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May
29
Location: Essex Training Type: In Person Special Topics: Advanced Specialized Care ,

Vicarious Impact: The Risks and Rewards of Working with Vulnerable Populations

This training is designed to focus on the various ways professionals are impacted by working with vulnerable populations in the helping field. The training includes a thorough exploration of the impact of adversity on individuals and organizations. Participants will understand why workers are at risk for a host of challenges related to working with individuals impacted by adversity. It will also explore the concept of “Vicarious Resilience” or the hopeful ways we are changed by the work we do. Lastly, this training discusses the ways in which workers benefit from building their own resiliency in relation to the work. Participants will have an opportunity to complete a self-assessments of their own level of fatigue as well as a thorough self-care plan that attends to 6 domains of life and health.
Sponsor: OTHER
Instructor: Kaitlin Zura
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • Professionalism
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • Mentors/Coaches
  • Program Directors/Managers
Session Start Dates
Session Times
May 29, 2019
9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Total Hours

6

Cost

$ 95

Contact Information

Aricha Drury
(802) 863-3367
adrury@childcareresource.org

Additional Information

Includes breakfast and lunch. Training held at Essex Alliance Church, 37 Old Stage Rd, Essex Junction, VT 05452. Registration and breakfast begins at 8:30. Register online: https://www.childcareresource.org/for-providers/professional-development-opportunities/

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May
29
Location: Rutland Training Type: In Person Special Topics: Advanced Specialized Care ,

Trauma Informed Practice I

This ​training ​includes ​trauma ​in ​early ​childhood, ​ACEs, ​and ​the ​effects ​on ​children, ​families, ​and ​care ​providers.
Sponsor: Northern Lights at CCV
Instructor: Jeanne Kaczka-Valliere
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
May 29, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
June 5, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Total Hours

6

Cost

$ 15

Contact Information

Rose Morrison
(802) 445-0617
rosemary.morrison@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). Parking: You may use the Rutland Multi-Model Transit Center Garage, which is located on West Street, less than a block away from CCV’s main entrance. The Rutland Multi-Model Transit Center Garage is open from 6:00am—11:00pm, and costs about $3 per day. There are also long-term parking meters on Court Street and free on-street parking on Elm and Church Streets a short distance away.

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May
29
Location: Rutland 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: Ann Bannister
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
May 29, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Total Hours

2.5

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Rosemary Morrison
(802) 445-0617
rosemary.morrison@ccv.edu

Additional Information

CCV Room 306. 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 training 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). Parking: You may use the Rutland Multi-Model Transit Center Garage, which is located on West Street, less than a block away from CCV’s main entrance. The Rutland Multi-Model Transit Center Garage is open from 6:00am—11:00pm, and costs about $3 per day. There are also long-term parking meters on Court Street and free on-street parking on Elm and Church Streets a short distance away.

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May
30
Location: St. Albans Training Type: In Person Special Topics: Advanced Specialized Care ,

Reflective Practice for Directors and Mentors

This training will explore what Reflective Practice is and how it can benefit your work with others in the early childhood professional field. The first session will focus on reflective practice as a director or mentor, and the second will focus on guiding and instructing others toward reflective practice. This training meets the Advanced Specialized Care training requirement.
Sponsor: Northern Lights at CCV
Instructor: Judy Bergeron
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Professionalism
  • Program Organization
Primary Audience
  • Mentors/Coaches
  • Program Directors/Managers
Session Start Dates
Session Times
May 30, 2019
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
June 13, 2019
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Total Hours

6

Cost

$ 15

Contact Information

Adri Taylo-Behrman
(802) 654-0730
adri.taylo-behrman@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 sessions 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 training begins. Location: CCV St. Albans, 142 South Main St.

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May
31
Location: Waterbury Training Type: In Person

Incorporating Vermont Quality Tools and Frameworks in Your Courses: A Master Class for Faculty and PD Providers

Are you preparing learners who are familiar with Vermont’s widely used tools and frameworks? This Master Class will provide the inside scoop on frameworks (e.g., the Vermont Early Learning Standards/VELS) and tools (the Teaching Strategies GOLD™ Assessment System, the Classroom Assessment Scoring System/CLASS®, Ages and Stages Questionnaires™). Participants will leave with overviews, PowerPoints, and ideas for incorporating these essential resources in courses they teach.
Sponsor: OTHER
Instructor: Camille Catlett
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • How We Teach
  • What We Teach
  • Professionalism
Primary Audience
  • Instructors of Adults
Session Start Dates
Session Times
May 31, 2019
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Total Hours

6

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Camille Catlett
(919) 824-6842
camille.catlett@unc.edu

Additional Information

Participants must register in advance. Because the Master Class will be held in a government office building, a roster must be submitted in advance and no one will be able to register on site.

