This is a full certification LSCI training with space available!!
Prerequisite: Completion of online or live LSCI Certification Part 1: Introduction to Life Space Crisis Intervention. This three-day course builds on the theories, concepts and skills introduced in Part 1 of the LSCI Certification process. Part 2 provides full certification in the advanced skills of helping kids with chronic patterns of self-defeating behaviors turn their crises into learning opportunities. Video training supplements and instructor modeling of the process will be used to enhance the learning experience. Through small group activities and realistic role-play scenarios, each participant will be given many “hands on” opportunities to practice the skills and intervention strategies of the LSCI process. Observation and feedback from peers and the instructors will occur throughout the training institute. This training is guaranteed to improve your professional skills regardless of your orientation. Upon completion of Parts 1 and 2, teachers can earn 35 hours for Act 48 credits. The full LSCI certification program has also been approved by the National Association of Social Workers and the National Board for Certified Counselors for 30 continuing education contact hours.
This full certification course features four consecutive days and a follow up fifth day in September. This provides participants with the opportunity to put their learning into practice, and return on a fifth day to discuss their experiences with the practical & written exam to follow. Space is limited.
This full certification course is actually 12 sessions with the final two sessions devoted to review and the practical/written exm. Hosted by the NorthWest Technical Center in St. Albans, Vt. interested parties can contact the NWTC at 802 527-6517 for registration or visit their website: email@example.com. Deadline for registration: September 4, 2015
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The LSCI Institute was founded by Nicholas J. Long Ph.D and Frank A. Fecser Ph.D
For general information,please contact Signe Whitson