Responding to Behaviour-West Kootenay CCRR
Date(s) - Sep 16, 2020
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
West Kootneay CCRR- Virtual Workshop
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Are you working with a difficult behaviour? Are you overwhelmed and don’t know where to turn next?
Join Marnee Buckles, Behaviour Interventionist, for an evening to learn and discuss different strategies for supporting children in your care.
Please note that this is the first session in a 2 part series. The second session will be held via ZOOM on September 19th from 10:00AM-11:30AM Registrants will need to sign up for both sessions as the second session is to give the participants a chance to process the information and the theory behind it as well as an opportunity to apply or utilize the strategies. Upon registration you will be provided the opportunity to ask specific questions and these will inform the interactive presentation.
Registration will be open to residents of the West Kootenay Region first. If space allows we will open up registration to those living outside of the West Kootenay area. Please indicate when registering what area you live in.
Please register using the registration link below. Filling out the form does not guarantee registration. You are registered once you have received a confirmation email from West Kootenay CCRR staff. Once registered you will receive a ZOOM link to access the workshop before it begins.
Early Years Educators, 0-8
Professional Development Certificate
Professional Development Certificate Credit Hours
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Registration Contact Phone Number
250-352-0407 ext 0
Marnee Buckles is the founder of Behaviour Strats. She is an Affiliate with The Redpath Centre in Toronto. She has been an educator and behaviour specialist/interventionist for over 25 years. Marnee’s expertise includes behaviour management consultations,workshops and professional development training for staff in behaviour de-escalation strategies. Marnee takes pride in promoting advocacy for children as well as their families.Her extensive career experience with First Nations Schools, York Region District School Board, Thames Valley District School Board, and the Ministry of Education, has provided Marnee with a wealth of knowledge and developed skill set. Her professional work includes Behaviour Specialist/Interventionist, Crisis Prevention Intervention Instructor, Head of Special Education Department, and Administrative Lead