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TOT: ACTIVE SUPERVISION: PREVENTING CHILD INJURIES IN FAMILY CHILD CARE AND ACTIVE SUPERVISION: PROVIDER SELF-CARE AND PRIVACY
Title: TOT: “Active Supervision: Preventing Child Injuries in Family Child Care” and “Active Supervision: Provider Self-care and Privacy”
DEVELOP Course ID: 147502 & 147499
Course Date(s): Wednesdays: January 15 and 22, 2020
Course Time: 7:00 - 7:45 p.m.
Course Format: ETL/Online
Cost: $75.00
Course Instructor: Sheryl Warner
TOT Application Deadline: Sunday, December 15, 2019
Notification Date: Thursday, December 19, 2019
Maximum Capacity: Minimum 10/Maximum 15
Short Description: After successfully completing this Training of Trainers, individuals will be qualified to train two 2-hour courses: “Active Supervision: Preventing Child Injuries in Family Child Care” and “Active Supervision: Provider Self-care and Privacy”. This course meets the licensed Family Child Care provider annual supervision training requirement. Trainers should be familiar with Rule 2 (Chapter 9502) regulations. Topic areas include leading causes of early childhood injuries in general, and specific to child care settings; strategies to prevent injuries including risk assessment and hazard mapping. As well as the effects of provider stress/depression on active supervision and interaction with children; appropriate self-care and privacy strategies that promote effective supervision and safety in family child care settings.
Trainer Qualifications Criteria:  Trainer Level:

  • Content Experts (KCF area 7)
  • Trainer I
  • Trainer II
  • Master Trainer
  • Higher Education Faculty

Experience:
Candidates should have experience working with children and with practices in the following areas:

  • Rule 2 Licensing
  • Red Cross or American Heart Association Certification in CPR/First Aid
  • Abusive Head Trauma / Sudden Unexpected Infant Death

Candidates with a Health related background are encouraged to apply:

  • Public Health Professionals
  • Registered Nurse/LPN