Holding a PREPaRE Workshop
The first step in scheduling a PREPaRE workshop is to find an eligible trainer in your area. Once you have contacted and confirmed a date, they will help you through the process as a sponsor. If you need additional assistance, contact PREPaRE at the NASP Office.
Once you have contacted a trainer, you need to order materials. Materials are only sold through the NASP Office and are priced per participant. Additional fees for training may occur and should be worked out through your trainer. Please note that material orders need to be submitted 4 weeks prior to the requested delivery date of your materials. Submit a completed materials order form with a valid form of payment either via fax to 301-657-0275, or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Expedited processing is available, contact PREPaRE at the NASP Office prior to ordering if you need to make those arrangements.
Second edition materials come shipped to you in two parts: one from the NASP Office and one from our warehouse. The package from the NASP Office will include Scantrons for pre-, post-tests, and evaluation. These are shipped separately from the workbooks which come from the warehouse. Check out our Sponsor Checklist for additional important details.
Once your training has been completed, either you or your trainer will need to return your evaluation, pre-, and post-test Scantrons back to the NASP Office in the envelope provided to you. It is your responsibility to determine who will ship them back and to do so within 2 weeks of the end of your training.
Locate and contact a PREPaRE Trainer in your area to begin planning your workshop.
PREPaRE: An Overview Presentation
This presentation provides a brief overview of the PREPaRE curriculum.
Core Developers and Trainers
Learn about the authors and core trainers of the PREPaRE curriculum
Get answers to frequently asked questions about the PREPaRE curriculum, workshop logistics, associated costs, and more.
Download and share this brochure with leaders in your school community to learn about the PREPaRE curriculum.