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Our Trainings

We provide training solutions to help schools become safer, more effective learning environments and a great place to work and grow.

Training That Makes A Difference

Since 1983, McGrath Training Solutions has been educating school personnel in legally fit and educationally sound approaches to manage their compliance risks and make schools safer and more effective.

 

Our programs go beyond the minimum legal duty, inspiring participants to bring forth their personal best and contribute to creating safe, responsive environments essential for the work of education.

Upcoming Trainings

We offer trainings across the US and Canada. Join one of our upcoming courses or contact us to schedule a training near you.

We offer two systems to shield your organization and the individuals it serves from harm and liability.

Meet Title IX Regulations

2020 Title IX regulations require 8-hours of training for your designated leaders (coordinators, investigators, etc) and awareness training for your school employees.

Our comprehensive McGrath Response System™ addresses all Title IX requirements. 



We provide frameworks, forms, and checklists – all with layman terminology that’s easy to use. Even better, the same McGrath Response System™ that addresses Title IX also handles bullying and discrimination so your staff does not have to juggle different approaches or tools.

Train-the-Trainer
Certification Programs

At McGrath, we understand that building an internal team of certified trainers can be a cost-effective and strategically advantageous option for many school districts. We offer local certified instructor programs for both our McGrath Response System™ and SUCCEED with TRUE-SPEAK™ programs.

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"The SUCCEED with TRUE-SPEAK training has been one of the most practical and useful courses we have offered our administrators. The skills taught are immediately applicable in many aspects of a principal's daily life. We especially love the focus on developing stronger teachers and building positive relationships while still addressing struggling employees."

David Marotz, Principal

Fremont School District #215

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