Upcoming Training Courses

28
Apr
2018

4-28-2018 8:30 am -3:30 pm
Germanna Community College
Germanna Community College
10000 Germanna Point Drive
$40.00
Celebrating Our Work For Children:18th Annual Regional Early Childhood and Child Care Conference

It's The Childcare Network's 25th birthday celebration, and you are invited to join us at our annual early childhood conference!

Conference 2018: Celebrating Our Work for Children

See the full conference program for workshop information, or register below.

$40.00 56
03
May
2018

5-03-2018 7:00 pm -9:00 pm
Heritage Child Development Center, Berryville
Heritage Child Development Center, Berryville
1065 W Main St, Berryville, VA 22611, USA
Free

This class has been rescheduled from April 20 to May 3 with a new location.

Statistics show us that one in four children will experience trauma by the age of four. This trauma could be abuse, hunger, homelessness, witnessing violence, medical, or grief. We know that a child’s greatest learning occurs during the early childhood years. These traumas cause behaviors that we see every day in the classroom. As early childhood providers, we need to recognize the signs of trauma, and teach children how to cope with the feelings they experience.

This training will discuss:

  1. Why trauma matters?
  2. How trauma affects the brain?
  3. How trauma affects behavior?
  4. Individual resilience
  5. Community resilience

This training is free and open to early childhood providers, with priority given to those accepting state subsidy and serving the infant / toddler population.

Please note: Space is limited. Once the class is full, we will create a waitlist.

15
08
May
2018

5-08-2018 7:00 pm -9:00 pm
Kids on the Move, Lake Ridge
Kids on the Move, Lake Ridge
13061 Touchstone Cir, Lake Ridge, VA 22192, USA
Free

Statistics show us that one in four children will experience trauma by the age of four. This trauma could be abuse, hunger, homelessness, witnessing violence, medical, or grief. We know that a child’s greatest learning occurs during the early childhood years. These traumas cause behaviors that we see every day in the classroom. As early childhood providers, we need to recognize the signs of trauma, and teach children how to cope with the feelings they experience.

This training will discuss:

  1. Why trauma matters?
  2. How trauma affects the brain?
  3. How trauma affects behavior?
  4. Individual resilience
  5. Community resilience

This training is free and open to early childhood providers, with priority given to those accepting state subsidy and serving the infant / toddler population.

Please note: Space is limited. Once the class is full, we will create a waitlist.

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