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About This Webinar

The session will provide an opportunity for the participants to learn about Peer Programs: Rational, start-up, maintenance, and evaluation. The session will introduce the participates to the National Association of Peer Program Professionals Programmatic Standards and Ethics. It is important for participants to understand the WHY PEER LEADERSHIP, steps to follow for a Peer-Led program, and how to assist professional teachers and safety professionals maintain and evaluate programs.

When: Thursday, May 27, 2021 · 11:15:00 AM · Central Time (US & Canada)
Duration: 45 minutes
Language: English
Who can attend? Everyone
Dial-in available? (listen only): Yes
Dial-in Number: Please register for this Webinar to view the dial-in info.
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
President of National Association of Peer Program Professionals (NAPPP)
Judith A. Tindall, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist and consultant. She is president of National Association of Peer Program Professionals (NAPPP). She has written the following books: Evaluation of Peer and Prevention Peer Program: A Blueprint for Success; An In-Depth look at Peer Programs second edition, Peer Power Book 1: Becoming an Effective Peer Helper and Conflict Mediator, fourth edition, Peer Power, Book 2, Applying Peer Helping Skills, Third Edition: Peers Helping Peers Program for the Preadolescent and Leaders Manual; 3R's of Feeling: Receiving, Reflecting and Responding. She has conducted two webinars on Peer-to-Peer Strategies for Bullying Prevention/Intervention and Peer-to-Peer Strategies for
Suicide Prevention. She has appeared on Radio and TV on a variety of topics including Good Morning America. She has been a participant in the Bullying Summit in Washington D. C. She has provided peer training nationally and internationally including the UN (S.O. S. program,), S. Korea, Egypt, Alaska, and 45 lower states. She assisted the NTHSA in evaluating three projects and the FFA for creating a national evaluation model and needs assess for their programs. She has helped to develop the Zero Tolerance for Underage Drinking and Driving, seatbelt, drowsy driving curriculum.
Hosted By
Youth Transportation Safety Program webinar platform hosts Taking your Program From Peer-Driven to Peer-Led
Youth Transportation Program, including Teens in the Driver Seat and U in the Driver Seat.