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Registration Open for Training for Trainers of Juvenile Justice Staff

The National Partnership for Juvenile Services (NPJS), in collaboration with Juvenile Detention Centers and Alternative Programs, is hosting a Training for Trainers on July 10-14, 2017, in Harrisburg, PA. This event will help agency trainers learn the skills they need to develop staff who work with justice-involved youth. Participants will learn how to better apply adult learning methodology to their agency training events. Attendees will participate in group learning with fellow agency trainers who work with justice-involved youth.


Date Created: June 21, 2017