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SCDSB Participates in "Triple P" Training

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SCDSB Superintendent Rossella Bagnato looks on as Sudbury Catholic staff take part in the Positive Parenting Program (or Triple P) training.

May 17, 2010 - Educators from the Sudbury Catholic District School Board took part in Triple P Training (Positive Parenting Program) recently which provides participants with an overview of the nature and significance of child behaviour problems. The training also familiarizes participants with the principles of effective parent consultation. Educators were also guided though an exercise to assist in the identification of available and effective parenting services and resources in their communities as a starting point for increasing support networks.

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