Resources for Trainers and Mentors
A mentor is a certified IY group leader with extensive experience delivering IY program(s) who provides authorized IY training workshops in his or her agency or district as well as ongoing mentoring & supervision to group leaders who s/he has trained. A certified IY trainer provides international training and consultation services. They possess outstanding leadership skills based on consistent high workshop supervision and evaluations. They have a long-standing commitment towards evidence-based programs with fidelity and leadership skills.Pre-Training Self-Study of IY Programs for Group Leader Trainees and Administrators
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Training Protocols for Parenting Programs:Consultation Day Training Protocol Baby 2-Day Workshop Protocol Basic 2-8 Workshop Protocol (3-Day) rev 7-7-21 School Age 6-12 Workshop Protocol (rev Aug. 2021) Parent Home Coach Training Protocol 1-Day (9-1-19) Parent Home Coach Training Protocol (2-Day) Baby Home Coaching Training Protocol 1-day Well Baby Clinic Coaching Protocol 12-13-16 Supplemental Early Childhood Workshop Protocol Supplemental Workshop Protocol (ages 9-12) Autism Parent Training Protocol (3-Day Training) 12-17 Attentive Parenting 2-day Universal Training Protocol School Readiness Workshop Protocol (2 day) School Readiness Workshop Protocol (1 Day) 2-day Advance Supplemental Training Protocol (9-19)
Training Protocols for Teacher Training Programs:Teacher Classroom Management Training Protocol Incredible Beginnings Workshop Protocol 2-day Parent & Teacher Autism Program Training Protocol 1-day Parents & Teachers Autism Program Supplemental Training Protocol
Training Protocols for Child Training Programs:Small Group Dina Workshop Protocol Classroom Dina Workshop Protocol 3-day Training Classroom Dina Workshop Protocol (2-day training) This checklist to be used only following Teacher Classroom Management Training
8 Day Classroom Plus Teacher Training Protocol Peer Coaching Training Protocol - 2 Days
For your convenience we have provided digital versions of the training evaluation forms. These are used each time you lead a training workshop. These should be sent to Incredible Years® within two weeks of the final day of your workshop, along with completed training protocols and attendance lists.Group Leader Workshop Evaluation Consultation Day Evaluation Basic Parent Supplemental Group Leader Training Day Evaluation Peer Coach Training Evaluation Mentor Collaborative Process Checklist for Training Workshops Mentor Training Checklist (for Trainers) For Mentors & Trainers: Tips for working with Mentors in Training Mentor-In-Training Evaluation
It is easy to create and email a newsletter using this form!Incredible Buzz - Session Follow Up Template Form
Stay in touch after a session by sending out an email using this easy form.
This rating scale is designed for certified mentors or trainers to complete following observation of a session (live or video observation).Parent Group Leader Checklist and Remote Video Review Form Teacher Collaborative Process Checklist and Online Video Review Form
These rating scales were designed to be used by IY Mentors and Trainers when reviewing group leader videos via live Zoom consultation calls with the group leader. This form can also be used by authorized IY Mentors and Trainers when reviewing group leader videos for accreditation live via Zoom.Child Small Group Leader Fidelity Scale (for mentors/trainers)
This rating scale is designed for certified mentors or trainers to complete after observing a therapist complete a 2-hour small group session (live or video observation).Classroom Dina Group Process Fidelity Scale
This rating scale is designed for certified mentors or trainers to complete after observing a teacher complete a daily lesson plan (live or video observation).Teacher Collaborative Process Checklist (Rev. 2019) Teacher Collaborative Process Checklist (Rev. 2019) - Editable
This rating scale is designed for certified mentors or trainers to complete following live or video-recorded observation of a Teacher Classroom session or portion of a session.Helping Preschool Children with Autism Fidelity Checklist
Self-evaluation about the quality of mentoring or supervision you are giving group leaders in training. This information will help you to reflect on the way you provide supervision.Evaluation of Quality of Supervision
Questionnaire about the quality of mentoring or supervision you are receiving from your mentor or trainer. This information helps mentors and trainers to continually improve the way they provide supervision.Evaluation of Classroom Dina/Teacher
Participants evaluation of workshop and leader. Forms for days 1-3.
