|Date(s):||August 15-16, 2019|
|Place:||Lane ESD Main Campus (directions)|
|Presenter:||Lane ESD Mandt Trainers|
|Audience:||Lane County public school educators, instructional assistants|
|Goals:||See description below|
|Description:||The Mandt System training courses are based upon the philosophy that all people have a right to be treated with dignity and respect, the right to personal identity, the right to normalization, and the right to the least restrictive and most appropriate environment. We believe that all individuals should be seen as people first. Therefore, we believe that relationships should be based on principles in which people are allowed to participate in decisions about their lives. We recognize and consider people's behavior, even negative behavior, as a form of communication. Our approach to relationships with people requires that we proactively meet the needs of others striving to improve relationships by learning to avoid repeating mistakes.
Relational Modules 1,2,3 cover what it takes to build healthy relationships in the workplace. These three chapters are the most important ones in the Mandt system. They stress the importance of de-escalating and interacting with people – not controlling them. If you can manage and control yourself, you can better interact with other people.
The physical intervention module will not be included in this abbreviated Mandt training.
|Lunch:||Lunch will not be provided.|
|Notes:||All participants will be provided a certificate for PDUs based on the training hours.|