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February
18
Location: Bennington Training Type: In Person Special Topics: Advanced Specialized Care ,

Trauma Informed Practice 1 (ASC)

This ​training ​includes ​trauma ​in ​early ​childhood, ​ACEs, ​and ​the ​effects ​on ​children, ​families, ​and ​care ​providers. ​This ​introductory-level ​training ​meets ​the ​Advanced ​Specialized ​Care ​training ​requirement.
Sponsor: Northern Lights at CCV
Instructor: Daniel Merges
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • Families & Communities
  • How We Teach
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
Session Start Dates
Session Times
February 18, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
February 25, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Total Hours

6

Cost

$ 15

Contact Information

Amelia Struthers
(802) 885-8374
amelia.struthers@ccv.edu

Additional Information

This ​training ​uses ​a ​2+2+2 ​training ​design. ​There ​are ​three ​parts ​to ​this ​training: ​1. ​A ​two-hour ​in-person ​training ​session; ​2. ​A ​two-hour ​assignment ​practicing ​or ​implementing ​the ​training ​material; ​and ​3. ​Another ​two-hour ​in-person ​training ​session ​focused ​on ​reflection ​and ​next ​steps ​related ​to ​the ​training ​material. ​To ​receive ​the ​full ​6 ​training ​hours ​you ​must ​attend ​both ​in-person ​trainings ​and ​complete ​the ​independent ​assignment. There ​is ​a ​$15 ​training ​fee ​payable ​by ​credit/debit ​card ​at ​the ​time ​of ​registration. As ​per ​CCV ​policy, ​please ​do ​not ​bring ​children ​to ​this ​training. Class ​size ​is ​limited ​to ​12. ​ ​Minimum ​enrollment: ​8. Trainer: ​Daniel ​Merges

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February
18
Location: Winooski Training Type: In Person Special Topics: Basic Specialized Care ,

Basic Specialized Care

This session is only for GBYMCA staff: This ​six-hour ​training ​is ​required ​for ​all ​providers/programs ​wishing ​to ​attain ​"Specialized ​Child ​Care ​Provider" ​status, ​and ​offers ​valuable ​information ​for ​anyone ​supporting ​children ​and ​families ​when ​abuse, ​neglect ​or ​special ​needs ​are ​involved. ​Topics ​covered ​will ​include: ​typical ​child ​development, ​the ​impact ​of ​stress ​and ​abuse ​on ​development, ​red ​flags, ​working ​with ​families ​and ​the ​system, ​as ​well ​as ​mandated ​reporting ​responsibilities. ​Working ​with ​children ​with ​special ​needs ​will ​also ​be ​touched ​upon.” ​This ​training ​is ​for ​teachers, ​program ​directors ​and ​administrators ​of ​children ​birth ​to ​age ​8. Online ​mandated ​reporter ​training ​is ​a ​PRE-REQUISITE ​to ​completing ​this ​workshop. ​ ​Please ​bring ​proof ​of ​this ​training ​to ​first ​class.
Sponsor: OTHER
Instructor: Rebecca Webb
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • Families & Communities
Primary Audience
Session Start Dates
Session Times
February 18, 2019
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Total Hours

6

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Becca Webb
(802) 338-9208
rwebb@gbymca.org

Additional Information

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February
18
Location: Statewide Training Type: Online

Voices of Learning: Adult Learning and Instructional Design

The Voices of Learning training is offered by Northern Lights at CCV. Voices of Learning is a four week, online, instructor-led training focused on adult learning and instructional design. Successful completion of this training meets a requirement for members of the Vermont Instructor Registry. If you are a faculty member at an institution of higher education, you are not required to take this course, though you are certainly welcome to do so. Priority for participation in this training is given to individuals who are in the Vermont Instructor Registry and who need to complete a training like this one to meet registry requirements. It is appropriate for those with experience designing and leading trainings for professionals in the field of early education. Please follow the link to our Voices of Learning Interest Survey. By answering the survey questions, we can help you determine if this training is a good match for you. It should only take you a few minutes complete the survey and once it is submitted, you will be notified within one week about about registration. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VoLInterestSurvey The Voices of Learning training includes weekly reading and writing assignments, and you may complete these assignments at any time during the week, as long as you submit the written assignments by the due dates. Written assignments are submitted either by typing directly into the online platform, or writing a word document that you upload into the online platform. Instructor comments will be posted on the platform, online, and occasionally by email to you directly. When you successfully complete the course, we will issue you a certificate for 12 training hours.
Sponsor: Northern Lights at CCV
Instructor: Jannice Ellen
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • How We Teach
Primary Audience
  • Instructors of Adults
Session Start Dates
Session Times
February 18, 2019
12:00 am - 12:00 am
Total Hours

