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Quality Early Care and Education…where our future begins

Professional Development Training Calendar January 2013 – June 2013


TABLE OF CONTENTS Registration & Payment Policies ……………………………………………………………………………..………….…..2 Training Key ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………,…….....3 On-Site Trainings …………………………………………………………………………………………………………….....4 What’s New at the Council …………………………………………………………………………………………….…….5-6 Training Tracks ……………………………………………………………………….………………………………...…..7-15 Director & Administrator Track ………………………………………………………………...……………..……..……...7 Infant/Toddler Track …………………………………………………………………………………………..…………......8 Preschool Track ………………………………………………………………………………………………..…………….9 School Age Track ……………………………………………………………………………………………………..…….10 School Age Training Kits ………………………………………………………………………………………..………….11 Family & Group-Family Child Care Track …………………………………… ……………………………………….....12 Working with Special Needs Track ………………………………………………………………………………………..13 Outdoor Play Track ……………………………………………………………………… …………………………….....14 Quality Improvement Trainings …………………………………………………………………......………………..……15 The 15 & 10 Hour Training Package Deals ……………………………………………………………………………16-17 Individual Trainings ……………………………………………………………………………………….………….......18-20 SUNY Videoconferences …………………………………………..………………………………………………..……….20 Trainings in Northern Westchester ………………………………………………………………………………...………21 Information Sessions & CACFP ……………………………………………………………………………………….........22 Heartsaver CPR with AED & Heartsaver First Aid Course ……………………………………………………….…….23 Medication Administration Training Course (MAT) …………………………………………………………….……23-24 15-Hour SUNY Health & Safety Training ………………………………………………………………...………………...25 Additional Services from the Child Care Council ..…………………….………………..………………..…….……26-28 Upcoming Early Childhood Conferences and Events ………………………………………………………………….28 Training Registration Form……………………………………...……………………………………………………………29 Clavede Informacion sobre el Entrenamiento…………………………………………………………………………….31 Inscripcion y Politicas de Pago ……………………………………………………………………………..………………32 Entrenamiento en Espanol ……………………………………………………………………….…………………......33-34 Formulario de Inscripción……………………………………...………………………………………………………..……35 2013 Membership Form ………………………………………...…………………………………………………………….36 OCFS Individual Training Tracking Form…………………………………………………………………………………………37-38


Quality Early Care and Education‌Where Our Future Begins! January 2013 Dear Early Care and Education Colleague, Welcome to the Winter/Spring 2013 Training Calendar. You will find exciting new trainings along with old favorites. These trainings will assist you in improving the quality of your program, and you will be provided with exciting ideas and resources. You will also be able to take trainings that meet OCFS and CDA requirements. CEUs are available in many of our trainings. For forty years, the Child Care Council of W estchester, Inc. has been THE professional development resource for the W estchester early care community. Our training team is highly experienced and skilled. They are eager to make your training experience meaningful and helpful in your work. More than 90% of participants give our trainings high approval ratings. The Council’s Professional Development Department offers a variety of training programs for early care and education professionals. These include: scheduled calendar trainings on-site trainings technical assistance at your site trainings to meet OCFS and CDA requirements quality improvement projects QUALITYstarsNY and accreditation assistance SUNY 15-hour Health and Safety, MAT, and CPR/First Aid Courses The Child Care Council of Westchester, Inc. supports the healthy development of children, families and communities. We promote quality early care and education. We serve as a resource for all child care related issues including referrals, training, scholarships, information, technical assistance, statistics, licensing, registration and advocacy. Please look through the Winter/Spring 2013 Training Calendar and find out about what is happening for you at the Child Care Council. Please contact us with any questions. Best Regards, Idie Benjamin, Director, Professional Development Dana C. Doyle, Professional Development Coordinator

For information about Council workshops, trainings, and on-site trainings, contact Dana C. Doyle at danad@ cccwny.org or 914-761-3456 ext. 113.

313 Central Park Avenue, Scarsdale, NY 10583 (914)-761-3456 Fax: (914) 761-1957 www.childcarewestchester.org 1


REGISTRATION & PAYMENT POLICIES REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT When you register for a Council training or workshop, you agree to our registration and payment policies.

FEES Fees are listed with each training description. EIP TUITION SUPPORT: The Educational Incentive Program (EIP) supports career development for child care providers. Scholarships are awarded based on financial need and can be used for Council trainings and conferences. Please call 1-800-295-9616 or visit www.ecetp.pdp.albancy.edu for an application and information.

Please completely fill out a registration form for each person. Keep a copy for your records. Your enrollment is confirmed unless the Council contacts you. We encourage registration and payment in advance for all scheduled trainings and classes. This guarantees a space and planning for attendance. Walk-in registrants MUST pay an additional fee of $5.00. Walk-ins will be accommodated ONLY if there is space. Training certificates will be mailed after the training and when late fee payments have been received and processed.

CREDITS, REFUNDS, AND CANCELLATIONS There are NO refunds or rescheduling for missed trainings. If a training is cancelled, the participant may choose to have a refund or a credit towards another training.

Register early. A training can be cancelled if there are not a minimum number of participants.

If you cannot attend a training for which you are registered, to receive a refund, you must notify the Finance Department at extension 163 at least 48 hours before the scheduled class. You will be required to email or fax a signed written request to make a change or to receive a refund for any workshop registration 48 hours before the scheduled class.

REGISTER ONLINE Go to www.childcarewestchester.org. Find “Quick links” and click “Online workshop and event registration.” An email confirmation will be sent. Online payment is by credit card only. REGISTER BY MAIL OR FAX Fax registration forms with payment information to 914885-1110 or mail them to the Child Care Council of Westchester, 313 Central Park Avenue, Scarsdale, NY 10583. An email address must be included to receive a confirmation notice. This is a secure fax line.

BECOME A MEMBER OF THE CHILD CARE COUNCIL Council members receive a discount on fees for workshops, on-site trainings, and conferences.

Online registration closes at 4 p.m. the day before the training.

CHILDREN: Children are not allowed at trainings or to stay in the lobby during the training. Please make other child care arrangements for your child(ren).

Same day registration will be accommodated if there is space. You must register by phone, fax, or in person before 4 p.m.

CANCELLATION DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER: Call (914) 761-3456, ext. 510.

Payment may be by check, Visa/Mastercard, money order, or EIP award certificate. Online payment must be by credit card. There is a $35 returned check fee.

SEATING: Seating for workshops begins 15 minutes before the workshop. No one will be admitted 15 minutes after the start of the training.

Proof of having applied for EIP is NOT considered payment. Only an EIP award certificate is accepted as payment. If you have applied for EIP but not received the award certificate, you will be responsible for payment before the start of the workshop.

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TRAINING KEY NYS Office of Children & Family Services (OCFS) Requirements

A total of 30 hours of training must be completed every two years. 15 hours of training hours must be received during the first six months of the program's first year of licensure or during a person's first six months of employment by the program. The description for each training lists which OCFS and CDA topics are covered in the training.

CERTIFICATES

For all Council trainings, a certificate is given which lists the topics areas by number. Training certificates will be given only if you arrive on time and remain for the entire training. If the Council has received and processed registration and payment prior to a workshop, the training certificate will be given at the conclusion of the training. If you have an outstanding balance, you will not receive a certificate.

OCFS Training Categories: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Child Development Nutrition & Health Program Development Safety & Security including communication between parents and providers Business record maintenance & management Child abuse identification & prevention Regulations pertaining to child care Regulations pertaining to child abuse Shaken baby syndrome (no longer required for School Age providers)

CDA Functional Areas related to the six CDA Competency Goals: 1. Safety 2. Health 3. Learning Environment 4. Physical 5. Cognitive 6. Communication 7. Creative 8. Self 9. Social 10. Guidance 11. Families 12. Program Management 13. Professionalism

CEUs (Continuing Education Units) are given for trainings that are a part of tracks and for our new online trainings.

Modality/Age: FG = Family-Group Providers

C = Center SA = School Age IT = Infant-Toddler PS = Preschool D = Directors/supervisors P = Parents LE = Legally Exempt ALL = All Ages

Sites: Training take place at the following sites:

Scarsdale – Child Care Council of Westchester, 313 Central Park Avenue, Scarsdale, NY 10583 Mt. Kisco – Mount Kisco Child Care Center, 95 Radio Circle, Mt. Kisco, NY 10549 Valhalla – Cornell Cooperative Extension, 26 Legion Drive, Valhalla, NY, 10595 3


ON-SITE TRAININGS

NO NEED TO TRAVEL! CONVENIENT & AFFORDABLE TRAINING OPPORTUNITES AT YOUR PROGRAM SITE! CHOOSE FROM OUR MENU OF TOPICS OR CREATE YOUR OWN! Regulations and Procedures

Child Abuse Identification & Prevention including Shaken Baby Syndrome Know Your Regulations! Preparing for an On-site Inspection and Renewal of License Health and Safety Procedures

Program Design & Curriculum

It’s A Team Effort: Partnering With Parents Building Brains: Everyday Experiences Matter Play: The Heart of the Curriculum Literacy: More than Worksheets and the ABCs Supporting Language Development The Creative Arts: It’s the Process, Not the Product A Sense of Wonder: Science The Wonders of Nature How Blocks Stack Up: The Importance of Block Play in the Early Years Making Math Count: Developmentally Appropriate Math for the Preschool Child SUPERvision Routines and Transitions Growing Up a Healthy Weight: Preventing Obesity Among Children Eco-Healthy Child Care Emergent Curriculum Planning

Social/Emotional Development

Fostering Empathy – Peacemaking Positive Discipline and Guidance-Emotionally Responsive Behavior Management Understanding Young Children’s Behavior Including Red Flags Special Needs: An Overview Autism: An Overview

Quality Improvement

Using Environment Rating Scales to Improve Your Program Looking Back and Planning Ahead: Evaluating Your Program Preparing for QUALITY Stars

The Work Environment Teambuilding Stress Management

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WHAT’S NEW? ONLINE TRAINING now available

24 hours a day – 365 days a year designed to assist early care providers in all modalities complete annual training requirements and improve their skills and knowledge. Get OCFS training hours! Earn CEUs for CDA renewal! Convenient and Affordable! Create your own training package! Technical assistance is available to get you started and for any problems.

