We aim to ACE with our
Breaking The Cycle of Trauma (BTCOT) Instructors

Awareness

Increase awareness in your community about mental health, suicide and trauma.

Conversation

Cultivate conversations for more understanding and awareness.

Educate

Provide advanced education for your community.

About Breaking the Cycle of Trauma Master Education Program

The real stuff for non-crisis and crisis situations.

A travel through trauma including the following topics: Domestic Violence, Substance Abuse, Child Abuse, Grief/Loss, Head Trauma and Bullying.

4 Module Advanced Course with CEC Certification

  • Real Talk: Mental Health. Why Words Matter

  • The Brain: Non-Crisis and Crisis Understanding

  • Travel Through Trauma

  • Resilience and Personal Safety/Self-Care Plan Creation

Instructor training is a 2-day interactive training held virtually. You will be taught the curriculum and then you will teach back a portion of the curriculum.

We hold our instructors to a high standard, therefore becoming an instructor is application based.

 

We only offer instructor training 4 times per year with a max of 30 new instructors per class. 

Instructor tuition: $997

Tuition Includes: 

  • Training by our Master Trainers

  • All training materials

  • Our business model to be a successful instructor

  • On-going support and access to all updates

There are no specific requirements to become an instructor, however lived experience with mental health, suicide or trauma is a plus. Also facilitation or previous teaching skills are a bonus. However these can be learned. 

As a BTCOT Instructor, you are considered an independent contractor and will be paid by participants that sign up for your classes. You are required to follow our pricing structure and will be required to pay a small fee per participant back to BCC Evolution for backend support. All of this will be explained in full detail during training. 

Apply below to secure your spot. 

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