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Pyramid Model Implementation Training

Ready to start working with the Pyramid Model? Learn how to implement the Pyramid Model in your classroom or program with these trainings.

Online Trainings

Face-to-Face Trainings


Pyramid Model Practices and Topics

Online Trainings


Reliability Training

Teaching Pyramid Observation Tool (TPOT) for Pre-School Classrooms and
Teaching Pyramid Infant–Toddler Observation Scale (TPITOS™)


Technical Assistance and Consulting

States

TA Applications for States - NCPMI offers technical assistance to states for the implementation of Pyramid Model innovations.

Programs and School Districts

Need extra help? Find a Pyramid Model Consultant

Do you need training or technical assistance that is not being offered by NCPMI? The Pyramid Model Consortium provides highly skilled trainers and technical assistance providers who are available to provide a variety of services.  Contact Rob Corso, rob.m.corso@gmail.com, to learn more about the range of training and technical assistance services that are offered.

 

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What is the Difference between NCPMI and the Pyramid Model Consortium (PMC)?

The National Center for Pyramid Model Innovations (NCPMI) is a federally-funded project established to disseminate effective use of the Pyramid Model to support young children’s social, emotional and behavioral development through a variety of training and technical assistance activities. 

The Pyramid Model Consortium (PMC) is a nonprofit, fee-for-service organization that, similarly, was established to disseminate high-fidelity use of the Pyramid Model.

NCPMI and PMC have similarities and differences.

Similarities

Both NCPMI and PMC focus on the Pyramid Model as a framework for promoting effective practices for young children’s social-emotional development and both do so with training and technical assistance for states and local programs.  Many of those who developed the Pyramid Model were involved in establishing PMC (in 2014) and are also faculty with NCPMI (beginning in 2017).  NCPMI and PMC intend to establish a partnership in order to coordinate their activities.

Differences.

NCPMI does not charge for services as it is funded by a 5-year grant that supports activities that are limited by time, work scope and resources.  PMC, on the other hand, is a fee-for-service organization that can accommodate a greater range of requests involving Pyramid Model training and technical assistance.

Additional information can be found at www.challengingbehavior.org (NCPMI) and www.pyramidmodel.org (PMC).