Trainings in  advancing children’s physical and intellectual development  math, literacy, art, music, movement  working with children with special needs, diversity  social & emotional development, nurturing children  conflict management, self-esteem, guidance & discipline, stress management  building relationships with family  stages of cognitive and physical development  safe and healthy environments  AND MORE! For a complete list of trainings, fees, and registration instructions, go to childcarewestchester.org and click on Child Care Aware Training Academy. For information, contact Latonia Hill at latoniah@ cccwny.org or 914-761-3456 ext. 219

Party! Party! Party!

Family/Group Family Child Care Providers HOST A TRAINING PARTY! Just get together at least FIVE of your friends/co-workers, pick a topic, and a location. IT IS THAT EASY!

Cost: CCCW Members $20/Non-Members $30 per person – YOUR TRAINING IS FREE! For more information, contact Dana C. Doyle at (914) 761-3456, ext. 113 or danad@cccwny.org. 5


WHAT’S NEW? CHILDREN’S RESOURCE CORNER AT THE CHILD CARE COUNCIL OF WESTCHESTER For members of the Child Care Council of Westchester A free lending library of new materials that encourage learning Freshen up your program at no cost to you!

Choose from:

An extensive supply of educational materials/toys for all ages and stages (Birth-12) Puzzles Puppets Dramatic play materials Building and manipulative materials Balls and gross/fine motor equipment (water table, scooter, etc.)

Borrowing is easy:

You can borrow up to three items at any one time. Only one item can be a large piece of equipment. Access to the Children’s Resource Corner is by appointment only. To schedule an appointment or to learn more about this membership benefit, please contact Dana C. Doyle at (914) 761-3456,ext.113 or danad@ cccwny.org. To become a member of the Child Care Council for 2012, go to http://www.childcarewestchester.org/member_join.htm

GROW PROFESSIONALLY and ADVANCE YOUR CAREER with a

CDA – CHILD DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE The Child Care Council offers both in-person and online CDA courses. For more information, see page 27. Information Session - W ednesday, February 27, 6:30pm – 8:30pm See page 15. 6


THE DIRECTOR & ADMINISTRATOR TRACK A series of trainings designed specifically to support directors and administrators of programs that serve infants, toddlers, preschool and/or school age children ___________ Attend ALL THREE Trainings – receive 6 hours of training & 0.6 CEUs Attend ONE Training – receive 2.0 hours of training & 0.2 CEUs Cost for CCCW Members: $20 PER session OR $50 for ALL THREE Cost for Non - Members: $25 PER session OR $60 for ALL THREE

Tuesday, January 29, 1:00pm – 3:00pm

Get Ready to Train! The NY State Early Learning Trainer Credential

Quality trainings lead to best practice. The NY State Early Learning Trainer Credential is given to trainers who have demonstrated their knowledge and skill as trainers. We will discuss the credential, who needs to get it and how to receive it. We will also discuss its impact on your program’s trainings and EIP funds for trainings. Modality - Age: ALL Training Categories (OCFS 5) (CDA 13) New Trainer: Idie Benjamin, Director, Professional Development, CCCW Code: 30000

Tuesday, February 19, 1:00pm – 3:00pm

Connect & Collaborate: Practical Tools for Networking & Marketing Your Child Care Business

In this workshop, participants will learn ways to make connections with other child care program providers and members of the community, how to get the word out about your business, and how to set your business apart from other child programs. Practical tools will be offered to help promote a network of support as well as to find opportunities to maintain and grow your child care business. Modality - Age: ALL Training Categories: (OCFS 5) (CDA 12, 13) New Trainer: Katherine Quinn, MBA, Founder of Support Connection Code: 30048

Wednesday, March 6, 1:00pm – 3:00pm

Microsoft Excel 101: The Basics to Getting Started

A good program is not only about understanding curriculum and children. Excel is a very useful tool for keeping track of finances, records, supplies and more. Come learn the basics of Excel and see the impact it will have on managing your program. Modality - Age: ALL Training Categories: (OCFS 5) (CDA 12,13 ) New Trainer: Steven Brunnlehrman, Certified NYS Math teacher, SAT Coach Code: 30001

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THE INFANT / TODDLER TRACK A series of trainings designed specifically for Infant and Toddler child care professionals working with children birth - 3 years of age _______________ Attend ALL THREE Trainings – receive 6 hours of training & 0.6 CEUs Attend ONE Training – receive 2.0 hours of training & 0.2 CEUs Cost for CCCW Members: $20 PER session OR $50 for ALL THREE Cost for Non - Members: $25 PER session OR $60 for ALL THREE

Wednesday, February 13, 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Follow Their Lead: Infants & Toddlers Have their Own Curriculum

Planning Curriculum for Infants and Toddlers: An infant-toddler curriculum should be unique for each child. Learn how to follow a child's lead to plan activities based on a child's interests. Examples of planning forms will be shared. Modality - Age: F, G, C – IT Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 3) (CDA 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10) Trainer: Laura Cleare, Infant-Toddler Specialist, CCCW Code: 30002

Wednesday, April 17, 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Acknowledge, Ask, Adapt: Communicating with Families to Resolve Issues

It’s important to be good partners with parents. Sometimes conflicts come up about the children in our care. How do we find common ground? How do we work toward positive solutions? How do we collaborate so it’s not about winning or losing? We will discuss tools to use when working with families to resolve important issues. Modality - Age: F, G, C – IT Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 4) (CDA 11) New Trainer: Miriam Kerness, Infant-Toddler Regional Coordinator, CCCW Code: 30003

Saturday, June 8, 10:00am – 12:00pm

Little Hands, Little Artists: It’s All About the Process

Infants and toddlers love using their senses to play and explore their world. What kind of art experiences meet infants and toddler’s developmental needs? What is “process art” and why is it so important? Come learn how to provide creative and appropriate art experiences for infants and toddlers. PLEASE NOTE: Bring a smock/large shirt and/or dress accordingly. This is a hands-on experience. Modality - Age: F, G, C - IT Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 3) (CDA 5, 6, 7, 8) Trainer: Sara Frontera, Assistant Director, Virginia Marx Children’s Center Code: 30004

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THE PRESCHOOL TRACK A series of trainings designed specifically for Preschool educators and child care professionals working with children 2.9 – 5 years of age ______________ Attend ALL THREE trainings – receive 6 hours of training & 0.6 CEUs Attend ONE training – receive 2 hours of training & 0.2 CEUs Cost for CCCW Members: $20 PER session OR $50 for ALL THREE Cost for Non - Members: $25 PER session OR $60 for ALL THREE

Saturday, February 9, 10:00am – 12:00pm

Think Picasso! Process vs. Product Art for Young Children

What should art be for young children? What is “process art” and why is it so important? How is it different from product-driven art? Through discussion and hands-on activities, you will learn the difference and be able to provide creative and child centered art experiences for the preschool children in your program. Modality - Age: F, G, C – PS Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 3) (CDA 5, 6, 7, 8) Trainer: Dana C. Doyle, Professional Development Coordinator, CCCW Code: 30005

Thursday, March 21, 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Kindness Matters: Fostering Empathy in the Early Years

How do you handle teasing, name calling, and a lack of understanding of others? Young children can be bullies. In this workshop, participants will learn to recognize the early signs of “social cruelty” and how to foster empathy skills in the preschool years that will last a lifetime. Modality - Age: F, G, C - PS Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 2, 3, 4) (CDA 1, 2, 8, 9, 10, 11) New Trainer: Dana C. Doyle, Professional Development Coordinator, CCCW Code: 30049

Thursday, May 2, 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Rock, Rattle & Roll! Learning Through Music and Movement

In this workshop, participants will explore songs, finger plays, instruments, and large-movement activities that support children’s development and create enjoyable and creative experiences. Explore the ways that songs and movement activities support school readiness—including social growth, gross motor, math, literacy, and language skills. Modality - Age: F, G, C – PS Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 3) (CDA 3, 5, 6, 9, 7, 9) New Trainer: Eileen Oddo, Director, Musical Munchkins of Westchester County Code: 30006

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THE SCHOOL AGE TRACK A series of trainings designed specifically for School Age educators and child care professionals working with children 5+ ___________ Attend ALL THREE Trainings – receive 6 hours of training & 0.6 CEUs Attend ONE Training – receive 2.0 hours of training & 0.2 CEUs Cost for CCCW Members: $20 PER session OR $50 for ALL THREE Cost for Non - Members: $25 PER session OR $60 for ALL THREE

Wednesday, March 13, 10:00am – 12:00pm

Supervision of School Age Children: It’s More than Staff to Child Ratios

This training explores supervision skills. It gives strategies to ensure the health and safety of the children enrolled in your program. Modality - Age: SA Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 3, 4, 7) Trainer: Mary Ann Brendler, Quality Improvement Specialist, CCCW Code: 30008

Tuesday, March 19, 10:00am – 12:00pm

Sexual Development of School Age Children: Facilitating, Responding & Teaching

This workshop will explore child sexual development from puberty through late adolescence, with a focus on the changes that young people experience. Appropriate provider responses at each stage of development will be discussed. At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to identify the specific stages of sexual development, what you may see at each stage, and how you can support children at each stage of sexual development. Modality - Age: SA Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 2, 3, 4) New Trainer: Carol Lemus, Director of Education & Training, Planned Parenthood Code: 30007

Saturday, April 20, 10:00am – 12:00pm

Take it Outside! Designing and Enhancing Children’s Outdoor Play Experiences

Add to your school age program with new games and activities. Participants will learn cooperative activities that will keep the children moving, developing skills and learning social values. Modality - Age: SA Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 2, 3) New Trainer: Neil Stepman, Director, Aspire, Inc. Code: 30009

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THE SCHOOL AGE TRAINING KITS The CCCW/ISACC Training Kit trainings are designed to give child care professionals who work with school age children an additional resource to train program staff. $69 Training and Training Kit Rental; $35 Training Only Wednesday, January 30, 10:00am – 12:00pm

Making School Age Program Planning Intentional and Meaningful

The CCCW/ISACC Training Kit Series gives school age directors an additional resource to train their staff. This kit provides ideas for program planning and developing activities for the children. Modality – Age: SA Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 3) Trainer: Mary Ann Brendler, Quality Improvement Specialist, CCCW Code: 30010

Wednesday, April 24, 10:00am – 12:00pm

Project Based Activities for School Age Programs

This training will provide ideas and strategies to help school age directors and staff develop, integrate, and use project-based activities in their after school programs. Modality - Age: SA Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 3) Trainer: Mary Ann Brendler, Quality Improvement Specialist, CCCW Code: 30011

________ ADDITIONAL CCCW ISACC TRAINING KITS The Child Care Council of Westchester, Inc. has developed a unique resource for school age directors to utilize to train staff. Created in response to the challenges school age directors face in scheduling off site training for their staff, the CCCW/ISACC Training Kits provide quality on-site training to further enhance staff’s professional knowledge, improve program quality and meet the requirements of OCFS regulations. Designed specifically for school age staff, there are Training Kits in the following topic areas:

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Creating an Inviting School Age Program Environment Integrating Project Based Activities in Your School Age Program Homework Assistance in Your After School Program Making School Age Program Planning Intentional and Meaningful Effective Supervision and Behavior Management of School Age Children Starting Your School Year Off Right: What School Age Staff Need to Know Fostering a Sense of Wonder: How to Design and Implement Science in Your School Age Program Contact Mary Ann Brendler at 914-761-3456 x 172 or via email at maryannb@cccwny.org for more information.

