Child Passenger Safety Technician Training

Many of the injuries and deaths to children in vehicle collisions are preventable. This is where you can help. Become a Children’s Restraint System Technician as part of your job, community organization, or just as a volunteer. The course is FREE of charge, and will give you the skills you need to become a valuable resource to caregivers. The three day Technician Training will give you the skills to:

    • Give caregivers education to properly use and install their car seats.
    • Provide information to parents.
    • Provide information within your community.
Please contact for more information.

Mother’s Mental Health Toolkit Training

This ongoing training on the Mother’s Mental Health Toolkit is a knowledge-sharing and capacity-building tool for staff working with women and/or families in community-based organizations. One-and-a-half and two-day workshops are available. If you are interested in planning a workshop for your community, please contact

Motivational Interviewing Training

Motivational Interviewing (MI) is an evidence-based approach of talking with people about behaviour CHANGE. The FASD Prevention Program promotes the use of MI as the most effective, nonjudgemental way to talk with girls and women about their alcohol use before they are pregnant and during pregnancy. These conversations can help to prevent Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. MI is also a very useful approach for making other health changes (e.g., diabetes management, quitting smoking, exercising). Using MI has the following benefits:

  • Helps people consider their own reasons for change
  • Decreases a person’s natural resistance to change
  • Improves outcomes for people, since they decide what to change and how to make the change
  • Decreases staff burnout – clients ‘own’ their issues and decisions instead of staff feeling like they ‘own’ them and have to fix or solve issues

This 2-day training is a hands-on, skill development workshop that will provide participants with a solid foundation of MI principles, and an opportunity to practice MI communication skills and strategies.

To arrange a training in your community, contact:
Bev Drew, FASD Prevention Team Lead
Phone: 306-651-4307

Nobody’s Perfect Facilitator Training

Please contact for more information, or fill out the Nobody’s Perfect Facilitator Training Application.


Send application to:
Tanis Shanks
c/o Saskatchewan Prevention Institute
Saskatoon, SK  S7N 2Z1
Fax. (306) 651-4301
Bus. (306) 651-4320

Reaching In – Reaching Out Training

Reaching IN…Reaching OUT (RIRO) is an evidence-based skills training program designed to help adults help young children develop a resilient view about life’s inevitable bumps in the road.

The training uses a cognitive-behavioral and social problem-solving approach based on an adaptation of the world-renowned Penn Resilience Project (PRP) to prevent depression and promote resilience.

Please contact for more information on RIRO Training or click on the flyer below for further details.