Training Delivery - Classroom Training / Onsite

2016 Tribal Probation Academy - Session III

The Basic Tribal Probation Academy (TPA)* is a comprehensive training academy that provides foundational knowledge and practical, skill-based training infused with cultural awareness through traditional, evidence-based and alternative approaches to community supervision. The Academy continues to evolve by incorporating new examples, case studies and growing field expertise of faculty to complement and enhance delivery of the core curriculum. Training is presented using hands-on and interactive learning, role plays, and scenarios. This enables the students to readily apply the knowledge and skills gained in each session.

2016 Tribal Probation Academy - Session II

The Basic Tribal Probation Academy (TPA)* is a comprehensive training academy that provides foundational knowledge and practical, skill-based training infused with cultural awareness through traditional, evidence-based and alternative approaches to community supervision. The Academy continues to evolve by incorporating new examples, case studies and growing field expertise of faculty to complement and enhance delivery of the core curriculum. Training is presented using innovative methods, with the goal of enabling students to readily apply the knowledge and skills gained in each session.

Tribal Probation Academy - Session I

The Basic Tribal Probation Academy (TPA) is a comprehensive training academy that provides an opportunity for new and experienced probation officers to obtain up-to-date information and critical skills needed for effective case management, officer safety, and career development. TPA training provides tribal probation officers with current information on topics relevant to their work in the field. The Academy continues to evolve by incorporating new examples, case studies, and growing field expertise of faculty to complement and enhance delivery of the core curriculum.

NADCP 21st Annual Conference -- Tribal Track 2015

The National Association of Drug Court Professionals Conference offers a wide menu of drug court training for courts across the country, and includes over 2,000 attendees. Of the conference's twenty different tracks, the "Tribal Track" offers workshops specifically catered to Tribal Healing to Wellness Courts and courts serving Native American populations. Additionally, prior to the conference, the Tribal Nations Forum offers a three-hour space for Healing to Wellness Court practitioners to meet and share experiences.

2015 Tribal Healing to Wellness Court Enhancement Training

The 2015 Tribal Healing to Wellness Court Enhancement Training is a three-day comprehensive training covering topics relevant to tribal drug courts/healing to wellness courts, including adult, juvenile, and family models. All practitioners are warmly invited to attend. 

Enhancing Tribal and State Collaborations to Build Sustainable Public Safety Partnerships (Mar 7, 2016)

This course is designed to be a proactive, comprehensive, training experience that fosters collaboration among tribal, state, federal, and local governments. The class will train and equip participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to identify existing tribal justice challenges for the purpose of strengthening partnerships to more effectively implement criminal justice initiatives in their organizations.

Enhancing Tribal and State Collaborations to Build Sustainable Public Safety Partnerships (Mar 1, 2016)

This course is designed to be a proactive, comprehensive, training experience that fosters collaboration among tribal, state, federal, and local governments. The class will train and equip participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to identify existing tribal justice challenges for the purpose of strengthening partnerships to more effectively implement criminal justice initiatives in their organizations.

Enhancing Tribal and State Collaborations to Build Sustainable Public Safety Partnerships (Jan 2016)

This course is designed to be a proactive, comprehensive, training experience that fosters collaboration among tribal, state, federal, and local governments. The class will train and equip participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to identify existing tribal justice challenges for the purpose of strengthening partnerships to more effectively implement criminal justice initiatives in their organizations.

IASAP Drug Identification and Recognition: Regional, Keshena, WI

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, substance abuse is increasing in America. In a 2012 survey, approximately 23.9 million Americans reported using an illicit drug or abusing a prescription medication in the past month. This course was developed to meet the ever-increasing needs for professionals working in Indian Country to remain current on the most abused drugs in today’s society. Participants will learn to recognize drug influence through a systematic approach using the 7-step drug recognition process.

IASAP Drug Identification and Recognition to Support Tribal Justice

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, substance abuse is increasing in America. In a 2012 survey, approximately 23.9 million Americans reported using an illicit drug or abusing a prescription medication in the past month. 
This course was developed to meet the ever-increasing needs for professionals working in Indian Country to remain current on the most abused drugs in today’s society. Participants will learn to recognize drug influence through a systematic approach using the 7-step drug recognition process. The hands-on instruction will help students develop the skills necessary to recognize the signs and symptoms of persons under the influence of stimulants, hallucinogens, opiates, marijuana, alcohol, depressants, inhalants, and dissociative anesthetics.

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