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FAMILY & GROUP-FAMILY TRACK A series of trainings designed specifically for Family & Group-Family child care professionals ___________ Attend ALL THREE Trainings – receive 6 hours of training & 0.6 CEUs Attend ONE Training – receive 2.0 hours of training & 0.2 CEUs Cost for CCCW Members: $20 PER session OR $50 for ALL THREE Cost for Non - Members: $25 PER session OR $60 for ALL THREE

Wednesday, February 20, 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Something for Everyone: Planning the Day from Infants to School Agers

Caring for children in mixed-age groups offers many benefits to children. But it can sometimes be a challenge to plan your day. What should you do if a toddler wants to do what the “big kids” are doing? How do you provide activities for school-agers when infants are nearby? In this training we will look at the main needs of all the children in your group; we will discuss how to meet their needs for a positive and fun learning environment. Modality - Age: F, G – All Ages Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 3) CDA 3, 12) New Trainer: Miriam Kerness, Infant-Toddler Regional Coordinator, CCCW Code: 30014

Wednesday, March 6, 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Make & Take: Using Recyclable Materials in Your Program

Join us for a hands-on workshop creating useful toys and materials for your program. Turn items headed for the trash into safe and fun activities for children. Modality - Age: All Ages Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 3) (CDA 3, 7) New Trainer: Laura Cleare, Infant-Toddler Specialist, CCCW Code: 30015

Saturday, June 15, 9:30am – 12:00pm

Record Keeping for Family & Group/Family Child Care Providers

How much does it cost to run your business? What paperwork should you have? What are ways to organize this information? In this training, you will learn about record keeping for family child care businesses. We will explore ways to organize all of your papers and information. Modality - Age: F, G – All Ages Training Categories: (OCFS 3, 5, 7) (CDA 12) New Trainer: Idie Benjamin, Director, Professional Development, CCCW Code: 30016

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WORKING WITH SPECIAL NEEDS TRACK A set of trainings designed specifically for child care providers and educators working with children of varying abilities ___________ Attend BOTH Trainings – receive 4 hours of training & 0.4 CEU Attend ONE Training – receive 2.0 hours of training & 0.2 CEUs Cost for CCCW Members: $20 PER session OR $35 for BOTH Cost for Non - Members: $25 PER session OR $45 for BOTH

___________ Thursday, March 7, 2013, 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Sensory Processing Disorder: What is it and How can I Help?

This workshop will discuss the types of Sensory Processing Disorders and how to identify a child with this issue. Examples will be given of what children of all ages do when they are struggling with this challenge. We will look at how children react in the classroom and on the playground. You will learn different ways to help children with sensory challenges throughout their day. Modality - Age: ALL Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 2, 3, 4) (CDA 2, 3, 5, 6, 8,10) New Trainer: Jennifer Kahn Ruoff, LMSW, MS ED Code: 30012

Thursday, April 11, 6:30pm – 8:30pm

An Introduction to Floortime: An Interactive and Relationship Based Approach to Working with Children on the Autism Spectrum

“Floortime” is an effective and relationship-based way to work with children on the autism spectrum. Participants will learn how to bring the “Floortime” into their programs. We will discuss how to nurture the pleasure of playfulness and the value of learning through experience. Participants will learn how to effectively interact with children in a way, which will truly capture their attention and concentration, support initiation, and move them toward higher levels of learning. Modality - Age: ALL Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 2, 3, 4) (CDA 2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10) New Trainer: Dr. Gilbert M. Foley, EdD, Associate Professor of Clinical Child Psychology, faculty member of the Interdisciplinary Council on Developmental and Learning Disorders Code: 30013

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OUTDOOR PLAY TRACK

A set of trainings designed to enhance safe, appropriate and meaningful outdoor play experiences ___________ Attend BOTH Trainings – receive 4 hours of training & 0.4 CEUs Attend ONE Training – receive 2.0 hours of training & 0.2 CEUs Cost for CCCW Members: $20 PER session OR 35 for BOTH Cost for Non - Members: $25 PER session OR $45 for BOTH

Saturday, March 9, 10:00am – 12:00pm

Play it Safe! Playground Safety for Child Care Providers

Spring is coming with even MORE time spent outdoors. We know that playgrounds are fun but can also be unsafe when not properly supervised and/or maintained. In this training, participants will learn effective ways to supervise children on the playground and how to identify any un-safe equipment and situations. We will also learn about the most common types of accidents for each age group. Modality - Age: ALL Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 3, 4, 7) CDA 1 3, 4, 10) New Trainer: Peggy Payne, Owner, Playground Medic Code: 30063

Saturday, April 13, 9:30am – 11:30am

Introducing Young Children to the Wonders of Nature

In this hands-on workshop we will look at fun, interactive ways to bring “nature” into your curriculum. Learn about the importance of connecting young children with the outdoors and explore simple nature activities for children 2-6 years old. Modality - Age: PS, SA – (2 – 6 yrs. old) Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 3) (CDA 3, 4, 5, 7, 9) Trainer: Laura Cleare, Infant-Toddler Specialist, CCCW Code: 30064

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QUALITY IMPROVEMENT TRAININGS This training track is designed for child care centers, family/group-family, and school age programs to prepare for QUALITYstarsNY and accreditation. Wednesday, February 27, 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Grow Professionally! Go for your CDA (Child Development Associate)

Improve your skills and knowledge working with young children. Meet job requirements. Find out about the CDA, a national credential issued to home and center based providers. Come find out about the Council's CDA programs and what they can do for your career. Modality - Age: ALL – IT, PS - Training certificates are not given for information sessions. Training Categories: (OCFS 5) (CDA 13) Trainer: Idie Benjamin, Director, Professional Development, CCCW Cost: $10 members, $15 non-members Code: 30017

Wednesday, April 24, 6:30pm – 9:00pm

Improving Quality With the Early Childhood Environment Rating Scale (ECERS)

What makes a “good” preschool classroom? The ECERS is a tool that a director or teacher in a center can use to assess quality in a program for children aged 3-5. From Books to Blocks, this tool can be used to enhance your classroom. In the training participants will understand how it works, and practice scoring. Programs in QUALITYstarsNY can gain points for attending this training. Modality - Age: C - PS Training Categories: (OCFS 3, 5) (CDA 12, 13) Trainer: Miriam Kerness, Infant-Toddler Regional Coordinator, CCCW Cost: $30 members, $40 non-members Code: 30018 Tuesday, May 14, 1:00pm – 3:00pm

NAEYC Accreditation: Why Does My Program Need It? How Do I Begin?

For more than 80 years, the National Association for the Education of Young Children has worked to raise the quality of programs for all children from birth through age 8. We will discuss the benefits of NAEYC accreditation and how it can improve the quality of a center-based program. We will focus on how to begin the accreditation process.. Modality - Age: Center Based Only Training Categories: (OCFS 3,5,7) (CD 12,13) Trainer: Idie Benjamin, Director, Professional Development Cost: $30 members, $40 non-members Code: 30065

Wednesday, May 22, 6:30pm – 9:00pm

Improving Quality With the Infant-Toddler Environment Rating Scale (ITERS)

What makes a “good” infant-toddler classroom? The ITERS is a tool that a director or teacher in a center can use to assess quality in a program for children aged 0-30 months. From Books to Blocks, this tool can be used to enhance your classroom. In the training participants will understand how it works, and practice scoring. Programs in QUALITYstarsNY can gain points for attending this training Modality - Age: C - IT Training Categories: (OCFS 3, 5) (CDA 12, 13) Trainer: Latonia Hill, Professional Development Specialist, CCCW Cost: $30 members, $40 non-members Code: 30019

Wednesday, June 12, 10:00am – 12:00pm

School Age Program Accreditation Information Session

Learn about the New York State School Age Accreditation and the Council on Accreditation models and why school age accreditation might be right for your program. Modality - Age: SA Training Categories: (OCFS 5) (CDA 12) Trainer: Mary Ann Brendler, Quality Improvement Specialist, CCCW Cost: $30 members, $40 non-members Code: 30020 New!

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15 HOUR TRAINING PACKAGE DEAL CCCW MEMBERS: ALL SIX trainings for ONLY $150! NON-MEMBERS: ALL SIX trainings for ONLY $180 CODE: 30021 (for entire package deal)

Wednesday, February 6, 6:30pm – 9:00pm

Know Your Regs! Understanding the NY State OCFS Regulations Get to know the NY State OCFS child care regulations and have fun doing it! Specific regulations pertaining to health and safety will also be discussed. Modality - Age: ALL Training Categories: (OCFS 2, 4, 5, 7) (CDA 1, 2, 12) Trainer: Idie Benjamin, Director, Professional Development, CCCW

Saturday, March 2, 9:30am – 12:00pm

Child Abuse Identification & Prevention, Including Shaken Baby Syndrome

Understand your responsibility as a mandated reporter; learn how, when, and why to report suspected Child Abuse or neglect to the State Central Register. Shaken Baby Syndrome, a form of child abuse, will also be discussed. Modality - Age: ALL Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 6, 8, 9) (CDA 1, 2, 12) Trainer: Latonia Hill, Professional Development Specialist, CCCW

Tuesday, April 23, 6:30pm – 9:00pm

Professional Responsibility: The NAEYC Code of Ethics

In this workshop, participants will learn the history of the NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children) Code of Ethical Conduct and the importance of a code of ethics for child care and early childhood education professionals when working with children and families. Modality-Age: ALL Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 4, 5, 7) (CDA 1, 2, 12) Trainer: Dana C. Doyle, Professional Development Coordinator, CCCW

Wednesday, May 8, 6:30pm – 9:00pm

Differences: Embracing Diversity in Your Program

Culture shapes our beliefs and values. It may shape the food we love, how we say “hello”, and our beliefs about caring for children. Our values may be unlike those of the families in our program. How do we welcome children of different cultures? How do we show we show that we welcome diversity? In this training, we will discover ways to be aware of and appreciate our differences. Modality - Age: F, G – ALL Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 3, 4) (CDA 8, 9, 10) New Trainer: Miriam Kerness, Infant-Toddler Regional Coordinator, CCCW

Wednesday, June 5, 6:30pm – 9:00pm

Stop Germs! Prevent Infection!