12

Cost

$ 30

Contact Information

Amelia Struthers
(802) 258-2097
amelia.struthers@ccv.edu

Additional Information

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February
18
Location: Waterbury Training Type: In Person

Overcoming Burnout in the Early Childhood Field: Strategies for Change

This series will allow participants to have a balance of small and large group discussion, self-reflection, and opportunities to hear inspirational stories from the field that will not only fuel them but help them learn strategies for overcoming burnout. Session one focuses on burnout and low-morale. Session two explores leadership structures in three different programs and the value each structure holds for all involved. The third workshop focuses on one of the biggest struggles faced in early education, compassion fatigue, mental health, optimism, attitude and being present. Join us for an uplifting, inspirational, deep dive into morale. The fourth session will look at self-care, wellness sustainability, and self-reflection. We will also explore Appreciative living, and group consultation as a way of communicating as a team.
Sponsor: OTHER
Instructor: Ellen Drolette
Scholarship: No
Conference: Yes
Core Knowledge Area
  • Professionalism
Primary Audience
Session Start Dates
Session Times
February 18, 2019
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Total Hours

7

Cost

$ 20

Contact Information

Kathleen Burroughs
802-272-6750
kidcountry@myfairpoint.net

Additional Information

Located in the Steele Room, Waterbury Community Municipal Building, 28 North Main Street, Waterbury. We will break for lunch from 12:00-1:00, participants can bring lunch or go out to get it. Cost is free to network members, $20 for non-members.

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February
19
Location: Rutland Training Type: In Person Special Topics: Afterschool ,

Science on a Shoestring

Whenever we explore science phenomenon with kids, it is helpful to look for concepts or "big ideas" that span across the disciplines of physical, life and earth science. In this way, kids begin to see the way science fits together and how investigations can be linked together. Afterschool staff will be exposed to the seven "cross cutting concepts" identified in the Next Generation Science Standards adopted by Vermont Agency of Education in 2013. Each concept will be illustrated through participation in a simple, low-cost investigation appropriate for afterschool settings.
Sponsor: Vermont Afterschool Inc
Instructor: Rachel Rose
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • How We Teach
  • What We Teach
Primary Audience
Session Start Dates
Session Times
February 19, 2019
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Total Hours

2

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Vermont Afterschool Inc.
802-448-3464
triciapawlikyork@vermontafterschool.org

Additional Information

For more information or to register contact Kate Bosnich: kate.bosnich@rcpsvt.org

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February
19
Location: Newport Training Type: In Person Special Topics: Advanced Specialized Care ,

PCAVT (Prevent Child Abuse Vermont) Shaken Baby Syndrome

Training provides basic introduction to Shaken Baby Syndrome, the cause, the outcomes of shaking a baby, why a baby cries, and how to console them. The curriculum helps participants to identify stressors and safe ways to manage their frustrations.
Sponsor: Northeast Kingdom Providers Association (NEKPA)
Instructor: Ann Shangraw
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • Professionalism
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Mentors/Coaches
Session Start Dates
Session Times
February 19, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Total Hours

2

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Lisa Duncan
(802) 673-6888
ldunc8@hotmail.com

Additional Information

North Country Career Center, Veterans Ave, Newport, VT. 05855, Room #402 (upstairs). First 12 signed up receive a baby doll for your program.

