Child Care Resource Network 2014-2015 Fall - The Job Council

Page 1: All County required trainings ● Page 2: Information on CCRN trainings in Medford
and Klamath ● Page 3: Trainings in Grants Pass ● Page 4: Trainings in Spanish and online
Class Description
Location
OCC applications and criminal background forms
will be distributed during the class.
For Enrollment see Contact Information below.
CKC: Program Management; 3 hours (Set One).
License Exempt in Home & Relative Care
(LEHRC, formerly FFN) Orientation
Medford
Recognizing and Reporting
Child Abuse and Neglect
Required for licensing through OCC and enhanced rates
through DHS. Covers definitions and indicators of abuse
and mandatory reporting requirements for early childhood
professionals. No person under 16 allowed in class.
For Enrollment see Contact Information below.
CKC: Health, Safety & Nutrition ; 3 hours (Set One).
CPR (Adult & Pediatric) and First Aid
Required for licensing through OCC and enhanced rates
through DHS. Card is valid for 2 years from date of training.
Enrollment SECURED with Payment: Class sizes limited!
With payment, provide your name, class date, and phone
number. NSF charges will be added in addition to class cost.
For Enrollment see Contact Information below.
CKC: Health, Safety & Nutrition ; 5 hours (Set One).
Food Handler Card
Wednesday, Nov 12, 6:00pm-9:00pm
Wednesday, Dec 10, 9:00am-Noon
Grants Pass
Klamath Falls
Lakeview
Medford
For Home-Based Providers who are DHS listed and OCC
Unlicensed/Exempt. Get a higher rate of pay through DHS. Grants Pass
Learn what union membership means to you and what
services are available through Child Care Resource Network. Klamath Falls
For Enrollment see Contact Information below.
CKC: Program Management; 1.5 hours (Set One)
Cost
Wednesday, Oct 8, 9:00am-Noon
Family Child Care Overview
Learn how to become a Registered Child Care Provider.
Information will be presented on state regulations, home
inspection, best business practices, as well as resources
and services available in our local area.
Date & Time
Lakeview
FREE
Wednesday, Oct 15, 9:00am-Noon
Thursday, Oct 9, 10:00am-1:00pm
Thursday, Dec 11, 11:00am-2:00pm
To Be Scheduled - Call For More Info
Friday, Oct. 17, 9:00am - 11:00am
Friday, Dec 5, 9:00am - 11:00am
Thursday, Oct 30, 9:00am - 11:00am
FREE
Saturday, Nov 8, 10:00am-Noon
Friday, Oct 3, 11:00am -1:00pm
Saturday, Oct 25, 2:00pm-5:00pm*
Medford
Friday, Nov 7, 9:00am-Noon
Saturday, Dec 13, 2:00pm-5:00pm*
Grants Pass
Saturday, Nov 1, 2:00pm-5:00pm*
Klamath Falls
Saturday, Nov 15, 2:00pm-5:00pm*
Lakeview
As Requested—Call For More Info
Saturday, Oct 25, 7:45am-1:00pm*
Medford
Saturday, Nov 8, 7:45am-1:00pm
Saturday, Dec 13, 7:45am-1:00pm*
Grants Pass
Saturday, Nov 1, 7:45am-1:00pm*
$10.00
Payable to
The Job
Council
$45.00
Payable to
First
Response
Saturday, Oct 18, 8:30am-1:30pm
Klamath Falls
Saturday, Nov 15, 8:30am-1:30pm*
Saturday, Dec 6, 8:30am-1:30pm
Lakeview
$50.00
Payable to
Mike Lund
As Requested—Call For More Info
Go to www.childcarefoodhandler.org or use Home Self
Study Packet. For information contact CCRN.
$10.00
3 year card
* Fast Tracks offer First Aid/CPR & Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect classes on the same day.
Child Care Resource Network
www.ccrnso.org / ChildCareResourceNetwork@jobcouncil.org
Jackson & Josephine CCRN Office: 35 S. Bartlett Street, Medford 97501
(541) 842-2610 / (800) 866-9034 ext. 5 or ChildCareResourceNetwork@jobcouncil.org
Klamath & Lake CCRN Office: 700 Klamath Avenue, Suite 100, Klamath Falls 97601
(541) 882-2308 or MelindaC@jobcouncil.org
Mailing Address: 100 Main Street, Suite A, Medford 97501
The Job Council is an Equal Opportunity Employer & operates equal
opportunity programs. Auxiliary aids & services are available upon
request to Individuals with disabilities.