Germs are everywhere in child care programs. Both children and adults can get sick. How do we prevent the spread of germs? In this training, we will cover hand-washing, cleaning, sanitizing, diapering and more. Through hands-on practice, we will be better able to fight back against the spread of infection in a child care program. Modality – Age: ALL Training Categories: (OCFS 2, 4, 5, 7) (CDA 1, 2, 12) Trainer: Miriam Kerness, Infant-Toddler Regional Coordinator, CCCW

Thursday, June 20, 6:30pm – 9:00pm

Take Care of Yourself! Managing Workplace Stress

Caring for children is hard work. Managing stress and taking care of yourself while you care for others can be difficult to balance. Learn some strategies for building and maintaining your physical and emotional health. Modality-Age: ALL Training Categories: (OCFS 2, 3) (CDA 12) Trainer: Laura Cleare, Infant & Toddler Specialist, CCCW

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10 HOUR TRAINING PACKAGE DEAL CCCW MEMBERS: ALL FOUR trainings for ONLY $100! NON-MEMBERS: ALL FOUR trainings for ONLY $130! CODE: 30022 Wednesday, February 6, 6:30pm – 9:00pm

Know Your Regs! Understanding the NY State OCFS Regulations

Get to know the NY State OCFS child care regulations and have fun doing it! Specific regulations pertaining to health and safety will also be discussed. Modality - Age: ALL Training Categories: (OCFS 2, 4, 5, 7) (CDA 1, 2, 12) Trainer: Idie Benjamin, Director, Professional Development, CCCW

Saturday, March 2, 9:30am – 12:00pm

Child Abuse Identification & Prevention, Including Shaken Baby Syndrome

Understand your responsibility as a mandated reporter; learn how, when, and why to report suspected child a abuse or neglect to the State Central Register. Shaken Baby Syndrome, a form of child abuse, will also be discussed. Modality - Age: ALL Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 6, 8, 9) (CDA 1, 2, 12) Trainer: Latonia Hill, Professional Development Specialist, CCCW

Tuesday, April 23, 6:30pm – 9:00pm

Professional Responsibility: The NAEYC Code of Ethics

In this workshop, participants will learn the history of the NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children) Code of Ethical Conduct and the importance of a code of ethics for child care and early childhood education professionals when working with children and families. Modality - Age: ALL Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 4, 5, 7) (CDA 11, 12, 13) Trainer: Dana C. Doyle, Professional Development Coordinator, CCCW

Thursday, June 20, 6:30pm – 9:00pm

Take Care of Yourself! Managing Workplace Stress

Caring for children is hard work. Managing stress and taking care of yourself while you care for others can be difficult to balance. Learn some strategies for building and maintaining your physical and emotional health. Modality - Age: ALL Training Categories: (OCFS 2, 3) (CDA 12) Trainer: Laura Cleare, Infant-Toddler Specialist, CCCW

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INDIVIDUAL TRAININGS Child Abuse Identification & Prevention, Including Shaken Baby Syndrome

Understand your responsibility as a mandated reporter; learn how, when, and why to report suspected child abuse or neglect to the State Central Register. Shaken Baby Syndrome, a form of child abuse, will also be discussed. THREE DATES: Wednesday, January 16, 6:30pm – 9:00pm-Code: 30029 Saturday, March 2, 9:30 am – 12:00 pm – Code: 30030 Wednesday, May 15, 6:30pm – 9:00pm – Code: 30031 Modality – Age: ALL Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 6, 8, 9) (CDA 1, 2, 12) Trainers: Laura Cleare, Infant-Toddler Specialist or Latonia Hill, Professional Development Specialist Cost: $30 members, $40 non-members

Know Your Regs! Understanding the NY State OCFS Regulations

Get to know the NY State OCFS child care regulations and have fun doing it! Specific regulations pertaining to health and safety and most common violations will be discussed. THREE DATES: Wednesday, February 6, 6:30pm – 9:00pm – Code: 30032 Wednesday, April 10, 6:30pm – 9:00pm – Code: 30033 Wednesday, June 12, 6:30pm – 9:00pm – Code: 30034 Modality - Age: ALL Training Categories: (OCFS 2, 4, 5, 7) (CDA 1, 2, 12) Trainers: Idie Benjamin, Director, Professional Development & Laura Cleare, Infant-Toddler Specialist Cost: $30 members, $40 non-members

Born Learning: Teachable Moments for Children Ages Birth - 5

Born Learning is a public awareness campaign that helps caregivers and parents explore ways to turn everyday moments into learning experiences for children ages birth – 5. Explore Born Learning material and learn ways to use them with children and families. Co-sponsored by the United Way of Westchester and Putnam, and the Child Care Council of Westchester. THREE DATES: Monday, February, 11, 6:30pm – 8:30pm – Code: 30035 Saturday, April 27, 9:30am – 11:30am – Code: 30036 Monday, June 3, 6:30pm – 8:30pm – Code: 30037 Modality - Age: C, F, G - IT, PS Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 3, 4) (CDA 3, 5, 6, 11) Trainer: Idie Benjamin, Director, Professional Development, CCCW Cost: $20 members, $25 non-members Wednesday, January 23, 6:30pm – 9:00pm

Respect & Relate: Positive Discipline for Infants and Toddlers

How should infants and toddlers behave? Do you find their behaviors sometimes challenging? When children bite or say “no,” how should we respond? We will discuss how to guide children to learn appropriate behavior in positive and respectful ways. Sponsored by the statewide Infant-Toddler Resource Network. Modality - Age: ALL - IT Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 3) (CDA 8, 9, 10) Trainer: Miriam Kerness, Infant-Toddler Regional Coordinator, CCCW New Cost: SPECIAL PRICE $10 Code: 22070

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INDIVIDUAL TRAININGS (cont) Tuesday, March 5, 6:30pm – 9:00pm

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Assessment – How Understanding Children Impacts Your Program

Who are the children in your program? What are their strengths and their challenges? How do you know without an assessment process? We will look at a variety of assessment tools and how to choose one. We will see how using one can support children’s learning, development, and curriculum planning. Modality – Age: ALL – IT, PS Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 3, 4, 5) (CDA 1, 12) New Trainer: Idie Benjamin, Director, Professional Development, CCCW Cost: $30 members, $40 non-members Code: 30051

Monday, April 22, 6:30pm – 9:00pm

Telling Your Story: Documentation is Communication

What is the story of your program? Documentation tells your story. It shows what the children are doing and learning and connects you with families. We will explore a variety of documentation techniques. Please bring photographs taken in your program. Modality – Age: ALL – IT, PS Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 3, 5) (CDA 1, 12) New Trainer: Idie Benjamin, Director, Professional Development, CCCW Cost: $30 members, $40 non-members Code: 30053

Tuesday, April 23, 6:30pm – 9:00pm

Professional Responsibility: The NAEYC Code of Ethics

In this workshop, participants will learn the history of the NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children) Code of Ethical Conduct and the importance of a code of ethics for child care and early childhood education professionals when working with children and families. Modality - Age: ALL Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 4, 5, 7) (CDA 1, 2, 12) Trainer: Dana C. Doyle, Professional Development Coordinator, CCCW Cost: $30 members, $40 non-members Code: 30039

Wednesday, May 8, 6:30pm – 9:00pm

Differences: Embracing Diversity in Your

Program

Culture shapes our beliefs and values. It may shape the food we love, how we say “hello”, and our beliefs about caring for children. Our values may be unlike those of the families in our program. How do we welcome children of different cultures? How do we show we show that we welcome diversity? In this training, we will discover ways to be aware of and appreciate our differences. Modality - Age: F, G - ALL Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 3, 4) (CDA 8, 9, 10) Trainer: Miriam Kerness, Infant-Toddler Regional Coordinator, CCCW Cost: $30 members, $40 non-members Code: 30040

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INDIVIDUAL TRAININGS (cont) Saturday, May 11 & May 18, 9:00am – 12:00pm  A Blueprint for a Healthy Start: Obesity Prevention in Early Childhood Programs

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, over 80% of children under the age of five spend some time in a child care setting. Quality child care can help prevent the onset of childhood obesity. In this special TWO PART workshop participants learn how to look at their whole program, and learn how to support the healthy growth and development of children, ages birth – 5. Modality - Age: ALL - IT, PS Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 2, 3, 4,) (CDA 2, 4, 11) New Trainer: Dana C. Doyle, Professional Development Coordinator, CCCW Cost: $40 members, $50 non-members Code: 30052

Wednesday, June 5, 6:30pm – 9:00pm Stop Germs! Prevent Infection!

Germs are everywhere in child care programs. Both children and adults can get sick. How do we prevent the spread of germs? In this training, we will cover hand-washing, cleaning, sanitizing, diapering and more. Through hands-on practice, we will be better able to fight back against the spread of infection in a child care program. Modality – Age: ALL Training Categories: (OCFS 2, 4, 5, 7) (CDA 1, 2, 12) Trainer: Miriam Kerness, Infant-Toddler Regional Coordinator, CCCW Code: 30041

Thursday, June 20, 6:30pm – 9:00pm Take Care of Yourself! Managing Workplace Stress

Caring for children is hard work. Managing stress and taking care of yourself while you care for others can be difficult to balance. Learn some strategies for building and maintaining your physical and emotional health. Modality - Age: ALL Training Categories: (OCFS 2, 3) (CDA 12) Trainer: Laura Cleare, Infant-Toddler Specialist, CCCW Cost: $30 members, $40 non-members Code: 30042 New!

