Engaging All Families (3 Hours COM) 
Family engagement in early childhood programs benefits children, program staff, and families. The development of strong relationships between early childhood programs and families is a critical component of developmentally appropriate practices for young children.  This workshop looks at family engagement as a foundation for early childhood by overcoming barriers and encouraging programs to include all families.  Participants will utilize the Family Engagement Framework to develop strategies unique to the needs of diverse families. 
Anti-Bias/Cultural Competence (Awareness) (3 Hours)
The childcare professional will demonstrate an understanding of the value and importance of complex characteristics of children’s families and communities.  As a result of this workshop, participants will be able to will identify materials and activities that will promote a child’s self-concept and self-esteem.
Family and Community Partnerships (3 Hours)
If you want to find out more about resources available in your community in relation to health, education and referral services, this is the training for you!   You will walk out the door with multiple strategies that will increase family involvement and you will learn more about becoming an advocate for parents and children with ongoing needs related to health, education, and referral services.
Making Access Happen – Developmentally Appropriate Practice (6 hours) (3HRS Curr, 2 HRS CD, 1 HR Comm)Discover ways to create a learning environment which supports developmentally appropriate practices. Participants will explore ways that our settings support DAP, understand how we can use activity centers to enhance children’s learning, and recognize how building relationships with the children in our care and their families helps promote and strengthen learning and development.
An Introduction to ASQ-3 and ASQ Online (3 Hours COM)
This training will provide a basic overview on how to use the screening tools.  The training is appropriate for those who are new users, those who are considering adopting the tool for use in their program or for individuals or groups in need of a refresher.  Participants will learn the purpose of developmental screening, each tool’s features and how to introduce, administer, score and interpret results of the screening tool.
 

An Introduction to Brigance Screens III (3 Hours COM)
This training will provide a basic overview on how to use the specific screening tool. The training is appropriate for those who are new users, those who are considering adopting the tool for use in their program, or for individuals or groups in need of a refresher. Participants will learn the purpose of developmental screening, the tool’s features, and, how to introduce, administer, score, and interpret results of the screening tool.
 

Best Beginnings Developmental Screen (3 Hours COM)
This training will provide a basic overview on how to use the specific screening tool. The training is appropriate for those who are new users, those who are considering adopting the tool for use in their program, or for individuals or groups in need of a refresher. Participants will learn the purpose of developmental screening, the tool’s features, and, how to introduce, administer, score, and interpret results of the screening tool

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