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February
19
Location: Lyndon Training Type: In Person Special Topics: Advanced Specialized Care ,

Never too Early: Social and Emotional Learning and Literacy training (Life Lessons through Literature)

Childcare providers and teachers of infant/toddler and preschool age children will participate in a Vermont Humanities Council sponsored Never too Early: Social and Emotional Learning and Literacy training that provides a set of free books which will be used to address the following learning objectives: 1. Study social and emotional topics that align with the early stages of child development. 2. Learn to identify specific social and/or emotional behavior in children. 3. Design effective strategies to promote social and emotional learning in your program. 4. Recognize social and emotional themes in children’s books to elicit authentic conversation. 5. Plan and practice using books to promote social and emotional learning with children in your care. The above learning objectives will address the following core knowledge areas. Child Development- A) How Children Develop and B) Influences on Child Development How we Teach C) Developmentally Appropriate Teaching What we Teach D) VELS area 2 Communication and Expression There are two two-hour sessions with two hours of independent study between the sessions.
Sponsor: Caledonia and Southern Essex Starting Points Network
Instructor: Jackie Sprague
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • How We Teach
  • What We Teach
Primary Audience
Session Start Dates
Session Times
February 19, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
March 19, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Total Hours

6

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Pam Schabler
(802) 626-4621
busymom70@yahoo.com

Additional Information

Open to region network members only.

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February
20
Location: Rutland Training Type: In Person Special Topics: Afterschool ,

True Colors Shining Through: Personality Types and Modeling Personhood in Afterschool

This two-hour workshop will lead participants through identifying their personality types and reflecting on what their communication styles and comfort levels with afterschool programming means for daily interactions with school-aged children. Staff will work in pairs and small groups to identify essential traits of effective staff members and work through scenarios with several true-colors inspired examples of adult and child interactions. Finally, this workshop will explore current scientific findings examining neuro-reciprocity, a brain function explaining how the brains of children and adults affect each other in mutuality during daily emotional exchanges.
Sponsor: Vermont Afterschool Inc
Instructor: Sara Forward
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Professionalism
Primary Audience
Session Start Dates
Session Times
February 20, 2019
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Total Hours

2

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Vermont Afterschool Inc.
802-448-3464
triciapawlikyork@vermontafterschool.org

Additional Information

For more information or to register contact Kate Bosnich: kate.bosnich@rcpsvt.org

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February
20
Location: Wilder Training Type: In Person Special Topics: Fundamentals ,

Fundamentals for Early Childhood Professionals

This 45 hour training includes broad introductory content designed specifically for early childhood professionals related to eight core knowledge areas: child development, families and communities, observing and assessing, how we teach, what we teach, healthy safe environments and nutrition, professionalism, and program organization.
Sponsor: Northern Lights at CCV
Instructor: Lori Harris
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • Families & Communities
  • Healthy Environment & Nutrition
  • Observing & Assessing
  • How We Teach
  • What We Teach
  • Professionalism
  • Program Organization
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
Session Start Dates
Session Times
February 20, 2019
5:45 pm - 8:45 pm
February 27, 2019
5:45 pm - 8:45 pm
March 6, 2019
5:45 pm - 8:45 pm
March 9, 2019
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
March 13, 2019
5:45 pm - 8:45 pm
March 20, 2019
5:45 pm - 8:45 pm
March 27, 2019
5:45 pm - 8:45 pm
March 30, 2019
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
April 3, 2019
5:45 pm - 8:45 pm
April 10, 2019
5:45 pm - 8:45 pm
April 17, 2019
5:45 pm - 8:45 pm
April 20, 2019
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Total Hours

45

Cost

$ 75

Contact Information

Amelia Struthers
(802) 885-8374
amelia.struthers@ccv.edu

Additional Information

Participants must preregister and enroll in the entire Fundamentals series. Registration is not available for individual modules. The $75 fee is payable by credit or debit card only at time of registration. As per CCV policy, we ask that you not bring children to this training. In order to receive accommodations for disabilities, training participants must communicate with the Northern Lights at CCV Americans with Disabilities Coordinator (http://ccv.edu/discover-resources/students-with-disabilities/) at least two weeks before trainings begin.