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ADDITIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SUNY VIDEOCONFERENCES in VALHALLA – no cost The New York State Office for Children and Family Services funds videoconference trainings, which are produced by the SUNY Early Childhood Education and Training Program. To find out the topics for 2013 and to register, please call 1-888-399-0549 or visit www.ecetp.pdp.albany.edu/. Videoconferences are offered at the Cornell Cooperative Extension in Valhalla (26 Legion Drive), Site 668. 20


TRAININGS – NORTHERN WESTCHESTER ***Conveniently located at the*** Mount Kisco Child Care Center 95 Radio Circle, Mount Kisco, NY 10549

Tuesday, February 5, 6:30pm – 9:00pm

Child Abuse Identification & Prevention, Including Shaken Baby Syndrome

Understand your responsibility as a mandated reporter; learn how, when, and why to report suspected child abuse or neglect to the State Central Register. Shaken Baby Syndrome, a form of child abuse, will also be discussed. Modality - Age: ALL Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 6, 8, 9) (CDA 1, 2, 12) Trainer: Dana C. Doyle, Professional Development Coordinator, CCCW Cost: $30 members, $40 non-members Code: 30043

Wednesday, March 13, 6:30pm – 9:00pm

Working with Children with Special Needs

All children develop differently. But sometimes there’s a concern that should be brought to a parent’s attention. How do we know when a child is developing typically? What’s the best way to speak with parents about their child’s development? In this training we’ll discuss your responsibilities as a child care professional. Steps to refer parents to Early Intervention, C.P.S.E, and other area resources will be reviewed. Sponsored by the statewide Infant-Toddler Resource Network. Modality - Age: F, G, C – IT, PS Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 2, 3, 4) (CDA 2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 10) Trainer: Miriam Kerness, Infant-Toddler Regional Coordinator, CCCW Cost: SPECIAL PRICE $10 Code: 22071

Tuesday, April 16, 6:30pm – 9:00pm

Know Your Regs! Understanding the NY State OCFS Regulations

Get to know the NY State OCFS child care regulations and have fun doing it! Specific regulations pertaining to health and safety will also be discussed. Modality - Age: ALL Training Categories: (OCFS 2, 4, 5, 7) (CDA 1, 2, 12) Trainer: Idie Benjamin, Director, Professional Development Cost: $30 members, $40 non-members Code: 30045

Thursday, May 9, 6:30pm – 9:00pm

Melting Pot or Salad Bowl? All About Diversity Awareness and Respect

There are all kinds of diversity in a child care learning environment including racial/ethnic, gender, age, ability, etc. Discover how to be sensitive to all types of diversity and how to instill acceptance of diversity in children. Modality - Age: ALL Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 3, 4) (CDA 8, 9, 10) Trainer: Marcia Landsman, Early Childhood Consultant Cost: $30 members, $40 non-members Code: 30046

Tuesday, June 4, 6:30pm – 9:00pm

Growing Up a Healthy Weight: Preventing Obesity Among Children

Childhood obesity is a local, state, and national epidemic. How can we create a healthier environment for children, when one in five children is considered overweight? Learn about what you can do to prevent health risks from developing and discuss strategies to support healthy choices for children’s growing bodies. Modality - Age: ALL Training Categories: (OCFS 1, 2, 3) (CDA 2, 4, 12) Trainer: Marcia Rappaport, Nutrition Consultant Cost: $30 members, $40 non-members Code: 30047

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INFORMATION SESSIONS Family Child Care Start-Up Information Session

These free sessions provide the basics on family child care and regulations. Attending an information session is required before an application is submitted. Please call (914) 761-3456 ext. 115 to register. SIX DATES: Wednesday, January 16, 10:00am – 12:00 pm Wednesday, April 17, 10:00am – 12:00 pm Wednesday, February 20, 10:00am – 12:00 pm Wednesday, May 15, 10:00am – 12:00 pm Wednesday, March 20, 10:00am – 12:00 pm Wednesday, June 19, 10:00am – 12:00 pm Modality – Age: F - ALL Cost: FREE Training certificates are not given for information sessions.

School Age Child Care Start-Up Information Session

These free sessions provide the basics on school age child care and regulations. These free sessions provide the basics on family child care and regulations. Attending an information session is required before an application is submitted. Please call (914) 761-3456 ext.137 to register. THREE DATES: Wednesday, January 9, 10:00am-12:00pm Friday, February 15, 10:00am-12:00pm Friday, April 26, 10:00am-12:00pm Friday, June 21, 10:00am-12:00pm Modality - Age: Open to all modalities interested in opening a SA program Cost: FREE Training certificates are not given for information sessions Thursday January 24, 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Child Care Center Start-Up Information Session

Are you thinking about opening a child care center? This information session will look at the information you need to know. We will discuss a variety of issues. This will include finances, space, the program, regulations, and staffing. The training fee includes an extensive information kit. Modality/Age: C/ALL Trainer: Idie Benjamin, Director, Professional Development, CCCW Cost: $85 Information Kit and Workshop, $50 Information Kit Only Training certificates are not given for information sessions. Code: 30050

CHILD & ADULT CARE FOOD PROGRAM CACFP

These sessions are open to family and group family child care providers who are enrolled in the Child Care and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP). Please call (914) 761-3456, ext. 110 to register. FOUR DATES: Tuesday, January 22, 6:30pm – 8:00pm Tuesday, February 26, 6:30pm – 8:00pm Tuesday, March 19, 6:30pm – 8:00pm Tuesday, April 23, 6:30pm – 8:00pm Tuesday, May 21, 6:30pm – 8:00pm Tuesday, June 18, 6:30pm – 8:00pm Modality – Age: F, G – ALL Training Categories: (OCFS 2, 5) (CDA 2, 12) Trainer: Evelyn Copeland, CACFP Specialist, CCCW Cost: FREE

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HEARTSAVER CPR WITH AED & HEARTSAVER FIRST AID COURSES New Trainer

Would you know what to do in an emergency? In this training, we will practice how to perform adult, child, and infant CPR skills. Students will also learn how to use an AED. During the class participants will learn how to manage emergencies until professional help arrives. Students learn how to treat bleeding, sprains, broken bones, and shock. The certification card is valid for 2 years through The American Heart Association. Everyone who completes the course will also receive a training certificate from CCCW for 8 hours. This class meets OCFS requirements.

Modality/Age: ALL Training Categories: (OCFS 2, 3, 4) (CDA 1, 2) Trainer: Miriam Kerness, Certified American Heart Association CPR & First Aid Instructor Cost: $95 members, $105 non-members for BOTH CPR & First Aid COMBINED. The AHA Heartsaver First/Aid/CPR/AED Student Workbook is available for purchase for $14.00 Winter/Spring 2013 Training Dates: ALL classes held on a Saturday from 9:00am – 5:00pm Saturday, January 19th CODE: 30023 Saturday, February 23rd CODE: 30024 Saturday, March 23rd CODE: 30025 Saturday, April 27th CODE: 30026 Saturday, May 25th CODE: 30027 Saturday, June 29th CODE: 30028

MEDICATION ADMINISTRATIVE TRAINING (MAT) COURSES Child care providers who choose to administer medication to children in a child care setting must take the MAT course. The MAT Course is highly recommended for all child care programs and will cover all regulations for programs that administer medication and programs that only administer emergency medication, including programs that administer Epi Pen® and Asthma medications only. Modality - Age: ALL Training Categories: (OCFS 2, 4, 5, 7) (CDA 1, 2) Training Hours: Receive a total of 8 training hours (9am - 6pm) Cost: $150 per participant. Grant money is available. Call 1-866-665-5537 or visit www.ecetp.pdp.albany.edu and click on the MAT Grant Program. Trainer: Elissa Guzzardi, Director, Health Services, CCCW Fall 2012 Training Dates: ALL classes held on a Saturday from 9:00am – 6:00pm Saturday, January 12 CODE: 30112 Saturday, February 2 CODE: 30202 Special TWO PART Weekday Course Saturday, March 2 CODE: 30302 Tuesday, May 7, 9:00am – 1:00pm Saturday, April 6 CODE: 30406 & Wednesday, May 8, 9:00am – 1:00pm Saturday, May 4 CODE: 30504 CODE: 30507 Saturday, June 1 CODE: 30601 TO REGISTER: You MUST read and complete a MAT Course registration form. You can also REGISTER ONLINE or to send payment by fax/mail, you can use the below registration form. NEW! Convenient Options: MAT Independent Study Course is for you if you prefer to learn independently and at you own pace. To get more information regarding the MAT Independent Study or to sign up for Health Care Consultant Services, call 914-761-3456, ext 154. 23


Quality Early Care and Education… where our future begins Medication Administration Training (MAT) Course Registration Form PAYMENT MUST BE INCLUDED WITH REGISTRATION FORM

Name of Program: ___________________________________________________________________________________ Address of Program: _________________________________________________________________________________ Program Contact Person: _________________________Program Phone: _________________ Email: ____________________ License/Registration Number (Enter booklet number if you are in the licensing process): _____________ Date of MAT Course: ___________________________________ Code #: ______________________________________ Please list the participant’s name, home address, and phone number: Name: _____________________________________________________Phone: (_________) ___________-__________ Address: _________________________________________City: ________________________State: ________ Zip: _____________ Name: _____________________________________________________Phone: (_________) ___________-__________ Address: _________________________________________City: _________________________State: ________ Zip: ____________ Name: _____________________________________________________Phone: (_________) ___________-__________ Address: _________________________________________City: _________________________State: ________ Zip: ____________ Cost: $150 per Participant

Total # of Participants Attending: _______________

Total Enclosed: ___________________ Method of payment: (Check One)  Check / Money Order made payable to Child Care Council of Westchester, Inc.  Credit card: Visa / Master Card (Please circle one) Name as it appears on credit card: ______________________________________________________________________ Billing address (include zip code): _______________________________________________________________________ Credit card #: __________________________________________________ Expiration date: ___________/__________

Signature: ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Visit www.childcarewestchester.org to register for MAT training online I HAVE READ AND UNDERSTAND THE MAT COURSE REGISTRATION & CANCELLATION POLICY

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15 HOURS SUNY HEALTH AND SAFETY TRAININGS

This is a TWO PART course.

ALL classes are held on a Saturday from 9:00am – 5:00pm.

