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Team HIBster trainings and programs are conveniently conducted at your location during the day, evening or weekend.

Team HIBster Rates

Current HIBster Client

Day — $295/hour
Night — $295/hour
Full Day — $1,375 (5 hours)
Triple Play — $1,700

Not an HIBster Client*

Day — $395/hour
Night — $425/hour
Full Day — $1,800 (5 hours)
Triple Play — $2,200

*Accepts HIBster Software Demo Prior to Training/Program

Not an HIBster Client**

Day — $450/hour
Night — $485/hour
Full Day — N/A
Triple Play — N/A

**No HIBster Software Demo/Training/Program Only

Same-day Triple Play Schedule a Staff Training (2 hours), Student Assembly (2 hours) and Parent Program (2 hours) on same day/evening

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Student Programs

Digital Citizenship & Online Safety Introduction (3-12)Internet and Technology Safety: A Roadmap to Protecting Students (3-12)Internet Safety & Social Media Awareness (5-8)Pre-Prom / Graduation Presentation (11-12)Tormented – A Story of Survival: Bullying Prevention (9-12)Coming Out 101 (9-12)Sex vs. Gender vs. Sexuality (9-12)

School Staff, Contracted Service Providers and Volunteers

Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act for School Staff, Contracted Service Providers and VolunteersAnti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act for Anti-bullying Coordinators and AdministratorsAnti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act for Anti-bullying Specialists and School Safety TeamsAnti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act for Board of Education TrusteesConducting Lawful and Effective HIB InvestigationsHow to Utilize I&RS in Support of Anti-bullying Student RemediationInternet and Technology Safety – A Road Map to Protecting ChildrenLawful Management of HIB RecordsPractical Guide to School Safety Team ManagementPractical Guide to Improving School Culture & ClimateTeen Dating, Violence & Healthy RelationshipsComing Out 101LGBTQ ProgrammingStarting a GSATransgender 101Sex vs. Gender vs. SexualityFunctional Behavior AssessmentsBehavior Intervention PlansApplied Behavior Analysis: A Universal Set of Guiding PrinciplesEffective School-Wide Behavior Management ProgramsUnderstanding AUTISMAn Overview of Behavioral DisabilitiesBehavior Management in the ClassroomPositive Behavioral SupportsComparing the Use of Positive Reinforcement and Punishment in Effective Behavior ChangeSelf-Injurious BehaviorsTurn Around that Student with Challenging Behaviors: Strategies for Success (General Education)Why Does this Behavior Continue to Happen? Understanding the Functions of BehaviorPotentially Missing/Abused Children ReportingLaw Enforcement OperationsMandatory Gang Awareness Training for School AdministratorsSchool Safety & Crisis Preparation and Management

Parents and Community Members

Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act for Parents: Understanding Bullying, and What the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Means for You, Your Child, and Your Child’s SchoolA-B-C’s of Bullying Behaviors: Why do they happen? How do I change them?Cyber Bad: The Causes and Effects of Cyberbullying Among Adolescents and TeensDigital Citizenship & Online Safety IntroductionInternet and Technology Safety: A Parent’s Roadmap to Protecting Their ChildrenHelping Parents Understand Bullying and Working with their ChildrenTeen Dating Violence & Healthy RelationshipsComing Out 101Transgender 101Sex vs. Gender vs. SexualityUnderstanding AUTISMWhy Does this Behavior Continue to Happen? Understanding the Functions of BehaviorPositive Parenting I – Behavioral SupportsPositive Parenting II – Comparing the Use of Positive Reinforcement and Punishment in Effective Behavior Change

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The information contained within this live training and program service is intended to serve as a training resource for school administrators, staff, board of education members, students, parents and community members in relation to educational issues. The information does not represent legal opinion and is not intended to describe all applicable requirements contained in any federal or state law, nor to represent the endorsement or approval of any federal or state agency. Please contact your administration or school board attorney to obtain legal advice.

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