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Events - Week of Apr 13 - Apr 19, 2014

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Monday, Apr 14, 2014
Orientation II: Preparation for Child Care Home Licensing
The second of two required orientation sessions for individuals interested in starting a home child care business. OT 2 covers procedures for applying for a home child care license, and the licensing process. Completion of OT 1 required. Pre-registration required.
Child Abuse and Neglect Detection and Prevention
Created by the FSSA, Bureau of Childcare's Health Consultants, this one hour training provides participants with information on the prevalence of abuse and neglect, causes and prevention of abuse and neglect, and how to report abuse and neglect.
Safe Sleep and Reducing the Risks of SIDS in Child Care
2.5 hours focused on SIDS and positional asphyxia prevention. Required for all home providers.
Tipton
Tuesday, Apr 15, 2014
Safe Sleeping Practices and Reducing the Risk of SIDS in Childcare
This training is required for all family Child care home providers or providers wishing to accept CCDF vouchers
Monroe
Nurturing Early Literacy Environments
What can you do to create meaningful early literacy experiences?
Morgan
CCDF Question and Answer Session
Join CCDF Policy Consultant Laura Sullivan for an informal discussion on the CCDF voucher program and a review of the updates to the revised Provider Manual.
Finding and Keeping Quality School-Age Staff-Management Training
Tips for finding quality school-age staff.
St. Joseph
Wednesday, Apr 16, 2014
Child Abuse and Neglect Detection and Prevention
Are you familiar with the cultural aspects of child abuse? Do you know the at risk factors for fam
Vigo
Creating Mad Scientists in the Classroom
Science is all around us and children love to experiment most of all! Using the FOUNDATIONS to the Indiana Academic Standards for Young Children ...
Finding and Keeping Quality School-Age Staff-Management Training
Tips for finding quality school-age staff.
Allen
Thursday, Apr 17, 2014
Recognizing Children with Special Needs: Observation to Assessment
How are you determining that a child might have a special need?
Marshall
Getting to Know Young Children Part II: Observation & Assessment
Assessment fits into every good program and helps providers gain valuable knowledge about a child's individual development and learning
Hybrid CDA-Embracing Diversity
During this session, we will discuss the importance of examining your teaching practices and reflect on how your culture may influence the ways you teach and support young children's early language and literacy.
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