On Demand Trainings Registration
Nevada PEP is pleased to offer these prerecorded webinars that you can access at your convenience. Simply select which webinar you would like to access in the menu below, and register with it’s unique form!
Behavior and Discipline in Schools
Participants will learn the components of the discipline process under IDEA and gain strategies that can help children manage their behavior. Understanding Positive Behavior Supports, Nevada’s laws on Aversive Interventions, suspension and expulsion policies will give participants strategies to help children reach success. During the webinar, the trainer will reference handouts that provide additional information on the topic.
Considering College? Learn What’s Available and How to Get It
Thinking about going to college? This workshop will guide you in where to go, what to ask, and how to apply to help you get ready for the next chapter of your life as a college student. You will be provided a “You Can Do It!” workbook to assist you with gathering information to better prepare you for your post-secondary education. Parents and students are encouraged to attend this workshop together.
Family Stress and Self Care
Participants will learn what family stress and exhaustion look like and how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted family stress. Included will be tips and ideas for self-care and coping skills to lessen the stress that comes along with being the caregiver of a child, youth or young adult with disabilities, including mental health.
Getting That First Job
Both parents and students will learn an overview of the realities of employment for youth. Topics include career planning, the role of families and suggestions to increase the likelihood of being hired for a job.
How Is My Child Reading?
This workshop focuses on helping participants understand terms that are used when discussing reading and writing. Learning the building blocks of literacy will answer this question and give parents the confidence to discuss reading scores with school staff. Don’t miss this workshop full of valuable information on how students learn to read and write.
Making the Most Out of Your Baby’s Early Intervention Services
Parents who have concerns about their child’s development often feel overwhelmed and unsure where to turn. Early intervention services can help your infant or toddler with a disability learn, grow, and meet milestones. This workshop is for families of children under the age of three who want to learn more about the free services that are available to enhance their baby’s development.
#SafeAllies Part 1: What is Bullying?
This webinar is part one of a three part series on bullying presented by Youth MOVE Nevada and Nevada PEP. It’s important for youth and parents to recognize that there is more than one form of bullying, and that children and youth experience bullying in many ways. Learn more about each type of bullying, bullying statistics, as well as the signs and effects of bullying.
#SafeAllies Part 3: Bullying Laws
This webinar is part three of a three-part series on bullying presented by Youth MOVE Nevada and Nevada PEP. Presenters discuss the laws surrounding bullying, and how you can use them to attain a positive outcome.
Special Education in a Pandemic
Do you want to know the rights you have for your child under IDEA? Learn in-formal and formal ways to resolve disagreements related to your child’s special education.
Join Youth MOVE Nevada to learn how youth can be their own best advocate and participate in IEP meetings at school. Both youth and parents will learn how students can be their own best advocates and take part in developing their IEPs.
Participants will learn what anxiety is, treatment options, and ways parents can assist their child or youth who has anxiety.
Understanding Section 504 and Civil Rights
This workshop is designed to provide an understanding of The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 Section 504. Their purpose is to ensure that a child who has a disability identified under the law and is attending an elementary or secondary educational institution receives accommodations that will improve their academic success and access to the learning environment.
Working For Change
Do you know how your personal story can influence and impact decision makers in your community? Using your personal story to educate and advocate can make such a difference when systems or services are going to be changed or eliminated. Don’t miss this training full of strategies to identify the people who make decisions that affect individuals with disabilities. Learn how to deliver your personal story that catches the attention and motivates others to action!
Bullies, Targets, and Bystanders: Responses That Work
While bullying doesn’t always leave bruises or broken bones, it can leave deep emotional scars that last a lifetime. Bullying is a serious issue that occurs throughout our schools everyday and, without intervention, bullying can lead to serious academic, social, emotional, and legal problems. Don’t miss this class full of responses to bullying that really work.
Evaluation and Response to Intervention (RtI)
Evaluation and determining eligibility are key elements in special education. Participants in this workshop will learn about the process that determines the need for special education and related services.
Help Your Child Focus on Learning
Do you find that homework and other tasks can be challenging for your child to complete? Learn about the difficulties children have with focusing, their different learning styles, and strategies that can help you help your child focus better.
