Beyond training - successful implementation
To successfully and sustainably deliver Triple P (as with any evidence-based intervention), it’s important to first establish that it will:
- meet your needs and the needs of the families you work with;
- be a good fit with your skills, and enhance them;
- be well promoted so you can reach families who would like support;
- be planned and implemented properly; and
- be delivered as part of a long-term plan.
To get the most out of your training, we recommend you read our Implementation section (on www.triplep.net), as well as any information on this topic you may receive as part of your training confirmation.
YOUR PROVIDER WEBSITE
As a trained provider, you’ll have access to the online Triple P Provider Network as part of your ongoing support. This website offers clinical resources, helpful advice about delivering Triple P, ways to promote your services and the chance to stay in contact with your colleagues. There’s also ASRA, the Automatic Scoring and Reporting Application, which automatically tallies Triple P standardized assessment measures and provides a family profile and report.
PEER-ASSISTED SUPERVISION AND SUPPORT (PASS)
The PASS Model has been developed as a workforce development strategy to help you access support from other Triple P providers. PASS is a structured feedback procedure that allows providers, both new and more experienced, the chance to learn from one another and improve consultation skills.
PARENT & PROMOTIONAL RESOURCES
To deliver the program, you or your agency will need to order parent resources such as workbooks or Tip Sheets. You may also wish to order promotional materials such as brochures to promote your services. Prices are set as low as possible and are comparable with similar educational resources. Some Triple P providers opt to charge parents a minimal fee to cover the cost of workbooks and the like.
Indigenous Triple P resources are also available for providers who are already accredited in Primary Care Triple P, Group Triple P or Standard Triple P. These resources help you to tailor the program in which you’re accredited to suit Indigenous parents. Indigenous Triple P materials were originally created for Australian Indigenous families and are also being used successfully with Aboriginal Canadians. Please contact Triple P in your region for more information.