Note: In cases of financial need assistance may be available.
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 To REGISTER and PAY for trainings call CCRN at 541-842-2610 or 541-842-2590
 Trainings are $10, unless noted  Class information is also posted on www.oregonchildcaretraining.org
Trainings in Medford
I Am Moving, I Am Learning: Moving with the Brain in Mind
I Am Moving I Am Learning is a proactive approach for addressing childhood obesity.
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Brain research confirms that physical activity—moving, stretching, walking—can actually
enhance the learning process.
In this session participants will explore the mind-body connection and fun activities to do
with children that build skills in all domains.
CKC: Health Safety & Nutrition; 1.5 hours; (Set One).
Age Group: Preschool
Trainer: Paula Lynam has a M.A. in Early Childhood Education and is the owner/director of The Secret Garden, a Waldorf inspired, certified
family child care in Ashland. She brings years of experience and a wealth of knowledge
The Job Council
35 S. Bartlett Street
Medford, OR
Wednesday, October 22
6:00 pm—7:30 pm
FREE
I Am Moving, I Am Learning: Observing and Evaluating Motor Skills
in Young Children
I Am Moving I Am Learning is a proactive approach for addressing childhood obesity.
In this session will Paula Lyman will:
 Introduce participants to evaluation concepts and how to apply these concepts to early childhood movement.
 Show participants how to be observant of each child's motor skill development and how to
determine the best type of evaluation for recognizing improvement in motor skills.
CKC: Observation & Assessment; 1.5 hours )Sett One).
The Job Council
35 S. Bartlett Street
Medford, OR
Wednesday, Nov 5
6:00 pm—7:30 pm
FREE
Age Group: Preschool
Trainer: Paula Lynam has a M.A. in Early Childhood Education and is the owner/director of The Secret Garden, a Waldorf inspired, certified family
child care in Ashland. She brings years of experience and a wealth of knowledge
Sensory Kids: Sensory Awareness, Strategies and Tools for Implementation
This 2-session training will explore how children’s sensory systems and experiences determine
how they see the world and how they act within it.
There is a follow up activity, must attend both sessions for training hours
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Session 1, Thursday, November 13, will describe the sensory system and how to use that
awareness to support sensory needs of children in educational settings. Participants will learn
strategies individualized for their needs.
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Session 2, Thursday, December 11, participants will share their follow-up activity with the
group and engage in discussion and exploration of additional sensory-related activities.
CKC: Human Growth & Development; 2 hours; Special Needs; 2 hours; (Set One).
The Job Council
35 S. Bartlett Street
Medford, OR
Must attend both sessions
Thursday, Nov 13
And
Age Group: Preschool
Trainers: Inga Crews, ECSE Specialist currently works as an Integration Consultant at DESD Child Development Services. She works with community child care staff, assisting them in providing inclusive care for young children. Inga has worked closely with high-risk children and families.
Susan Cady, M.S. Education, is the Head Start Integration Consultant at DESD Child Development Services. She works closely with Head Start staff,
helping them integrate children with special needs within their classrooms.
Cindy Eiynck, Occupational Therapist
FREE trainings presented through the Inclusive Child Care Program Warm Line
Thursday, Dec 11
6:30 pm—8:30 pm
FREE
Trainings in Klamath Falls
I Am Moving, I Am Learning ~ 2 Modules:
Opportunity Knocks & Body Language
This proactive, hands-on, fun approach to addressing childhood obesity will help participants to:
 Recognize and prevent childhood obesity trends
 Promote lifelong fitness to achieve positive outcomes for children
 Increase movement activities and healthy nutrition into current practices
 Create teaching cues to help children “talk to their muscles” while practicing motor skills
CKC: Health Safety & Nutrition; 3 hours; (Set One).