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May
31
Location: Bennington Training Type: In Person

Engaging Children in Conversations

Participants will practice and apply strategies teachers can use to engage children in meaningful conversations.
Sponsor: OTHER
Instructor: Marie Hawley
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • How We Teach
  • What We Teach
Primary Audience
Session Start Dates
Session Times
May 31, 2019
2:45 pm - 4:00 pm
Total Hours

1.25

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Lynne Teker
(802) 442-3686
lteker@ucsvt.org

Additional Information

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May
31
Location: Bennington Training Type: In Person

FLIP IT

FLIP IT is a strategy, brought to us by the Devereaux Foundation, that offers a simple, kind, strengths-based, commonsense and effective four step process to address children's day to day challenging behavior. The four steps are embodied in the FLIP-IT mnemonic, which stands for Feelings, Limits, Inquiries, and Prompts. FLIP IT is nothing new, but transforms best practice into a strategy that is easy to remember, applicable in a variety of challenging situations, and is portable.
Sponsor: Bennington Early Childhood Center
Instructor: Tammy Goddard
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • How We Teach
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
Session Start Dates
Session Times
May 31, 2019
12:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Total Hours

3.5

Cost

$ 15

Contact Information

Robin Stromgren
(802) 447-2887
rstromgren@buildingrightfutures.org

Additional Information

This training will be held in the Krispe Room at the back of the Vermont Veteran's Home on North St in Bennington. The cost is $15, unless you have a Bennington County Starting Points annual membership in which case it is $10. Checks should be made out to Bennington Early Childhood Center and mailed to Robin Stromgren, AHS Field Services, Suite 7, 200 Veterans Memorial Drive, Bennington, VT 05201. If you would like to pre-order a resource book there is an additional cost of $14.95. The same training is being offered on two dates - May 31 and June 1 - you only need to attend one!

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June
1
Location: Bennington Training Type: In Person

FLIP IT

FLIP IT is a strategy, brought to us by the Devereaux Foundation, that offers a simple, kind, strengths-based, commonsense and effective four step process to address children's day to day challenging behavior. The four steps are embodied in the FLIP-IT mnemonic, which stands for Feelings, Limits, Inquiries, and Prompts. FLIP IT is nothing new, but transforms best practice into a strategy that is easy to remember, applicable in a variety of challenging situations, and is portable.
Sponsor: Bennington Early Childhood Center
Instructor: Tammy Goddard
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • How We Teach
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
Session Start Dates
Session Times
June 1, 2019
8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Total Hours

3.5

Cost

$ 15

Contact Information

Robin Stromgren
(802) 447-2887
rstromgren@buildingrightfutures.org

Additional Information

This training will be held in the Krispe Room at the back of the Vermont Veteran's Home on North St in Bennington. The cost is $15, unless you have a Bennington County Starting Points annual membership in which case it is $10. Checks should be made out to Bennington Early Childhood Center and mailed to Robin Stromgren, AHS Field Services, Suite 7, 200 Veterans Memorial Drive, Bennington, VT 05201. If you would like to pre-order a resource book there is an additional cost of $14.95. The same training is being offered on two dates - May 31 and June 1 - you only need to attend one!

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June
3
Location: Middlebury 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/toddler-hood. ​ ​The ​role ​of ​relationships, ​the ​environment ​and ​curriculum ​will ​be ​discussed.
Sponsor: Northern Lights at CCV
Instructor: Linda January
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • Healthy Environment & Nutrition
  • How We Teach
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
Session Start Dates
Session Times
June 3, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
June 10, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Total Hours

6

Cost

$ 15

Contact Information

Rose Morrison
(802) 445-0617
rosemary.morrison@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 training's 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 training's 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). Location: CCV in Middlebury, 10 Merchants Row, Suite 223.

