SWIS is a web-based decision system that monitors social climate and child behavior by tracking behavior incidents. Not only does SWIS support decision-making through easy access to comprehensive graphs but also provides a structure to improve the consistency and accuracy of staff reporting of behavioral incidents.
Content of the training includes:
Note: Participants who are certified in another application (e.g., CICO-SWIS or I-SWIS) will receive a 50% discount for the training fee.
Upon completion of this certification training, participants will be able to:
As part of this certification, participants will be completed pre-training and post-training modules.
Pre-training modules will be sent at least 2 weeks prior to the first in-person learning session session and will take about 4 hours to complete.
Post-training modules will be due 2 weeks after the last in-person learning session and will take about 4 hours to complete.
As this is a hybrid training, technological skills (e.g., the ability to navigate and use multiple computer applications and/or resources at the same time) are necessary to successfully access the training content and participate in this training.
Note: Full attendance and participation at all instructor-led synchronous learning sessions is required for certification. Please plan your schedule accordingly.
Anyone wanting to become certified to support school teams with their use of the SWIS application. The role is designed for people who will be training, supporting, and providing technical assistance to multiple schools within a district, region, and/or state.
This webinar will provide participants with a basic understanding of the four SWIS Equity Reports, the metrics we use to measure progress for the various student subgroups, and how we can use the SWIS Data Drill Down tool to investigate disproportionality related to specific student outcomes (e.g., actions taken, students involved in a certain type of behavior, etc.).More Information
SWIS Facilitators need to know how to best support schools as they consider and use the functionality. In this webinar, we will highlight features of the functionality, explore considerations for readiness and ongoing coaching support for schools, as well as share resources to support your role.More Information
This webinar will provide participants with a basic understanding of how to use the Drill Down tool in SWIS to create a precise problem statement.More Information
In this 90-minute webinar, we will provide new facilitators with essential resources and strategies to successfully work with schools.More Information
In this 60-minute webinar, we will dig into the common misconception that "High Fliers" skew and distort SWIS data.More Information
In this webinar, we will highlight features of the Paperless Referral Entry and Referral Workflow functionality, explore considerations for training and support for schools, as well as share resources to support your iuse of the features.More Information
This webinar will provide participants with a basic understanding of discipline disproportionality especially as it relates to racial and ethnic subgroups and other marginalized groups of students (e.g., students with disabilities). Information will be provided about how schools can use the SWIS Ethnicity reports and the Drill Down tool to investigate disproportionality within their school.More Information
This webinar will provide participants with information about the use of SWIS custom fields.More Information
This 90-minute webinar will demonstrate the reporting features available in SWIS that support assessment, planning, and progress monitoring for students who receive advanced tiers of support.More Information
This 20-hour in-person and online hybrid training prepares and certifies participants to provide services and supports as a SWIS Facilitator to local schools interested in implementation of the School-Wide Information System (SWIS).More Information
This 2-hour webinar is for individuals previously trained as SWIS facilitators who no longer meet certification requirements or are seeking a refresher. This webinar reviews the basic navigation of SWIS, the responsibilities of a SWIS facilitator, and the readiness/licensing process.More Information
This one hour webinar provides an overview and exploration of the newest SWIS Suite application: Early Childhood-SWIS (EC-SWIS). EC-SWIS is a data collection and decision-making tool for behavior incidents within early childhood programs. Within this webinar, the EC-SWIS application will be demonstrated and associated resources will be shared.More Information
This webinar will provide participants with an advanced understanding of how to use the Drill Down tool in SWIS. This webinar is for advanced users of the Drill Down tool and a companion to the beginner’s webinar entitled “Using the SWIS Drill Down Tool.”More Information
This webinar provides an overview of each of the data tools available through PBIS Applications: PBIS Assessment, the SWIS Suite, and PBIS Evaluation.More Information
This webinar will provide participants with guidance on how to train and support new SWIS Suite Users via various delivery methods.More Information