The North Dakota Brain Injury Network (NDBIN) offers the following training opportunities:
Brain Injury Basics Training
Interactive training provides a general knowledge of brain injury and what it means for the individuals they serve and care for.
Brain Injury Lunch and Learn
Lunch and Learn is a weekly group where survivors of brain injury can talk about what a brain injury is, what it means if someone has one, and some strategies to help manage symptoms. Individuals will be given a free meal and resources.
Certified Brain Injury Specialist (CBIS) Training
Becoming CBIS certified is an intense training endeavor. Contact NDBIN to schedule a training for your group.
Direct Service Provider Brain Injury Training
This free training is required by the North Dakota Department of Health & Human Services for all direct service providers working with individuals with brain injury.
Living Life Fully Training
This seven-class series provides survivors with tools and techniques to help them understand, cope with, and proactively manage life after brain injury.
Online Brain Injury Courses
Watch the video to learn more about these courses.
These five separate courses can help professionals, survivors, and family members learn more about brain injury and traumatic brain injury (TBI).
NDBIN can also provide customized educational trainings of your choosing! We can come to you and provide information on a variety of topics related to brain injury. Contact us today to learn more about scheduling a customized training for your group!
For more information, contact
Carly Endres, Senior Project Coordinator, North Dakota Brain Injury Network at carly.endres@UND.edu or (701) 777-8004