Dare Mighty Things has designed and developed over 650 hours of curriculum and leverages expert facilitators to successfully implement training in the field. Our training curriculum is modular and easily customized to the unique needs and learning objectives of each organization. Training packages can be delivered through a wide range of pathways, including classroom-based learning, e-learning, and webinars – blended or provided as a discrete learning experience. Common formats include:

  • 5-day blended learning course (3 days classroom, 2 days e-learning)
  • 3-day onsite classroom-based course
  • 6, one-hour webinar series
  • 6, one-hour e-learning series

To learn more or to schedule a demo, contact Jacqueline Bessette at 603.431.4331 or by email at jjb@daremightythings.com

IN-PERSON TRAINING

In-person training, whether standalone or part of a blended learning program, provides valuable face-to-face interaction with peer learners and instructors or subject matter experts. Classroom training curriculum features evidence-based methods for most effectively engaging and providing information to an audience, from federal grantee organizations to program staff, mentors, or other personnel, including experiential activities, skills practice, and engaging visuals.

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E-LEARNING

E-learning saves time and travel costs without sacrificing the quality of the learning experience. It has become an integral part of many of our clients’ blended learning programs that combine online and in-person training. Dare Mighty Things combines our clients’ and our consultants’ deep subject matter knowledge with our in-house design and technology expertise to create dynamic, self-guided e-learning lessons. E-learning can be posted on a website, provided on CDs or DVDs, or integrated into a learning management system to meet more robust tracking and evaluation needs.

WEBINARS

Webinars are an engaging way to provide learners with the timely, flexible support and assistance they need. Webinars save time and travel costs. Viewers can access a webinar from anywhere and, despite the distance, can interact with a facilitator and with other participants through discussions, engaging case scenarios, and question and answer sessions. DMT’s webinars are designed to be flexible, dynamic, and tailored to client needs.

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CURRICULUM LIBRARY

A sample of available curriculum topics is provided below. Contact us for a complete listing.
Our curriculum is currently available in the identified formats: C=Classroom, W=Webinar, E=E-learning

Coalition and Capacity Building

  • Building a Sustainable Network (E)
  • Communities of Practice (E)
  • Engaging & Maintaining Strong Partnerships (W)
  • Fundraising Planning (W)
  • Maintaining a Statewide Coalition (W)
  • Outcome Measures and Sustainability Planning (E)

Community Outreach and Volunteer Management

  • Asset-Based Marketing (W)
  • Community Assessment (E)
  • Community Partnerships (E)
  • Effective Newsletters (E)
  • Effective Outreach Strategies (W)
  • Engaging African-American Communities (W)
  • Engaging Community Resources (W)
  • Recruiting Volunteers (E/C)
  • Volunteer Management & Retention (E)
  • Web-based Case Management Systems (W)
  • Working with the Faith Community (W)
  • Effective Outcome Measurement Plans (W)

Family Systems and Resilience

  • Conducting a Family Needs Assessment (E)
  • Dealing with Grief (C)
  • Emotion & Stress Management (C)
  • Engaging Hard-to-Reach and Vulnerable Families (E)
  • Family Systems (C)
  • Life Coping Skills (C)
  • Recognizing Depression (E)
  • Reintegration of Military Members after Deployment (E)
  • Self-Care & Compassion Fatigue (C)
  • Skills for Coping with Loss (C)
  • Strengthening Family Resilience (C)
  • Understanding Resilience (E)

Positive Youth Development

  • Basic Counseling Theories (C)
  • Behavior Identification (E)
  • Bullying (C)
  • Career Exploration (E)
  • Connecting with Teens (E)
  • Creating Peer-to-Peer Connections (C)
  • Gen-M (C)
  • Introduction to Positive Youth Development (E)
  • Male and Female Adolescents (E)
  • Natural Supports (E)
  • Practical & Effective Activities to Engage Youth (C)
  • Psychology of Gangs (C)
  • Responsible Citizenship (C)
  • Special Needs of Children with Incarcerated Parents (W)
  • Understanding Developmental Stages (E)
  • Working with High School Dropouts (C)

Mentoring At-Risk Youth

  • Building a Mentoring Relationship (E)
  • Building Trust in the Mentoring Relationship (C)
  • Communicating with Your Mentee (E)
  • Ensuring Child Safety (W)
  • Mandated Reporting Situations (E)
  • Marketing the Message of Mentoring (W)
  • Mentor Recruitment & Screening (C)
  • Mentoring Challenges (C)
  • Mentoring Dilemmas (E)
  • Mentoring Standards (E)
  • Phases of a Mentoring Relationship (E)
  • Roles & Responsibilities of Mentors & Mentees (C)
  • Staffing Your Mentoring Program (W)
  • Web-based Mentor Recruitment & Engagement (W)
  • What is a Mentor—What is a Mentoring Relationship (C)

Leadership and Teambuilding

  • Ethical Decision-Making (C)
  • Facilitation Skills (W)
  • Healthy Conflict Resolution (C)
  • Identifying & Managing Risk (C)
  • Interpersonal Effectiveness & Communications Skills (C)
  • Leadership Styles (E)
  • Leadership/Followership (C)
  • Leading Change (C)
  • Managing Crisis (W)
  • Managing Difficult Relation-ships & Conflict Resolution (C)
  • Managing Transitions (W)
  • Managing Unsolvable Problems (W)
  • Motivating Staff (E)
  • One-on-One Coaching (C)
  • Organizational Culture (E)
  • Performance Counseling (C)
  • Situational Leadership (C)
  • Staff Integration (E)
  • Staff Wellness (C)
  • Teambuilding (C)
  • Time Management (E)
  • Virtual Meetings (E)