Sharing your work with others and obtaining feedback from colleagues will result in continual improvement of your therapeutic skills and high fidelity to the intervention.Individual Video Review Process (Overview)
This checklist is for Mentors – use to prepare for giving feedback on a Parent Group Leader’s video.Parent Group Leader Checklist and Remote Video Review Form
This rating scale was designed to be used by IY Mentors and Trainers when reviewing group leader videos via live Zoom consultation calls with the group leader. This form can also be used by authorized IY Mentors and Trainers when reviewing group leader videos for accreditation live via Zoom.
Accreditation Video Review by Selected IY Mentors
As the IY group leader, coach, and mentor community continue to grow, we are working to increase the capacity for high quality and efficient review of videos that new group leaders submit for the accreditation process. In the past, the majority of reviews have been conducted by trainers in Seattle, and, more recently, some very experienced mentors have begun to do accreditation video reviews.
We have a process for ensuring that video reviews are consistent and reliable across all mentors and trainers who are selected to review videos for accreditation. Learn about this process: Process For Accreditation Video Review By Mentors
For Mentors who have been authorized to provide video review for accreditation/certification, please see these Guidelines to what to look for in video submissions.
Guidelines for Mentors Reviewing Videos for Certification/Accreditation
View Mentor presentations at our annual Mentor Meetings on our “For Researchers” page.
Certified mentors are expected to participate in mentor meetings and consultations with IY trainers every 1-2 years. During these mentor meetings new materials and new research will be presented. In addition, mentors meet to share videotapes of their workshops, groups, and supervision. They share new approaches they have used to training parents and/or new group leaders. New training protocols, handouts and programs are explained at these meetings.
Incredible Years Mentor Meetings 2001-2019
2019 Bainbridge Island (Islandwood), Washington2019 Mentor Meeting Handouts- Tailoring Incredible Years
2018 Forcalquier (Charembeau), France2018 Mentor Meeting Handouts
2017 Bainbridge Island (Islandwood), Washington2017 Mentor Meeting Handouts
2016 Utrecht, Netherlands2016 Mentor Meeting Handouts
2015 Bainbridge Island (Islandwood), Seattle2015 Mentor Meeting Handouts
2014 Terracina, Italy
2013 Victoria Island, Canada
2012 Dublin, Ireland
2011 Seattle, Washington (Alexis Hotel) (10th anniversary event)
2010 Copenhagen, Denmark
2009 Vancouver, Canada
2008 Terracina, Italy
2007 Vashon Island (Burton camp ground), Washington
2006 Manchester (Nunsmere), England
2005 Vashon Island, Washington
2004 Caernarfon, Wales
2003 Oxford, England
2001 Vashon Island, Washington
Videos for Mentors
Here you can find different video series we have done that may be helpful to use as a resources for providing information to others about the Incredible Years Programs. Click below to view the videos.
#1 How does the Incredible Years® Parent Program work for Head Start families?
#2 What do parents learn about the foundation of the Parent Program?
#3 What do parents have to say about their experiences with the Incredible Years® Parent Program?
#4 What do parents learn about discipline?
#5 What methods do Incredible Years® Group Leaders use to work with parents?
#6 What are the outcomes of Incredible Years® Parenting Groups?
#7 Does the Incredible Years® Parenting Program work with other cultures?
Foundation of the Incredible Years® Teaching Pyramid®
Managing Classroom Misbehavior
Teacher Experiences Learning the Program
Trainer Experiences Working with Teachers
The Bedrock of Children’s Academic Learning
Research Regarding the Program
Dissemination, Certification and Need for Ongoing Support and Monitoring
#1 Introduction to The Incredible Years® Dinosaur School Child Training Program
#2 Content of The Incredible Years® Dinosaur School Child Training Program
#3 Teacher Experiences with the Classroom Dinosaur School Child Program
#4 Therapist and Parent Experiences with the Small Group Dina Curriculum
#5 Trainer Reflections About Training Teachers & Therapists to Implement the Child Program(s)
#6 Research with The Incredible Years® Dinosaur School Child Training Program
#7 Supporting Implementation of IY Child Programs with Fidelity