Guilford Childcare Development

Guilford Trainings

BSAC: Basic School Age Care
Event Date: 01/23

This training covers elements of quality care, child development, positive guidance, age appropriate activities, environment design, health/safety, nutrition and NC child care regulations for school age professionals working in licensed programs. Register by January 19.

It’s SIDS
Event Date: 01/25

This required training explains all the parts of North Carolina’s SIDS law. Participants will review information about when and how to use the approved waivers, how to best place a baby in bed to sleep, and other best practice recommendations. Register by January 20.

Deep Breathing: 01/26

This training is geared towards informing, assessing, and providing strategies to support the skill of deep breathing and making the connection to help children learn how to calm. Register by January 21.

Causes of Misbehavior
Event Date: 01/28

This session focuses on the common reasons that children misbehave, a crucial first step in determining how to prevent/reduce challenging behaviors. Register by January 22.

It’s SIDS
Event Date: 01/29

This required training explains all the parts of North Carolina’s SIDS law. Participants will review information about when and how to use the approved waivers, how to best place a baby in bed to sleep, and other best practice recommendations. Register by January 26.

Playground Safety
Event Date: 01/30

This training offers a practical and educational interpretation of North Carolina Child Care Commission’s playground safety rules and how to conduct a playground audit. Register by January 27.

It’s SIDS
Event Date: 02/08

This required training explains all the parts of North Carolina’s SIDS law. Participants will review information about when and how to use the approved waivers, how to best place a baby in bed to sleep, and other best practice recommendations. Register by February 3.

Staying on Track
Event Date: 02/09

During this training participants will develop a deeper understanding of the role of schedules and routines in supporting healthy social-emotional development for all children. Register by February 4.

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall
Event Date: 02/10

This training will provide early childhood professionals with the importance of confidence building within their learning environments and making the home-school connection meaningful.  Register by February 5.

How Are You? How Am I?
Event Date: 02/16

During this training participants will examine the many benefits to children who gain a strong foundation in emotional literacy, explore simple ways in which they can foster emotional literacy in the classroom, and share excellent resources for tools and activities teachers can incorporate into their daily classroom.  Register by February 11.

Emergency Preparedness & Response in Child Care
Event Date: 02/17

This training addresses new NC Child Care Rules on emergency preparedness, current best practice recommendations, and guidance on completing the online EPR Plan. Register by February 10.

BSAC: Basic School Age Care
Event Date: 02/20

This training covers elements of quality care, child development, positive guidance, age appropriate activities, environment design, health/safety, nutrition and NC child care regulations for school age professionals working in licensed programs.  Register by February 17.

Causes of Misbehavior: Why Do They Act That Way
Event Date: 02/22

This session focuses on the common reasons that children misbehave, a crucial first step in determining how to prevent/reduce challenging behaviors. Register by February 17.

BSAC: Basic School Age Care
Event Date: 02/22 & 02/24

This training covers elements of quality care, child development, positive guidance, age appropriate activities, environment design, health/safety, nutrition and NC child care regulations for school age professionals working in licensed programs.  Register by February 17.

Exploring Social Emotional Development within the Context of Relationships
Event Date: 02/23

In this training participants will learn how the process of getting in tune with children allows providers to offer responsive care, which in turn helps infants and toddlers form secure relational attachments.  Register by February 18.

Developmentally Appropriate Behavior: But I’m Supposed to Act Like This!
Event Date: 02/25

This session focuses on understanding when children can be expected to acquire certain social-emotional skills and guides participants toward understanding, respecting and responding to developmentally appropriate behaviors. Register by February 19.

It’s SIDS
Event Date: 03/08

This required training explains all the parts of North Carolina’s SIDS law. Participants will review information about when and how to use the approved waivers, how to best place a baby in bed to sleep, and other best practice recommendations. Register by March 3.

Behavioral Intervention Strategies: You Want Me to Try What?
Event Date: 03/09

This session focuses on helping participants develop new responses to challenging behaviors using six key intervention strategies.  Register by March 3.

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall
Event Date: 03/10

This training will provide early childhood professionals with the importance of confidence building within their learning environments and making the home-school connection meaningful.  Register by March 5.

Deep Breathing: A Connection to Calm
Event Date: 03/11

This training is geared towards informing, assessing, and providing strategies to support the skill on deep breathing and making the connection to help children learn how to calm.  Register by March 5.

BSAC: Basic School Age Care
Event Date: 03/13

This training covers elements of quality care, child development, positive guidance, age appropriate activities, environment design, health/safety, nutrition and NC child care regulations for school age professionals working in licensed programs.  Register by March 10.

BSAC: Basic School Age Care
Event Date: 03/15 & 03/17

This training covers elements of quality care, child development, positive guidance, age appropriate activities, environment design, health/safety, nutrition and NC child care regulations for school age professionals working in licensed programs.  Register by March 10.

Emergency Preparedness & Response in Child Care
Event Date: 03/16

This training addresses new NC Child Care Rules on emergency preparedness, current best practice recommendations, and guidance on completing the online EPR Plan.  Register by March 9.

Playground Safety, Part 1 & 2
Event Date: 03/18 & 3/31

This training offers a practical and educational interpretation of North Carolina Child Care Commission’s playground safety rules and how to conduct a playground audit. Register by March 25.

How to Identify a Delay
Event Date: 03/18

In this session participants will discuss what a red flag might be, how to identify red flags in the classroom, how to communicate concerns with parents, various types of assessments, and how to record data.  Register by March 15.

Exploring Social Emotional Development within the Context of Relationships
Event Date: 03/23

In this training participants will learn how the process of getting in tune with children allows providers to offer responsive care, which in turn helps infants and toddlers form secure relational attachments.

Behavior Intervention Strategies
Event Date: 03/25

This session focuses on helping participants develop new responses to challenging behaviors using six key intervention strategies. Register by March 22.

Grief & Loss in Young Children: Helping Children Cope
Event Date: 03/29

This session will define most common times of grief and loss for young children, identify stages of grief, discover ways young children react behaviorally to grief and loss, and determine ways to support children through this process. Register by March 23.

Staying on Track
Event Date: 03/30

During this training participants will develop a deeper understanding of the role of schedules and routines in supporting healthy social-emotional development for all children. Register by March 24.