Mar 31, 2015
New Online Course - School Age Child Care. We are pleased to announce that we have added our newest e-Learning course titled "School Age Child Care" to our course catalog. During this fully narrated course trainees will learn important information pertaining to School Age Child Care Programs. Learning points of the training are enhanced throughout using video clips and interactive exercises.
Mar 27, 2015
A Closer Look at the New Day Care Center and School-Age Regulations. Join us for our next videoconference titled "A Closer Look at the New Day Care Center and School-Age Regulations" on April 30, 2015. During this informative training representatives from the Office of Children and Family Services will review the importance of regulations and discuss how they affect the important work you do with the children in your care. Guests will also highlight specific upcoming changes to the Day Care Center and School-Age Child Care regulations to keep you informed and up to date. It's going to be packed with information that you're not going to want to miss, so register today by visiting the link above.
Mar 05, 2015
Additional Trainings Added for Owners of Multiple FDC and GFDC Programs. Child care providers who own multiple family and/or group family day care programs are required by regulation to complete a mandatory training developed specifically for this group of providers. Click the link above for more information about this training, to see the new training dates and locations that have been added, and to register. Registration for this course is required, since walk-ins cannot be admitted.
The New York State Office of Children and Family Services, Bureau of Training offers FREE 24/7 online Mandated Reporter Training in Child Abuse and Neglect/Maltreatment Identification.
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Young children thrive when they have strong attachments to their caregivers. You can create these bonds by keeping children and their primary caregiver together for as long as possible, ideally from enrollment to preschool. This model is called continuity of care. Although primarily for center based providers, this training offers information about the benefits of using a primary caregiving model everyone can share with families. You will hear what we mean by the term continuity of care and see some ways to implement it. Guests will also discuss hurdles you may see to the continuity of care model and offer useful tips for ways you can try to overcome them.
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