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Level 4 Standard
Core Training

Description of Service: In-depth, one-on-one parenting support (10-11 sessions) for families with children 2-12 years old.

Prerequisite: None

Training DatesJuly 16 – 18, 2024  9:00 – 4:30 (8:45 on 1st day)

Pre-Accreditation: July 30, 2024  9:00 – 4:30

Accreditation (1/2 day)August 13 or 14, 2024  AM: 9:00 – 12:30 / PM: 1:30 – 5:00

Register by: June 20, 2024 to receive the training materials prior to the 1st training day.

  • After submitting a registration form, First 5’s Triple P Program Manager will follow up to confirm your/ your agency’s commitment. Once the written agreement is signed, you will be added to the roster.

  • All Training, Pre-accreditation, and Accreditation sessions will be held on Zoom.

  • The Zoom link and training materials will be provided by Triple P America prior to the first training date. Materials will be shipped to the business or residential mailing address provided in the registration form.

  • Each practitioner will be assigned to (or sign up for) a half-day Accreditation session during the initial Training. First 5 Santa Cruz County recommends blocking off both Accreditation dates in your calendar until a specific date and time has been confirmed by the Triple P America trainer.

Training on local evaluation procedures: Date/time TBD

Overview of Level 4 Standard Core Triple P

  • Core Triple P is designed for families with children from birth – 12 years old. This program variant includes 5 principles of positive parenting and 17 strategies to Develop Positive Relationships, Encourage Positive Behaviors, Teach New Skills and Behaviors, and Manage Challenging Behaviors.

  • Level 4 Standard Triple P consists of in-depth parenting coaching and consultation, provided in 10-11 one-on-one sessions. Parents/caregivers learn and practice all 17 positive parenting strategies.

  • These in-depth Triple P services are best suited for families with children between 2-12 years old who have concerns about their children’s social, emotional, and behavioral health. The program is particularly effective for families experiencing multiple and/or more serious parenting challenges.

  • Practitioners use a combination of assessments, a workbook, videos, role plays, coaching, and “homework” to help parents/caregivers set their own goals; develop and implement parenting plans that are tailored to their cultural, linguistic, and family needs; and track and maintain progress.


Minimum Service Delivery Requirement (to receive free training & parent resources)

  • 4 – 6 parents per year, per practitioner

Interested but not sure you can meet these minimum requirements?

Contact First 5’s Triple P Program Manager, Yesenia Gomez-Carrillo or (831) 465-2203

or sign up to attend an Informational Session!

Sign up to attend an Informational Session:​

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