As early childhood teachers and caregivers, we are experiencing history in the making. Some childcare providers are on the frontlines providing childcare for our nation’s essential workers, while some caregivers and teachers are dedicated to supporting families and children entirely through online connections for the very first time. During the COVID-19 pandemic, ChildCare Education Institute, the leader in online professional development for early childhood professionals, is offering the course, ADM107: Coping with Crises and Traumatic Events, entirely FREE to each of you. The course will help all early childhood professionals gain tools and insights for helping children and families develop positive coping skills and recovery insights during times of crisis and trauma.
Coping with Crises and Traumatic Events – a FREE Course from ChildCare Education Institute
Children develop varying degrees of coping skills during times of crisis and trauma. Children are especially vulnerable, and they need the support of early childhood professionals in order to navigate adversity, while gaining tools to positively cope with crises and traumatic events.
Child trauma and its results cannot be viewed through a simple lens of cause and effect. There are layers to crises and trauma that involve the type of trauma, severity, and how long a child is subjected to the crisis. The multidimensional aspects of appropriate crisis and trauma interventions must also take into account a child’s age and developmental status, as well as other familial, economic, and cultural factors. There isn’t a one-size-fits-all remedy for crisis and trauma, but there are best practices and tools to help our families and children. As early childhood caregivers and teachers, gaining the appropriate tools to help guide our nation’s children involves a framework that identifies and facilitates key insights in a strength-oriented approach to coping and recovery from crises and traumatic events.
From May 1 to May 31, 2020, ChildCare Education Institute is offering the course, ADM107: Coping with Crises and Traumatic Events, entirely FREE to you, to assist all early childhood professionals with tools to guide children and families toward positive coping and recovery skills.
Free Course Offering and Registration Information:
- Early childhood professionals can register to take the free course from May 1 – 31, 2020.
- The course focuses on how to reduce the impact of traumatic events on children, families, and in early childhood environments.
- ADM107: Coping with Crises and Traumatic Events shares best practices, strategies and resources to help children and families recover and cope after an emergency, disaster, or other traumatic event.
- The course is a beginner-level course which requires three hours to complete.
- There are no additional texts required for the course, and like all courses from ChildCare Education Institute, the class can be accessed at any time, 24/7, from any device.
- Signing up for the course doesn’t require an active CCEI membership.
- To register for the course, please visit ChildCare Education Institute.
How Can You Prepare for Challenges TODAY and In the Future?
Let’s prepare mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually for the unprecedented challenges today, and in the future, by gaining new tools and insights for coping with crises and traumatic events. While practicing social distancing, we all can use the time to take needed courses, update our own skills, and take advantage of the FREE course, ADM107: Coping with Crises and Traumatic Events, from ChildCare Education Institute.
ChildCare Education Institute offers many amazing courses for childcare providers, ECE teachers, childcare staff, and others working in early childhood environments. You’ll gain relevant tools and up-to-date insights from every course that you can implement immediately in your own ECE environment. All courses are delivered entirely online, 24/7/365, so you can learn at your own pace from home, work, or wherever you are. I’ve personally taken many early childhood education courses, including GUI 102: Conflict Resolution in the Early Childhood Environment and SOC 109: Building Resilience in Young Children through ChildCare Education Institute. The courses are convenient, easy to navigate, and offer relevant content I can always use immediately to guide our own children to success. CCEI is always my first choice for online learning. Try a course from ChildCare Education Institute for yourself to see how easy it is to gain knowledge and credits online!
ChildCare Education Institute provides high-quality, online training courses and programs, applicable to those who work in an array of childcare settings, including center-based care, Head Start, family childcare, Pre-K classrooms, after-school environments, and more. Over 150 English and Spanish training courses are available to meet licensing, recognition programs, or Head Start requirements. ChildCare Education Institute also has online certification programs that the coursework requirement for national credentials including the CDA, Director and Early Childhood Credentials. CCEI, a Council for Professional Recognition CDA Gold Standard Comprehensive training provider, is nationally accredited by the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC) and is accredited as an Authorized Provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET).
- 99 percent of students say they would recommend ChildCare Education Institute to others
- Nearly 6,000,000 online course hours completed by CCEI students
- Graduated over 18,000 early childhood professionals from CDA and other certificate programs
- Web-based coursework is available 24/7/365
- 30 hours of new content added each year
- IACET CEUs earned at no additional cost
- New users are eligible for a free trial course that changes each month
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