Introduction to the Pyramid Model

Monday, Sep 18, 2023
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Introduction to the Pyramid Model training is an evidence-based approach designed to empower educators with the skills and knowledge to support relationships, create nurturing environments, and implement effective teacher practices to meet the social-emotional needs of young children. The training will delve into the relationship of the Pyramid Model with prevention science, equity, inclusion, trauma-informed care, anti-bias practice, and the use of data for decision-making. Participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of how the Pyramid Model aligns with these important principles and practices, enabling them to create inclusive and supportive environments for all children.

This training consists of 6 hours training and 1 hour for lunch. The educator must attend the full session to receive credit. No partial credit will be given.

This training is required for advancement to Level 2 and Level 3 in Learn & Grow:

· Administrators must complete this training as part of achieving the Alaska Early Childhood Administrator Credential

· Lead teachers must complete this training as part of Level 2: Moving into Higher Quality Training

· Assistant teachers complete this training as part of Level 3: Committing to Higher Quality

For more information about Learn & Grow and the various pathways to complete these training requirements please visit All parts of this training session, when applicable, must be taken together to receive credit for participation.

Strengthening Families and Pyramid Model Trainings are funded by:

State of Alaska, Department of Health and Social Services

State of Alaska, Department of Education & Early Development

This session has been approved by the SEED Training Approval System. For more information about SEED Training Approval System please go to

Important Information
SPECIAL NOTICE:  Registration closes two business days prior to the training event.
thread Southcentral AK
Zoom Video Conferencing
Statewide, AK
Caroll Rodriguez