Highly effective training builds relationships and encourages reflection. It is responsive to the needs of adult learners, founded in strong content, informed by current research and clinical evidence, engaging, interactive, inspiring, informative and useful. Training is most likely to impact practice when it is reinforced with on-site support or via ongoing in-person or distance learning opportunities. Relationships established in training workshops can provide models for effective workplace relationships. When training participants experience safe, supportive, respectful and responsive interactions, it can help them recognize how powerfully relationships can support learning and growth. This awareness enables participants to develop the knowledge and skills to create such relationships with colleagues and families.
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Sharing the Care: Partnering to Promote Child Well - Being
Online Learning Lessons and Communities of Practice for Cross-Sector/Multi-Disciplinary Professionals
ZERO TO THREE’s Center for Training Services is proud to present Sharing the Care: Partnering to Promote Child Well-Being. This project consists of 8 interactive, knowledge-building one-hour online lessons, focused on strengthening parent-provider relationships to promote the well-being of very young children. Each lesson will include activities, vignettes, practical resources and tools to encourage application of the content for cross-sector and multi-disciplinary professionals that work with very young children and their families...
For more information about sharing the care contact Shayla Thompson, email@example.com
The Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect: Parent/Provider Partnerships in Child Care (PCAN)
Research shows that protective factors, such as providing a welcoming atmosphere for parents or offering resources on early childhood development, can help to lower the risk of child abuse and neglect. The PCAN training and curriculum gives trainers resources with which to prepare infant/family professionals to play a role in the primary prevention of child maltreatment.