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February
20
Location: St. Albans Training Type: In Person Special Topics: Medication Administration ,

Medication ​Administration

The ​Medication ​Administration ​training ​is ​designed ​to ​help ​you ​safely ​administer ​medications ​to ​young ​children ​in ​your ​care. ​ You ​will ​learn ​how ​to: ​demonstrate ​procedures ​for ​receiving, ​storing, ​preparing, ​administering, ​and ​documenting ​administration ​of ​medications; ​describe ​and ​demonstrate ​what ​to ​do ​for ​signs ​and ​symptoms ​of ​an ​asthma ​attack ​and ​allergic ​reaction; ​and ​describe ​symptoms ​of ​adverse ​reactions ​to ​medication ​and ​actions ​to ​take ​when ​they ​are ​observed. Training ​Objectives: ​Demonstrate ​procedures ​for ​receiving, ​storing, ​preparing, ​administering, ​and ​documenting ​administration ​of ​medications. ​Describe ​and ​demonstrate ​what ​to ​do ​for ​signs ​and ​symptoms ​of ​an ​asthma ​attack ​and ​allergic ​reaction. ​Describe ​symptoms ​of ​adverse ​reactions ​to ​medication ​and ​actions ​to ​take ​when ​they ​are ​observed.
Sponsor: Northern Lights at CCV
Instructor: Terry Shaw, RN
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Healthy Environment & Nutrition
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • School-Age
Session Start Dates
Session Times
February 20, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Total Hours

2.5

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Adri Taylo-Behrman
(802) 654-0730
adri.taylo-behrman@ccv.edu

Additional Information

Location: CCV St. Albans, 142 South Main St. As per CCV policy, please do not bring children to this training. In order to receive accommodations for disabilities, training participants must communicate with the Northern Lights at CCV Americans with Disabilities Coordinator (http://ccv.edu/discover-resources/students-with-disabilities/) at least two weeks before the training begins.

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February
23
Location: Winooski Training Type: In Person Special Topics: Basic Specialized Care ,

Basic Specialized Care

This 6 hour session is an introduction for early childhood providers who plan to support children and families who require additional support (as identified by the state of Vermont). It is required for all programs wishing to attain the "Basic Specialized Child Care Provider" status. Basic Specialized Services training is essential for serving children who have been victims of abuse or neglect. Topics covered include: typical child development, the impact of stress and abuse on development, red flags, working with families and the system, as well as mandated reporting responsibilities. Working with children with special needs is also touched upon.
Sponsor: Northern Lights at CCV
Instructor: Aricha Drury
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • Families & Communities
  • Healthy Environment & Nutrition
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • School-Age
Session Start Dates
Session Times
February 23, 2019
9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Total Hours

6

Cost

$ 15

Contact Information

Adri Taylo-Behrman
(802) 654-0730
adri.taylo-behrman@ccv.edu

Additional Information

Mandated Reporter training is required before taking Basic Specialized Care. The link for the free online Mandated Reporter training can be found here: https://dcf.vermont.gov/cdd/professional-development/requirements. Location: CCV in Winooski, 1 Abenaki Way. There will be a short break for lunch, so please bring a lunch or be prepared to purchase something nearby. Per CCV Policy, please do not bring children to this training. In order to receive accommodations for disabilities, training participants should communicate with the Northern Lights at CCV Americans with Disabilities Coordinator (http://ccv.edu/discover-resources/students-with-disabilities/) at least two weeks before trainings begin.(Scroll to the bottom of the list of centers on the linked page to find the Northern Lights at CCV link - do not contact the Academic Center directly).

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February
25
Location: Winooski Training Type: In Person Special Topics: Medication Administration ,

Medication Administration

The ​Medication ​Administration ​training ​is ​designed ​to ​help ​you ​safely ​administer ​medications ​to ​young ​children ​in ​your ​care. ​You ​will ​learn ​how ​to: ​demonstrate ​procedures ​for ​receiving, ​storing, ​preparing, ​administering, ​and ​documenting ​administration ​of ​medications; ​describe ​and ​demonstrate ​what ​to ​do ​for ​signs ​and ​symptoms ​of ​an ​asthma ​attack ​and ​allergic ​reaction; ​and ​describe ​symptoms ​of ​adverse ​reactions ​to ​medication ​and ​actions ​to ​take ​when ​they ​are ​observed. Training ​Objectives: ​Demonstrate ​procedures ​for ​receiving, ​storing, ​preparing, ​administering, ​and ​documenting ​administration ​of ​medications. ​Describe ​and ​demonstrate ​what ​to ​do ​for ​signs ​and ​symptoms ​of ​an ​asthma ​attack ​and ​allergic ​reaction. Describe ​symptoms ​of ​adverse ​reactions ​to ​medication ​and ​actions ​to ​take ​when ​they ​are ​observed.
Sponsor: Northern Lights at CCV
Instructor: Kary Towne
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Healthy Environment & Nutrition
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • School-Age
  • Program Directors/Managers
Session Start Dates
Session Times
February 25, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Total Hours

