Understanding Temperament: Implications for Working with Young Children

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Date/Time
Date(s) - October 03, 2017
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Location
Abilities Network – Harford County
3103 Emmorton Rd Abingdon, Maryland 21009


In this training, participants will learn the definition of temperament and its nine traits, the three main types of temperament and the term, ‘goodness of fit.’  Through partner discussions, chart activities and case scenarios, participants will actively investigate the best ways to create an environment that will allow for differences in temperament.  Temperament as it relates to children with special needs will be explored along with strategies to encourage peer-modeling and the building of social skills.

Core of Knowledge Area 3 hours: Child Development (2 hours) & Special Needs (1 hour); Level: Intermediate

Bookings

$25.00

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Training sessions begin promptly; plan to arrive at least 15 minutes EARLY for the training. Sign-in will be allowed until 15 minutes after the start of the training; after 15 minutes you will not be permitted to join the training and this will be considered a “missed class”. Refunds or credits are not issued for a missed class.

Due to our building's security, if you exit the building during a training, you will be unable to return.

A certificate will only be given for attending the entire training session/series (ex: if you leave early you will not receive a certificate). If you miss any part of a multi-part course, you will not receive core of knowledge hours. All training sessions end on time. Participants must ensure carpools; taxis and other modes of transportation are secured for prompt pick-up. Upon completion of the training session, the training room and/or building is locked and secured. Participants may not remain in the building. Neither Abilities Network, Child Resource Center staff nor its contractors are responsible for participants who remain outside the building once the building closes.

Training sessions are recognized and approved by the Maryland State Department of Education – Office of Child Care (OCC). In accordance with COMAR, an assessment is given at all training sessions as required. This may be in the form of an activity, group project, homework or written test. Successful completion of course materials is considered a score of 70% or better on the assessment and will reflect a Core of Knowledge certificate. A score of 69% and below on the certificate will reflect a Certificate of Attendance. Both are recognized by OCC; however, only the Core of Knowledge certificate will count towards the Maryland Child Care Credential and specific training requirements set forth by OCC.

Training sessions are designed for REGISTERED ADULTS only. Please make other arrangements for your children, so they will be safe and happy while you attend the training.

Training sessions are non-refundable. In the event a student wishes to cancel registration, a credit for future training may be issued. Cancellations must be received 48 hours before the scheduled start time. If the participant requests that a credit be issued to attend a future training session, the credit will have to be used within 6 months of the cancelled training.

Missed training sessions will not be refunded or credited (including late arrivals or leaving early).

Training sessions are cancelled if Public Schools are closed due to inclement weather or if they cancel weekend/evening activities due to inclement weather or other emergency. Training sessions may also be cancelled due to low enrollment or other administrative reasons.

You will be notified by email if a class is cancelled. To find out if training is cancelled, please contact Jasmine Campbell at 410-828-7700 ext. 1226. In the event Abilities Network Child Resource Center cancels a training session, we will reschedule or substitute the training. If the training cannot be rescheduled, a substitution cannot be arranged, or if you are unable to attend the rescheduled training, you will receive a full refund.