PCAN 1: Building Collaborative Relationships with Families (E-2012-0114-0770) (Canceled: 1/18/13)
Tue July 17, 2012 6:30 PM
Early childhood and child care professionals build partnerships with families as an important strategy to promote healthy child development. These partnerships can help prevent child abuse and neglect.
Sponsor and trainers
Clock hours and credentials
Number of clock hours:
No additional credentials
500 Porter Avenue Carol Morris Conference Room Aurora MO 65605 County: Lawrence Lat: 36.970404 Lng: -93.711013
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Description of costs
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Child Care Aware of Southern Missouri
1910 E Meadowmere Springfield MO 65804 County: Greene Office: 417-887-3545 X213 Lat: 37.190938 Lng: -93.259202 Registration information
You can reserve your space in the training by registering online once you have created an account. You must then confirm your place in the training by printing off the registration form, completing the information and mailing it in with your payment.
Please note payment will secure your space in the training. Simply registering online will not so don’t delay in completing the registration process.
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.
Refunds will only be given if notice is received at least 24 hours prior to the training. Should the training be cancelled for any reason Child Care Aware of Southern Missouri staff will contact participants by phone and payments will be returned.
In case of inclement weather an announcement on the office voicemail system 800-743-8497 x2.
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 2 - Knowledge and skills equal to Child Development Associate
Level 1 - New to the field with little or no specialized training
4.1.1.a.0. "Communicates respectfully and positively with families from a variety of cultural and socio-economic backgrounds."
4.2.1.a.0. "Develops and maintains open, friendly, cooperative, and respectful relationships with families. "
4.2.1.b.0. "Recognizes and respects that factors may influence how families nurture and support their child."
5.2.2.b.0. "Plans experiences to keep children and youth safe."
CDA Subject Area
Planning a safe, healthy, learning environment
Strategies to establish productive relationships with families
* Registration counts change frequently and may not reflect the actual registration status.