Certified Training of Trainers Programs

Resilience-Focused Certified Training

What is a "Training of Trainers" Course?

Training of Trainers (ToT) is designed to create a world conversant in emerging science in the practice of trauma and resilience. In our interactive training program, participants learn to present the content to CRI’s signature courses with faithfulness to science and adult learning methods.

Our Training of Trainers courses are provided by CRI Senior or Master Trainers and offered throughout the year both virtually and in various locations. 

Our Certified Training of Trainer Courses Include:

  • Suggested narrative that helps communicate complex issues in a user-friendly fashion
  • Sample training agenda that can be modified
    for different settings
  • Comprehensive key points to create helpful handouts for your participants
  • PowerPoint presentations
    and links to relevant research articles and supporting materials
  • Training Evaluation Template to help trainers
    assess their training effectiveness and
    relevance

What is needed for a "Training of Trainers" Course?

Become a Certified Trainer!

Hear From the Pros

Others who have taken these courses have something to tell you

Candace Weingart
Resource Center Manager @Community Action of Skagit County
4.5/5

“The course material changed my clinical practice. I recommend these courses and value the opportunity to share what I learned.”

Tiffany Polychrones
Social Worker @City of Charlottesville
5/5

“The training was phenomenal. Mr. Griffin is highly organized and knowledgeable. He encourages participants to absorb the material and present it in their own individual style geared toward the population they serve.”

Tiodolo A. Delagarza, III
Recovery Coach @Recovery Support Services, Inc.
5/5

“Because of the TOT, we now have 5 staff certified in Trauma-Informed Care. The content gives us a unique set of skills to work more effectively with clients who have been victimized from physical, mental, emotional, sexual, and spiritual abuse within our community.”

Anne Marie McDonald
Principal @Bayridge Secondary School
4.5/5

“I believe all of us truly felt ‘seen’ by Rick during our learning. It is very hard to create an authentic and captivating learning experience in an online format, but Rick was able to achieve that.”

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