Live Summer Training Series

Join us on July 23, 3-5:30pm (Pacific Time) & August 22, 2-3pm (Pacific Time) to learn more about strategies for managing challenging behaviors and power struggles in the classroom!
Live series

Mark Your Calendars!

July 23rd from 3:00-5:30pm Pacific Time

Mastering Challenging Behaviors: The Essentials
In our inclusive early learning training “Mastering Challenging Behaviors: The Essentials,” you'll gain the foundational knowledge and confidence to address challenging behaviors in your classroom. This training will be live over Zoom and will include time for Q&A at the end of the training.

August 22nd from 2:00-3:00pm Pacific Time

Power Struggles
Are you ready to thrive in your classroom instead of constantly putting out fires? Power struggles are challenging for everyone – adults and kids alike. This live training is packed with the strategies you need to decrease power struggles, increase cooperation, and build connection with kids who challenge you the most.


month of access to training materials


total savings with bundle price


continuing education hours

Increase Your Inclusive Early Learning Knowledge

Join us for 2 live training sessions to build your knowledge this summer! 

Live trainings include 4 printable handouts

  • 4 Functions of Behavior Handout
  • Heavy Work Handout
  • Descriptive Feedback Handout
  • ABC Chart
IMPACT™ courses are developed by a multidisciplinary team and makes every effort to ensure that information provided reflect evidence-based, early childhood best practices. Providers should always follow local jurisdictions and other governing bodies rules and regulations when implementing any strategy or suggestion. Any actions, or lack of actions, are not the responsibility or liability of Northwest Center Kids – IMPACT™.

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