Revamping Fundamental Interventions

The following CEU opportunity is being published as a courtesy and is not sponsored by URTA:

“Do you ever feel like your good ol’ stand-by interventions are getting a little stale and stagnant?  Have you ever felt stuck in a rut when it comes to generating ideas to address the same ol’ goals and objectives? This workshop is designed to help you look at fundamental, tried-and-tired interventions with fresh critical eyes and give you ideas about how to serve them up in different ways with new twists. Learn how to revamp some of the basics (like art, board/card games and cooperation challenges) in ways that will make you excited to pull them off the shelf again.” 

July 23, 2016 

9:30 am – 4:00 pm

Southern Utah Veteran’s Home – Ivin’s

St. George, Utah

$75 per participant + Eventbrite processing fees 

(Only 25 seats available. A minimum of 15 participants is required, so tell your friends. Should the event be canceled a full refund will be issued.)

NCTRC CEU has been approved 

(pre-approval still pending as of April, 9th 2016 but expected to be awarded)

CEU’s available: 6 hours or 0.6 credits. Certificate of awarded CEU’s will be mailed from ATRA to participants concluding the conference once full attendance has been verified.

Workshop will be part lecture/discussion and part hands-on training. A detailed workbook describing how to run the presented interventions is included in the ticket price.

A half-hour lunch will be provided from 12:30 pm – 1:00

Questions? We’ve got answers! Contact Jeremiah.

 

To secure your seat, CLICK HERE or copy/paste the following URL into your web browser:
 

ADA Statement:

We want to provide the best learning experience for everyone. In compliance of the ADA , should you require any additional accommodation(s) to fully participate in this training or if have questions about the physical access provided, please contact us in advance 

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