Introduction to Individualized Education Programs
Parents are key members of their child’s IEP team. This workshop is an introduction to the Individualized Education Program (IEP), including how to use evaluations to write measurable goals, as well as strategies to help parents become more active participants in their child’s IEP meetings.
Parents will discuss their rights through procedural safeguards in IDEA providing the groundwork for parent participation and decision making that is built into special education law. Learn information about resolution meetings, mediation, and the state complaint process.
#SafeAllies Part 2: Bystanders
This webinar is part two of a three-part series on bullying presented by Youth MOVE Nevada and Nevada PEP. Presenters discuss the multiple types of bystanders and the important roles they play in bullying. Learn more about the many ways that bystanders can influence a bullying situation.
Six Advocacy Tips That Turn No’s Into Yes’s
Are you tired of being told “No”? You are the expert on your child and you know what your child needs. Learn how to get it with these six amazing advocacy strategies!
Special Education, What You Need to Know
Learn how parents can work with schools during COVID-19 to determine special education, supports and services that will be provided to ensure students with disabilities continue to progress during this pandemic.
Transition Planning: Navigating Your Future
Both parents and students will learn an overview of the transition requirements in the IEP, including strategies they can use for effective transition planning as the students move toward college, employment, and living independently.
Participants will learn what depression is, signs to be aware of, treatment options, and ways parents can assist their child or youth who has depression.
Participants will learn what trauma is, different types of trauma, and ways parents can assist their child or youth who has experienced a traumatic experience.
Youth Voice and the YVAL
In this training, Youth MOVE Nevada provides information about the Assessment of Youth Voice at Agency Level (YVAL) for youth serving systems providers and ways to improve youth voice at your agency and encourage authentic youth involvement.
Aprovechar al Máximo Los Servicios de Intervención Temprana de su Bebé
Un taller sobre la infancia temprana para las familias con bebés y niños pequeños con discapacidades intelectuales o trastornos del desarrollo.
¿Es Su Hijo un Blanco de Bullying?
Muchos estudiantes faltan a la escuela a causa de la intimidación. Acosadores tienden a centrarse en los niños que se consideran: “diferentes”. Este taller ofrece estrategias de intervención para ayudar a las familias a enfrentar y prevenir el acoso escolar.
¡Seis Consejos de Abogacía que Gira de un No a un Sí!
¿Está cansado de que le digan “No”? Usted es el experto en su hijo y usted sabe las necesidades de su hijo y usted sabe las necesidades de su hijo. Aprenda cómo conseguirlo con estas seis estrategias de abogacía increíbles!
Planeamiento de Transición: Navegando su Futuro
La intención de los servicios de transición es el preparar a los estudiantes a pasar del mundo escolar al mundo de la adultez. El planeamiento de transición comienza en los primeros años del bachillerato.
Vamos a explorar el tema de planeamiento de transición y las opciones que los estudiantes tendrán a medida que vayan pasando a la universidad, al trabajo o a la vida independiente.
Educación Especial Durante una Pandemia
¿Quiere saber los derechos que tiene para su hijo bajo IDEA? Aprenda formas formales e informales de resolver los desacuerdos relacionados con la educación especial de su hijo.
Introducción al Curso del IEP
No pierda la oportunidad de darle un repaso a su conocimiento del IEP! Este webinar ayuda a los padres que tengan mas confianza en la participación y las decisiones hacia el IEP de su hijo. Durante el seminario, el instructor usará de referencia los folletos que proporcionar información adicional sobre el tema.
Ayúdele a su Niño a Enfocarse en el Aprendizaje
¿Tiene su hijo problemas para concentrarse en la escuela? ¿Le parece que la tarea y otras actividades pueden ser un reto para su hijo para completar? Aprenda acerca de las dificultades que tienen los niños con el enfoque, sus diferentes estilos de aprendizaje y las estrategias que pueden ayudarle a ayudar a su hijo enfocarse mejor.
Las Prácticas Restaurativas Lo que los Padres Necesitan Saber
Esta capacitación explorará las reglas actualizadas relacionadas con la disciplina de los estudiantes en Nevada. Ahora, se requiere que las escuelas utilicen prácticas de disciplina restaurativa. Este cambio positivo está ocurriendo en todo el país para reducir la disciplina punitiva.