RENEW Facilitator Training Institute
Learn to Facilitate Success for Our Most Vulnerable Youth
This modularized, interactive online training prepares school and community staff to become RENEW Facilitators.
RENEW is a youth-directed planning and support process designed to meet the needs of young people with emotional and behavioral challenges transitioning from school to adult life.
Through group activities and instruction, learn to engage youth, facilitate personal futures planning through mapping, develop individualized teams and resources, direct the RENEW team process, conduct school-to-career planning, and empower youth to lead the process.
A brief overview will cover necessary system supports to ensure successful implementation. Attendees will leave with the knowledge and skills to implement RENEW in their practices.
This training is the first step in full implementation of RENEW, which also includes receiving coaching and establishing an implementation team to oversee the work.
Modules 1–2: Orientation to the RENEW Process, youth and family engagement, personal futures planning.
Modules 3–4: Team facilitation, progress monitoring, resource development, and transition strategies.
Module 5: Problem-solving for facilitators, education and support strategies, employment supports, and planning for adult living and careers.
Who Should Attend
Middle/high school general and special educators, para-educators, psychologists, mental health workers, health care providers, social workers, youth and family counselors, and family members supporting youth ages 12–25.
Presented by the Center for RENEW Implementation at the UNH Institute on Disability.
Date & Time
Registration Fee: $600 per attendee
Event Policies: Payment or a copy of a purchase order is due the day of or prior to the first training date. To receive a full refund, cancellations must be made seven (7) days prior to the event. For full IOD event policies, visit www.iod.unh.edu/events.