Training Programs

The Jennifer Claire Moore Foundation offers onsite or offsite Peer Helper program training and consulting services to school systems and youth organizations across the country.  The Foundation can tailor the type of training provided to the specific needs of the trainees and can create an individualized training agenda.  Some of the topics offered include:

Peer Helping 101 – Introduction to peer helping.  Training for adult peer program coordinators in National Association of Peer Program Professionals (NAPPP) standards and ethics, the eight peer helping skills and confidentiality, presented by a NAPPP certified trainer.

Peer Helping 201 – Introduction to peer helping curriculum and activities for students.  Training for adult peer program coordinators, presented by a NAPPP certified trainer.

Mediation – Introduction to mediation practices and confidentiality for adult peer program coordinators or Peer Helper students, including practice and role play, presented by a NAPPP certified trainer.

Peer Helper Student Training – Age-appropriate materials for student trainees – the eight peer helping skills, confidentiality, and team activities, presented by a NAPPP certified trainer.

Consulting – The support, planning, materials, training and evaluation tools to get a new Peer Helper program up and running.

Conference – The Foundation presented the National Peer Program Conference annually to provide training, education and best practices to peer program coordinators across the country. The 2015 Conference was endorsed by the NAPPP. Please visit the Conference page for complete details.

For more information on Peer Helper program training and consulting, please contact the Jennifer Claire Moore Foundation at 251-971-3633 or email events@jennifermoorefoundation.com.

Over 200 Baldwin County Public School middle school students received Peer Helper training with half attending at Trojan Hall in Daphne and half attending at the Orange Beach Event Center. NBC 15 news coverage can be seen here.