Age Group: Preschool
Trainer: Melinda Collier, M.S., is the CCRN Program Coordinator for Klamath and Lake Counties and an Oregon Registry Certified Trainer
Klamath Community College
7390 S. 6th Street
Klamath Falls, Oregon
Saturday, Nov 22
Session I: 9:00am - 10:30am
and
Session II: 11:00am - 12:30 pm
FREE
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 To REGISTER and PAY for trainings call CCRN at 541-842-2610 or 541-842-2590
 Trainings are $10, unless noted  Class information is also posted on www.oregonchildcaretraining.org
Trainings in Grants Pass
Promoting Children’s Success: Building Relationships and
Creating Supportive Environments
This 2-session training will provide an overview of the Pyramid Model to support social and
emotional development by building relationships, creating engaging environments, looking at the
importance of schedules, routines and transitions, classroom rules and positive encouragement.
Gilbert Creek Child
Development Center
1021 NW Highland Avenue
Grants Pass, OR 97526
Must attend both sessions
There is a follow up activity, must attend both sessions for training hours
Thursday, Nov 6
 Session 1, Thursday, Nov 6, will look at building positive relationships for children
 Session 2, Thursday, Nov 20, will focus on classroom arrangements and design
and
Thursday, Nov 20
CKC: Understanding & Guiding Behavior; 2 hours ; Learning Environments & Curriculum 2 hours (Set One) Age Group: Preschool
6:00 pm—8:00 pm
Trainer: Jennifer Northcutt, M.S., Southern Oregon ESD, Early Childhood Specialist has over 17 years of experience
working in Early Intervention.
FREE
Trainings Series at Club Northwest
FREE trainings presented through the Inclusive Child Care Program Warm Line
Club Northwest in Grants Pass is hosting a series of trainings for child care providers, parents,
and volunteers who work with children.
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Trainings will be held the third Tuesday of every month from 6:00 pm—8:00 pm.
Child Care Resource Network will provide certificates and enter training into the Oregon Registry for child care practitioners,
to ensure participants’ training hours are recorded.
These are great training opportunities for child care providers!
Connecting with Kids—Fostering Development Through Relationships
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Get an overview of different developmental stages from infancy through the preschool years
Gain tips and techniques for building and strengthening the emotional connection that is
critical for learning.
CKC: Human Growth & Development 2 hours (Set One) Age Group: 0-5 years old
Trainer: Pam Arbogast, MA, has been a supervisor of EI/ECSE services for 25 years, currently with Early Childhood Services for Southern Oregon
Education Service District. She is a leader, teacher, coach, mentor and instructor at Rogue Community College’s Early Child education department.
Your 7 Senses
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A hands on learning approach to the seven senses including sight, sound, hearing, taste,
smell, vestibular, and proprioceptive areas—audience will rotate through sensory stations.
Discussion of sensory issues and sensory diets will be covered as well as appropriate ways to
accommodate sensory concerns both at school and other community areas.
Handouts will be available for reference.
CKC: Special Needs, 2 hours (Set One) Age Group: 0-5 years old
Trainer: Kimberly Larsen, BS Social Sciences, is a consultant, advocate and mother. She currently serves as the Executive Director for Families for
Community, a local non-profit agency that supports families and children with disabilities.
Developmental Benefits of Movement
Movement benefits positive development in many ways!
 Examine how movement activities affect cognitive development and physical development.
 Identify different ways to implement curriculum in the home, after school programs and
community-based programs.
 Gain a stronger understanding of how to assess a child’s needs and how to help promote the
growth of a healthy active life.
CKC: Learning Environments & Curriculum 2 hours (Set One) Age Group: 3-12 years old
Trainer: Kimberly Eikenberry, MS MBA QMHP, is a child and family mental health services professional who is dedicated to creating safe, inclusive
and dynamic environments in which our children can learn and grow. She is the Managing Director of Dynamic Living, LLC, which focuses on building
resiliency and is a Services Coordinator for the Options for Southern Oregon’s Children’s Resource Team.
