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NOTE: This training is only for arts education administrators (e.g. Education Directors, Program Directors, etc.) who support teaching artists in their work. If you are a teaching artist, you would attend our Trauma-Informed Practice for Teaching Artists training.
Any artist working in community settings will encounter young people who have been impacted by trauma. While teaching artists rarely have detailed access to a participant’s personal history, there are tools they can use to identify a young person who is potentially trauma-impacted and strategies that they can employ to accommodate and engage that young person. Arts Education Administrators can play a crucial role in supporting their teaching artists by providing trauma-informed program values and program supports, introducing trauma-informed workshop practices, and facilitating trauma-informed partnerships with community partners.
Upon completion of the training, Arts Education Administrators will recognize:
Upon completion of the training, Arts Education Administrators can:
Over the course of five, four-hour sessions, a cohort of up to 12 Arts Education Administrators will deeply engage in rigorous presentations by leaders in trauma-informed practice and its application in a range of artistic disciplines.
Participants will be asked to complete outside reading and reflection questions and, when possible, test the strategies they are learning in real time in their organizations.
Arts Education Administrators must commit to attend all five, 4-hour training sessions.
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