2.5

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Adri Taylo-Behrman
(802) 654-0730
adri.taylo-behrman@ccv.edu

Additional Information

Location: CCV Winooski, 1 Abenaki Way. As per CCV policy, we ask that you not bring children to this training. The Winooski City Parking Garage is located one block west from the CCV building and costs $1 per hour. Metered parking on the street is another option (cash or credit, using the kiosk). Please do not park in the CCV Visitor lot or in lots designated for neighboring businesses. In order to receive accommodations for disabilities, training participants must communicate with the Northern Lights at CCV Americans with Disabilities Coordinator (http://ccv.edu/discover-resources/students-with-disabilities/) at least two weeks before trainings begin.

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February
25
Location: Brattleboro Training Type: In Person Special Topics: Advanced Specialized Care ,

Social-Emotional Development of Infants and Toddlers

This ​training ​will ​describe ​social-emotional ​development, ​including ​self-concept ​and ​self-esteem ​for ​children ​in ​different ​stages ​of ​infancy/toddlerhood. ​ ​The ​role ​of ​relationships, ​the ​environment ​and ​curriculum ​will ​be ​discussed. ​ ​
Sponsor: Northern Lights at CCV
Instructor: Cathy Siggins
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • Healthy Environment & Nutrition
  • How We Teach
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
Session Start Dates
Session Times
February 25, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
March 4, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Total Hours

6

Cost

$ 15

Contact Information

Amelia Struthers
(802) 258-2097
amelia.struthers@ccv.edu

Additional Information

This training uses a 2+2+2 training design. There are three parts to this training: 1. A two-hour in-person training session; 2. A two-hour assignment practicing or implementing the training material; and 3. Another two-hour in-person training session focused on reflection and next steps related to the training material. To receive the full 6 training hours you must attend both in-person trainings and complete the independent assignment. Per CCV Policy, please do not bring children to this training. In order to receive accommodations for disabilities, training participants should communicate with the Northern Lights at CCV Americans with Disabilities Coordinator (http://ccv.edu/discover-resources/students-with-disabilities/) at least two weeks before trainings begin.(Scroll to the bottom of the list of centers on the linked page to find the Northern Lights at CCV link - do not contact the Academic Center directly).

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February
26
Location: Rutland Training Type: In Person

Healthy Snacking for Kids

Participants will learn about healthy, easy to prepare snacks for kids using fruits, vegetables, dairy and grains. Snacks provide a boost of energy throughout the day for kids, as well as add essential nutrients needed for growth and development. Participants will help to prepare the snacks and taste the finished product. This training will count towards the required annual 2 hour CACFP requirements.
Sponsor: OTHER
Instructor: Kate Bilinski from UVM Extension Service
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Healthy Environment & Nutrition
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • School-Age
Session Start Dates
Session Times
February 26, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Total Hours

2

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Liz King
(802) 775-3906
lizkingchildcare@yahoo.com

Additional Information

Please park at the back of Vermont Acievement Center on 88 Park St. Rutland, Vt.

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March
1
Location: Moretown Training Type: In Person Special Topics: Afterschool ,

Just Play

Come be PLAYFUL in this “Just Play” workshop. Leave your worries, responsibilities and general adultness at the door and participate as we not only discuss play, but fully engage in it. Plato said “You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation”…we have 2 hours. Let’s use every one of those minutes and tap into your inner kid and get lost in games, activities and discussion. Participants will discuss the benefits play can provide an individual as well as how it can be used to connect and grow group dynamics. Participants will observe and practice how games and activities can be modified to fit all ability levels and be inclusive to everyone and experience techniques and tactics that can be used for group management purposes.
Sponsor: Vermont Afterschool Inc
Instructor: Lee Barrett
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • How We Teach
  • What We Teach
Primary Audience
  • School-Age
Session Start Dates
Session Times
March 1, 2019
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Total Hours