Club Northwest Campus
2160 NW Vine St.
Grants Pass, OR
Tuesday, Oct 21
6:00 pm—8:00 pm
FREE
Club Northwest Campus
2160 NW Vine St.
Grants Pass, OR
Tuesday, Nov 18
6:00 pm—8:00 pm
FREE
Club Northwest Campus
2160 NW Vine St.
Grants Pass, OR
Tuesday, Dec 16
6:00 pm—8:00 pm
FREE
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 Para REGISTRAR Y PAGAR Por los entrenamientos llame al CCRN at 541-842-2610
 Trainings are $10, unless noted  Class information is also posted on www.oregonchildcaretraining.org
Entrenamientos para Provedoras para el Cuidado Infantil
Description de la Clase ~ Todas las Clases serán en el Job Council
Fecha & Hora
Costo
Orientación para el Cuidado de Niños en Hogar (3) Horas:
Aprenderá cómo obtener su licencia para cuidar niños, basándose en Información sobre
las regulaciones del estado; las solicitudes de CCD y las formas de antecedentes penales
serán distribuidos. Se le dará Información sobre el Child Care Resource Network, el
Programa de Alimentos USDA y mucho más.
Wednesday, November 12
GRATIS
5:00pm-8:00pm
CKC: Program Management; 3 hours (Set One).
Capacitación de proveedores DHS (3) Horas:
Aprenderá sobre los requisitos de estar listado con El DHS. Los proveedores necesitan
llenar el formulario de Listado de Proveedores de Cuidado Infantil (Child Care Provider
Listing) (DHS 7494).
Tuesday, November 4
GRATIS
9:00am-12:00pm
CKC: Program Management; 32.5hours (Set One).
Como Reconocer y Denunciar El Abuso y Descuido de Niños (3) Horas:
Cubre las definiciones e indicadores de los requisitos del abuso y del reporte obligatorio
para los profesionales de la educación de los niños. Materiales sensibles y explícitos.
Escriba su cheque: The Job Council, Fecha de la clase y entréguela a nuestra oficina
Wednesday, November 19
5:00pm-8:00pm
$10.00
CKC: Health, Safety and Nutrition; 3 hours (Set One).
Primeros Auxilios CPR - Para Infantes y Adultos (6) Horas
Este entrenamiento es requerido por CCD y para tarifas aumentadas por DHS. La tarjeta
es válida por 2 anos de la fecha del entrenamiento.
Espacio limitado, regístrese hoy! Favor de traer su comida para la hora de lonche
Escriba su cheque: Lilia Caballero, Fecha de la clase y entréguela a nuestra oficina
Saturday, November15
8:00pm-2:30pm
$50.00
CKC: Health, Safety and Nutrition; 5 hours (Set One).
Seguridad de Alimentos
Tarjeta válida por 3 años
Paquetes disponibles en el Job Council
¿Como que no usamos libros para colorear?
En esta clase vamos a explorar los beneficios del Arte Iniciado por el Niño.
Desde un principio, animamos a nuestros niños a colorear dibujos de otras
personas, pintar DENTRO de las lineas, escribir sus nombres en una linea y
otros errores. Años después buscamos empleados creativos que piensan
“fuera de la caja” que toman la iniciativa, usan de la innovación y el pensamiento
real. ¿Por qué no dejamos que ellos sean creativos desde el principio?
¡Venga a explorar como ayudar a que su hijo aproveche de su creatividad!
$10.00
The Job Council
35 S. Bartlett Street
Medford, OR
GRATIS
Sábado, Nov 15
10:00am—12:00pm
CKC: Learning Environments & Curriculum 2 hours (Set One) Age Group: Preschool
Trainer: Jill Ramirez, QI Specialist for Jackson and Josephine Counties, Lorena Juarez, Program Specialist
Online / Workbook Training - Entrenamiento de Horas Disponible por Internet
Child Care Aware Academy—Online
English and Spanish
Child Care Resource Network, in partnership with the Oregon Child Care Resource & Referral Network, offers on-line training
courses through Child Care Aware, designed to help early childhood professionals complete training requirements and to provide
opportunities for a Child Development Associate (CDA) credential, CDA credential renewal, or in-service training hours. These
course are not eligible for college credit. They provide high quality, research based, online trainings on a variety of topics for early
childhood professionals. For information or to register, go to www.ccrnso.org or call CCRN at 541-842-2610.
Care Courses—Online or Workbook
English and Spanish
Care Courses offer over 70 different workbook and online course on a wide range of topics, in English and Spanish. Click Care
Courses for more information or call CCRN at 541-842-2610.
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