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Are you looking for more information about becoming an accredited Triple P practitioner? We are always looking for people who work with parents and families and would like to support those parents in strengthening their relationships with their children.

Please feel free to read over some of the details of training and accreditation. These information sheets will give you a good idea of what to expect during training and as an accredited practitioner providing a Triple P intervention to a parent. Triple P interventions vary in intensity, with Level 2 being a light touch intervention targeting every parent and Level 5 being the most intense intervention targeting parents who have compounding family issues and concurrent transitions.

Need more information about which level is best for you? Contact our Training Coordinator, Tracee Ferguson.
If you are interested in becoming accredited, please submit an interest form and we will let you know about our upcoming trainings.

Before you can attend a training, we will need you to fill out an application. The application filled out and submitted online.

We look forward to working more closely with you!

 

Upcoming Training

What?   Level 3 Primary Care (0-12) Training and Accreditation
Where? Durham County Department of Public Health, 2nd Floor, Conf. Room C

When?  March 18th and 19th, 2019 = Training
              April 2nd = Pre-Accreditation Workshop
              April 16th or 17th = Accreditation Exam

This training has been filled. We will update the page with future training we intend to host. In the meantime, you may fill out an application (above) and we will make sure you are contacted personally the next time we schedule a training.
 
Thank you!