ATTEND A 15-HOUR Health & Safety Training AND GET A FREE TRAINING COUPON that can be used for any standard, calendar training at the Council (not including MAT, CPR & First Aid, Conferences, and Special Events). Valid for 90 days! This course is the 15 hour NY State mandatory training required prior to registration or licensing for family child care or group family child care providers. Registered or licensed providers, who need training to meet the 30-hour mandatory training requirements, may also attend this course. EIP funding may be used. Call (914) 761-3456, ext. 115, to inquire about this training. Modality - Age: F, G ONLY – ALL Training Categories: (OCFS 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9) (CDA 1, 2, 12) Cost: $275 th

Training Dates: 9:00am – 5:00pm

Saturday, January 12 & 19th, Trainer: Sydney Hall, Resource & Referral Counselor, CCCW th

Saturday, February 9 & 16th Trainer: Miriam Kerness, Infant & Toddler Regional Coordinator, CCCW

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Saturday, May, 11 & 18th Trainer: Jose Leon, Bi-lingual Registrar, CCCW Saturday, June, 8 & 15th Trainer: Lindsay Tiernan, Registration Coordinator, CCCW

DO YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW NEED HEALTH INSURANCE? The Child Care Council of Westchester Sponsors CHILD/FAMILY HEALTH PLUS We provide application assistance to those interested in enrolling or renewing in Family Health Plus, Child Health Plus, or Medicaid, publicly funded free or low cost health insurance programs that provide comprehensive health coverage for adults and children. For more information, please call Desiree Celentano, Child/Family Health Enroller, at (914) 761-3456, ext. 136. PROVIDERS- You can include this flyer in your enrollment package and/or parent handbook so parents are aware that this service to get health insurance is available at the Council. 25


ADDITIONAL SERVICES FROM THE CHILD CARE COUNCIL OF WESTCHESTER Assistance With Starting a Program OPENING A FAMILY OR SCHOOL AGE CHILD CARE PROGRAM If you are interested in opening a Family Child Care Program or a School Age Child Care Program, we offer Start-Up Information Sessions throughout the year. For information on opening a Family Child Care Program, please call (914) 761-3456, ext. 115. For information on opening a School Age Child Care Program, please call (914) 761-3456, ext. 137. To start a Group Family Program or a Center, please visit the OCFS website: www.ocfs.state.ny.us. See page 23. ASSISTANCE WITH REGISTRATION for FAMILY CHILD CARE & SCHOOL AGE PROVIDERS If you need support in completing an initial or renewal applications, make a technical assistance appointment with your Registrar or call (914) 761-3456, ext. 123 for more information. See page 23. OPENING A CHILD CARE CENTER If you are interested in or currently in the process of opening a new child care center outside of your home, we offer an information session that will help you in your planning. W e also offer technical assistance on how to become licensed by NYS OCFS and how to maintain your license. Please call (914) 761-3456, ext. 108 for more information. See page 23.

For Family & Group Family Providers CACFP WORKSHOPS Free sessions are open to Family and Group Family Child Care Providers who are enrolled in the Child Care and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP). All sessions are from 6:30pm-8:00pm at the Council except where otherwise stated. For more information, contact Evelyn Copeland at (914) 761-3456, ext. 167. See page 23. SUBSIDY SUPPORT SERVICES Free On-site Assistance and Training Available! Do you have families who receive financial assistance to help pay for child care through the child care subsidy system/DSS? The Council’s Subsidy Coordinator is available to come to your site to provide training and assistance in understanding the subsidy program and developing systems to manage your DSS payments. The Subsidy Coordinator will also assist your parents with the application process for child care subsidy. Contact Arlene Leuzzi at 914-761-3456, ext. 122 or ArleneL@ cccwny.org for more information. FAMILY/GROUP FAMILY DAY CARE PROVIDER SERVICES Early childhood specialists are available for free technical assistance for family and group family providers serving both subsidy and non-subsidy families. The specialists can assist providers in many areas, for example program start-up, creating a curriculum based program, marketing, family engagement and issues related to quality improvement. Some free resources are available. For more information, please contact Idie Benjamin at (914) 761-3456, ext 108 for information.

For Programs Serving Infants & Toddlers INFANT-TODDLER SERVICES Infant-Toddler specialists are available for technical assistance (TA) for programs serving infants and/or toddlers. If not covered, the charge for on-site TA is $75 an hour. The specialists assist Center, Family, and Group-Family programs in promoting best practices and conducting the Infant-Toddler Environment Rating Scale (ITERS), and the Family Child Care Environment Rating Scale (FCCERS) assessments to improve the quality of your program. For more information, please contact Laura Cleare, Infant-Toddler Specialist at (914) 761-3456, ext. 169 or Miriam Kerness, Infant-Toddler Regional Coordinator at (914) 761-3456, ext. 134.

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For Preschool Programs PRESCHOOL SERVICES A preschool specialist is available for free technical assistance (TA) and on-site training for programs serving children ages 3-5. There is no charge for TA if it is covered by a grant. If not covered, the charge for on-site TA is $75 an hour. The specialist assists center programs in promoting best practices and conducting the Early Childhood Environment Rating Scale (ECERS) assessment to improve the quality of the program. For more information, please contact Mary Ann Brendler (914) 761-3456, ext. 172. WESTCHESTER EARLY CHILDHOOD DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION MEETINGS The Network meets every third Tuesday of the month from 1pm-3pm at the Child Care Council office. Contact Howard Milbert at Ossining Children’s Center at (914) 941-0230 for details.

For School Age Programs THE INSTITUTE FOR SCHOOL AGE CHILD CARE (ISACC) The Institute for School Age Child Care (ISACC) supports organizations, programs, and staff in their mission to provide safe, affordable and quality out-of-school time programs for children and youth. Call Susan M. Edelstein, Director, ISACC, at (914) 761-3456, ext. 127 for information on technical assistance, specialized training and quality improvement activities. SCHOOL AGE DIRECTORS NETWORK MEETINGS The Network meets every third Tuesday of the month from 10:00 am -12 pm at the Child Care Council office. Contact Samantha Mars at (914) 423-5905 ext. 25 for details.

Quality Improvement Services ASSISTANCE WITH QUALITYstarsNY Many Council trainings can assist your program in preparing for QUALITYstarsNY. Look for the star next to the training’s description. For more information about Quality Improvement Services, please contact Idie Benjamin at (914) 761-3456, ext 108. TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE (TA) Basic Technical Assistance is done by email, phone, or fax and is limited to less than 1 hour. There is no charge. Basic TA can be used for questions about best practices for child care, business issues, OCFS regulations, program start-up information, training questions, and other information. Follow-Up Technical Assistance After Council Trainings – After attending a training, both basic and on-site TA is available to help bring the learning into your program. There is no cost for basic TA. There is a fee of $75 an hour for on-site TA if not covered by a grant. ACCREDITATION SUPPORT for CENTER BASED PROGRAMS We help center based programs initiate the NAEYC accreditation process and review final documentation to assure that it is accurate and complete. To additional information, please contact Idie Benjamin, Director of Professional Development at (914) 761-3456, ext. 108.

CDA – Child Development Associate INFANT-TODDLER CDA TRAINING The Infant-Toddler CDA class fulfills the 120-hour CDA education requirement. The course is held at the Council from September to June. It is FREE and open to individuals who work with infants or toddlers in a program that serves children subsidized by Westchester DSS. The next course begins in September 2013. For more information, contact Idie Benjamin, Director of Professional Development, at (914) 761-3456, ext 108. THE ONLINE eCDA FOR INFANT-TODDLER OR PRESCHOOL The eCDA™ is an online program and hybrid version of the CDA. It combines a 120 hour online course with monthly in-person technical assistance meetings for a total of 164 hours. Participants can choose between an Infant-Toddler or Preschool Center-Based Credential. The course takes 6-7 months and can be started at any time. The cost is $1200 but income eligible candidates can receive EIP reimbursement. Additional scholarship aide may be available. For more information, contact Idie Benjamin, Director of Professional Development, at (914) 761-3456, ext 108. 27


Health Care Consultant Service The Child Care Council of Westchester offers a Health Care Consultant Service for OCFS regulated early care and education programs that choose to administer medication. The Health Care Consultant Service includes assistance with: Developing a health care plan that reflects program specific needs and meets best practice standards Providing supplemental resource & reference materials Review and approval of the entire health care plan and other documents related to the program’s medication administration policy Developing medication procedures for your site At least one site visit with follow-up consultation For information, contact Elissa Guzzardi at (914) 761-3456, ext. 154

UPCOMING EARLY CHILDHOOD CONFERENCES & EVENTS Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America

The Educational of Feeling: Laying the Foundations for Social-Emotional Capacities in Early Childhood Dates: February 8 - 10 Location: Spring Valley, NY www.waldorfearlychildhood.org/conferences.php

NYSAEYC Annual Conference

Dates: April 4 - 6 Location: Turning Stone Resort & Conference Center, Verona, NY www.nysaeyc.org

10th Annual Young Child Expo & Conference

Dates: April 17 - 19, 2013 Location: New York City’s Hotel Pennsylvania www.youngchildexpo.com

2013 National Child Care Aware of America Policy Symposium

Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C. www.naccrra.org/conferences/2013-national-child-care-aware-of-america-policy-symposium

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Training Registration Form Please copy this form

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PAYMENT INFORMATION: All trainings must be paid for in advance. Council 2013 Membership Number: _____________________________ (if applicable) Payment options  Visa  Master Card  Personal Check  Money Order  Business Check  EIP Voucher Make checks payable to: Child Care Council of Westchester Name as it appears on credit card: _____________________________________________________________ Credit Card #: __________________________________________

