Fall 2016 Vol. XXIV No. IV Published by the Oakland County Child Care CouncilOakland 4C – On the Move for YOU!The Oakland County Child Care Council recently relocated to Southfield! Our officeis conveniently located at 29201 Telegraph Road, Suite 515 in the Comerica Tower!We are just 7 miles south on Telegraph from our former location in Bloomfield Hills.With just a hop, skip, and jump from the M-10 (Lodge Freeway) and I-696, whereveryou are you can get to us easily!Both Online and Classroom Style Training Available!In this newsletter you’ll see we have our online classes available to you.With a paid membership to the Council, you will receive special pricingfor all online classes. Everyone can register for our high-quality classroom basedtraining at the same low rate. We understand you need great information deliveredin a fun and friendly atmosphere, and we aim to deliver! So take a look inside and consider us next time youneed training. Whether from the comfort of your home with our online classes, or in our office withclassroom style training, we think you’ll find your time and resources well-spent! Be sure to visit ourwebsite (oaklandchildcare.org) and sign up for our listserv – we will be adding new classes regularlyand the listserv is the best way to learn of them!WE WISH YOU A WONDERFUL FALL SEASON, AND JOYOUS HOLIDAYS WITH FAMILY ANDFRIENDS!DON’T LIVE IN OAKLAND COUNTY? NO WORRIES! WE ARE HERE TO SERVEANY/ALL CHILD CARE PROVIDERS AND STAFF. MEMBERSHIP AND SERVICES AREOPEN TO ALL!‘Quality Child Care Lasts a Lifetime’
The Oakland 4C Staff – Working for YOU!Clockwise from the tallest are:Danelle Watts - CDA Coordinator & Coach/Mentor, PDS for CDA. BSFamily/Child Studies, MBA-Non-Profit Management. Joined the Council in2002.Michelle Mertic- Instructor, Content Expert/Course Developer, PDS forCDA. MSW, MEd-ECE (in process). Joined the Council in 2015.Sherry Scruggs - CDA Specialist (former CDA as well), Instructor, ReferralSpecialist. BA-Secondary Ed, extensive EC coursework and experience inchild care administration. Joined the Council in 2006.Charlotte Harper- Referral Specialist, CDA Support. BSW, extensiveknowledge of Foster Care and Parenting. Joined the Council in 2009 as avolunteer, joined staff in 2011.Susan Allen- Chief Executive, Trainer, Content Expert/Course Developer.BS-Family/Child Studies, EdM-Human Development. Joined the Council in1999.(Not Pictured) Chad Ozias, Online Training Facilitator/Support.BA-History/English, EC coursework and extensive experience in child careservices to children and families.Special Thanks to our Oakland 4CProvider and Non-Profit PartnersAll-Stars PreschoolCedar Crest Early ChildhoodThe Child Minder—Cheri CliftonCrossroads Learning CenterFirst Steps Child CareHands of Hope Childcare CenterKimberly MarvinAddams Early Childhood CenterTiny Geniuses Preschool & DaycareDeane CastillouxMUC Children’s AcademyOur Shepherd Child CareTroy Babes in ToylandWarm Hugs Child CareWee Discover Child CareUpcoming Conferences and EventsMichigan AEYCInfant/Toddler ConferenceFriday, October 21, 2016Edward Hotel and Convention CenterDearborn, MIwww.miaeyc.org/conferences/infant toddler.htm26th Annual Community Sharing for Healthy CaringA Regional Early Childhood ConferenceSaturday, November 12, 2016 - 7:30am to 5:00pmHowell High SchoolHowell, mlOakland County Child Care CouncilBoard of DirectorsChairperson: Michelle Johnson, Esq., Legal Aid andDefender AssociationVice Chair: Larry Blevins, AT&TSecretary: Sue Graf, Troy Babes in Toyland, TroyTreasurer: Rhonda Grubb, Wee Discover, WaterfordNatalie DeLeo, Mortgage Resource Plus, SouthfieldOakland County Child Care Council29201 Telegraph Rd. Suite 515Southfield, MI 48034P: 248-333-9545www.oaklandchildcare.orgFall 2016 Child Care Today2
