PBIS Tier 3 Training

Overview

Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is a proactive systems approach for creating and maintaining safe and effective learning environments in schools and ensuring that all students have the social/ emotional skills needed for success.

PBIS Tier 3 Trainings are offered at various locations based on regional and statewide implementation readiness data. Please contact your Regional Technical Assistance Coordinators for more information.

The focus of Tier 3 training is development of interventions and supports for individual students who have not responded to Tier 2 interventions. Here is an outline of the training offered: 


T100 Moving from Tier 2/Secondary to Tier 3/Tertiary Levels of Intervention – A Seamless System of Support

This one-day (seven-hour) session will help schools to develop the capacity for effective and efficient Tier 3/Tertiary level supports for students with the greatest needs. Schools will establish a Tertiary Systems Planning Team to assist in the creation of a seamless system of support from Tier 2/Secondary to Tier 3/Tertiary Levels of Intervention. Each team will learn how to use their Tier 2/Secondary data to identify student in need of Tier 3/Tertiary support. This training should be attended by personnel who provide leadership in developing and implementing comprehensive intervention plans for students with the most significant academic/behavioral/emotional challenges including administrators, special education personnel, social workers, counselors, school psychologists, behavior specialists, wraparound facilitators, general education teacher representation, Secondary/Tertiary District Coaches and other staff participating in the Tier 2/Secondary and Tier 3/Tertiary Systems Planning Teams, LAN Members and Community Partners (including family members of student with Tier 3/Tertiary level needs).


T200 Individualized Student Support via Complex FBA/BIP and Wraparound for Students with Tier 3/Tertiary Level Needs

This one-day (seven-hour) training session will take participants through the advanced application of individual student behavior support planning from Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA) and Behavior Intervention Planning (BIP) to wraparound. The primary goal will be to assist teams in developing more effective tertiary-level FBA/BIPs and a system for deciding when a more comprehensive team process, (wraparound) is needed. Emphasis will be given to the continuum of support from Tier 1/Universal through Tier 3/Tertiary Systems highlighting data-based decision-making tools and behavioral interventions for individual students. This training should be attended by personnel who provide leadership in developing and implementing comprehensive intervention plans for students with the most significant academic/behavioral/emotional challenges including administrators, special education personnel, social workers, counselors, school psychologists, behavior specialists, wraparound facilitators, FBA/BIP lead facilitators, general education teacher representation and other staff participating in the Tier 2/Secondary and Tier 3/Tertiary Systems Planning Teams, LAN Members and Community Partners (including family members of student with Tier 3/Tertiary level needs).  


T300/T301 Tertiary Level Support and Data-based Decision-making through Wraparound (Parts 1 and 2)

This two-day (14-hour) training session will provide an overview of the systems, data and practices of the wraparound process as a Tier 3/Tertiary Level Intervention. Primary focus will be on increasing implementers’ knowledge of and fluency with the wraparound process including development of individual teams and plans that are strength-based and tailored to the comprehensive need of each student/family. Emphasis will be given to the intensive, comprehensive wraparound process of supporting and planning for the “whole child” and “whole family.” This training should be attended by personnel who provide leadership in developing and implementing comprehensive intervention plans for students with the most significant academic/behavioral/emotional challenges including administrators, special education personnel, social workers, counselors, school psychologists, behavior specialists, wraparound facilitators, general education teacher representation and other staff participating in the Tier 2/Secondary and Tier 3/Tertiary Systems Planning Teams, LAN Members and Community Partners (including family members of student with Tier 3/Tertiary level needs).

  • Main Office & All Mail:
  • 2935 Universal Ct
  • Oshkosh, WI 54904
  • Phone: 920-233-2372
  • Fax: 920-236-0580
  • Conference Center
  • 2300 State Road 44
  • Oshkosh, WI 54904
  • Phone: 920-233-2372
  • Fax: 920-424-3478