Leadership Webinar Series

Has this happened to you? You intended to go to the PTA training, but you a) got home late; b) couldn’t find a sitter; c) were too tired for a long drive at night.

The Solution is Here: NYS PTA Webinars!

NYS PTA is hosting a series of webinar trainings for local and region PTA leaders. You can train at home, with a friend, or at a PTA meeting; all you need is a computer with good internet connection or a phone to participate via conference call. Details on how to participate will be e-mailed prior to each webinar session.

Click HERE for a list of all of the Leadership Webinars.

January 17, 2018: “Be It Resolved”…Time for Resolutions! 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM EST 

Walk step by step through the process of creating and submitting a brand-new NYS PTA resolution, and answer the questions of what is a PTA statement of concern and how could I help to develop one?

Please join webinar from your computer, tablet or smartphone.

You can also dial in using your phone. 
United States: +1 (571) 317-3122 

Access Code: 736-689-837
If you are dialing in and cannot access via the web, you can follow along with the presentation slide deck linked below.

Upcoming Webinars

Nominations and Elections – February 7, 2018 
Learn all about the purpose and tasks of a nominating committee and the way to conduct a proper PTA election, including how to form the nominating committee, how that committee should function, how to run a valid election, what to do with nominations from the floor, and how to handle any problems that arise.

Creating an Inclusive Culture of Volunteer Engagement – April 19, 2018 
Volunteer engagement is critical to PTA’s existence at all levels, and an inclusive PTA culture is critical to engaging those volunteers. Learn key ways and tools to engage new and existing members in our purpose, mission and vision and to create an inclusive school and PTA environment to welcome all volunteers and enhance their engagement in PTA.

Dealing with Difficult People and Conflicts – May 23, 2018 
Build your skill set for resolving conflicts with others and for helping other PTA members learn to work through a conflict, complete with tips for dealing with obstructive administrators and difficult parents and resolving problems before they lead to conflict.

Previous Webinars

October 25, 2017: Fiscal Fitness for Units: A Guide for Treasurers

September 28, 2017: Building Great Relationships with School and District Leadership