CHILD CARE SUPPORT NETWORK VOLUME 2 2-Hour Full Service TRAININGS

Below are the training titles and descriptions for each Volume 2 CCSN 2 hour training. After you have determined which trainings you are interested in ordering, select the number of tests and answer keys you will need for each. Only one answer key is needed for each training per facility. Each test includes a certificate of completion per child care staff.

 

Follow the links below to view CCSN trainings from each volume.

 

View Volume 1 | View Volume 3 | View Volume 4

View Volume 5 | View Volume 6 | View Volume 7 | View Volume 8

View Volume 9 | View Volume 10 | Volume 11

 

**Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery. Order online for faster service.

 

Important Publisher's Note: Reproduction of Tests and Certificates of Completion may VOID your training hours.

 

**Please note, certificates are NOT mailed with the trainings. Certificates will be issued upon completions of the tests. Once you send us the completed tests, we will correct them and issue a certificate.

Description
COURSE ID
PRICE

Volume 2, No. 1

 

Meeting the Special Needs of Children

Special needs range from mild to severe, but most children respond well to treatment and special services. Key points discussed include: the importance of early identification; "red flags" that educators and parents should be on the lookout for; the importance of observation and documentation; and suggestions when meeting with parents about possible special needs issues.

KY: CDA- 2, Core- 1, Lvl- 1

Age Group: Infant, Toddler, Preschool

Core Knowledge Area: Special Needs

0201C2EV
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Volume 2, No. 2

 

What is Appropriate Praise?…and other Behavioral Advice

Behavioral management issues are never easy, but learning some guiding principles about praise, and why children throw tantrums, hit, bite, and/or push will help. Key points discussed include: the importance of praising children; strategies on managing temper tantrums; and suggestions on handling inappropriate behavior.

KY: CDA- 3, Core- 4, Lvl- 1

Age Group: Preschool

Core Knowledge Area: Guidance, Discipline, Interactions

0202C2EV
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Volume 2, No. 3

 

Health & Safety Tips: Flu Outbreaks & Other Advice

Knowledge is power, and child care providers who do their homework can help keep children safe. As a result, key areas discussed include: preventing spread of the flu – including pandemic flu; the importance of emergency plans; and the key role that fall zones play in playground safety.

KY: CDA- 1, Core- 2, Lvl- 1

Age Group: Infant, Toddler, Preschool

Core Knowledge Area: Health & Safety

0203C2EV
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Volume 2, No. 4

 

Creating a 'Language-Rich' Environment

Child care providers play a key role in helping children develop the language and literacy skills that they will need to succeed in life. Key points discussed include: the importance of conversation; the critical role of written language and drawings in language development; and age-specific tips for language development – including infant/toddler and 3- and 4-year-olds.

KY: CDA- 2, Core- 4, Lvl- 1

Age Group: Infant, Toddler, Preschool, School-age

Core Knowledge Area: Curriculum, Language Development

0204C2EV
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Volume 2, No. 5

 

Infant & Toddler Development: Conferencing and Problem Solving are Crucial

This training provides some ideas to enhance learning and problem-solving skills, and it offers advice about communicating developmental progress with parents. Key points discussed include: explaining the different roles that formal and informal conferences play in communicating with parents; and tips on helping toddlers become problem solvers.

KY: CDA- 4, Core- 6, Lvl- 1

Age Group: Infant, Toddler

Core Knowledge Area: Family Relationships

0205C2EV
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Volume 2, No. 6

 

Creating the Right Atmosphere in Your Classroom

This training focuses on the important role that classrooms play in learning for young children. Key points addressed include: design/set-up of the room; colors used; noise level; lighting; materials used; temperature; and the overall "friendliness" of the room.

KY: CDA- 2, Core- 4, Lvl- 1

Age Group: Preschool, School-age

Core Knowledge Area: Learning Environment & Curriculum

0206C2EV
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Volume 2, No. 7

 

Promoting Cultural & Racial Diversity

Regardless of language, race, or culture, parents and early childhood educators can help children get off to a positive start in life by teaching them how to resist bias and stereotypes. Key points discussed include: at what age do children understand what information; and recommendations to overcome both adults' and children's cultural and racial barriers.

KY: CDA- 2, Core- 4, Lvl- 1

Age Group: Infant, Toddler, Preschool, School-age

Core Knowledge Area: Learning Environments & Curriculum, Cultural & Racial Diversity

0207C2EV
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Volume 2, No. 8

 

How Does Your Child Care Facility Rate

This training features some general guidelines for staff members to consider when examining their facility. The indicators of quality child care discussed include: how does your facility look; how would child care staff rate itself – or how would directors rate staff members; and what do staff members notice about the children in their care.

KY: CDA- 6, Core- 3, Lvl- 1

Age Group: Infant, Toddler, Preschool

Core Knowledge Area: Professionalism

0208C2EV
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Volume 2, No. 9

 

What Should Young Children be Learning

This training strives to answer the difficult question of, "What do I want my students to learn?" – a question that is particularly challenging for very young children. Key points discussed include: the four types of learning goals – knowledge and understanding; skills; dispositions; and feelings. The difference between academic versus intellectual learning is also presented.

KY: CDA- 2, Core- 4, Lvl- 1

Age Group: Preschool

Core Knowledge Area: Learning Environment & Curriculum

0209C2EV
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Volume 2, No. 10

 

Strategies for Reducing Separation Anxiety

Separation anxiety is a normal stage of development, but it is possible to prepare children for absences and develop coping strategies to strengthen their confidence and security about their parents' return. Key points include: how separation anxiety develops; symptoms of anxiety problems in young children; and coping methods that parents and child care providers can put in to practice to reduce separation anxiety.

KY: CDA- 3, 8, Core- 1, Lvl- 1

Age Group: Infant, Toddler, Preschool, School-age

Core Knowledge Area: Child Growth & Development

0210C2EV
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Volume 2, No. 11

 

Helping Children Get the Sleep they Need

The value of sleep is often overlooked, but it can be measured by a child's smiling face, happy nature, and natural energy. Key areas discussed include: how much sleep children need at different ages; explanations of common sleep problems; and signs of sufficient sleep.

KY: CDA- 1, Core- 4, 6, Lvl- 1

Age Group:  Infant, Toddler, Preschool, School-age

Core Knowledge Area: Child Growth & Development

0211C2EV
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Volume 2, No. 12

 

Why Do Children Bite? What can be done about it

The focus of this training is to offer advice about why children bite, and what child care staff should do when they bite. Key points include: the many reasons for biting; practical tips to stop biting; and advice on what to do if the child continues to bite.

KY: CDA- 1, 3, 8, Core- 2, 4, Lvl- 1

Age Group: Infant, Toddler, Preschool

Core Knowledge Area: Guidance, Discipline, Interactions

0212C2EV
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