Monday, July 28

Save the Children’s Child Care Emergency Preparedness Training helps
child care professionals develop and implement robust emergency
plans that cater to the specific needs of their program. Written by Save
the Children’s nationally recognized emergency experts, the course
teaches participants best practices in evacuation, relocation and family
re-unification. The curriculum also provides guidance for practical
applications to improve overall emergency protocol.

Upon completion of this training, participants will be able to:
• Identify hazards and risks at their child care site.
• Create a written plan that addresses the emergency needs of their
   program.
• Communicate, practice, and update their emergency plan on a regular
   basis.

Two Part Series
July 28-29
6:30-8:30pm
Meeting Room 1

This workshop will be presented by:

Sponsored by:

 

 

 

Tuesday, July 29

Save the Children’s Child Care Emergency Preparedness Training helps
child care professionals develop and implement robust emergency
plans that cater to the specific needs of their program. Written by Save
the Children’s nationally recognized emergency experts, the course
teaches participants best practices in evacuation, relocation and family
re-unification. The curriculum also provides guidance for practical
applications to improve overall emergency protocol.

Upon completion of this training, participants will be able to:
• Identify hazards and risks at their child care site.
• Create a written plan that addresses the emergency needs of their
   program.
• Communicate, practice, and update their emergency plan on a regular
   basis.

Two Part Series
July 28-29
6:30-8:30pm
Meeting Room 1

This workshop will be presented by:

Sponsored by:

 

 

 

Repeats every month on April, May, June, July, August, September, October on the last Thursday 7 times .
Thursday, April 24, Thursday, May 29, Thursday, June 26, Thursday, July 31, Thursday, August 28, Thursday, September 25, Thursday, October 30

Getting licensed? Or thinking about it? Come meet with BANANAS’ staff and other providers to share your experiences, questions and concerns about becoming a family child care provider and get your business started. Note: To obtain a family child care license, you must attend a Community Care Licensing (CCL) orientation.  Pre-register and pre-pay the $25 fee to attend the CCL orientation by calling CCL at 510-622-2602 or going to www.ccld.ca.gov

Sunday, August 3

This 15-hour course is offered in English in 2 sessions. It includes CPR, First Aid and Preventive Health and meets the State Licensing requirement to operate or work in a child care program.  Pre-registration and payment is required. Call us for registration forms and information about classes in Chinese, Spanish and Vietnamese at 510-658-7353.

Repeats every week 3 times except Thu Aug 28 2014.
Thursday, August 14, Thursday, August 21, Thursday, September 4

Los jueves, 14 y 21 de agosto y jueves, 4 de septiembre del 2014 de 7:00pm-9:00pm.

En este taller Maria Gomez  se enfocara en  prácticas adecuadas para programas exitosos de cuidado infantil hogareño.  Los temas incluirán: Contratos y Pólizas, Impuestos y Mantenimiento de Archivos, Prácticas de Salud y Seguridad (póliza de niños enfermos, los archivos de vacunas)  y mucho más!  Esta serie de tres partes es para nuevas y no tan nuevas proveedoras de Cuidado Infantil Hogareño.  Seguimiento a esta serie será en septiembre y visitaremos la casa de una proveedora experimentada, para conocer y aprender más acerca del negocio de cuidado infantil hogareño. Por favor de llamar al (510) 658-7353 para registrarse.

 

Saturday, August 16

This 7-hour course in English, includes Preventive health training information and costs $50. If you need the 15-hour course to meet child care licensing requirements, you must enroll for CPR/First Aid.  CPR/First Aid is an eight hour course that costs $90. The charge for all three classes (CPR, First Aid and preventative Health) is $120. You CANNOT register for these classes online. Pre-registration and payment is required. Call us for registration forms and information about classes in Chinese, Spanish and Vietnamese at 510-658-7353

Repeats every month on May, June, July, August on the third Tuesday 4 times .
Tuesday, May 20, Tuesday, June 17, Tuesday, July 15, Tuesday, August 19

The Family Law Clinics sponsored by BANANAS and offered by the Volunteer Legal Services of the Alameda County Bar Association, and are held at our office. These clinics help low-income families with domestic matters. Reservations are required; call Volunteer Legal Services, 302-2222 x4. 

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