Train the Trainer Events
Create Sustainable Change by Leading Implementation Yourself
What to Expect
A diverse internal Core Team of trauma-informed leaders, coaches and facilitators
An engaging two day event on site led by expert facilitators for groups of 100 or less
Increased capacity to support sustainable, lasting systems change in your agency
Hold community, all-staff, and round-table meetings
Embody trauma-informed values (knowing versus living)
Clarify trauma-informed values, practices, and norms
Learn the trauma-informed coaching model
Recognize and respond to trauma responses in employees
Apply trauma-informed perspectives to current issues
Practice trauma-informed tools and skills
Lead and model the work internally, eliminating the need for external facilitators
Chefalo Consulting’s Group Norms
Class is a safe, judgment-free space where we assume the best in one another. Confidentiality allows us to be honest and vulnerable.
Our conversations won't always have fairy-tale endings or neatly packaged answers. This work can be messy.
Seek Intentional Learning
We embrace mistakes since they are the hallmark of learning. Our goal during class is intentional growth and learning, never perfection.
Two things can be true at the same time. We resist black-and-white thinking that halts growth.
Selecting a Core Team
Participants who complete the Train the Trainer Program will comprise an organization’s Core Team. Individuals on a Core Team lead implementation efforts and serve as continued training support. They are powerful catalysts to trauma-informed change.
Educate trauma-informed teams
Train peers and new hires
Engage is social learning
Lead by example
Demonstrate trauma-informed practices
Solve problems with a trauma-informed lens
Lead implementation efforts
Apply technical changes
Embody trauma informed values
Create safety at work
Prioritize employee wellness
Develop a trauma-informed culture
Powerful & Diverse
We recommend that participants for the Train the Trainer Program & Core Team are thoughtfully selected. A Core Team accomplishes trauma-informed goals most effectively when it is diverse, meaning it represents individuals with various titles, responsibilities, experiences, identities, skills, and abilities.