CONTINUOUS QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROCESS

After more than a decade of coaching youth work professionals, facilitating afterschool programs and directing citywide quality improvement initiatives, he has turned 10 trainings into a quality improvement framework.

This framework begins with facilitator observations to determine which of the 10 components staff have mastered and which of them need to be improved. Facilitators receive 90-minute training for each component they need to improve before being observed for a final time. Coaching is provided to help facilitators adopt quality facilitation methods and embed them into programming after observation and training have concluded.This framework empowers facilitators with tools to create enthusiastic learning environments for youth. Ultimately, this experience will help facitliators increase youth engagement, class productivity and staff competencies.  

The 10 Components Continuous Quality Improvement Process can be used to:

 

  1. Provide organizations with temporary staff basic facilitation support.

  2. Provide organizations with high staff turnover tools to address fundamental staff

  3. development needs.

  4. Provide management-level staff information to coach newly onboarded staff.

  5. Provide management level staff with information to determine what trainings and supports

  6. to offer program facilitators.

  7. Provide program facilitators with a guide for planning and implementing program activities.

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10 TRAINING COMPONENTS

Jeremy Triblett provides youth work professionals (5th-12th grade) with training to facilitate quality after-school programs. He has designed one training for each of the ten components so facilitators can practice, review, and study methods for implementing each component with fidelity. These highly engaging trainings can last between 90 minutes and 3 hours and be facilitated virtually or in person. Potential clients can purchase any of the following training as a workshop, Bootcamp or continuous improvement framework:

 

1. Safe Enough To Fail: Creating physically and emotional safe spaces for youth.

 

2. The White Glove Test: Cleaning, arranging and preparing physical environments to maximize learning potential and inspire youth participation.

 

3. Virtual Learners: Implementing strategies for making online learning safe, engaging and effective.

4. It’s Nice To Be Here: Generating welcoming atmospheres for youth and utilizing attention grabbing modalities.

 

5. Don’t Fail To Plan: Designing lessons with objectives, agendas and facilitator’s instructions.

 

6. Skill Building: Cultivating skills in youth with facilitation methods that inspire engagement and continuous learning.

 

7. It’s Worth The Fight: Reframing conflict as a learning moment with behavioral management strategies and coordinated staff responses.

 

8. All Hands-On Deck: Fostering a culture of collaboration and cooperation through team building, interdependent roles and group projects.

 

9. Will The Real Leader Please Stand Up?: Developing leadership skills in youth with intentionality requires strategic implementation of leadership development principles.

 

10. Reflection and Planning: Sharing power with youth to shape program design, activities and learning plans.

PRESENTATION OPTIONS

Jeremy Triblett’s presentation options are perfect for audiences looking for a speech, training or cohort learning model. Each option can be facilitated virtually or in person, is conveniently priced and includes literature for participants to summarize, reflect on and apply 10 Components of Youth Centered Programs . Non-profit pricing is available on a scale based on annual income and organization size. Request additional information for a more accurate quote below. 

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WORKSHOP

TIME: 90 MINUTES

LITERATURE: HANDOUTS

During the workshop, youth work professionals will review 5 out of the ten strategies for creating youth-centered programs via training and the 10 Components Of Youth Centered Programs Workbook to increase their youth work professional competencies and improve their program delivery.

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EMERSIVE EXPERIENCE

TIME: 3 HOURS

LITERATURE: WORKBOOK

The Bootcamp begins with pre-course work for youth work professionals to explore the 10 Components of Youth Centered Programs Workbook. Participants learn how to facilitate all ten components. Everyone will create personal facilitation goals and leave with the 10 Components Of Youth Centered Programs Workbook.

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CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

TIME: 10+ HOURS

LITERATURE: WORKBOOK AND CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION

After more than a decade of coaching youth work professionals, facilitating afterschool programs and directing citywide quality improvement initiatives, Jeremy Triblett has turned the 10 trainings into a quality improvement framework.

 

This framework begins with facilitator observations to determine which of the ten components staff have mastered and need to improve. Facilitators receive 90-minute training components they need to improve before being observed for a final time. Coaching helps facilitators adopt quality facilitation methods and embed them into programming after observation and training have concluded. This framework empowers facilitators with tools to create enthusiastic learning environments for youth that increase youth engagement, class productivity and staff competencies.

PURCHASE THE 10 COMPONENTS OF YOUTH CENTERED PROGRAMS GUIDEBOOK TODAY

The 10 Components Of Youth Centered Programs Workbook includes 4 chapters amounting to 39 pages, 22 reflection questions, 28 19 processes and 8 activities. Participants use this workbook to prepare for training, while participating in the training and afterwards to apply what they’ve learned. This workbook can be downloaded as a fillable PDF or printed and shipped upon request.