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Resilience Strategies for Educators: Techniques for Self-Care and Peer Support (RSE)

TRAIN-THE-TRAINER (TTT) TRAINING MATERIALS

Thank you for registering to attend the REMS TA Center’s day-long, in-person Resilience Strategies for Educators: Techniques for Self-Care and Peer Support (RSE) Train-the-Trainer (TtT) training. This page will provide you with all the materials that you will need to participate in the training. Please note that the materials featured on this page are intended for print and hard-copy use only. We encourage you to download and print the materials prior to the training event.

Required Materials

The required materials for this training event include the Pre- and Post-Training Videos and Participant Workbook for use during the training event.

  • Pre-Training Video: This video will introduce you to the information and resources available through the REMS TA Center, as well as the Resilience Strategies for Educators: Techniques for Self-Care and Peer Support (RSE) training. It is recommended that you view this video before attending the live training event.
  • Participant Workbook: This is the workbook you will use during the training session. It contains curriculum slides.
  • Post-Training Video: This video will help you to review core concepts addressed during the training, complete additional work and activities related to the Resilience Strategies for Educators: Techniques for Self-Care and Peer Support (RSE) training, and begin implementing lessons learned during the training.

Optional Materials

If you would like to download and print an optional hard copy of the below materials for reference at the event or to read it in advance of the event, we invite you to do so.

  • School Guide: This federal guidance describes principles of emergency planning and a process for developing, implementing, and continually refining a school emergency operations plan.
  • Understanding Educator Resilience & Developing a Self-Care Plan Specialized Training Package: This downloadable resource includes select content from the Resilience Strategies for Educators: Techniques for Self-Care and Peer Support (RSE) Train-the-Educator (TtE) presentation, including basic concepts on resilience and the self-care plan development activity. It can be used as a stand-alone tool to self-teach or instruct others.

Materials for Future Training Delivery

Following the training, you will be prepared to deliver the 7-hour, in-person Resilience Strategies for Educators: Techniques for Self-Care and Peer Support (RSE) Train-the-Educator (TtE) training to your site-based staff. The materials required for future delivery of this training at your site include Presentation Slides available for download and the Training Materials Web Page accessible below.

  • Presentation Slides: This is a copy of the 7-hour Train-the-Educator (TtE) presentation that includes speaker’s notes to facilitate your delivery of the curriculum.
  • Training Materials Web Page: This is for you to share with any training attendees of the Resilience Strategies for Educators: Techniques for Self-Care and Peer Support (RSE) Train-the-Educator (TtE) that you deliver so that they can access their own set of materials. This Web page contains the Pre- and Post-Training Videos, Participant Workbook, handouts, and related resources that future training attendees will need.

Electronic Access

If you prefer to view the materials on your laptop, tablet or mobile device, you may download them in advance to view them offline during the training, or view them online using your own network or Wi-Fi connection during the training (provided that your training site is equipped with Wi-Fi). If you choose to access the materials electronically, please note that they are set-up for hard-copy printing and are not interactive.

Finally, if you would like to make any modifications to the training materials, use them in whole or in part, or combine them with materials developed by your organization or by another entity, we request that provide credit to the U.S. Department of Education and the REMS TA Center. If you would like assistance with appropriately citing the materials accessible on this page, please contact the REMS TA Center Help Desk at info@remstacenter.org.

Additional Resources

In addition to the materials described above, the REMS TA Center offers many supplemental resources, products, tools, and services to support various aspects of school safety, security, emergency management and preparedness.

First, we encourage you to join the REMS TA Center’s Community of Practice (CoP). The CoP is a virtual space for schools, school districts, institutions of higher education (IHEs) and their community partners to collaborate, share, and learn from the experiences of others in the field. Anyone involved in the field of school and/or IHE emergency management is welcome to join. Within the K-12 Public Forums is one titled Educator Resilience and Self-Care Plan. We encourage you to visit this forum and share any resources you have or continue the discussion!

We also encourage you to visit our About Us page to learn more about the FREE services we offer, including:

If you have any questions about the materials described above, please do not hesitate to contact the REMS TA Center on regular business days, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Eastern Time.

Sincerely,

The REMS TA Center Team
info@remstacenter.org
1-855-781-REMS (7367)
@remstacenter