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Professional Development Training

Child Care Resource Center has provided professional development for over 25 years. Our goal is to improve the quality of child care by offering high quality professional development opportunities for child care educators. Child Care Resource Center provides access to trainings throughout our region which includes Alleghany, Ashe, Davidson, Davie, Forsyth, Stokes, Surry, Wilkes and Yadkin Counties.

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October 2019

Protective Factors Framework: Children’s Social and Emotional Competence

FREE

This training focuses on the importance of helping children become more capable of handling life's challenges socially and emotionally as they grow. Children's social and emotional competence is seen in their ability to communicate clearly, recognize and regulate their emotions, establish and maintain relationships with others, and engage in problem solving and conflict resolution. Presenter: Brenda Vasquez- Parent Educator at Children's Center Cost: FREE Credits: 2 Hours Call to Register: 336-786-1880 Website: http://www.surrychildren.org/ All trainings will be closed 10 minutes after…

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Stokes County- Temperament of Infants and Toddlers: Understanding and Supporting Individual Differences *Inf/Tod Recognition eligible.

$5.00

We all have our own way of adapting and responding to the world around us. Are you distractible or persistent, sensitive or easy going? These characteristics describe temperament. During this workshop, we will learn about nine temperament traits and three large categories used to describe most infants and toddlers. Strategies on how to care for children based on their temperament type will be shared. We will also discuss the “goodness of fit” between your own temperament and the infants and…

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Davidson – ITS SIDS

October 24, 2019 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Smat Start of Davidson County, 306 East US Highway 64
Lexington, NC 27292 United States
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$5.00

Meets DCDEE safe sleep training for teachers and/or administrators while working with infants. Participants will learn about best practices and receive information how to create a safe sleep policy, how to use waivers, hear updated research about SIDS, and local health and safety resources as well as learn what to do if you come upon an unresponsive infant and how to conduct drills. Presenter: Chunda Teal or Sherry Brannon 2 DCDEE credit hrs.

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SSFC – ITS SIDS

October 29, 2019 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
$5.00

This training will discuss Infant Toddler Safe Sleep and risk reduction in child care for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. Presented by Vanessa Sawyer-Wilson. ·         Please only register yourself for trainings ·         If you need to cancel, please do so the day before the scheduled training ·         To cancel, email Dana Sandknop or call 336-714-4363 ·         If you do not cancel, there will be a $5.00 fee that must be paid before you can register for another training ·         Once a training has started,…

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SSFC – ITS SIDS

$5.00

This training will discuss Infant Toddler Safe Sleep and risk reduction in child care for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. Presented by Vanessa Sawyer-Wilson. ·         Please only register yourself for trainings ·         If you need to cancel, please do so the day before the scheduled training ·         To cancel, email Dana Sandknop or call 336-714-4363 ·         If you do not cancel, there will be a $5.00 fee that must be paid before you can register for another training ·         Once a training has…

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November 2019

CCRC/WFRC – CPR & FIRST AID (SAT.)

November 2, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 2:30 pm
$65.00

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Certification and First Aid Certification are required certifications for every family child care provider and recommended for most child care center staff. After completing this session, participants should be able to conduct both CPR and First Aid techniques on infants, children and adults Seating is limited Presenter; LaVonya Washington Cost; $65.00 To register clall WFRC 336-245-4900 Deadline: Oct. 30th  @ 12pm This workshop will be held at Child Care Resource Center Formerly Work Family Resource Center 500…

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SSFC – Playground Safety

November 5, 2019 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
$5.00

This training will focus on the DCDEE regulations on safety and how-to procedures for planning and maintaining a safe and healthy outdoor environment.  The content will address specific equipment concerns, acceptable types of surfacing, routine inspections tips, etc.   ·         Please only register yourself for trainings ·         If you need to cancel, please do so the day before the scheduled training ·         To cancel, email Dana Sandknop or call 336-714-4363 ·         If you do not cancel, there will be a $5.00 fee…