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June
3
Location: Morristown Training Type: In Person Special Topics: Advanced Specialized Care ,

Reflective Practice for Directors and Mentors

This training will focus on reflective practice as it relates to working with others in the early childhood professional field. The first session will focus on reflective practice as a director or mentor, and the second will focus on guiding and instructing others toward reflective practice.
Sponsor: Northern Lights at CCV
Instructor: Christina Strobridge
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Professionalism
  • Program Organization
Primary Audience
  • Mentors/Coaches
  • Program Directors/Managers
Session Start Dates
Session Times
June 3, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
June 10, 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

Morrisville CCV at 197 Harrel Street. 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. ​ Fee: ​$15 ​for ​both ​in ​person ​sessions ​is ​payable ​by ​credit/debit ​card ​only. As ​per ​CCV ​policy, ​please ​do ​not ​bring ​children ​to ​this ​training. ​ Class ​size ​is ​limited ​to ​15. ​Minimum ​enrollment: ​8. ​ 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.

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June
3
Location: Brattleboro Training Type: In Person Special Topics: Advanced Specialized Care ,

Trauma Informed Practice I

This training includes trauma in early childhood, ACE’s, and the effects on children, families, and care providers.
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
June 3, 2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
June 10, 2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Total Hours

6

Cost

$ 15

Contact Information

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

Additional Information

Location: CCV Brattleboro, 42 Harmony Place, Brattleboro, VT 05346. 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/) at least two weeks before trainings begin. As per CCV policy, we ask that you not bring children to this training.

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June
4
Location: Montpelier 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: Meredith Kitfield. RN
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
June 4, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Total Hours

2.5

Cost

Free

Contact Information

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

Additional Information

Location: Montpelier CCV, 660 Elm Street. 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 trainings begin.

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June
4
Location: Winooski Training Type: In Person Special Topics: Advanced Specialized Care ,

Social-Emotional Development of Infants and Toddlers

Social-Emotional Development of Infants and Toddlers provides strong foundational information about social-emotional milestones for infants and toddlers and the role adults play in helping young children establish positive and rewarding relationships with others. Participants will discuss using a social-emotional lens to examine environments and to analyze lesson plans.
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
June 4, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
June 11, 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

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 sessions 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 training begins. Location: CCV Winooski (1 Abenaki Way), Room 415. Parking is available in the Winooski City Parking Garage, one block west of CCV, or in metered spots on the street (cash or credit/debit card, using the kiosk). Please do not park in the CCV Visitor lot or in lots designated for neighboring businesses.

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June
5
Location: Shelburne Training Type: In Person

Helping the Helpers

How do we encourage, enhance, and empower the human relationships around children and youth in adversity. Real and lasting change can start with finding what ordinary people do extraordinarily well with children in simple, everyday moments. In this workshop session, we practice an approach to understand practice, program, and policy that rely on capturing and learning from everyday, “simple interactions”, in a variety of child development settings. We explore how this approach may complement and support the larger work of professional development and system change in early childhood education. Learning Objectives 1. Using the “simple interactions tool” identify four inter-related elements of development human interactions in everyday practice. 2. Expand the concept of “simple interactions” to imagine how it applies to system-level thinking about programs and policies. 3. Learn to apply the relationship-focused theory of change to practical and policy questions in serving children and families.
Sponsor: Northern Lights at CCV
Instructor: Dr. Junlei Li, Senior Fellow of the Fred Rogers Center and faculty of Harvard Graduate School of Education
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • How We Teach
  • Professionalism
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • Program Directors/Managers
Session Start Dates
Session Times
June 5, 2019
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Total Hours

1.5

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Kim Keiser
(802) 496-4844
keiserkim@gmail.com

Additional Information

This workshop will be presented as part of the 2019 Turrell Fund Day for Children event being held at Shelburne Farms Coach Barn. Individuals wanting to attend the workshop are encouraged to attend the full day event and can register on the Vermont Children’s Trust Foundation’s website at https://vtchildrenstrust.org. Registration for the full event, including the workshop, is $10.00. For those who want to only attend the workshop, there is no fee. Please contact Kim Keiser, Vermont Director for the Turrell Fund, directly to register. Phone: 802-496-4844. Email: kimk@turrellfund.org Parking is provided on site and for those attending the full TFDFC event, lunch is provided.

