Triple P for Providers
A note about participating in trainings
A Readiness Screening worksheet must be completed to register for a training. Only one worksheet is required per agency. The information in the worksheet will help First 5 determine if the level of training is consistent with your work with families.
Your staff must agree to attend all training and accreditation dates when they register. Without accreditation, your training is not complete, and you will not be approved to practice Triple P. We do not have the funding to help with makeup accreditation. Sonoma County providers receive priority for trainings.
First 5 Sonoma County is paying for your training and accreditation—a value of more than $2,000 per participant—plus subsequent training and support. We supply Sonoma County providers with the materials necessary to deliver Triple P for approximately 6 months.
It is critical that training participants understand the post-training commitment to participate in ongoing consultation activities for delivering Triple P and Triple P data collection.
Contact Carla Denner at First 5 Sonoma for any questions regarding Triple P trainings – (707) 565-6626.