ARISE Life Skill Lessons and Staff Training

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FREE Webinar Series

ARISE is pleased to offer these life skills webinars to those who would like to sharpen or refresh their basic life skills. Copies of recent ARISE life skills webinars can be viewed below. These are pre-recorded sessions, so no interaction is necessary.

Webinars On Demand

 

Webinar Feedback

[05/18/2011]

Gary Morris

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Response: Another great job. Thanks again for making this available. I have been using several of the techniques I learned at your previous webinars. Keep it up!

Please share with us how you are utilizing the ARISE Program at your organization.

Response: At this point I am just trying to put what I learn intp practice. I also have used some of the information in our weekly Newsletter.

Rebecca McDonough

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Response: I enjoyed the webinar presentations and find the information relevant and helpful. Thanks for a great product!

Shena Matter

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Response: I appreciate everything ARISE does! Joliette is a great trainer/facilitator, Susan and her husband have hearts of gold! Thank you for ARISE!

Please share with us how you are utilizing the ARISE Program at your organization.

Response: I am going to take everything I have learned from ARISE and apply it to my counseling sessions.

Melissa Johnson

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Response: I enjoyed the interaction with the other participants.

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Response: I will be getting the positivity cards to use at work.

Mercedes Bertematti

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Response: No Responce

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Response: As I work with client, families, and court staff, I use it for better communication and to help improve the community

Ida Burns

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Response: I enjoy the Webinars. You gain a lot of insight from others.

Please share with us how you are utilizing the ARISE Program at your organization.

Response:The Webinars are in use with staff and in my private life.

[04/14/2011]

Raymond Gonzales

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Response:Very good information that can certainly assist us with our daily lives. However, I would think that most of the listeners work with offenders – adult or juveniles. Could the information be tailored more as to how we can deal with “angry” offenders, how to calm a volatile situation, etc.

Please share with us how you are utilizing the ARISE Program at your organization.

Response: Since the information dealt more with anger and ourselves, I will use the information I picked up in working with my staff here at this juvenile halfway house.

Donald Brooks

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Response: It was great and staff assigned to my facility will be attending in the future.

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Response: Training for my management and supervisory staff.

Phillip Little

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Response: I’m withholding my final “approval” until the other modules are completed. Speaking only for myself -I’ve been in and around the mental health field, child care services, mentally ill clients and a host of coworkers in a myriad of circumstances for a number of years. I don’t think I heard anything new today, and for the most part it seemed a little bit simplistic. I’ve conducted several on-line training sessions myself, and the very medium dictates some modifications from traditional training settings. I appreciate the opportunity to join with you today, and will do so for the upcoming sessions if allowed. Nothing bad or erroneous today. And if a person hasn’t heard it previously, and participated in many different workshops and role playing exercised in this area, then I’m confident they got some much needed info. Thanks again.

Please share with us how you are utilizing the ARISE Program at your organization.

Response: First time opportunity to try it. Our director sent our the correspondence and request for us to join in.

Gary Morris

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Response: While I was familiar with the information covered, it was a good refresher and I appreciate the opportunity to take part.

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Response: The first Webinar that I took part in was on Gossip in the Workplace. It was very helpful, I used points from it in my next facility wide staff meeting of about 70 staff. I’m also encouraging my managers to sign up for future webinars.

Ida Burns

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Response:This webinar was informational. I learned that we are in control of our anger, I will try very hard to work on this factor. Sometimes I get so angry, I start having heart palpitation, I just want to hurt something or someone, and I start foaming at the mouth, especially with my grandchildren I really needed the session. Thanks!!!

Please share with us how you are utilizing the ARISE Program at your organization.

Response: We are still having groups with the youth and several staff jon in on the webinars o occasions. I am also using the webinars for part of training for myself and the supervisors.

Adonis Miles

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Response: No Response

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Response: Staff Training Personal introspection

Tracy Cunningham

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Response: No Response

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Response: No Response

Tara Leighton

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Response: When showing the webinars to a large group of people, it would be sooooooo much better if the sound came through the computer instead of a telephone. We have to put a microphone next to the phone to hear what is being said, and there’s feedback. Most webinars do their sound through the computer, which is much better. That is my only problems with Arise webinars. Having to get a phone to hear the content is so last century.

Please share with us how you are utilizing the ARISE Program at your organization.

Response: My supervisor tells me to put these webinars together for our employees. I dislike doing this, because there are always problems getting an available room, getting enough people to show up, getting a telephone and a microphone, and then the sound is not that good because of the feedback. It’s a tremendous amount of work to get all this organized and ready for a one hour program.

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