The Project Harmony Training Institute

The Project Harmony Training Institute is able to provide our community with great training opportunities, many at no cost, because of the generous support of our community funders.

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Over 2,000 research studies have shown that hope is the #1 predictor of future well-being outcomes. Simply stated, high hope individuals are more likely to be healthier, happier in their jobs, and more fulfilled in life than their lower hope peers. Hope is easily defined, easily measured, and easily taught and practiced. Hope is a predictor of improvement in engagement, achievement, productivity, and resilience. Participants will be trained to act as a Hope Champion, an individual who can help leaders and community members make connections between hope science and any organizational initiatives. Participants in this Train the Trainer course will be equipped to deliver four 2-hour training courses for their community:                Trauma and Resilience                Empathic Strain and Self-Care                Building Hope in Yourself and Others                Using Hope Science to Drive Outcomes   Participants will have access to the following opportunities to support their new role: A quarterly zoom call open to all members of the Hope Champions Network. Four (4) coaching calls to a Project Harmony trainer to review the content of the courses trained. A monthly email newsletter highlighting the work of members of the Hope Champions Network. The opportunity to share requests for the development of additional training content.   NOTE:  This training will be held July 30 and 31 at Project Harmony. Presented in partnership with Trauma Matters Omaha Read more

This is a micro mobile lesson to highlight the benefits of unpacking feelings when something impactful happens. Read more

Children from 0-5 years old are especially vulnerable to traumatic impacts on their development while involved in the child welfare system. Their biological development and sense of attachment is so moldable in those ages, and we must be mindful of the challenges we impose on them. Decisions within child welfare must be evaluated through early development and attachment lenses. These children are also eligible for a variety of helpful services that many people may not know exist. The programs described in this training are reflective of our experience in Douglas County, Nebraska. If you live elsewhere, brainstorm comparable options in your service area or contact Project Harmony for recommendations on getting started. We invite you to work through this training and take note of the resources and recommendations within. Read more

Project Harmony brinda servicios para jóvenes y familias en toda nuestra comunidad. Reconocemos que cada familia es única e intentamos que nuestro trabajo sea lo más acogedor posible. Este microaprendizaje le proporcionará información que utilizamos para servir de manera efectiva a un grupo que a menudo es mal entendido: la comunidad LGBTIQ+.   For English, see Project Harmony | Microlearning: LGBTQ+ The Basics (Online Training) ( Read more

Este microaprendizaje identificará cinco preguntas básicas para hacerse o deducir cuando un niño revele abuso o negligencia. Las respuestas a estas preguntas equipan a ese adulto de confianza para llamar a la Línea Directa de Abuso y Negligencia o al 911. Los alumnos deben ser capaces de razonar por qué estos son apropiados e imaginar cómo actuarían en este tipo de situación.   For English, see Project Harmony | Microlearning: What Can I Say When a Child Tells Me About Abuse or Neglect? (Online Training) ( Read more

In this course, we want to share a mnemonic device to help learners remember the signs of predatory behavior. Committing this information to memory increases the chances of catching it in real life and protecting the kids in their network. Read more

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