2

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Kaitlin McDonagh
(802) 583-7854
kmcdonagh@wwsu.org

Additional Information

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March
4
Location: Middlebury Training Type: In Person

Being With What Is: Mindfulness, Loving Kindness, Self-Compassion

In this workshop participants will be introduced to mindfulness and loving kindness practices as a way of becoming more open to who we are in the moment and to the reality of the people around us. We will start by getting in touch with the body, acknowledging how things feel, and being comfortable with discomfort. We will explore the four noble truths. We will discuss the differences between Attention and Passivity and explore the relationship between Loving Kindness and Fearlessness. With frequent practice of these actions people can become calmer and more effective in the face of adversity. Learning Objectives – participants will: be introduced to the benefits of mindfulness and loving kindness practices; experience practices to develop mindfulness; set intentions and create a personalized mindfulness plan .
Sponsor: OTHER
Instructor: Jennifer Stefani
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Professionalism
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
Session Start Dates
Session Times
March 4, 2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Total Hours

2

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Amethyst Peaslee
(802) 388-2401
cscc1@sover.net

Additional Information

Meeting Location: Middlebury Congregational Church; 2 Main Street, Middlebury, VT. Lower Level.

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March
5
Location: St. Albans Training Type: In Person Special Topics: Advanced Specialized Care ,

Social-Emotional Development of Infants and Toddlers

This ​training ​will ​describe ​social-emotional ​development, ​including ​self-concept ​and ​self-esteem ​for ​children ​in ​different ​stages ​of ​infancy/toddlerhood. ​ ​The ​role ​of ​relationships, ​the ​environment ​and ​curriculum ​will ​be ​discussed. ​
Sponsor: Northern Lights at CCV
Instructor: Tana Randall
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • Healthy Environment & Nutrition
  • How We Teach
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
Session Start Dates
Session Times
March 5, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
March 12, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Total Hours

6

Cost

$ 15

Contact Information

Adri Taylo-Behrman
(802) 654-0730
adri.taylo-behrman@ccv.edu

Additional Information

Location: CCV in St. Albans, 142 South Main St.. This training uses a 2+2+2 training design. There are three parts to this training: 1. A two-hour in-person training session; 2. A two-hour assignment practicing or implementing the training material; and 3. Another two-hour in-person training session focused on reflection and next steps related to the training material. To receive the full 6 training hours you must attend both in-person trainings and complete the independent assignment. Per CCV Policy, please do not bring children to this training. In order to receive accommodations for disabilities, training participants should communicate with the Northern Lights at CCV Americans with Disabilities Coordinator (http://ccv.edu/discover-resources/students-with-disabilities/) at least two weeks before trainings begin.(Scroll to the bottom of the list of centers on the linked page to find the Northern Lights at CCV link - do not contact the Academic Center directly).

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March
6
Location: Newport Training Type: In Person Special Topics: Advanced Specialized Care ,

Trauma Informed Practice 1

This training includes trauma in early childhood, ACE’s, and the effects on children, families, and care providers.
Sponsor: Northern Lights at CCV
Instructor: Leanne Porter
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • Families & Communities
  • How We Teach
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
Session Start Dates
Session Times
March 6, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
March 20, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Total Hours

6

Cost

$ 15

Contact Information

Joanne Rouleau, Resource Advisor
(802) 751-0228
joanne.rouleau01@ccv.edu

Additional Information

This Training is at the Newport CCV, 100 Main Street. Instructor: Leanne Porter. This training uses a 2+2+2 training design. There are three parts to this training: 1. A two-hour in-person training session; 2. A two-hour assignment practicing or implementing the training material; and 3. Another two-hour in-person training session focused on reflection and next steps related to the training material. To receive the full 6 training hours you must attend both in-person trainings and complete the independent assignment. In order to receive accommodations for disabilities, training participants must communicate with the Northern Lights at CCV Americans with Disabilities Coordinator (http://ccv.edu/discover-resources/students-with-disabilities/). To allow reasonable time for arranging services, participants should communicate with the ADA coordinator at least two weeks before training begins. Maximum participants 16, minimum 8. Per CCV Policy, please do not bring children to this training.

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