Pyramid Model Trainings

A program of the NYS Early Childhood Advisory Council

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Madison-Oneida BOCES is certified to offer instruction in the Pyramid Model to early childhood providers, administrators and support personnel. We have the only certified instructor in Madison County and one of three in Oneida County.

For questions, call Colleen Wuest at 315-361-5902

2017-2018 Pamphlet with Dates

For the 2017-2018 School Year, the following modules will be given:

Preschool (Staff interacting with students 3-6 years of age)

Module 1(Creating Supportive Environments) - Tuesday, October 3, 2017 8:00-3:30 Madison Oneida BOCES-Campus Conference Room

Module 2- (Social-Emotional Teaching Strategies)- Wednesday, November 15, 2017 8:00-3:00 Madison-Oneida BOCES

Module 3-(Individualized Interventions)-Wednesday, January 24th, 2018,8:00-3:30 Madison-Oneida BOCES

Infants and Toddlers (Staff interacting with children 0-3 years of age)

Module 1- (Relationships)-Thursday, October 5, 2017- 8:00-3:30 Madison-Oneida BOCES

Module 2-(Responsive Routines)-Thursday, April 5, 20188:00-3:30 Madison-Oneida BOCES

Module 3-(Individualized Interventions)-Wednesday, May 23, 2018 8:00-3:30 Madison Oneida BOCES

To register, call Luann Hollingsworth @ 315-361-5902

Cost is $70pp ,per module. School District Employees: Cost is billed to the district or a PO can be accepted.

Non District Employees: Make check payable to Madison-Oneida BOCES and send to:

Sandy Foley
PO Box 168
Verona, NY 13478

Click here for statewide training schedule.

Contact the MOBOCES Early Childhood main office at 361-5902 for more information.

What is the Pyramid Model?

The Pyramid Model is a system of strategies to address social-emotional and behavior issues at the early childhood level. This includes infant/toddler and preschool module, and Pyramid also includes a parent module. Learn more.

Who can attend the workshops?

Anyone interested in learning new strategies and best practices for addressing challenging behavior in children can attend. This includes: child care center directors and staff, school principals, teachers and teaching assistants, family child care providers, after school care administrators, licensing officials, home visit professionals, trainers and presenters on other early childhood topics, parents, and anyone else who works with young children.