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April
23
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
April 23, 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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April
23
Location: Rutland Training Type: In Person

Rutland Starting Points Community of Practice: Yoga

The Starting Points Networks of Rutland County would like to invite you to our 2019 Community of Practice! This year we will be focusing on Compassion Fatigue, Staff Burnout and How to Care for Ourselves. In order to participate in this Community of Practice, we will be requiring you to attend at least 4 out of the six events being held throughout the year. Chyna Boise, consultant from Rutland Mental Health, will be our facilitator and will join us each month. Some months are time for conversation, other months will be a training to provide techniques on how to care for ourselves while caring for children going through crisis. Chyna Boise, M.S., Children’s Services Clinician at RMHS will be our facilitator for the entire Community of Practice. She will guide us in discussions and support the work we do in this important series. The schedule is as follows: March 28: Kick off our Community of Practice with open discussion about the stressors we face everyday and how we handle them. April 23: Yoga!! Come with a mat (not required) and proper attire for an hour of relaxing Yoga with licensed Yoga instructor Betsy Franzoni! May 21: This evening Becky Millard will be presenting a training on Mindfulness and Meditation. We will be taking the months of June and July off for summer vacation! August 6: We will reconvene with conversation about how our summers are going and what we are doing to care for ourselves. In September we will be having a full day training from NFI Vermont, Inc Family Center. Please look this great program up on the web; I will send out more details when I get the agenda for the day. The date right now is either September 7 or 21. Watch for further details!! October 1: Wrap up discussions, where do we go from here?
Sponsor: OTHER
Instructor: Chyna Boise-Facilitator, Betsy Franzoni Yoga Instructor
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Healthy Environment & Nutrition
  • Professionalism
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • School-Age
  • Instructors of Adults
  • Mentors/Coaches
  • Program Directors/Managers
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 23, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Total Hours

2

Cost

$ 10

Contact Information

Melinda Pearson
(802) 775-2395
mpearson@vacvt.org

Additional Information

All sessions will take place at the CVPS/Leahy Conference Center at the Rutland Hospital. A light meal/snacks will be served at each session. The date for September may change to September 21, this site will be updated if this happens.

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April
23
Location: St. Johnsbury Training Type: In Person

Nutrition Toolkit: How to Share Nutrition Information with Families

A Dual "Train the Trainer" Experience including Parent Toolkit: How to Share Nutrition Information with the Parents of the Children in Your Care and Tiny Tastes: Introducing Flavorful Nutrition to Children under Three, A Guide for Parents and Childcare Providers.
Sponsor: OTHER
Instructor: Ginger Farineau from Hunger Free Vermont
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Families & Communities
  • Healthy Environment & Nutrition
  • How We Teach
  • Professionalism
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • School-Age
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 23, 2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Total Hours

2

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Pat Siergiey
(802) 477-5173
psiergiey@capstonevt.org

Additional Information

Training is at the Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital in St. Johnsbury. Please call to sign up 802 477-5173. This training will count towards the required annual 2 hour CACFP requirements.

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April
23
Location: St. Johnsbury 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. This training meets the Advanced Specialized Care Training requirements.
Sponsor: Northern Lights at CCV
Instructor: Chris Nelson
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • Healthy Environment & Nutrition
  • How We Teach
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 23, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
April 30, 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 CCV in the Computer lab on the third floor. There is free parking behind the building. 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 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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April
24
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
April 24, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Total Hours

2.5

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Rose 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 ​16. ​ ​Minimum ​enrollment: ​8.

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April
24
Location: Stratton Training Type: In Person

Never Too Early: Early Literacy Development

The Never Too Early literacy program brings childcare providers together for training sessions to learn about children’s language and early literacy development and instructive and engaging ways to share books with children. Each of the program’s components-all structured as lively book discussion and activity workshops-provides wonderful age-appropriate books suitable for use with infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. Experienced early childhood professionals conduct trainings state wide. Trainings are free to childcare providers and other early care and education professionals. Literacy learning begins at birth and is a cornerstone for later academic achievement and lifelong opportunities. Early literacy includes all activities involved in speaking, listening, reading, writing, and oral. Early childhood professionals with families are key to creating meaningful opportunities for young children to develop early literacy skills, the love of reading and writing, the participation in meaningful conversations, and the strengthening of relationships with the adults in their lives. This two-part workshop enables early educators to identify the components of quality children’s literature for ages birth to six; b) plan how to use children’s books to both launch and enhance all areas of the curriculum; and c) practice reading and using quality literature to help children develop and express their early literacy skills.
Sponsor: Vermont Humanities Council
Instructor: Jill Koppers
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
April 24, 2019
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
May 1, 2019
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Total Hours

6

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Alison Palmer
(802) 262-1352
apalmer@vermonthumanities.org

Additional Information

Participants attend two, 2-hour sessions a week or more apart, and practice their new knowledge and skills using the books between sessions. At the workshops, participants receive quality children’s books at no cost.

