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PCAN 8: Challenging Behaviors in Infants and Toddlers (E-2012-0126-0242)
Sat July 21, 2012 9:30 AM
Encountering challenging behavior in infant and toddler child care settings is inevitable. This training will address some of the causes of this behavior and allow participants the opportunity to practice discussing challenges with parents in an effective and supportive way.
Sponsor and trainers
Clock hours and credentials
Number of clock hours:
No additional credentials
North Kansas City Library
2251 Howell St. North Kansas City MO 64116 County: Clay County
No payment link provided.
Description of costs
Scholarships may be available. Contact Child Care Aware of Western Missouri at 913-342-1110 for more information.
Mail payment to:
Child Care Aware of Western Missouri, a program at The Family Conservancy
444 Minnesota Ave. Suite 200 Kansas City KS 66101 County: Wyandotte office: 913-342-1110 Lat: 39.115508 Lng: -94.620084 Registration information
You can reserve your space in the training by registering online once you have created an account. You must then print off the registration form, completing the information and mailing it in with your payment.
Please note receiving payment is what secures your space in the training. Full payment is due no later than 7/19/2012.
All sessions count towards Department of Health and Senior Services annual training requirements. Certificates will be handed out before you leave. The Section for Child Care Regulation policy requires that participants attend the entire training in order to receive a certificate. As a result, participants who arrive late or leave early may not be provided a certificate. Please consider this policy as you plan for the event.
Contact Child Care Aware of Western Missouri no later than 48 hours prior to the start of the session and a coupon will be awarded to be used on another session. No coupons or refunds will be issued to no shows or those arriving more than 15 minutes after the start of the session. There is a minimum number of participants required to hold a session. If that minimum is not met, the session will be rescheduled and participants will be notified.
Administrators from child care centers/preschools/out-of-school time sites
Family child care owners and staff
Staff from child care centers/preschools/out-of-school time sites
Age group focus
Infants (0 to 12mo)
Toddlers (13 to 35mo)
Training Content Level
Level 1 - New to the field with little or no specialized training
1.1.1.a.0. "Is aware of basic benchmarks for growth and development."
1.1.1.b.0. "Recognizes that children and youth have individual needs, characteristics, abilities, and develop at their own rate."
2.4.1.a.0. "Encourages age appropriate emotional expression."
2.4.1.b.0. "Models appropriate social interactions."
2.4.1.c.0. "Recognizes that change, separation, stress, and transition affect social and emotional development and behavior."
CDA Subject Area
Principles of child growth and development
Steps to advance children's physical and intellectual development
* Registration counts change frequently and may not reflect the actual registration status.