Northland Foundation Calendar

Aitkin - Three Child Care Provider Trainings on one day

Earn up to 6 Training Hours in 3 trainings on the same day!
7:30 a.m. Sign-in, coffee & rolls
8-10 a.m. First training
10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Second Training
12:30-1 p.m. Lunch provided
1-3 p.m. Third training

SUDDEN INFANT DEATH/ABUSIVE HEAD TRAUMA, 2 Develop Training Hours
VII.B: Ensuring Safety
Event #298442
8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Register on the Develop website by March 8
https://www.developtoolmn.org/app/register.aspx?evid=298442

This class meets DHS Licensing training requirements for both Sudden Unexpected Infant Death (SUID) and Abusive Head Trauma (AHT). Content includes recommendations to reduce Sudden, Unexpected Infant Deaths (SUID) including SIDS, suffocation, and other sleep related infant deaths; safe sleep environments; MN Child Care regulations related to safe sleep; as well as symptoms and consequences of abusive head trauma, risk factors for abusive head trauma; strategies to use when stressed, angry or frustrated.

SUPPORTING RESILIENCY IN CHILDREN: THE LITTLE ENGINE THAT COULD! (KEY #5), 2 Develop Training Hours
III.C: Promoting Social and Emotional Development
Event #298439
10:15 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.
Register on the Develop website by March 8th
https://www.developtoolmn.org/app/register.aspx?evid=298439

This course examines characteristics of resiliency and its key relationship to children’s mental health. Participants will explore the role resiliency plays as a critical factor in how children who are at risk will handle stress, react or adapt to negative situations, and overcome obstacles in their emotional growth. Participants will develop practical strategies for improving their environment and programming to enhance and support resiliency in young children.

WHY DO CHILDREN ACT THE WAY THEY DO: UNDERSTANDING HOW A CHILD IS "WIRED" (KEY #3), 2 Develop Training Hours
I: Child Development and Learning
Event #298437
1:00-3:00 p.m.
Register on the Develop website by March 8th
https://www.developtoolmn.org/app/register.aspx?evid=298437

This workshop will examine how children are genetically "wired" with temperament traits that make each child's reactions to the world unique and how these reactions impact their emotional development. Participants will also discuss their own temperaments and examine strategies for applying a "goodness of fit" model that fosters positive mental health for all children.

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