Participant workbooks can be printed on white bond, double sided and one staple top left. The TLR Pocket Card for Client Assessment is no longer required with the 2016 enhancements.
Wallet card format: one wallet card is available. The card is used for either object or client moving initial training or re-evaluation. The TLR Trainer(s) completes the information required following training.
The wallet card files are designed for a specific Avery template (#5371 or #8371) which have 10 perforated cards per sheet.
Do not resize the [.PDF] file when you print as it is set-up specifically for the Avery template numbers provided (choose ‘Actual Size’ or ‘Fit to Page’).
To print the wallet cards you will need to order (please check with your purchasing department if applicable to ensure you follow company procedures) the card stock for these specific templates from your local stationary store.
Make sure you order the card stock that is appropriate for your printer or photocopier, as there are different types available specifically for your equipment.
Use white stock (not ivory), and use a printer or copier that will produce good-quality documents.
You may want to run a test-copy before you produce large quantities.
Note: The participant name, date of session and trainer information will need to be completed in pen after the wallet cards are printed.
This TLR Quick Reference Card file is in PDF format to ensure all formatting stays in place. It has been designed to print double-sided (flip on the long-edge) so that you can then cut it into 4 individual pocket cards. To achieve the best quality possible, print on 8.5″x11″ white bond paper stock. Confirm you have printed the cards correctly before you distribute them. Correctly printed cards – once cut into four will have the Assessment on one side and the Flow Chart on the other.
COVID-19 – Safety protocols are in place for all training classes and visitors on-site. Your temperature will be taken as you enter the building and medical grade face masks must be worn. Physical distancing will be observed.