Meets the Family Child Care provider annual supervision training requirement. The audience for this course is intended for new immigrant and refugee family child care programs. This training curriculum will identify MN Rule 2 Licensing standards, National Association of Family Child Care standards, and best practices regarding supervision in inclusive family child care settings; examine…

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Learn about the Child Care Aware of MN statewide Professional Development system, how to receive training opportunities as an Achieved approved trainer, trainer support resources, as well as policies and procedures around registration, attendance, professional conduct etc. This course is offered online as an anytime learning module.

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Este entrenamiento acerca del tema el traumatismo craneoencefálico por maltrato cumple con los requisitos nuevos del Estado dirigido para los cuidadores que trabajan en guarderías en casa. El currículo cubre los síntomas y consecuencias del traumatismo craneoencefálico por maltrato, identifica estrategias de manejar la frustración y estrés y repasa el denuncio obligatorio del abuso infantil…

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This series based course for experienced providers meets the Licensing in-service requirements as well as the health and safety requirements from the Child Care Development Fund. Participants will explore MN Rule 3 licensing standards and best practices around supervision challenges experienced by child care centers. We’ll look at strategies a child care providers can implement…

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Discover how active involvement in a local community is key to carrying out a mission of community service. Determine how through community involvement, collaborating, partnering and clearly developing and interpreting their brand, child care programs can strengthen their organizations, build enrollment and build support for early education in their communities.

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Identify and illustrate knowledge of each step in the employee life cycle – recruitment; selection; orientation (on boarding); supervision and development; and retention. Through reading, video, discussion, and practical application activities participants development skills needed to manage the most important program resource – the center staff.

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The Trainer Orientation – Module 2 will help you define the requirements of the trainer agreement and what it means to be an approved trainer in Minnesota. Participants will identify the supports available to trainers and how to be successful and competent. This is an Anytime Learning module.

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