Become a Person-Centered Thinking Trainer
Every style of person-centered planning requires the foundation of a person-centered way of thinking.
Teaching and supporting the use of person-centered thinking skills will mean that it is more likely that plans will be used and acted on and the lives of people who use services will improve.
A foundational person-centered skill set will give you and your organization several ways to get plans started, so updating the plans will occur “naturally,” requiring less effort and time.
Credentialing a Person-Centered Thinking Trainer creates greater autonomy for your organization.
What is a Person-Centered Thinking Trainer?
The Learning Community for Person-Centered Practices (TLCPCP) is a collaborative of agencies, companies, states, and individuals who come together to ensure best practices in Person Centered Practices as well as resources such as curriculum, education, conferences, group discussions, and celebrations.
Your Training Schedule At a Glance
Training for your Person-Centered Thinking Trainer credentialing takes anywhere from 6-8 months and is required to be done with a training partner whether from your agency or another organization.
What does it take to become a certified Person-Centered Thinking Trainer?
People who become intentional person-centered thinking practitioners are often inspired to take their practice to the next level by becoming a PCT Trainer.
Becoming a PCT Trainer is not just about delivering the curriculum. It is about training, skilled plan facilitation, and truly being an ambassador for person-centered practices and The Learning Community for Person-Centered Practices.
Review the list of prerequisites and certification requirements below for more detailed information on becoming a Person-Centered Thinking Trainer.