THURSDAY | OCTOBER 8, 2020 | 6:30PM to 9:30PM
ADDRESSING SOCIAL EMOTIONAL NEEDS OF CHILDREN, FAMILIES AND THE WORKFORCE DURING A PANDEMIC
Trainers: Ashley Fehringer & Lisa Spera
Duration: 2 hours
COK: 2-hour Child Development
The SEFEL Pyramid Model is a national model that serves as a framework for promoting and supporting infant and early childhood mental health and social emotional development. But how do you translate this support for social emotional development when the once-familiar family child care landscape has had to suddenly shift to accommodate for the still uncertain COVID-19 context?
Now more than ever, the children and families’ social emotional needs must be addressed. And support to the workforce, who are working harder to engage and serve families while dealing with the needs of their own must be considered. In this two hour webinar, we will give participants an introduction to the SEFEL Pyramid Model and how they can use it in their setting. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss with their peers challenges and process content together. We will also introduce participants to the online full Pyramid Model training suit where they can get up 18 hour COK clock hours.
To learn more about the Pyramid Model and the online trainings please visit their website:
**Note: All registrations will be reviewed. Training is for current members only. If you already paid your membership and have not received your Digital Card, please put "pending" on the MSFCCA Member No.
Terms and Conditions
Registration will be processed on a first-come, first-serve basis. We will give priority to those members who have not used their free virtual training. Class sizes are limited; early registration is recommended.