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Quality Early Care and Education…Where Our Future Begins! Enero 2013 Estimado(a) Colega de la Atención Temprana y la Educación, Bienvenido al Programa de Entrenamiento de Invierno / Primavera 2013. Encontrará nuevas clases interesantes al mismo tiempo que sus clases favoritas. Encontrará oportunidades para implementar la calidad de su programa. Obtendrá ideas y recursos interesantes y tendrá la oportunidad de tomar clases que cumplen con los requisitos de OCFS y CDA. CEUs están disponibles en algunas de las clases. Por catorce años, nuestra organización ha sido EL recurso para el desarrollo profesional de la comunidad de Atención temprana y de la Educación del Condado de W estchester. Nuestro equipo cuenta con experiencia y habilidades apreciables. Ellos están dispuestos a hacer una experiencia significativa y útil en su trabajo cuando capacitan a las proveedoras. Mas del 90% de los participantes han dado índices altos de aprobación. El Equipo del Departamento del Desarrollo Profesional del Council ofrece una variedad de programas de entrenamiento para los profesionales del cuidado de la niñez y de la educación. Estos programas incluyen calendario de capacitación programada entrenamiento en el sitio de trabajo asistencia técnica en su sitio de trabajo entrenamiento que cumple con los requisitos de OCFS y CDA programas para implementar la calidad programa de “QUALITY Stars” y asistencia en el proceso de acreditación de su programa cursos de Salud y Seguridad, MAT y CPR/Primeros Auxilios Nuestra organización “Child Care Council of Westchester, Inc.” apoya el desarrollo saludable de los niños, de las familias y de sus comunidades. Promovemos una atención tempana de la niñez y una educación de calidad. Somos un recurso para todo lo relacionado con el cuidado infantil, incluyendo referencias sobre diversos programas de cuidado infantil, entrenamiento, becas, información, asistencia técnica, estadísticas, registración y licencia de programas infantiles y promoción del bienestar infantil. Por favor mire el calendario de entrenamiento de invierno-primavera 2013 para informarse sobre lo que está sucediendo en nuestra organización. Por favor comuníquese con Idie y Dana para cualquier pregunta Best Regards, Idie Benjamin, Director, Professional Development Dana C. Doyle, Professional Development Coordinator

Para información sobre talleres y clases comuníquese con Dana Doyle at danad@ cccwny.org or 914-761-3456 ext. 113. 313 Central Park Avenue, Scarsdale, NY 10583 (914)-761-3456 Fax: (914) 761-1957 www.childcarewestchester.org 30


Claves de Información sobre el Entrenamiento Requisitos de La “Oficina de Servicios para los Niños y la Familia del Estado de New York” (OCFS): Cada dos años se tienen que completar 30 horas de entrenamiento. 15 horas de esas 30 horas se deben tomar durante los seis primeros meses después de obtener la licencia/registro o durante los seis primeros meses de empleo de las personas que trabajan en dichos programas. La descripción de los tópicos de entrenamiento requeridos por OCFS y CDA están incluidos en el entrenamiento. CERTIFICADOS Los certificados que el Council da para cualquier tipo de entrenamiento, incluye los tópicos descritos en números. Se darán estos certificados sólo si el participante llega a tiempo y se queda por toda la clase. Cada participante recibirá su certificado al final de la clase si la inscripción y el pago han sido hechos antes de la clase. Si el participante tiene un balance negativo con nuestra oficina, no recibirá su certificado. OCFS Categorías de Entrenamiento: 1. Desarrollo Infantil 2. Nutrición & Salud 3. Desarrollo del Programa 4. Seguridad (incluyendo comunicación entre padres de familia y proveedoras) 5. Negocios y Manejo de Archivos 6. Prevención & Abuso Infantil 7. Regulaciones referentes al Cuidado Infantil 8. Regulaciones referentes al abuso infantil 9. Síndrome del niño sacudido (no es obligatorio para los programas de Edad Escolar) “CDA” Áreas Funcionales relacionadas con los seis objetivos de CDA: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Seguridad Salud Aprendizaje Ambiente Físico Cognición

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Comunicación Creatividad “Self” Social Guías

11. Familias 12. Manejo del Programa 13. Profesionalism

CEUs (Unidades Continuas de Educación) serán otorgadas sólo en entrenamientos que son parte de “tracks”. Modalidad/Edad: FG = Proveedoras Registradas y de Grupo C = Centros SA = Edad Escolar IT = Infantes/Párvulos PS = Pre-escolares D = Directores/supervisores P = Padres de Familia LE = Legalmente Exentas ALL = Todas las Audiencias Sitios de Entrenamiento: Los entrenamientos se hacen en los siguientes sitios: Scarsdale – Child Care Council of Westchester, 313 Central Park Avenue, Scarsdale, NY 10583 Mt. Kisco – Mount Kisco Child Care Center, 95 Radio Circle, Mt. Kisco, NY 10549 Valhalla – Cornell Cooperative Extension, 26 Legion Drive, Valhalla, NY, 10595

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INSCRIPCIÓN Y PAGO INSCRIPCIÓN Y PAGO Cuando usted se inscribe para clases con el “Council”, usted se compromete a seguir las políticas de inscripción y pago. Por favor complete la forma de inscripción para cada persona que atenderá a la clase. Guarde una copia para sus records. Su inscripción aceptada a menos que empleados del “Council” se comuniquen con usted. Es mejor para usted inscribirse y pagar por adelantado por cada clase que vaya a tomar, pues de esta forma garantiza su cupo en la clase y así usted puede planear su asistencia en la fecha programada. Si no se inscribe por anticipado y asiste a la clase, tendría que pagar un recargo adicional de $5.00. En este caso su asistencia estaría supeditada al cupo disponible en ese momento. Los certificados se enviarán por correo después de que tome la clase y cuando el recargo generado sea recibido y procesado por el Departamento de Finanzas. Inscríbase con anticipación. Las clases podrían ser canceladas si no hay un número mínimo de participantes.

Prueba de que se ha solicitado la beca de “EIP” NO se considera como pago. Solo la carta de otorgamiento de la beca será aceptada como pago. Si usted hace la solicitud para obtener la beca de ‘EIP” pero no recibe el certificado de otorgamiento antes de la clase, usted será responsable por el pago de la clase. COSTOS El costo de cada clase se encuentra en la descripción de cada clase. EIP APOYO PARA CLASES: El Programa de Incentivo Educacional (EIP) apoya el desarrollo educacional de las proveedoras de cuidado infantil. Las becas son adjudicadas con base en la necesidad financiera de los participantes y pueden ser utilizadas para clases y conferencias con el “Council”. Por favor llame al 1-800-295-9616 o visite www.ecetp.pdp.albancy.edu para obtener la solicitud y mas información al respecto. CRÉDITOS, RERNBOLSOS Y CANCELACIONES Si usted no asiste a una clase que haya pagado, NO habrá rembolso del dinero o tampoco la podrá reprogramar la clase perdida. Si por el contrario la clase es cancelada, el participante podrá pedir el rembolso del dinero o ponerlo como crédito para pagar otra clase. Si usted no puede asistir a una clase después de haberse inscrito, tiene que notificar al Departamento de Finanzas a la extensión 163 para poder recibir el rembolso de su dinero. Sera necesario que envíe un correo electrónico o que envíe una nota firmada por Fax 48 horas antes de la clase especificando que no podrá asistir a dicha clase para poder recibir el rembolso de su dinero.

INSCRÍBASE ‘ELECTRÓNICAMENTE” Vaya a www.childcarewestchester.org. Busque “Quick links” and presione “Online workshop and event registration.” Le enviaremos un mensaje de confirmación. Si se inscribe de ésta manera, la forma de pago seria solamente utilizando tarjeta de crédito. INSCRIBASE POR CORREO O POR FAX Envie por Fax la forma de inscripción junto con la información de pago al fax: 914-885-1110 o envié su inscripción por correo a: Child Care Council of W estchester, 313 Central Park Avenue, Scarsdale, NY 10583. Debe incluir su correo electrónico para que le enviemos la confirmación de su inscripción. La línea de FAX es segura.

SER MIEMBRO DE NUESTRA ORGANIZACION “CHILD CARE COUNCIL” Los miembros de nuestra organización reciben un descuento en los costos de talleres, clases o conferencias. NIÑOS: No es permitido traer ningún niño(a) a la clase (ni se puede quedar en la sala de espera). Por favor haga otros arreglos para el cuidado de sus hijos cuando tenga que tomar clases.

La inscripción electrónica debe hacerse antes de las 4 p.m. del día anterior a la fecha de la clase. La inscripción realizada el mismo día de la clase se hará solo si hay cupo. Usted tiene que inscribirse por teléfono, por fax o en persona antes de las 4 p.m. del día anterior a la clase.

CANCELACION DEBIDO A INCLEMENCIAS DEL TIEMPO: Llame al (914) 761-3456, ext. 510 para saber si su clase fue cancelada.

El pago debe hacerse con cheque, Visa/Mastercard, “money order”, o beca de “EIP”. Pago electrónico de debe hacer con tarjeta de crédito. Habrá una penalidad de $35 si el cheque no tienen fondos.

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Serie de Entrenamiento en Español Asista a las 6 clases y obtendrá 15 horas de entrenamiento y 1.5 CEUs Asista a 1 clase y obtendrá 2.5 horas de entrenamiento y 0.25 CEUs

Valor para Miembros del CCCW: $20 por clase o $100 por las 6 clases Valor para NO Miembros del CCCW: $25 por clase o $125 por las 6 clases

Sábado, Febrero 2, 10:00 am - 12:30 pm

Manos Pequeñas, Artistas Pequeños: Lo Importante es el Proceso

Los infantes y niños que comienzan a caminar les encanta usar sus sentidos para explorar su mundo. En este entrenamiento, aprenderás la importancia del proceso del arte. Exploraremos diferentes formas de crear experiencias apropiadas de arte para infantes y niños hasta los 36 meses. Modalidad - Edad: F, G, C - IT Tópicos: (OCFS 1,3) (CDA 5, 6, 8, 9) Nuevo Instructora: Sara Frontera, Assistant Director, Virginia Marx Children’s Center Código: 30054

Jueves, Marzo 14, 6:30pm – 9:00pm Preparados, Listos, A Jugar! Juegos que Facilitan el Aprendizaje en los Años Pre-escolares

Los juegos presentados en este entrenamiento ayudarán a los niños a reconocer patrones, clasificar objetos, entender simples reglas de juego, y les ayudará a trabajar juntos en grupos pequeños, lo cual mejorará sus destrezas sociales. Los participantes aprenderán a construir juegospara niños hechos a mano para aprender matemáticas, leer y escribir . Modalidad - Edad: F, G, C - PS Tópicos: (OCFS 1, 3) (CDA 3, 5, 6, 9) Nuevo Instructora: Sara Frontera, Assistant Director, Virginia Marx Children’s Center Código: 30055

Sábado, Abril 6, 9:30 am – 12:00 pm Miremos Algunos Casos A La Luz De Las Regulaciones

