This three hour training is designed for counselor/administrator teams to work together to learn the basic principles of the Montana School Counseling Program Model. The training will include roles and responsibilities of counselors and administrators within the program and steps for implementation of the Model. Participants will have an outline of an implementation plan and be able to begin the implementation process.
The goal is to provide high-quality, Level I training for Montana school counselors and administrators. Participants will learn the tools to: establish a school counseling program as an integral component of the school?s academic missions; ensure students have access to counseling services; identify and deliver the knowledge and skills acquired in the Academic, Career, and personal/Social Domains; promote specific guidelines and strategies to engage culturally different students/parents in counseling and the educational process; and, sponsor a culturally appropriate approach to counseling that is aligned with the spirit and intent of IEFA.
Montana State University - Billings
College of Education Building, Room 122
- March 11, 2011
- April 1, 2011
- April 13, 2011
There are no fees for this training but registration is required. Mileage reimbursement will be paid for those outside of the Billings area.
For further information or to schedule a training session please contact John Keener, Montana Regional Education Service Area III Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (406)-657-1743.