Training


The Illinois PBIS Network has designed a comprehensive training and technical assistance program for PBIS implementation that includes trainings targeted for specific team members and entire district teams. Each training and technical assistance series focuses on a particular level of intervention (Getting Started/Tier 1, Tier 2, Tier 3, Coaches, and Administrator Academy) and includes all of the informational topics critical to understanding and implementing PBIS at that level.
 
To select the appropriate training for your school or district teams:
If your district does not currently implement PBIS, visit the Getting Started page on the website for an overview of PBIS commitment and requirements prior to attending training. Also visit our Statewide Contacts page to learn who to contact for specific categories of questions.
  
Available Trainings:
For event materials and training descriptions, click on the  icon
 
Getting Started with PBIS
 Topic Materials
 Team Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS)
 Classroom Management

        Coaching Classroom Management (EX300)
        Maximizing Structure in the Classroom, Expectations, & Active Supervision
        Strategies to Acknowledge Positive Behavior
        Strategies to Respond to Challenging Behavior
 SWIS
 
         SWIS 5.0 Update Overview
         SWIS/SWIS-CICO
         SWIS/ISIS Facilitator Training
 Universal Screening

Coaches
 Topic Materials
 District-based Coaching (EX200)
 Building-based Coaching: Leading the Team (C100)
 Building-based Coaching: Online Systems, Data-based Decision Making (C200)
 Tier 2/Tier 3 District-based Coaching
 Regional Coaches Network Meetings
 
Tier 1 
 Topic  Materials
 Tier 1/Universal Series
 
Tier 2
 Topic Materials
 Tier 2/Secondary Series
 
Tier 3 Training Readiness
 Topic Materials
 Tier 3 Readiness
 
High School
 Topic Materials
 High School Tier 1
 High School Tier 2 Series
 High School Coaches Network Meetings

Tier 3
 Topic Materials
 FBA/BIP Series
 Wraparound Series
 RENEW Series

Clinician Learning Community Days
 Topic Materials
 Role of the School-based Clinician