Training for Organizations
Overview of Triple P training
A series of accredited training courses for professionals interested in Triple P are available. The courses offer training in various levels of intervention for practitioners working in universal through to specialist services.
Courses are skills-based and involve training in the theoretical and professional skills required to implement the program effectively with families.
A variety of instructional methods are used, including didactic presentations, video and live demonstrations of strategies, simulated practice of consultation skills in small groups, feedback, clinical problem solving exercises, and the provision of recommended readings and participant notes.
A competency-based accreditation process has been developed that requires practitioners to demonstrate their proficiency in program delivery and their knowledge and understanding of the principles upon which the program is based. The University of Queensland provides a certificate of accreditation to practitioners who have completed the training and accreditation requirements.
As Triple P Provider Training Courses are offered only to professional practitioners, post-secondary school qualifications are required in the Health, Education, and Social Services. Practitioners should also have some knowledge of child development and have experience working with families. Please note: Some Triple P training courses have Triple P pre-requisites
Provider Training Options Table