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CCRC/WFRC – More Than Just Routine: Turn Everyday Infant Toddler Moments into Extraordinary

November 14, 2019 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
$10.00

What does   the word “curriculum” mean to you?  If teaching skills and planning projects are the first ideas that come to mind, then this workshop will open your eyes to a new way of thinking about infant-toddler “curriculum”. Infant and toddler teachers spend a large part of the day engaged in routine caregiving responsibilities. These are key learning times! Participants will gain an understanding of why routines are essential to “curriculum” for infants and toddlers. Participants will learn how responsive…

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Stokes County- PLC: Professional Learning Communities All Ages

Free

Professional Learning Communities (PLC) process is defined by DHHS as “the concept or model of an ongoing process in which educators commit to working collaboratively to achieve better learning opportunities for the children they teach. DPI states, “The term professional learning community has become quite commonplace in education circles. The term describes a collegial group who are united in their commitment to an outcome. In the case of education, the commitment would be to student learning. The community engages in…

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December 2019

Davidson – Literacy – Fostering Language Development ( Applicable for NCPK Literacy Requirements) Parts 1 & 2

December 3, 2019 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Smat Start of Davidson County, 306 East US Highway 64
Lexington, NC 27292 United States
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$15.00

n this workshop, participants will: gain a deeper understanding of children’s language development and its relationship to their thinking; learn more ways to encourage and support children’s vocabulary development; acquire strategies for developing children’s listening and speaking skills throughout the day; and examine ways to promote children’s language and thinking through good literature. Applicable for NCPK literacy requirement. CEU’s: .5 Must attend both sessions to receive credit Dec. 3rd and Dec. 10th Cost: $15.00. Pleaser bring payment the night of the training. Please…

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Stokes County- Make it, Take it: Wishing Well

$5.00

In this training, participants will learn about the importance of building relationships with the children and families they serve daily and get to make a “Wishing Well” to use in their classrooms! This make it, take it activity allows children and teacher the opportunity to build a home school connection as well as a school community. At the end of this training, teachers will have made a visual tool of their very own to use, as well as learned the…

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January 2020

Stokes County- PLC Professional Learning Communities All Ages

Free

Professional Learning Communities (PLC) process is defined by DHHS as “the concept or model of an ongoing process in which educators commit to working collaboratively to achieve better learning opportunities for the children they teach. DPI states, “The term professional learning community has become quite commonplace in education circles. The term describes a collegial group who are united in their commitment to an outcome. In the case of education, the commitment would be to student learning. The community engages in…

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CCRC/WFRC – The Power of Positive Relationships in Preschool Classrooms

January 13, 2020 @ 6:30 pm - January 14, 2020 @ 9:00 pm
$30.00

The Pyramid Model developed by the Center on the Social-Emotional Foundations of Early Learning (CSEFEL) provides a framework for preschool teachers to support the social-emotional development of young children. In this module we'll explore attitudes about challenging behaviors and the range of factors that influence a child's behavior, define the relationship between social emotional development and children's behavior, and learn a framework to enhance social emotional competence and reduce challenging behaviors, and focus on positive relationships as the crucial foundation…

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CCRC/WFRC- The Environment as a Second Teacher in Preschool Classrooms

January 13, 2020 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
$30.00

Is your classroom ready for an extreme makeover?! The environment impacts behavior, and you control the environment - Come learn how to make that environment work for you in taming challenging behaviors. Teachers will have the opportunity to assess their own classroom environment and create a guided action plan for design and implementation of a supportive environment in their teaching practice. (0.5 CEU) Presenter: Elizabeth Tuttle, HSB Statewide Education Specialist Cost: $30.00 CEU: Units - 0.5 Deadline to register: 12/30/19…

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February 2020

Stokes County- Resilience: Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope Film screening and discussion

