FREE Saint A Continuing Education Training Opportunities for Early Childhood Educators in Milwaukee!

SaintA is proud to partner with the Milwaukee Civic Response Team and 4C for Children to bring you these training opportunities.

Compassion Curve for Early Care Educators 
This is a 2-part micro-learning webinar for early childhood educators. Learn valuable information about recognizing toxic stress and its impact on the body and brain and how to cope. These are self-paced learning opportunities (15 min long). Continuing education credits available. Click here to access: https://sainta.org/trauma-informed-care/trainings/#7eiECE

 

7 Essential Ingredients of Trauma Informed Early Care 

This training is an introduction to the model of trauma informed care that SaintA has developed over the past eleven years and has implemented across a variety of early care settings.

Participants who attend this training will be able to:

  • Describe the prevalence of adverse experiences and the scope of their impact.
  • Define and respond to behavior from a trauma informed perspective.
  • Describe how trauma affects the brain and influences development, behavior and learning.
  • Identify factors that enhance the capacity for positive relationship for children who have adverse experiences.
  • Describe how purpose, belonging and safety enhance client well-being.
  • Identify techniques that enhance caregiver capacity and connect them to client outcomes.
  • Identify action steps to create a trauma informed early care environment for all children.

This is a 2-part virtual training. Continuing education credits available. Choose a 2-part session below.

★ November 30, 2020 and December 3, 2020 – 2-Part VIRTUAL TRAINING – (6:30-8:30 pm CST each day) Hmong Interpretation available with this session

Eventbrite - Introduction: Seven Essential Ingredients (7ei) of Trauma Informed Care

★ December 7, 2020 and and December 10, 2020 – 2-Part VIRTUAL TRAINING – (6:30-8:30 pm CST each day) Spanish Interpretation available with this session

Eventbrite - Introduction: Seven Essential Ingredients (7ei) of Trauma Informed Care

 

 

 

Behavior Help Wisconsin

Behavior Help Wisconsin assists early childhood care and education providers feeling challenged by the behavior of a child. We deliver one-on-one coaching so you can have the tools, knowledge, and skills to reduce challenging behaviors and promote positive ones in your program.

Click here for more information: BHW 4C Brochure

 

Milwaukee Coalition for Children’s Mental Health

4C For Children is happy to partner with the Milwaukee Coalition for Children’s Mental Health – CCMH – to provide resources for supporting our children and child care programs and teachers. CCMH is identifying one key experience that has negative effects on a child’s social and emotional development and emphasizing ways that can be prevented. That is the experience of being excluded from the early childhood classroom; specifically, the experience of expulsion. Studies have found that children are expelled from early learning programs at three times the rate of children in elementary through high school, combined.   CCMH has put together tip sheets on this topic. The tip sheets provide information on the effects of early childhood expulsion, and steps you can take to support the child and their family. Click here to find them.

Please copy and share the tip sheets with co-workers, parents, and anyone who has influence on the development of a young child. More information can be found on the CCMH website: https://www.mkekids.org/

 

Wisconsin Alliance for Infant Mental Health

The Wisconsin Alliance for Infant Mental Health team has been busy creating a resource document to support providers, families and children through the transition back in to care as areas across the state, and nation, begin to re-open.

Click here for Tips for Supporting Infants and Young Children as We Re-Open

 

 

 

Click here to read the Fall 4C Connection newsletter.

4C Connection Fall 2020 web