Course Books

Resilience Factor Book

Day ten enhancement workbook

Day nine sustainment workbook

Binder one student guide

Binder one trainer guide

Binder two student book

Student hand out

Checks on learning

implementation handout

Name that skill ( trainer copy)

Name that skill( attendee copy)

Strength cards

Laminated skills sheets

Student course CDs received (if applicable)

Release information packet in binder one

TOC Setup


Computer and Internet


Storage of materials

File setup

TOC documents for distro

Module one check on learning

Module two check on learning

Module three check on learning

Module four check on learning

Course evaluation sheets from A. Inbody or L. Van Leer

Facilitator evaluation worksheet for each team

PI responsibility packet

Trainer responsibility packet

Facilitator responsibility packet


Butcher block pads

Markers and hi lighters

Post it notes

Index cards

Tent Cards

Name tags

Pens and pencils

Duct tape

Tennis Balls

Masking tape

Classroom Set Up

Projector tested

Sound tested

Course material on computer or laptop

Videos embedded and tested

VIP Table Set Up

Music loaded and tested

Check lighting

Check microphones and speakers

Check all exits

Breakout room setup

Butcher block and easels

Supplies in rooms

Computers and projectors tested and operational


Meet with facility personnel

Meet and review needs with PI

Meet and review needs with trainers and facilitators

Meet with host or LNO

Check all heating and air conditioning

Schedule team dinner

Verify all room scheduling conflicts or moves

Schedule class potluck or meal (if applicable)

Team contact numbers obtained

Signature of Reveiwer
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