Child CareProvider ServicesThe Oakland County Child CareCouncil Training CancellationProcedureTo find out if a classroom based training has beenProfessional Development Courses cancelled due to weather, call the office atWhether you operate a small home business, takecare of a relative’s child or work in a large child carecenter, we have something to offer you. A selectionof courses includes: child development, caring forinfants and toddlers developing learning tools andteaching resources, planning learning activities forchildren, working with children who have specialneeds, and job duties of a child care administrator.Students can also earn college credit or traininghours to wards a Child Development Associate(CDA) Credential. Classes may be held at variouslocations and online.(248) 333-9545 ext. 13 for a message. This is theonly extension where a message will be left. Thecancellation message will be on voice mail one hourbefore the start of a Saturday class or by 5:00 pm forevening classes.Technical Assistance andConsultationOnline PaymentWe offer opportunities for CDA candidates toreceive technical support and assistance with theirProfessional Portfolio and Competency Statements,and lend an ear when you need support.Networking OpportunitiesMeet with other child care providers. Share yourchallenges and successes. Find ne w friends,discover resources, and enjoy social gatherings.Community ResourcesAvailable to all child care providers, we offerinformation about child development, activitiesfor children, health and safety issues, nutritionand running a successful business. Internet accessis free, copy machine and laminator are availablefor a nominal fee.Training EtiquetteChild care is not offered, please do not bringchildren with you to classroom training. Wereserve the right to deny providing a certificate ofcompletion to a participant who is disruptive,inattentive, or intermittently absent from class dueto telephone calls or other distractions.If you use our online payment system, yourinformation will be used as your registration for thecourse. If the course is filled, you will be notified andyour full payment will be returned to you by checkor reversed to your credit card.Online Class ProcedureOnce you pay and are placed in an online class, you’llreceive a user name, password, and enrollment keywith instructions to access the course one day priorto the course start date. Online courses will beavailable beginning at noon on the schedule d date.CDA Classes OnlineThere are 8 total CDA classes and each class is 15hours. They can be taken in any order and there isno prerequisite. Essentials of Working with YoungChildren is the text book for these classes and canbe purchased from Oakland 4C for 55 (limitedquantity). You can also order from the Council forProfessional Recognition directly atwww.cdacouncil.orgInvest in yourself throughprofessional development,and you invest in our future:Our children!To register for classes, complete theenclosed registration form on page 7or visit our training payment page toregister and pay online at:oaklandchildcare.org/trainingpaymentDirections to the Oakland County Child Care Council OfficeThe Oakland County Child Care Council is located at 29201 Te le graph Rd Suite 515 in Southfie ld. We are on the southbound side of Te le graph, just be fore Twe lve Mile Rd, in theCome rica Towe r. Ple ase visit the main page of our we bsite for a map to our location.