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April
25
Location: Middlebury 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: Daphne Leahemmer
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
April 25, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Total Hours

2.5

Cost

Free

Contact Information

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

Additional Information

Location: CCV in Middlebury, 10 Merchants Row, Suite 223. 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 the training begins.

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April
25
Location: Morristown Training Type: In Person Special Topics: Advanced Specialized Care ,

Nurturing Healthy Sexual Development

Gain information and skills to develop and maintain open communication with children, identify and respond to normal as well as concerning sexual behaviors in children, answer children’s questions, and give children positive messages. Nurturing healthy sexual development plays an important role in protecting children from sexual abuse and/or developing sexually abusive behaviors. Participants will: a) summarize healthy sexual behaviors of children at different developmental stages; b) give examples of how to nurture healthy sexual development in children. This program is for teachers and care givers of children of all ages, with a particular emphasis on infants through after school.
Sponsor: Prevent Child Abuse Vermont
Instructor: Natanya Vanderlaan
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • Families & Communities
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • School-Age
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 25, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Total Hours

2

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Natanya Vanderlaan
(802) 498-0618
natanya@pcavt.org

Additional Information

This training will be held at Lamoille Family Center. Please contact via email if you have any further questions.

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April
25
Location: Rutland Training Type: In Person

Mandala Stone Painting

Mandala stone painting can be a great activity for centering and self-soothing as well as a way to express oneself. This type of technique derives from Buddhist culture. It can be a form of art therapy for children and adults where the focus is on the process, not the finished product. Please join us for an evening of creativity, self-care, and connecting with your community. This therapeutic activity will be great to use with students and children you work with!
Sponsor: OTHER
Instructor: Gabrielle Hayward
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Healthy Environment & Nutrition
  • How We Teach
  • What We Teach
  • Professionalism
Primary Audience
  • Preschool/PreK
  • School-Age
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 25, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Total Hours

2

Cost

$ 5.00

Contact Information

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

Additional Information

A light snack of fruit and dessert will be served. The instructor will supply all materials needed. Please park at the back of the building at VAC, 88 Park St., Rutland - use Mitchell Therapy Pool entrance and drive to back of building.

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April
27
Location: Morristown 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: Mandi Menard
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • Families & Communities
  • Healthy Environment & Nutrition
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • School-Age
  • Program Directors/Managers
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 27, 2019
9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Total Hours

6

Cost

$ 15

Contact Information

Joanne Rouleau
(802) 751-0228
joanne.rouleau01@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: Morrisville CCV, 197 Harrel Street. 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). There is a 30 minute lunch break included in the scheduled time.

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April
27
Location: Georgia Training Type: In Person Special Topics: Afterschool ,

The Kid Who Won’t… Moving from Managing Behaviors to Engagement

This two hour interactive workshop will focus on why young people misbehave and how the culture and structure of your program impacts that. Participants will learn and practice utilizing choice language, as well as develop a toolkit of calls and responses, and transition time practices. Participants will have a deeper understanding of how to use praise and proximity as well as how to set boundaries and rules that stick. Participants will gain a deeper understanding how to set structure that includes youth voice and minimizes unwanted behavior. Participants will be able to process youth's choices and create a culture of self-awareness and responsibility.
Sponsor: Vermont Afterschool Inc
Instructor: Katrina Kretschmar
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • How We Teach
Primary Audience
  • School-Age
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 27, 2019
9:00 am - 11:00 am
Total Hours

2

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Amanda Lavertu
(480) 338-4837
alavertu@gbymca.org

Additional Information

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April
27
Location: Georgia Training Type: In Person Special Topics: Afterschool ,

Family (Engagement) Matters

This two-hour workshop focuses on family engagement and how to partner with parents for more effective programming. During this workshop participants will reflect on the current relationships they have with parents and how to strengthen them. They will reflect on their assumptions and develop strategies to engage families in different aspects of program. Participants will learn the importance of building the relationship first then partnering with parents on behavior when appropriate. Participants will also discuss the importance of confidentiality and messages we send parents (intentionally or not). Participants will develop a family engagement plan. Participants will better understand a parent's perspective and motivations.
Sponsor: Vermont Afterschool Inc
Instructor: Katrina Kretschmar
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Families & Communities
  • How We Teach
Primary Audience
  • School-Age
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 27, 2019
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Total Hours

2

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Amanda Lavertu
(480) 338-4837
alavertu@gbymca.org

Additional Information

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April
29
Location: Brattleboro Training Type: In Person Special Topics: Advanced Specialized Care ,

Plugged In: The Viewing of Pornography by Children

Children are now growing up in a world saturated by sexual imagery, internet access, and, frequently, pornography. This could be very different from the world their caregivers and teachers grew up in! As part of protecting children from harm, adults in this workshop will: a) analyze the potential impacts of pornography on healthy sexual development; b) summarize potential healthy responses to the viewing of pornography by children. Tools will be provided to help families, teachers, and caregivers consider their options when it comes to helping to protect children from harmful messaging as well as to nurture healthy sexual development. This program is particularly for infant through after school (children up to 12 years old) teachers and care givers, and those who support them.
Sponsor: Prevent Child Abuse Vermont
Instructor: Natanya Vanderlaan
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • Families & Communities
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • School-Age
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 29, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Total Hours

2

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Natanya Vanderlaan
(802) 498-0618
natanya@pcavt.org

Additional Information

This training will be held at Brooks Memorial Library. Please contact via email if you have any further questions.

