Over almost two decades, Triple P's team of dissemination experts have seen first-hand the elements, environments and approaches that can "make or break" a Triple P rollout or Triple P practitioner.
So, this hard-earned knowledge has been coupled with best-practice evidence-based implementation models to create a solid support structure for use before, during and after Triple P training.
For the practitioner this means support is available to help them gain accreditation in Triple P, with pre-accreditation workshops a standout. After training and accreditation, there is also on-going telephone support, clinical support days and access to the Triple P Provider Network – a password-accessed website providing clinical tools, promotional materials, Triple P news updates, and a monthly video blog from Triple P's Professor Matt Sanders, who provides handy hints and answers questions about successful Triple P delivery.
Triple P also has a professional development and peer support model, the Peer Assisted Supervision and Support (PASS), which brings together Triple P practitioners to help them assess their strengths and refine their Triple P delivery. PASS recognises that delivering Triple P well is a skill that improves with practice.
Triple P is committed to ensuring any Triple P rollout is successful and sustainable. Triple P Implementation Consultants are based in many countries around the world, including the U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the U.K., the Netherlands, Chile, Germany, and Belgium. These consultants are on the ground locally, to help guide organisations through all stages of a Triple P rollout.
Triple P International also has an implementation and sustainability framework that helps and supports agencies and communities as they deliver the program.
The TPI Framework has five phases:
- Commitment and Contracting
- Implementation Planning
- Training and Accreditation
- Implementation and Maintenance.
To read more about Triple P's Framework go to Implementation support.