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Middle School Trainers

Sample application
Completion of this application does not indicate acceptance into the program. A Partners Against Hate staff member will notify all applicants one month in advance of the scheduled program whether or not they have been selected to participate.
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How Training-of-Trainers Works
Participants will be responsible for travel expenses to and from the regional Training-of-Trainers site. Upon completion of the Training-of-Trainers program, participants will be prepared to deliver the following:
  • Faculty in-service workshops for school faculty and staff focusing on the prevention of bias, prejudice, bullying, harassment, and hate crimes in schools.
  • Workshops for middle school student peer leaders on preventing hate-related behaviors and hate crimes.
Requirements for Training-of-Trainers Candidates
We are particularly looking for people who have experience working with youth (e.g., educators, counselors, youth service coordinators, parents) and/or are currently work in law enforcement (e.g., police officers, prosecutors, corrections officers, probation officers). Applicants should also have experience conducting training programs or facilitating workshops with adults and/or youth. Ideally, applicants will complete the training application as a Team, with one Team member representing the law enforcement community and one Team member demonstrating extensive experience working with youth. Individual applications are also invited; however, first preference will be given to those applicants applying as a Team. Those individuals applying alone will, if accepted to the program, be paired with someone with complementary skills and experiences.
Additionally, applicants agree to the following:
  • Each Trainer agrees to conduct 4 workshops in the 12-month period immediately following the Training-of-Trainers program. There will be no charge to the audience for these programs.
  • Each Trainer's employer must agree to permit him/her to conduct the 4 workshops during the regular workday.
  • Each Training Team will take the initiative to schedule and conduct these 4 workshops.
The next training will be held in...
Montgomery, Alabama, March 22-24, 2004.
The deadline for registration is February 25, 2004.

If you are not eligible for this training, you may wish to be informed of future training sessions.
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