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As you know, we are in the midst of an evolving situation with the spread of the coronavirus in this country. We are all working diligently to keep parents and children calm and protected during this time of uncertainty.

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Training Courses

Watching Children in Action Thursday, August 26, 2021 6:30pm-8:30pm
Watching Children
This interactive, hands-on workshop is projected to enhance the quality of early childhood programs. Observing is an invaluable tool for measuring children’s progress and a powerful evaluation tool for improving programs. Through observation and evaluation, teachers and caregivers have the opportunity to assess the stage and quality of the children’s involvement in the environment and with the curriculum. Taught by RCPC Staff.
All About ECCERS-3-Date changed. Please call 910-997-3773 for more information.
This session will be an overview of the Early Childhood Environment Rating Scale®, Third Edition (ECERS-3). This course will discuss how the scales measure quality and findings from research, scale requirements, when to use the scales, how scoring works, and observation procedures. Taught by Karen Gerald, Child Care Services, Anson Partnership for Children

It’s SIDS Thursday, September 23, 2021 6:00pm-8:00pm
This training developed by NC Healthy Start Foundation's ITS-SIDS will meet state requirements. During this session, we will discuss what is SIDS, and how to reduce the risk of SIDS with safe sleep practices. Safe Sleep Policy guidelines, NC Division of Child Development and Early Education licensing rule, maintenance of the proper forms, and other “Best Practice” recommendations will be reviewed. Taught by Jackie Gardner, CCHC of Richmond County

Infant and Toddler Developing Social Emotional Skills Thursday, October 7, 2021 6:00pm-8:00pm
Infant DevelopmentChildren begin developing social emotional skills from infancy. Understanding how to support development during this critical period is vital to infants and toddler’s overall well- being and future success in school and life. This professional development event explores the developing social emotional skills of infants and toddlers. Participants will learn to define and describe social emotional development, identify key social emotional skills that contribute to school readiness, and gain richer insight into strategies that support social emotional development for infants and toddlers. Taught by Tonya McCall, Regional Infant Toddler Specialist

All About FCCRES Thursday, October 21, 2021 6:30pm-8:30pm
This session will be an overview of the Family Child Care Environment Rating Scales (FCCRES). This course will discuss how the scales measure quality and findings from research, scale requirements, when to use the scales, how scoring works, and observation procedures. Taught by RCPC Staff