth engagement, and higher program participation and attendance. In this captivating two-part hands-on training, you'll learn how to create, run and sustain a fun and effective TAC that will strengthen your community and provide numerous benefits for both teens and adults.

Please note: Only afterschool practitioners working with middle school youth should register for this training.

 

Teen Advisory Council
Two-Part Series

  • Teen Advisory Councils - Part 1
  • Teen Advisory Councils - Part 2

Do you want to really engage your teens while helping them to become future leaders? Starting a Teen Advisory Council (TAC) is a great way to do both! TAC involvement allows teens to become your partners in designing, planning and implementing programs and often leads to stronger youth engagement, and higher
program participation and attendance. In this captivating two-part hands-on training, you'll learn how to create, run and sustain a fun and effective TAC that will strengthen your community and provide numerous benefits for both teens and adults.

Please note: Only afterschool practitioners working with middle school youth should register for this training.

 

Leadership for OST Directors
Four-Part Series

(Blended Training- Online and In-person)

Intended for directors, assistant directors and those aspiring to move up in their OST programs.

  • OST Leadership Part 1 - Introduction - A one-hour self-paced online session
  • OST Leadership Part 2- Progressive Afterschool Director
  • OST Leadership Part 3- Progressive Afterschool Director 2
  • OST Leadership Part 4- Wrap Up – a follow-up live online session

This four-part series will include one introduction training online, two face-to-face trainings at the Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County (Progressive Afterschool Director 1 and 2) and a follow up Community of Practice meeting online. Topics such as leadership styles, coaching strategies, management techniques and improving communication will be taught and practiced through fun, hands-on activities.

Leadership Track for OST Practitioners

Two-Part Series

( In-person)

Intended for OST Practitioners

The Progressive Afterschool Practitioner -Part 1

Progressive Too! A Deeper Look- Part 2

The Progressive Afterschool Practitioner and Progressive TOO trainings that make up this training series are designed to heighten a practitioner’s insight into their own professional development. Learn about the facets of job satisfaction with professional development planning during part one and create a plan for professional development by using the Core Competencies for Afterschool Practitioners as a guide in Part two. Dive deeper into the different aspects of professionalism in out-of-school time (OST)  through a variety of experiential learning activities that will explore how you, as a professional can continue to develop in this field.