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June
6
Location: Chelsea Training Type: In Person

Helping the Helpers

How do we encourage, enhance, and empower the human relationships around children and youth in adversity. Real and lasting change can start with finding what ordinary people do extraordinarily well with children in simple, everyday moments. In this workshop session, we practice an approach to understand practice, program, and policy that rely on capturing and learning from everyday, “simple interactions”, in a variety of child development settings. We explore how this approach may complement and support the larger work of professional development and system change in early childhood education. Learning Objectives 1. Using the “simple interactions tool” identify four inter-related elements of development human interactions in everyday practice. 2. Expand the concept of “simple interactions” to imagine how it applies to system-level thinking about programs and policies. 3. Learn to apply the relationship-focused theory of change to practical and policy questions in serving children and families.
Sponsor: Northern Lights at CCV
Instructor: Dr. Junlei Li, Senior Fellow of the Fred Rogers Center and faculty of Harvard Graduate School of Education
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • How We Teach
  • Professionalism
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • Program Directors/Managers
Session Start Dates
Session Times
June 6, 2019
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Total Hours

1.5

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Mary Ellen Otis
(802) 685-2264
maryellen@orangecountypcc.org

Additional Information

Turrell Fund is broadening access to Dr. Li's visit to Vermont by offering this workshop in Orange County. For more information on all Turrell Fund events in June, visit https://vtchildrenstrust.org/turrell-fund-events-june-4-6 This event on June 6th is at the Orange County Parent Child Center, 361 VT Rte. 110, Chelsea, VT 05038. Participants will receive 1.5 professional development training hours for attending the workshop. Lunch and a tour of the building will also be included. Parking is available on-site and there is no fee for this event. To register please contact Mary Ellen Otis at maryellen@orangecounty pcc.org. Phone: 802-685-2264

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June
6
Location: Bennington 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: Nancy Coleman
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Healthy Environment & Nutrition
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • Instructors of Adults
  • Program Directors/Managers
Session Start Dates
Session Times
June 6, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Total Hours

2.5

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Rosemary Morrison
(802) 445-0617
rosemary.morrison@ccv.edu

Additional Information

Training located at CCV, Room 215. As ​per ​CCV ​policy, ​please ​do ​not ​bring ​children ​to ​this ​training. Class ​size ​is ​limited ​to ​15. ​ ​Minimum ​enrollment: ​8. 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 training's 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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June
8
Location: Berlin Training Type: In Person Special Topics: First Aid and/or CPR ,

Heartsaver First Aid/CPR/AED Pediatric and Adult

American Heart Association Heartsaver® First Aid CPR/AED course covers CPR/AED for adults and children and First Aid, including relief from choking, seizures, heart attack, diabetic emergencies, allergic reactions, EpiPen use, burns, bites, poisoning, broken bones, bleeding control, bandaging, glove removal, temperature-related emergencies, and how to aid with other life-threatening conditions. This course is for new or renewing/recertifying students.
Sponsor: OTHER
Instructor: Tamara McLaughlin
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Healthy Environment & Nutrition
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • School-Age
  • Instructors of Adults
  • Mentors/Coaches
  • Program Directors/Managers
Session Start Dates
Session Times
June 8, 2019
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Total Hours

4

Cost

$ 86

Contact Information

Tamara McLaughlin
(802) 878-2444
Tamara@VTSafetyNet.com

Additional Information

This training is at the Central Vermont Medical Center in conference Room #1. PLEASE ARRIVE 10 MINUTES PRIOR TO CLASS TO COMPLETE CERTIFICATION PAPERWORK. FEEL FREE TO BRING A NUT-FREE SNACK AND WATER. ALLOW TIME FOR TRAFFIC, PARKING, AND LOCATING CLASS. I look forward to meeting you at class. Be well, Tamara.

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June
8
Location: Montpelier Training Type: In Person

Early Multi Tiered System of Support (Pyramid Model) Module

Early MTSS Module 1: Session 1: Building Nurturing and Responsive Relationships. Building nurturing and responsive relationships are more than interactions. Participants will learn why relationships are more complex than interactions, and how repeated similar interactions over time build a meaningful relationship. Interactions that are respectful, responsive and reciprocal create quality relationships that are nurturing and respectful. Learn and practice how building relationships with children, co-workers and families build trust, create a positive working environment and increase parental involvement.
Sponsor: OTHER
Instructor: Jacqueline M Sprague
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • How We Teach
  • What We Teach
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
Session Start Dates
Session Times
June 8, 2019
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Total Hours

4

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Jacqueline M Sprague
(802) 238-2901
jackie@sprague.org

Additional Information

This training is for staff of the Family Center of Washington County.

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