CCR&R offers no-cost, interactive webinars for early childhood professionals. It is now easier than ever to improve your business and the quality of services for children.

Browse the July 2019 to June 2020 webinar schedule below to see if there is a training option to fit your professional development goals. Need help with planning your training for the year? Connect with your Child Care Consultant and make your Professional Development plan today!


Universal Precautions

1 hour DHS credit

Presented by: Certified Child Care Health Professionals

Intended Audience: Required annually for Child Care Center and preschool staff; optional for Child Development Homes

Child care professionals attending this training will learn what can be done to protect the children in their care from the spread of germs and disease. Additionally, they will gain an understanding of the importance of post-exposure policies and procedures. This training meets Iowa Department of Human Services (DHS) licensing Universal Precautions training requirements and OSHA law.

Register by clicking on the dates below. Follow the prompts within the webinar platform to select the appropriate date.


Growing Healthy Learning Dispositions

1.5 hours DHS credit

Presented by: Sherri Peterson, Program Coordinator, Regents' Center for Early Developmental Education, University of Northern Iowa

Intended Audience: Child Care Center and preschool staff; Child Development Homes; School-age care

This webinar will focus on assisting young children in developing healthy learning dispositions, providing opportunities for children to learn perspective-taking and engaging and supporting children in resolving conflicts in order to foster mutual respect in early childhood classrooms.

Register by clicking on the dates below. Follow the prompts within the webinar platform to select the appropriate date.


Coming to Terms: Contracts and Policies

2 hours DHS credit

Presented by: Tom Copeland, Leading Expert on the Business of Family Child Care

Intended Audience: Child Development Homes

This webinar will guide Child Development Home businesses through the differences between a contract and policy.

Register by clicking on the date below.


Taking Care of Business: The Basic Rules to Master Recordkeeping

2 hours DHS credit

Presented by: Tom Copeland, Leading Expert on the Business of Family Child Care

Intended Audience: Child Development Homes

This webinar will direct Child Development Home businesses to strategies on how to keep good records, allowing them to save time and money on their taxes.

Register by clicking on the date below.


Taking Care of Business: Successful Strategies to Marketing Business

2 hours DHS credit

Presented by: Tom Copeland, Leading Expert on the Business of Family Child Care

Intended Audience: Child Development Homes

This webinar will help providers find strategies to effectively market their Child Development Home business.

Register by clicking on the date below.


Due to the changes to the requirements with the Mandatory Child Abuse Reporting Training, Iowa CCR&R will no longer offer the training as a webinar. However, you may access it here.


Important Registration Tips: Once you register on the GoToWebinar link, you will receive an email from GoToWebinar confirming your registration. Please keep this email, as you will need the link to enter the class. You will then be AUTO registered on the DHS Training Registry and receive an additional confirmation by email. 

Webinar Certificates: In order to receive credit for webinars, participants must login on their own computer (2 people cannot share a computer), stay on for the entire webinar and answer all of the poll questions. Additionally, certificates are mailed 2-3 weeks after the webinar.

Review the Webinar Start-up Guide here.

 

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