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April
29
Location: Bennington Training Type: Hybrid

Life Lessons Through Literature: Never Too Early Literacy Training

Literacy learning begins at birth and is a cornerstone for later academic achievement and lifelong opportunities. Early literacy includes all activities involved in speaking, listening, reading, writing and appreciating both spoken and written language. Early Childhood Professionals with families are key to creating meaningful opportunities for young children to develop early literacy skills and the love of reading and writing. This two-part workshop enables early educators to a)identify the components of quality children’s literature for ages birth to six; b)plan how to use children’s books to both launch and enhance all areas of the curriculum; and c)practice reading and using quality literature to help children develop and express their early literacy skills. Participants must attend both sessions and practice using the books between sessions. Participants will receive a set of quality children’s books. This training is open to all early childhood providers in the Bennington County region.
Sponsor: Bennington Early Childhood Center
Instructor: Amelia Struthers
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • How We Teach
  • What We Teach
Primary Audience
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 29, 2019
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
May 6, 2019
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Total Hours

6

Cost

$ 5

Contact Information

Alyson Grzyb
(802) 447-1093
alyruby@gmail.com

Additional Information

This training will take place at the Bennington Early Childhood Center, 1506 Harwood Hill Rd, Bennington. The cost is $5 per person unless you have an annual membership to Bennington County Starting Points, in which case it is free. Snacks will be provided.

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April
30
Location: Newport Training Type: In Person

Growing Up Wild: Curriculum with Vermont Fish and Wildlife

Growing Up Wild is an early childhood education program that builds on children’s sense of wonder about nature and invites them to explore wildlife and the world around them. Through a wide range of activities and experiences, Growing Up WILD provides an early foundation for developing positive impressions about the natural world and lifelong social and academic skills. This is a curriculum training on nature and wildlife, with hands on activities, handouts and books. Activities to engage children in involving gross and fine motor, math and science, exploration, problem solving, cognitive thinking and more. We will be inside and outside during this training.
Sponsor: Northeast Kingdom Providers Association (NEKPA)
Instructor: Alison Thomas
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • How We Teach
  • What We Teach
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • School-Age
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 30, 2019
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Total Hours

3.5

Cost

Free

Contact Information

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

Additional Information

North Country Career Center, Veterans Ave., Newport, VT, Room 380. You will receive a free book to take home with curriculum.

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April
30
Location: Barre Training Type: In Person

Menu Planning 101

This training will cover the basics of menu planning to ensure you are meeting the CACFP requirements. It will include nutrition tips to enhance the quality of your menus as well as an overview of cycle and preplanned menus.
Sponsor: OTHER
Instructor: Pat Siergiey
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Healthy Environment & Nutrition
  • Program Organization
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • School-Age
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 30, 2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Total Hours

2

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Pat Siergiey
(802) 477-5173
psiergiey@capstonevt.org

Additional Information

Training is at Capstone Community Action - 20 Gable Place in Barre. Please call or email to sign up.

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April
30
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
April 30, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Total Hours

2.5

Cost

Free

Contact Information

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

Additional Information

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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April
30
Location: Rutland Training Type: In Person Special Topics: Advanced Specialized Care ,

Nurturing Healthy Sexual Development

Gain information and skills to develop and maintain open communication with children, identify and respond to normal as well as concerning sexual behaviors in children, answer children’s questions, and give children positive messages. Nurturing healthy sexual development plays an important role in protecting children from sexual abuse and/or developing sexually abusive behaviors. Participants will: a) summarize healthy sexual behaviors of children at different developmental stages; b) give examples of how to nurture healthy sexual development in children. This program is for teachers and care givers of children of all ages, with a particular emphasis on infants through after school.
Sponsor: Prevent Child Abuse Vermont
Instructor: Natanya Vanderlaan
Scholarship: No
Conference: No
Core Knowledge Area
  • Child Development
  • Families & Communities
Primary Audience
  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/PreK
  • School-Age
Session Start Dates
Session Times
April 30, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Total Hours

2

Cost

Free

Contact Information

Natanya Vanderlaan
(802) 498-0618
natanya@pcavt.org

Additional Information

This training will be held at CVPS Leahy Community Health Education Center. Please contact via email if you have any further questions.

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