$5.00

Researchers have recently discovered a dangerous biological syndrome caused by abuse and neglect during childhood. As the new documentary Resilience reveals, toxic stress can trigger hormones that wreak havoc on the brains and bodies of children, putting them at a greater risk for disease, homelessness, prison time, and early death. While the broader impacts of poverty worsen the risk, no segment of society is immune. Resilience, however, also chronicles the dawn of a movement that is determined to fight back.…

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March 2020

Stokes County- Fire Safety

$5.00

This workshop will focus on the state requirements for childcare and after-school program compliance for fire safety including exit drills, evacuation procedures and use of fire extinguishers. Presenter: Stokes County Fire Marshalls Office Cost: $5.00 1.5 DCDEE Contact Hours Deadline to register: 3/9/19 Sessions offered in counties other than Forsyth County may have different registration requirements. Please read training summaries and follow registration guidelines for that specific training. Registration information links are listed below each training session   Stokes Partnership…

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Stokes County- Make it, Take it Sensory Bottles

$5.00

In this training, participants will learn how to enhance the home/classroom setting by creating “Sensory Bottles”. This make it, take it activity allows children to learn skills related to calm breathing, as well as the ability to regulate their emotions. At the end of this training, teachers, parents, guardians will have made bottles of their very own to use as they create an environment that celebrates emotions and the ability to handle them in a calm and focused manner. Presenter:…

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April 2020

CCRC/WFRC- Teaching Strategies for Addressing and Preventing Challenging Behavior in Preschool Classrooms

April 13, 2020 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
$30.00

Ever wonder what's the most important thing we should be teaching in preschool? While teaching shapes, colors, 1:1 counting skills, and alphabet and numeral recognition/formation is at the top of most teacher's lists, research shows that teaching children social emotional should be the focus of every curriculum plan. Instead of telling children what not to do, let's take time to teach children what to do! This session will identify tools and techniques teachers can use every day in their classroom…

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Stokes County- Playground Safety

$10.00

Learn key concepts of playground safety, test for hazards and identify general maintenance Requirements Presenter: Shanda Cox, Child Care Resource and Referral Coordinator Cost: $10.00 4.0 DCDEE Contact Hours Deadline to register: 4/10/20 Sessions offered in counties other than Forsyth County may have different registration requirements. Please read training summaries and follow registration guidelines for that specific training. Registration information links are listed below each training session   Stokes Partnership for Children Training Policies *Fee Schedule: Trainings/workshops are free for…

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Stokes County- NC FELDS NC Foundations for Early Learning and Development Part 1& Part 2

$10.00

This training will provide participants with an introduction to Foundations, NC’s new Early Learning and Development expectations, how they are structured, and how to implement them in an early childhood setting. Participants will construct the knowledge base necessary to use these in supporting children in their learning and development by embedding the expectations in daily classroom planning and practice. Presenter: Shanda Cox, Child Care Resource and Referral Coordinator Cost: $10.00 5.0 DCDEE Contact Hours Once BOTH sessions are completed Deadline…

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May 2020

Stokes County- Resilience: Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope Film screening and discussion

$5.00

Researchers have recently discovered a dangerous biological syndrome caused by abuse and neglect during childhood. As the new documentary Resilience reveals, toxic stress can trigger hormones that wreak havoc on the brains and bodies of children, putting them at a greater risk for disease, homelessness, prison time, and early death. While the broader impacts of poverty worsen the risk, no segment of society is immune. Resilience, however, also chronicles the dawn of a movement that is determined to fight back.…

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Stokes County- PLC Professional Learning Communities All Ages

Free

Professional Learning Communities (PLC) process is defined by DHHS as “the concept or model of an ongoing process in which educators commit to working collaboratively to achieve better learning opportunities for the children they teach. DPI states, “The term professional learning community has become quite commonplace in education circles. The term describes a collegial group who are united in their commitment to an outcome. In the case of education, the commitment would be to student learning. The community engages in…

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