Specialized Topics in Child CareAll fees listed are per person. Online classes must be completed by the last day of the session!DatesClass TitleMemberFeeMember 135 15015 135 15015CDA Track: Planning a Safe, Healthy EnvironmentThis is an online course - Text required please see page 5 for details . 135 15015Administrative Training Part 1This is an online course see page 5 for details. 135 15015Administrative Training Part 2This is an online course see page 5 for details. 135 1501512/18/1610/5/16 -Foundations of Infant and Toddler Care (Part A) 135 15015 135 15015 135 15015 90 1001010/5/16-CDA Track: Observing and Recording Children’s BehaviorNon-HrsThis is an online course - Text required please see page 5 for details .11/1/1610/26/16 -CDA Track: Principles of Growth and Development11/22/16This is an online course - Text required please see page 5 for details.11/23/16 12/20/1610/17/16 11/13/1611/21/16 -11/1/16This is an online course see page 5 for details.10/26/16 -Infant and Toddler Part B11/22/16This is an online course see page 5 for details.11/23/16 -Infant and Toddler Part C12/20/16This is an online course see page 5 for details.10/24/16 -Caring for School Age Children11/13/16This is an online course see page 5 for /3/199a- 3:30p9a- 3:30p9a- 3:30pFirst Aid & CPRHeld @ Oakland 4C office 29201 Telegraph Rd Ste 515Southfield, 48034 60 656First Aid & CPRHeld @ Oakland 4C office 29201 Telegraph Rd Ste 515Southfield, 48034 60 656First Aid & CPRHeld @ Oakland 4C office 29201 Telegraph Rd Ste 515Southfield, 48034 60 656Interested in learning more about how YOU can earn your Child DevelopmentAssociate (CDA) Credential? We offer consultation and technical assistance,group and individual support! Financial assistance with the credentialing fees isavailable through TEACH! Let us help YOU! Yes, I’d like to learn more about achieving my CDA Credential and the support I can receive! NamePhone numberEmail:You can also email this information to firstname.lastname@example.orgSchedule of Classes Fall 2016MAIL OR FAX TO:Oakland CountyChild Care Council29201 Telegraph Rd.Ste 515Southfield, MI 48034Phone: 248-333-9545Fax: 248-281-3015
Oakland County Child Care Council Professional Development CoursesFoundations of Infant and Toddler Care (A)CDA Track: Observing and Recording- 15 hrs For the child care professional looking forspecialized training working with Infants & Toddlers.Topics include: setting up a healthy environment,social-emotional gro wth, cognitive development, rituals androutines, partnering with parents, and language development.Participants can earn 1.5 CEUs from MSU with additionalfee. ONLINECDA Subject Areas: #1(2hrs) #2(2hrs) #3(2hrs) #4(2hrs)#5(1hr) #6(2hrs) #8(4hrs)Children’s Behavior - 15 hrs Understand when toobserve children, ho w to distinguish bet ween methods ofobservation, discover documentation techniques, and learnho w to share observations with parents. The ability to applykey observations will assist in planning appropriateenvironments and activities for children. Participants canearn 1.5 CEUs from MSU with additional fee. ONLINECDA Subject Areas: #7 (15 hrs)Infant & Toddler Training Part B - 15 hrsSpecialized training dealing specifically with cognitivedevelopment and social-emotional gro wth and socializationfor Infants and Toddlers. Participants can earn 1.5 CEUsfrom MSU with additional fee. ONLINECDA Subject Areas: #1(2hrs) #2(2hrs) #3(3.5hrs) #4(2hrs)#6(1hr) #7(1hr) #8(3.5hrs)CDA Track: Principles of Growth andDevelopment – 15 hrsParticipants will explore domains of development,developmental milestones, and many other key concepts ofchild gro wth and development. Participants can earn 1.5CEUs from MSU with additional fee. ONLINECDA Subject Areas: #8 (15 hrs)Infant & Toddler Training Part C - 15 hrsSpecialized training dealing specifically with learning &development, culture, family and providers. Participants canearn 1.5 CEUs from MSU with additional fee. ONLINECDA Subject Areas: #1(2hrs) #2(3hrs) #3(3hrs) #4(2hrs)#5(1.5hr) #6(1hr) #7(2.5hrs)CDA Track: Planning a Safe, HealthyEnvironment - 15 hrsParticipants will learn about providing a safe and healthylearning environment and promoting good health andnutrition. Participants can earn 1.5 CEUs from MSU withadditional fee. ONLINECDA Subject Area: #1 (15 hrs)Caring for School Age Children - 10 hrsThis class will explore school age development, appropriateactivities, conflict resolution strategies, setting up theenvironment, and standards of professionalism. ONLINECDA Subject Areas: #1(2hrs) #2(2hrs) #3(2hrs) #6(2hr)#8(2hrs)CPR