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I-SWIS Facilitator Certification -- Online

This 20-hour hybrid course prepares and certifies participants to provide services and supports as an I-SWIS Facilitator to local schools interested in implementation of the Tier 3 component of SWIS or Individual School-Wide Information System (I-SWIS).

Description

I-SWIS is a decision system for students receiving more intensive supports for academic, social, or mental health services. 

This 20-hour hybrid course prepares and certifies participants to provide services and supports as an I-SWIS Facilitator to local schools interested in implementation of the Tier 3 component of SWIS or Individual School-Wide Information System (I-SWIS) including I-SWIS installation (e.g., readiness & licensing), user training, team coaching, and ongoing technical assistance with case management, data collection, and use of I-SWIS data for decision making. 

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of the course participants will be prepared to:

  1. Train and support coordinators in setup and management of I-SWIS case files.
  2. Describe your role as a facilitator in the installation, training, coaching, technical assistance, and ongoing maintenance associated with I-SWIS implementation.
  3. Embed the I-SWIS facilitator role and responsibilities into your job description and time allocation.
  4. Support 2-5 schools in meeting and maintaining I-SWIS readiness requirements and implementation within 6 months of certification.

Prerequisites

For this training you will be asked to complete online modules independently, as well as attend several synchronous, instructor-led virtual meetings. 

Note: Attendance at each synchronous session is required for certification.

Several online modules will be required to be completed prior to the synchronous session via Zoom. They will take approximately 3 hours to complete and will be sent to you approximately 2 weeks prior to the first synchronous Zoom session.

Target Audience

Individuals wanting to become I-SWIS facilitators to support local schools in monitoring Tier 3 supports.

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