This training aims to broaden the state's understanding of ACE’s and their impact on young children, their families, and the field of early childhood education. The 101-Level ACE Institute Training for Child Care Providers and Educators is the first training in a series designed to broaden the awareness of the effects of ACE’s on children. This is the foundational training in which providers will learn the basic brain science surrounding the ACE’s research. In later trainings, providers will apply this knowledge and gain practical strategies for trauma informed practice in early childhood education and care.
Modality - Age: ALL Training Categories: OCFS (10) CBK (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6) Trainers: Sarah Ruppert, Infant Toddler Specialist & Jami Flynn, Infant & Toddler Regional Coordinator, CCCW Cost: $20 CCCW members/$25 non-members Code: 21810
MODALITY KEY: C=Center FG=Family/Group Family IT=Infant/Toddler PS=Preschool SA=School Age P=Parents ALL=All Modalities/Ages
OCFS TOPIC AREAS KEY: 1=Childhood Development 2=Nutrition and Health 3=Program Development 4=Safety & Security 5=Business 6=Child Abuse ID & Prevention 7=Statutes and Regulations Pertaining to Child Care 8=Statutes and Regulations Pertaining to Child Abuse 9=Shaken Baby Syndrome
CBK COMPETENCY AREAS KEY: 1=Child Growth & Development 2=Family & Community Relationships 3=Observations & Assessments 4=Environment & Curriculum 5=Health, Safety & Nutrition 6=Professionalism & Leadership