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ASQ-3 & ASQ:SE-2 Virtual Training of Trainers Institutes

Attend a virtual ASQ Training Institute from the comfort of your own home or office and learn everything you need to know to instruct your colleagues in using Ages & Stages Questionnaires ®, Third Edition (ASQ ®-3), and Ages & Stages Questionnaires ®: Social-Emotional, Second Edition (ASQ ®:SE-2).


This 3-day interactive training provided via Zoom shows you how to

  • implement ASQ-3 and ASQ:SE-2 effectively
  • score questionnaires and interpret results
  • discuss results sensitively with families
  • understand the referral process
  • work with families from diverse cultural backgrounds
  • teach others in your organization how to successfully use ASQ-3 & ASQ:SE-2

Who should attend?

Intermediate to advanced ASQ ® users who already oversee ASQ implementation and ASQ training within their organization; participants will leave the Institute prepared to instruct colleagues on ASQ-3 and/or ASQ:SE-2. This training is not intended for beginner ASQ users. All participants will receive valuable information to advance their skill level and knowledge of the tools.

Please Note: A maximum of 6 people from the same agency may register for this event. If your agency has more than 6 participants, please divide them across the available Institutes or contact seminars@brookespublishing.com to schedule a Training of Trainers for your group.

About the training

During the virtual Institute, you’ll receive video instruction from an ASQ expert and participate in interactive break-out sessions with other training participants. You’ll receive practice forms, case studies, and a binder with handouts for conducting trainings within your organization.

Upon your successful completion of the Institute, a certificate of attendance and a USB flash drive of training materials will be sent by mail. Read our Terms of Use to learn more about how you can use the training binder and USB flash drive after completion of the Institute.

Important deadlines and Registration Information

Payment Updates: Due to the high demand for our virtual training sessions, we will not hold registrations without payment. If you are paying by Purchase Order, it must accompany the registration form(s).

Please review the registration form for your desired Institute to see the Early Bird Registration and General Registration prices and deadlines. Registration may be closed prior to the registration deadline due to reaching maximum capacity.
Please note: Cancellations are non-refundable.

Upcoming Sessions

August 16-18, 2022
11:00AM–6:00PM ET Daily
Jantina Clifford, Ph.D., & Jane Farrell, M.S.
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September 20-22, 2022
11:00AM–6:00PM ET Daily
Kristin Funk, M.A., LCSW, & Elizabeth Twombly, M.S.
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October 25–27, 2022
11:00AM–6:00PM ET Daily
LaWanda Potter, M.S., & Jane Farrell, M.S.
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November 15-17, 2022
11:00AM–6:00PM ET Daily
Elizabeth Twombly, M.S., & Sue Yockelson, Ph.D.
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ADDITIONAL INFO

Format
Zoom video conference

Seminar Length
3 days (6 hours each day, including lunch and breaks)

Number of Participants
Up to 30
Maximum of 6 people from the same agency may register for this event*

Cost
Early Bird Registration: $945
General Registration: $995

Your registration fee will include a 3-day virtual training where participants will learn how to lead an ASQ-3 and/or ASQ:SE-2 introduction seminar for their own program. You will receive a training binder with practice forms, case stories, and training materials in the mail. Upon successful completion of the Institute, a certificate of attendance and a USB flash drive of training materials will be mailed to you.

If your agency has more than 6 participants, please divide them across the available Institutes or contact seminars@brookespublishing.com to schedule a Training of Trainers for your group.

Have questions?

See our most frequently asked questions and read the full Institute Agenda for more details about the ASQ Training of Trainers Institutes.

Explore the FAQs    See Institute Agenda

Earn CEUs for this training

Participants of the ASQ Training of Trainers Institute can now obtain CEUs through Loyola University Maryland after successfully completing a ToT Institute. More information will be provided to you about obtaining CEUs during and after the training.

Products Required for Training

Additional Info About Virtual Training

To successfully complete the virtual Training Institute, participants must attend all 3 days at the designated times.

All participants must attend on their own device. All participants are expected to have a working camera and working microphone in order to participate in this training. Camera must be on during the entirety of the training in order to receive a certificate of completion. Brookes on Location reserves the right to dismiss participants who do not comply. No refunds will be given if a participant is removed.

Attendees must register through the appropriate web-based video conferencing system prior to the start of the first day of training.

See Institute Agenda

Meet the Trainers

Jantina Clifford, Ph.D.

Jantina Clifford, Ph.D., is on the faculty at the University of Oregon Early Intervention Program, where she teaches graduate courses in early intervention and early childhood special education. In addition to teaching at the university level, Dr. Clifford provides training internationally on the Ages & Stages Questionnaires ®: A Parent-Completed Child Monitoring System, Third Edition (Squires & Bricker; Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co., 2009), and the Ages & Stages Questionnaires ®: Social-Emotional, Second Edition (Squires, Bricker & Twombly; Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co., 2015). Her professional interests include personnel preparation and the development and evaluation of early childhood assessment measures.

 

Jane Farrell, M.S.

Jane Farrell, M.S., is a licensed clinical social worker who has worked on and coordinated several community-based systems-change grants and research projects, including Project SEAM: Preventing Behavior Disorders and Improving Social-Emotional Competence in Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities. She has conducted extensive training on ASQ-3 and ASQ:SE-2 with early childhood teachers and parents.is an Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education Specialist for EC CARES in Lane County, Oregon. Jane received her master’s degree from the University of Oregon Early Intervention Program. She was the original ASQ Outreach Project Coordinator, providing training and consultation on systematic use of the ASQ in 25 states.

 

Kristin Funk, M.A., LCSW

Kristin Funk, M.A., LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker who has worked on and coordinated several community-based systems-change grants and research projects, including Project SEAM: Preventing Behavior Disorders and Improving Social-Emotional Competence in Infants and Toddlers with Disabilities, a five-year research project to conduct psychometric studies for validation of the Social-Emotional Assessment/Evaluation Measure (SEAM ™).

 

 

Lawanda Potter, M.S.

Lawanda Potter, M.S. is a Program Coordinator at the University of Oregon’s Early Childhood Coordination and Referral, Evaluation and Services Program (EC CARES) in Eugene, Oregon. Ms. Potter is an administrator for EC CARES, an early intervention/early childhood special education program in Oregon. She received her master’s degree in child development and family studies from Purdue University. Ms. Potter has been involved with several research studies on ASQ®, including questionnaire revisions, data analysis, and documentation. She has also provided outreach training on ASQ across the United States.

 

Elizabeth Twombly, M.S.

Elizabeth Twombly, M.S., is Senior Researcher and Instructor in the Early Intervention Program at the University of Oregon. For more than 20 years, Ms. Twombly has been involved in ASQ research projects, including renorming for the ASQ:SE-2 and the ASQ-3. She has conducted trainings on ASQ and ASQ:SE nationally and internationally, and has provided technical assistance to states on the development of early identification and referral systems for young children.

 

Sue Yockelson, Ph.D.

Sue Yockelson, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Special Education at Brandman University. Sue received her degree from the University of Oregon Early Intervention Program and has a background in education for typically and atypically developing children. She provides instruction on developmental screening of young children using ASQ.