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CICC TOT - THE SIX KEYS: STRATEGIES FOR PROMOTING CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH IN EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS
Title: CICC TOT – The Six Keys: Strategies for Promoting Children’s Mental Health in Early Childhood Programs
DEVELOP Course ID: 123310
Course Date(s): Thursdays: March 12, 19, 26, and April 2, 2020
Course Time: 7:00 - 7:45 p.m.
Course Format: ETL
Cost: $200
Course Instructor: Cindy Croft
TOT Application Deadline: Sunday, February 9, 2020
Notification Date: Friday, February 14, 2020
Maximum Capacity: Minimum 10/Maximum 15
Short Description: This Training of Trainer course, The Six Keys: Strategies for Promoting Children’s Mental Health in Early Childhood Programs, is based on the curriculum by the same name. It uses evidence-based practice and current research to demonstrate key components necessary for promoting emotional well-being in early childhood programs using a training manual with corresponding training activities designed for each workshop (two volume set). There is a total of seven narrative chapters with 4 to 8 training activities each that can be developed into a series of seven 2 to 4-hour workshops or into credit coursework. Materials include theories of emotional development, resilience, self-regulation, temperament and many useful strategies for the early childhood setting.

Upon completion participant is able to train:

  • Early Childhood Mental Health: Why Your Role Matters (Key 1) 119973
  • How Do We Give Children a Strong Start? Know the Key Emotional Milestones (Key 2) 119979
  • Why Do Children Act the Way They Do? Understanding How a Child is “Wired” (Key 3) 120274
  • Teaching Children to Know Their Own Engines: A Look at Your Environment (Key 4) 119993
  • Supporting Resilience in Children: The Little Engine that Could (Key 5) 119991
  • Making and Keeping Friends: The Importance of Friendship Skills (Key 6) 119990
Trainer Qualifications Criteria:  Trainer Level:

  • Trainer II
  • Master Trainer
  • Higher Ed.
  • Content experts in the following KCF: Child Development and Learning (I), Developmentally Appropriate Learning Experiences (II.a - II.e), or Relationships with Families (III)

Experience working with:

  • Children with special needs either in a program or as a parent

Educational Experience (Coursework, Professional Development):

  • Relevant coursework that supports your work with inclusion, special needs, mental health, and trauma.