Analizando diferentes situaciones miraremos algunas regulaciones. Cómo podríamos cumplir con lo mínimo que exige el Estado o mejor aún, cómo podríamos superar lo que es requerido? Modalidad - Edad: F, G - TODAS Tópicos: (OCFS 2, 4, 5, 7) (CDA 1, 2, 12) Instructora: Flor Tello, Bilingual Specialist/Health Care Consultant Assistant, CCCW Código: 30056

Jueves, Abril 18, 6:30pm – 9:00pm El Trayecto Hacia las Destrezas de Lectura y Escritura Para Niños de Edades 0-5 Años

La lectura y escritura temprana incluye el hablarle a los niños, leerles historias, cantarles, y el proveer un ambiente rico en letra. Ellos aprederán que las letras representan palabras habladas. En este entrenamiento, los participantes aprenderán como promover destrezas de lectura y escritura en los niños a través de actividades y experiencias diarias, incluyendo el crear sus propios libros. Modalidad - Edad: F, G, C – IT, PS Tópicos: (OCFS 1, 3) (CDA 3, 5, 6) Nuevo Instructora: Sara Frontera, Assistant Director, Virginia Marx Children’s Center Código: 30057

Sábado, Mayo 4, 9:30 am – 12:00 pm Observación y Comunicación referente a Abuso Infantil/ Síndrome del Niño Sacudido

Cuando observamos, comunicamos no sólo lo que vemos sino lo que pensamos, lo que sentimos y lo que presuponemos. Miremos el proceso de la observación como un reporte imparcial, preciso, conciso y considerado de lo que vemos. También miraremos el síndrome del niño sacudido. Modalidad - Edad: TODAS Tópicos: (OCFS 1, 6, 8, 9) (CDA 1, 2, 12) Instructora: Flor Tello, Bilingual Specialist/Health Care Consultant Assistant, CCCW Código: 30058

Jueves, Mayo 16, 6:30pm – 9:00pm Mezclalo! Trabajando con Niños de Edad Mixta

El escenario de cuidado familiar de niños provee oportunidades para grupos de diferentes edades de ser cuidados al mismo tiempo. La mayoría de los expertos están de acuerdo que hay muchos beneficios para este tipo de cuidado. Acompáñenos mientras exploramos el juego único de desafíos y beneficios cuando cuidamos niños de edad mixta. Modalidad - Edad: F, G - TODAS Tópicos: (OCFS 2, 3, 4) (CDA 2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 10) Nuevo Instructora: Sara Frontera, Assistant Director, Virginia Marx Children’s Center Código: 30059 Nuevo!

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= Ayudar conQUALITYstarsNY

= Entrenamiento Nuevo 33

= Ayudar con Acreditacion


CLASES INDIVIDUALES TRES FECHAS

Sábado, Febrero 16 & 23, 9:00am – 5:00 pm Sábado, Abril 20 & 27, 9:00am – 5:00 pm Sábado, Junio 15 & 22, 9:00am – 5:00 pm

Código: 40216 Código: 40420 Código: 40615

Capacitación en Salud y Seguridad (Health & Safety Training)

El Estado de New York requiere que los(as) proveedores(as) de cuidado infantil tomen este curso de 15 horas antes de recibir su Registro o Licencia. También lo podrían tomar los(as) proveedores(as) que ya teniendo su registro o licencia necesiten horas de entrenamiento para completar las 30 horas que requiere el Estado. La ayuda financiera “EIP” se podría utilizar para pagar el costo de este curso. Llame al (914) 761-3456, ext. 114, para obtener información sobre las fechas disponibles. Además, cuando usted tome este curso recibirá un cupón válido por 90 días para que tome gratuitamente una clase regular en el “Council”. Modalidad – Edad: Solamente para F & G Tópicos: (OCFS 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9) (CDA 1, 2, 12) Instructora: Flor Tello, Bilingual Specialist/Health Care Consultant Assistant, CCCW Costo: $275

DOS FECHAS

Martes, Enero 8, 10:00 am - 12:30 pm Martes, Marzo 5, 10:00 am - 12:30 pm Martes, Mayo 7, 10:00 am - 12:30 pm

Sesión de Información: Cuidado Infantil Familiar

Para las personas que están interesadas en obtener su "Registro” como proveedoras de cuidado infantil, estaremos ofreciendo una sesión de información gratuita acerca de diferentes aspectos tales como regulaciones, espacio físico y aspectos financieros. Por favor llame al (914) 761-3456 ext. 124 para registrarse. Modalidad - Edad: F, G Instructora: Flor Tello, Bilingual Specialist/Health Care Consultant Assistant, CCCW Costo: Gratis – No hay certicados de capacitación serán entregados

Resucitación Cardiopulmonar “CPR” (se incluye el manejo de un dispositivo automático y externo (AED ) para ayudar a pacientes en riesgo de paro súbito cardiaco) & Primeros Auxilios Modalidad/Edad: Todas Categorías de entrenamiento:(OCFS 2, 3, 4) (CDA 1, 2) Entrenador: Jose Leon, Certified American Heart Association CPR & First Aid Instructor Costo: $95 para miembros, $105 no-miembros El AJA Heartsaver Primero/Ayuda/resucitación cardiopulmonar/Cuaderno de Estudiante de AED está disponible para la compra para $15.00.

Sabe usted que hacer en una emergencia? En esta clase vamos a practicar cómo poner en acción nuestras habilidades de resucitación cardiopulmonar (CPR). Los estudiantes también van a aprender cómo usar el “AED” (dispositivo automático externo). Durante esta clase, los participantes aprenderán cómo manejar situaciones de emergencias mientras llega ayuda profesional. Los estudiantes aprenderán cómo tratar hemorragias, esguinces, fracturas y golpes. La tarjeta de certificación es válida para dos años a través de la organización “American Heart Association”. Todos los estudiantes que completen este curso, recibirán un certificado de entrenamiento de siete horas dado por nuestra agencia “Child Care Council of Westchester”. La clase cumple con los requisitos de OCFS. Fechas del Entrenamiento de invierno/primavera 2013: Todas las clases se realizaran en sábados de 9:00am a 5:00pm Sábado, Febrero 16, 9:00am – 5:00 pm Código: 30060 Sábado, Abril 6, 9:00am – 5:00 pm Código: 30061 Sábado, Junio 8, 9:00am – 5:00 pm Código: 30062 34


Inscripción Para Clases Por favor copie este formulario.

Por favor utilice un hoja por persona. OR INSCRIBASE POR CORREO ELECTRONICO at www.childcarewestchester.org. Nombre de la Clase _______________________________________________________________ Código: _____________  Serie  Classe individual Costo: __________________ Fecha de la clase: ______________ Nombre de la Clase _______________________________________________________________ Código: _____________  Serie  Classe individual Costo: __________________ Fecha de la clase: ______________ Nombre de la Clase _______________________________________________________________ Código: _____________  Serie  Classe individual Costo: __________________ Fecha de la clase: ______________

INFORMACION PERSONAL –

Nombe:________________________________________________________ Dirección _____________________________________________________________________________________________ Ciudad/Estado____________________________________________________________ Código postal: ________________ Número de teléfono de casa ________________________________________ Email/Correo electrónico___________________________________________

INFORMACION DEL PROGRAMA – Nombre del programa: __________________________________________ Director: _______________________________________________________ Dirección del programa: _____________________________________________________________________ Ciudad/Estado____________________________________________________________ Código postal: ________________ Número de teléfono del programa:_____________________________ Correo electrónico del programa: ____________________________________ La gustaria estar en neustralista del correo electronico? Correo electronic del programa Correo electronic personal

INFORMACION DEL PAGO - Todos los talleres y clases deberán pagarse por adelantado para. Número de 2013 miembro del Consejo : _____________________________ (si es aplicable)

Opciones de pago:  Visa  Master Card  Personal Check  Money Order  Business Check  EIP Voucher Hacer cheques a nombre de: Child Care Council of Westchester Nombre tal y como aparece en la tarjeta de crédito ___________________________________________________________ Tarjeta de crédito: ______________________________________ Expiration date: _____________________ Dirección que aparece en targjeta de credito: ___________________________________________________ Ciudad/Estado____________________________________________________________ Código postal: ________________ Firma:_____________________________________________

Enuie la forma de inscripecion al: Child Care Council of Westchester, 313 Central Park Avenue, Scarsdale, NY 10583 Fax to 914-885-1110

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CHILD CARE COUNCIL OF WESTCHESTER 2013 MEMBERSHIP FORM To become a member or to renew your existing membership, simply check the appropriate category below and mail or fax the form to: Child Care Council of Westchester, Inc., 313 Central Park Avenue, Scarsdale, NY, 10583; Fax: 914-761-1957. Please make checks payable to: Child Care Council of Westchester, Inc. The membership year runs from January 1, 2013 – December 31, 2013. Be sure to hold on to your Membership Card! MEMBERSHIP CATEGORIES (Please check your category): ______Group Family Child Care Provider (one site, up to 3 staff)…… $50 ______Center-Based Program …..($4 per child/lic. capacity up to max of $500; covers all employees of program) $4 x _______Children = $______ □Early Childhood Center □Nursery School □Pre-K Program □School Age Program ______Individual…..$40 (covers applicant only) □Family Child Care Provider □Non-Profit Employee □Other: ___________________________________________ ****For more information contact: Nina Garland @ (914) 761-3456 ext. 111**** Name: _______________________________________Title: _____________________ Organization: ___________________________________________________________ Address: _______________________________________________________________ City: ______________________________ State: __________ Zip: ________________ Phone: (_______) _______-________ __

Fax: (_______) _________-____________

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A copy of this form and valid documentation of training hours must be kept in employee personnel files and must be available for review by OCFS when requested. This form (when signed and dated) may be used to transfer training hours between day care programs.

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Business Record Maintenance and Management (5)

     

Child Abuse & Maltreatment Identification & Prevention (6)

     

Child Day Care Program Development (3)

     

Baby Syndrome (9)

     

Identification, Diagnosis & Prevention of Shaken

     

Nutrition & Health Needs of Children (2)

     

Principles of Childhood Development (1)

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TOTAL HOURS

Safety & Security Procedures (4)

     

DATE OF TRAINING

Abuse & Maltreatment (8)

     

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Statutes & Regulations Pertaining to Child Day Care (7)


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