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TAGteach Primary Certification and Training Seminar: Arlington VA (CPDT CEU's: 13.5 and CBCC CEUs: 1)

  • 09 Jun 2012
  • 9:00 AM
  • 10 Jun 2012
  • 4:30 PM
  • Fur-Get Me Not Training Facility - 4120 S Four Mile Dr, Arlington VA 22206
  • 6

Registration

  • t@tagteach.com for registration code
  • After Jun 1, 2012
  • Up until Jun 1, 2012
  • KPA grads
  • Seminar Host
  • Student price
  • Singe day registration
  • Admission for Certified TAGteachers

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TAGteach Certification Seminar - Arlington VA
(CPDT CEUs: 13.5 and CBCC CEUs: 1)


Join us in scenic Arlington Virginia for a TAGteach certification Seminar with TAGteach co-founder Theresa McKeon.

Now being applied around the globe, TAGteach is attracting forward thinking professionals from business and medical training, education, competitive and recreational sports, physical rehabilitation, anywhere people are learning and communicating. 

In this primary certification seminar, you will learn the foundation skills you need to bring TAGteach back to your field and begin using it. 

The seminar is limited to 25 people so register early!

What is TAGteach? TAGteach combines the science of learning with the precision of elite sport coaching to create a positive program that supports both the student and the teacher. The technology can be applied with any age, population or skill level. 

  • Quickly increase client success rate. 
  • Instantly reduce client anxiety.
  • Turn nag points into “tag points”.
  • Increase the ‘fun’ quotient for you and the learner 
This seminar uses interactive video, lecture, games and lots of hands on practice to ensure that you will gain the foundation skills needed to bring TAGteach back to your individual field and begin using it. 

Where is TAGteach? TAGteach success stories are found throughout the world including: Australia, Canada, Denmark, England, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, Spain and the United States. 

Who Should Attend? Attendees from all backgrounds are welcome. 

Certification: You will be eligible, but not required to earn Primary level TAGteach certification at this seminar. Click here for more information about certification levels. 

Registration Information

Standard registration fee is $425
Early bird registration fee is $375 (May 1 deadline)

Please make non-refundable travel plans after May 1, 2012

Contact Information


Contact: Tammy Rosen  Email: Tammy@furgetmenot.com

Phone:  704-995-9237

TAGteach Contact Information:

Theresa McKeon  t@tagteach.com  704-995-9237


Travel Information


Airport:

Washington National Airport (DCA) - ***this is the closest to us. Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, commonly known as National Airport, is located in Arlington County, Virginia and is the closest airport to downtown Washington, DC. National Airport is the most convenient of the area airports for visitors staying in the heart of the city and residents who live in the downtown area. 

Dulles International Airport (IAD) Dulles International Airport is located 26 miles from Washington, DC in Chantilly, Virginia. The airport is about a 40 minute drive from downtown Washington, DC in non-rush hour traffic. The Dulles Airport Access Road makes the airport easy to get to once you get off of I-495.

Hotel information:

Hilton Garden Inn Arlington Shirlington  ***this is just around the corner from us.
4271 Campbell Avenue, Arlington, VA 
(703) 820-0440 ‎
roughly $170/night

Sheraton National Hotel
900 South Orme Street, Arlington, VA 
(703) 521-1900 ‎ • sheratonnational.com 
roughly $200+/night

Hilton Arlington 
950 North Stafford Street, Arlington, VA 22203 
(800) 785-9319 ‎
above Ballston Metro station
roughly $160/night

Holiday Inn Arlington at Ballston 
4610 Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA 
(703) 243-9800 ‎ • holidayinn.com 
Category: Hotel 
roughly $130/night


Primary Certification Seminar Agenda


  • TAGteach Introduction: Who, What, Where, Why
  • TAGteach Bottom Line: The success of the learning environment lies with the teacher/leader.
  • TAGteach supplies tools to help the teacher/leader fulfill that responsibility.

Day One


  • Develop the ability to identify and begin from a learners “point of success”
  • Create and practice using the “focus funnel” to reduce language and increase understanding and compliance of directives
  • Design “value-added” directives that reduce learning time
  • Design directives that create confidence and fluency
  • Experience and practice using an audible marker
  • Create tag points that circumvent “poisoned cues” and engage your learner/staff
  • Change nag points into tag points
  • Incorporate the TAGteach triangle
  • Identify
  • Highlight
  • Reinforce
  • Create conditioned reinforces from almost anything
  • Create “self-regulated” reinforcement strategies
  • Practicals and interactive videos are used to compliment the Power Point presentation.
  • Tag Talk (and less of it)
  • How does this all work for and with you?

Day Two


  • Put into Practice
  • Much of Day 2 is dedicated to working on TAG plans and practicing the TAGteach approach as it pertains to the individual applications of attendees.
  • Practice and Wrap Up
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