KBEP’s Professional Development trainings (on site or through KBEP webinar series) provide professional development opportunities for those seeking to further their knowledge of relationship violence. This can include faculty, administrators, or student leaders, at any school grade level. Each workshop will be tailored to best suit the needs of the participants. Participants will learn skills that can be integrated into their work to help foster a culture of respect, and to better respond to students in need of support. Participants will also receive resources that they can use to further support their students.
KBEP offers Professional Development workshops tailored for the workplace. These workshops will help participants learn the vital 21st century soft skills—such as emotional intelligence and interpersonal communication—and skills that will enhance the quality of their relationships with clients and community members.
KBEP now offers Professional Development — webinars! You can participate in KBEP trainings from the comfort of your home or office. To kick off our webinar platform, we will be offering a two-part webinar series:
Dating Violence 101 — January 25, 2018 from 2:00 to 3:30 pm – $30.00
- Participants will learn the basic of dating violence (including types of violence), warning signs that can help us identity if a student or young person is involved in a violent relationship, and provide tips for how to end a violent relationship, and support someone who may need to end a violent relationship.
Save the Drama for Your Mama, Not Your Teacher! — February 22, 2018 from 2:00 to 3:30 pm – $30.00
- participants will learn skills and strategies that are needed to sustain healthy relationships. We will focus on the components of emotional intelligence and practice techniques to build these skills.
Get $10.00 off your registration fee if you sign up for both webinars.
To register, please complete this form for our upcoming webinars on January 25 and/or February 22, 2018