and First Aid Training - 6 hrsParticipants will learn Infant/Child and Adult CPR as well asPediatric First Aid.Required Text for CDA ClassesOnlineAdministrative Training Part 1 - 15 hrsThis training focuses on job duties and responsibilities of theChild Care Administrator. Each class features issues onworking with staff, building a team, revie w of personnel issues, and development of staff handbook. Participants canearn 1.5 CEUs from MSU with additional fee. ONLINECDA Subject Areas: #4(3hrs) #5(9hrs) #6(3hrs)Administrative Training Part 2 - 15 hrsLearn about the financial management of a program. Settingup a budget, tips for grant writing and fundraising will beshared. Students will also look at ways to recruit and retainfamilies in their programs. Participants can earn 1.5 CEUsfrom MSU with additional fee. ONLINECDA Subject Areas: #4(3hrs) #5(9hrs) #6(3hrs)The text Essentials of Working with Young Children is used forthe CDA classes and can be purchased from the Oakland 4C officefor 55 ( 10 additional to ship to you). You can also order from theCouncil for Professional Recognition directly atwww.cdacouncil.org.Call us at (248) 333–9545 for more information. Allow adequatetime to order and receive your text!Online Class ProcedureOnce you pay and are placed in an online class as a new student,you’ll receive a user name, password, and enrollment key withinstructions to access the course one day prior to the course startdate. Once you are in the system your information will remain onfile for any future classes you take online with us. Online courseswill be available beginning at noon on the scheduled start date.Quality Child Care Lasts a Lifetime!5
Classroom Based Training-at an Affordable Price!These classes are held at our office in Southfield and require a 20 fee, 25 for Make and Take classes.Register at oaklandchildcare.orgSocial/Emotional Climate in Infant/Toddler Care Settings (2 hours)Saturday 10/8/16 from 10:00a-noonYou will learn why it is important to pay attention to the social andemotional climate of infant and toddler settings. You will also beable to discuss the importance of caregiving routines and identifystrategies for using them to support social/emotional development.This training supports:Core Knowledge Area: Teaching and Learning (Primary), ChildDevelopment (Secondary)CDA Content Area: 3High Quality, Supportive Infant/Toddler Care Environments (2 hours)Thursday 10/27/16 from 6:30-8:30pmParticipants will learn key ways that the physical environment canpromote social/emotional development in infants and toddlers.This training supports:Core Knowledge Area: Teaching and Learning (Primary), ChildDevelopment (Secondary)CDA Content Area: 3Forming Relationships with Children and Families in yourInfant/Toddler Classroom (2 hours)Thursday 11/3/16 from 6:30-8:30pmIn this training, we will discuss how to best support families inpromoting routines, environments and targeted strategies tosupport the social/emotional development of their infants andtoddlers.This training supports:Core Knowledge Area: Teaching and Learning (Primary), ChildDevelopment (Secondary)CDA Content Area: 3Targeted Strategies to Build Social/Emotional Skills in Infants andToddlers (2 hours)Thursday 11/17/16 from 6:30-8:30pmParticipants will learn how to identify and implement targetedstrategies to intentionally build social/emotional skills in infantsand toddlers.This training supports:Core Knowledge Area: Teaching and Learning (Primary), ChildDevelopment (Secondary)CDA Content Area: 3Infant/Toddler Activities (Make and Take) 2 hoursSaturday 10/8/16 from 12:30-2:30pThis training is a make and take for those who work with infantsand toddlers. We will not only explore ideas and create activitiesfor these age groups but the rationale behind the activity and thebenefits for the child.This training supports: CDA Content Areas: 2 & 8Social/Emotional Development and Developing FriendshipSkills in Preschool (2 hours)Thursday 12/1/16 from 6:30-8:30pmParticipants will learn why it is important to be intentional aboutteaching social/emotional skills and identify strategies forsupporting the friendship skills of their students.This training supports:Core Knowledge Area: Teaching and Learning (Primary), ChildDevelopment (Secondary)CDA Content Area: 3Helping Preschoolers Enhance their Emotional Literacy and ControlTheir Anger and Impulse (2 hours)Saturday 12/10/16 from 10:00a-noonParticipants will be able to define emotional literacy and identifyactivities that build “feeling vocabularies.” Participants will alsounderstand the