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4C Council Provider Workshops

4Cs offers Parents and Child Care Providers trainings and workshops that provide child development education along with various related subjects. These informative trainings and workshops are enjoyable by way of discussions and activities. Specific trainings and workshops for Child Care Providers are also available to enhance the provision of quality child care. Bilingual workshops and trainings are also offered.

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  • Wednesday I 1.7.15 I 6:30pm – 9:00pm I $10/per person

    Who should attend? Proficient computer users who are ready to market their business.

    This course will show you what marketing is today. Learn about the modern trends in marketing. Limited number of computers will be available; participants are welcome to bring their own laptop or tablet.

    Presented by: Small Business Development Center (SBDC)

    Please click here to download the flier and registration form for the January 2015 workshops in English.

  • Saturday I 1.10.15 I 10am – 12pm I $10/per person

    Who should attend? Family child care providers, center based teachers, license exempt providers and parents.

    This is a two-part workshop focusing on understanding how to choose a quality child care program and knowing what your options are. In addition, an explanation of the child care subsidy system in California will be presented, giving you the knowledge on how to navigate the system and increase your chances of obtaining help with paying for your child’s preschool or child care. For parents, knowledge about quality and child care options, including subsidies, helps you to make informed decisions about your child’s care. Great information for family child care and center based providers to share with families in their program.

    Presented by: Colette Kudumu, 4Cs Resource and Referral Department

    Please click here to download the flier and registration form for the January 2015 workshops in English.

  • Thursday I 1.15.15 I 6:30pm-9:30pm I $10/per person

    Who should attend this class? Family child care providers, center based teachers, license exempt providers and parents.

    Child care environments need to be a balance of professional and family space. This workshop will explore the many factors that influence how you organize and design your child care space: a welcoming atmosphere, activity areas, storage and space for routines, traffic flow and multi-use. With a thoughtful plan, your environment can become as helpful as an “extra teacher”.

    Presented by/Presentado por: Child Care Initiative Program Coordinators
    Please click here to download the flier and registration form for the January 2015 workshops in English.

  • Thursday I 1.22.15 I 6:30pm-9:30pm I $10/per person

    Who should attend this class? Family child care providers, center based teachers,
    license exempt providers and parents.

    In the first three years, infants and toddlers begin acquiring the first of thousands of words they will use throughout their lives. When adults respond sensitively and con-sistently to infants’ and toddlers’ attempts to communicate, children develop a sense of their own competence and self-efficacy. In this make “n” take workshop we will cre-ate tools to help parents & providers engage children in language and literacy.

    Presented by/Presentado por: Child Care Initiative Program Coordinators
    Please click here to download the flier and registration form for the January 2015 workshops in English.

  • Saturday I 1.31.15 I 9am – 12pm I English Only I $25/per person

    Who should attend? Family child care providers, center based teachers, license exempt providers and parents.

    Discovering Math & Science Through Art. You don't have to be Einstein to teach math or Picasso to get children excited about art. Young children learn math and science concepts everyday as they play and explore the world around them. Find out effective ways to make children's discoveries come alive through visual, hands-on, sensory art experiences.

    Presented by/Presentado por: Sharron Krull, Power of Play
    Please click here to download the flier and registration form for the January 2015 workshops in English.

  • sabado I 1.10.15 I 10am – 12pm I $10/per person

    ¿Quién debe asistir? Los proveedores de cuidado infantil en el hogar, maestros con base en centros, proveedores exentos de licencia y padres.

    Se trata de un taller que se centra en dos partes en la comprensión de cómo elegir un programa de cuidado infantil y saber cuáles son sus opciones. Además, se presentará una explicación del sistema de subsidio de cuidado infantil en California, le da el conocimiento sobre como navegar en el sistema y aumentar sus posibilidades de obtener ayuda con el pago de preescolar o guardería de su hijo. Para los padres, el conocimiento de las opciones acerca de la calidad y el cuidado de niños; incluidos los programas de subsidio, ayuda para tomar decisiones informadas sobre el cuidado de su hijo(a). Excelente información para el cuidado infantil en el hogar y proveedores de centros para compartir con las familias de su programa.

    Presentado por: Colette Kudumu, 4Cs Resource and Referral Department
    Para folleto y registración en español

  • jueves I 1.15.15 I 6:30pm-9:30pm I $10/per person

    ¿Quién debe asistir? Participantes tengan experiencia de usar la computadora y están dis-puestos a promocionar sus negocios.
    Este curso le mostrará lo que es la comercialización de hoy. Aprenda acerca de las tenden-cias modernas en la comercialización. Limité número de computadoras disponibles, po-drán traer su laptop o tabletas. Habrá un numero limitado de computadoras disponibles y son bienvenidos a traer su propia computadora portable (laptop) o tableta.

    Presentado por: Child Care Initiative Program Coordinators
    Para folleto y registración en español

  • jueves I 1.22.15 I 6:30pm – 9:30pm I $10/per person

    ¿Quién debe asistir? Proveedores de cuidado infantil en el hogar, los maestros basados en el centro, los proveedores exentos de licencia y los padres.

    En los primeros 3 años, los bebés y los niños pequeños comienzan adquirir las primeras palabras de miles que van a utilizar durante toda su vida. Cuando los adultos responden con sensibilidad y constantemente cuando los bebés y niños pequeños intentan comunicarse, los niños desarrollan un sentido de su propia competencia y la autoeficacia. Este taller mostrara las herramientas para ayudar a los padres y proveedores para que involucren a los niños en el lenguaje y la alfabetización. Se hará una actividad para llevar a casa.

    Presentado por: Child Care Initiative Program Coordinators
    Para folleto y registración en español

  • miércoles I 1.28.15 I 6:30pm – 9:00pm I $10/per person

    ¿Quién debe asistir? Participantes tengan experiencia de usar la computadora y están dispuestos a promocionar sus negocios.
    Este curso le mostrará lo que es la comercialización de hoy. Aprenda acerca de las tendencias modernas en la comercialización. Limité número de computadoras disponibles, podrán traer su laptop o tabletas. Habrá un numero limitado de computadoras disponibles y son bienvenidos a traer su propia computadora portable (laptop) o tableta.

    Presentado por: Small Business Development Center (SBDC)
    Para folleto y registración en español

  • The 4C Council is reimbursing child care providers who successfully
    complete health and safety training classes. The reimbursement amount is up
    to $60 per person per fiscal year. Each person shall have at least a $5.00
    co-pay for each training segment. Individuals eligible for repayment include
    staff of a licensed family child care home, or child care center, as well as,
    license-exempt providers and in-home providers.

    The 4C Council is sponsoring a Health and Safety Training Reimbursement Project. Click here for the description and application.

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