importance of providing opportunities for childrento begin to understand their own, as well as others’ emotions.We will discuss why children need to learn to control anger andhandle disappointment and will identify strategies to teach angermanagement skills.This training supports:Core Knowledge Area: Teaching and Learning (Primary), ChildDevelopment (Secondary)CDA Content Area: 3Developing Problem-Solving Skills, Individualizing Instruction andPartnering with Families (2 hours)Thursday 12/15/16 from 6:30-8:30pmParticipants will understand the importance of teaching problemsolving to preschoolers and will be able to identify the problemsolving steps.This training supports:Core Knowledge Area: Teaching and Learning (Primary), ChildDevelopment (Secondary)CDA Content Area: 3Preschool Activities (Make and Take) 2 hoursSaturday 12/10/16 from 12:30-2:30pThis class will consist of great activities to do with preschoolersand the information to help answer the parent question“Is that all they do is play all day?” Includes activities for art,math and science.This training supports: CDA Content Areas: 2 & 8Do you have a Kroger Plus Card?If so, please consider supporting the Council every time you shop!Visit https://www.kroger.com/account/ enrollCommunityRewardsNow, and link your card toorganization #44751 OAKLAND COUNTY CHILD CARE COUNCIL!Thank you in advance for naming us as your preferred non-profit for Kroger’s generous fundraisingprogram! If you don’t already have a Kroger Plus Card, you can easily register for one and then nameOakland 4C your preferred non-profit using the web address above!
Registration for Fall 2016 ClassesOne Registration Form per person Duplicate as Necessary!Nam e:Phone # where I can be reached:Home Address:Email Address:City/Zip:MemberType of care provided (please circle)FamilyGroup(will be verified)CenterNon-MemberRelative/Aide (In Home)ParentProgram Name AddressClass Name:Dates:Total trainings:Total CostRegistration is on a first come first served basis.To register online using a credit or debit card please visit our training paymentpage - http://oaklandchildcare.org/training-paymentIf your registration is received after a class has reached capacity, you will be notified.ALL registrations must be received 5 days prior to the first day of class.CPR/First Aid Classes: Make checks payable to Lay Responder TrainingAll other classes: Make checks payable to Oakland County Child Care CouncilNo refunds without notice 14 days prior to the start of the class.Mail registration to:Oakland County Child Care Council29201 Telegraph Rd Ste 515Southfield, MI 48034Attn: Training RegistrationFor more information, please call us at 248-333-9545The Oakland County Child Care Council reserves the right to CANCEL or CHANGE class location due toenrollment needs.Schedule of Classes Fall 20167
29201 Telegraph Road, Suite 515Southfield, MI 48034Look Inside for theTraining Calendar andRegistration Form!MEMBERSHIP AND PARTNERSHIP INFORMATIONWe offer the following membership options:Individual MembershipSenior/Student MembershipChild Care Provider Partnership:Home or CenterNon-Profit PartnershipBusiness Sponsorship:PlatinumGoldSilverBronzeMembershipat any levelachievespointstoward aGreat StartQualityrating!Individual and Senior/Studentmembers receive a discount onour fee based training!Staff persons of a Child CareProvider Partner receive anIndividual membership at theSenior/Student Rate.If you have any questionsabout membershipplease call us at248-333-9545.You may pay by:Cash, Check or Credit CardMembership is valid for one year from the date of registration.For a complete list of benefits with registration form and online payment option lp Wanted-Volunteer Committee MembersJoin our Leadership Team! We're looking for a few talented and conscientious volunteer committee members tostrengthen our services to the child caring community. Get in touch if you can contribute your time, thoughtfulness, andpassion approximately once a month for one of the following committees: governance, finance and audit, development andfundraising, and program and services. If you are interested in exploring this opportunity, send us an email email@example.com. Help us continue our work on behalf of early care educators and families!Fall 2016 Child Care Today8
Fall 2016 Vol. XXIV No. IV Published by the Oakland County Child Care Council Oakland 4C – On the Move for YOU! The Oakland County Child Care Council recently relocated to Southfield! Our office is conveniently located
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