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YOUTH DEVELOPMENT TRAININGS AND EDUCATIONACHIEVE OUT-OF-SCHOOL TIME (OST)FINANCIAL INCENTIVES
Page2of12Venue Website/Cost/Location/Hours Example Training Opportunities Prime Time Palm Beach County www.primetimepbc.org Free Site-Based Three Hours To access trainings, click What We Offer, select The OST Professional and choose Trainings. Active Learning Ask-Listen-Encourage Building Community Cooperative Learning Global Graffiti Wall: Exploring and Embracing Our Uniqueness Homework Help Navigating the Lesson Plan OST Leadership Series Planning and Reflection Program Self-Assessment (PBC-PQA Basics) Progressive Too: A Deeper Look Quality Coaching Raising the Cultural Vibration in Out-of-School Time Reframing Behavior Management Series Reframing Conflict SEL 101 and Morning/Afternoon Meeting STEAM Initiative Training Structure and Clear Limits The Magic of Learning in Out-of-School Time: Science and Reading The Progressive Afterschool Practitioner Well-being Tools for Practitioners and Youth Series Youth Voice Children’s Services Council Palm Beach County www.cscpbc.org Free Site-Based Hours Vary To access trainings, click Training Calendar and enter the keyword. Cultural Bias: Recognizing What You Bring to the Interaction Combatting Compassion Fatigue Supporting Families and Children with Special Needs Cultural Humility, Solidarity and Responsiveness Introduction to Racial-Equity Trauma-Informed Care Introduction to Mindfulness Palm Beach State College www.palmbeachstate.edu Free (Prime Time scholarships are available to cover course and book fees) Instructor-Led 10-40 Hours To access courses, select Register For Classes and enter the Course ID/Number. HEV0803: Part 1 School-Age Certification HEV0804: Part 2 Foundations of Advancing Youth Development Principles HEV0194: School Age Professional Certificate Module I HEV0195: School Age Professional Certificate Module II
Page3of12Venue Website/Cost/Location/Hours Example Training Opportunities Palm Beach State College (CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE) HEV0123: 10-Hour Special Needs Appropriate Practices HEO0106: Child Care First Aid and CPR HEV0003: School Age Appropriate Practices HEV0004: Understanding Developmentally Appropriate Practice Florida Department of Children and Families www.myflfamilies.com $10 Each Online Two -12 Hours To access trainings, click Services, select Child Care and choose Training and Registry Login. Child Care Facility Rules and Regulations Identifying and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect Health, Safety, and Nutrition Understanding Developmentally Appropriate Practice School Age Appropriate Practices Achieving and Maintaining Quality in Afterschool Programs Special Needs Appropriate Practices School-Age Program Quality Standards and Self-Assessment Supporting Literacy in School-Age Programs Supporting Children with Developmental Disabilities Trauma-Informed Care for Child Care Professionals Challenging Behaviors Awareness and Prevention Effective Communication for Child Care Quality in Child Care Setting Obesity Prevention and Healthy Lifestyles Basic Guidance and Discipline Fire Safety and Emergency Preparedness Playground Safety Transportation Safety Water Safety in Child Care Programs Performance Reviews: A Tool for Professional Development Tips for Selecting the Right Staff Computer Technology for Child Care Professionals Guide to Record Keeping Florida Office of Early Learning www.floridaearlylearning.com Free Online One -Two Hours To access trainings, click Statewide Initiatives, choose Health and Safety and select Early Learning Florida Health and Safety Modules. Health and Sanitation Safety in the Environment Precautions in Transporting Children Safe Sleep Practices Child Safety and Prevention Planning for Emergencies Preventing Child Abuse and Supporting Children in Trauma
Page4of12Venue Website/Cost/Location/Hours Example Training Opportunities Florida Office ofEarly Learning(CONTINUEDFROMPREVIOUSPAGE)Supporting the Social-Emotional Development of: Mixed Age GroupingsAcademy forCompetentYouth Work www.youthworkacademy.org
$25 Online Hours Vary To access trainings, select Online Training.
Ethics for Child and Youth Care Practitioners Telling The Story: Documentation for Child and Youth Care Workers
Act for Youth
Free Online 30 Minute Modules To access trainings, selectYouth Work Professionals, click PYD 101 Online Courses and visit www.pyd101.net. Principles of Positive Youth Development Puberty and Adolescence Youth and Technology Youth Development Programming Youth Voice and Engagement Youth Work Ethics American CPRCare Association www.cprcare.com $25-$36 Online and Blended Learning (online only modules may not meet OSHA requirements for workplacecertification) Hours Vary To access trainings, click Certification and choose select “Start Course” for the topic.
CPR/AED and First Aid CPR/AED Certification First Aid Bloodborne Pathogens American HeartAssociation
www.heart.org $15 and up (*Certificate Fee Varies) Online, Site-Based and Blended Learning Courses (online onlymodules may not meet OSHArequirements for workplacecertification) Hours Vary To access trainings, click CPR, select Find a Course
Heartsaver® First Aid CPR AED Heartsaver® CPR AED Heartsaver® First Aid Heartsaver® Bloodborne Pathogens American RedCross
www.redcross.org $30 and up (*Certificate Fee Varies) Online, Site-Based and Blended Learning Courses (online onlymodules may not meet OSHArequirements for workplacecertification)To access trainings, click Training & Certification.
Adult, Child And Baby First Aid/CPR/AED Child And Baby First Aid/CPR/AED\ Basic Life Support Bloodborne Pathogens Training First Aid First Aid For Severe Bleeding
Page5of12Venue Website/Cost/Location/Hours Example Training Opportunities American Red Cross (CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE) Hours Vary First Aid, Health And Safety For Coaches Anaphylaxis And Epinephrine Auto-Injector Anti-Bullying Alliance www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk Free Online 30 – 45-Minute Modules To access trainings, click Free CPD Online Training. What is Bullying? Bullying and the Law Bullying and SEN/Disability 10 Principles to Reduce Bullying Preventing Bullying Responding to Bullying Cyberbullying (Online Bullying) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention https://tceols.cdc.gov Free Online Hours Vary To access trainings, select Search Courses and enter keyword. Principles of Prevention Bullying Prevention Dating Matters: Understanding Teen Dating Violence Prevention CEU-Hours.Com www.ceu-hours.com $12-$45 Online One -12 Hours To access trainings, click CE Course List. Autism Spectrum Disorders: An Introduction Demystifying Trauma: Pathways to Healing Disaster Response With Children Helping Children Cope with Trauma Suicide: Risk and Prevention Child Care Lounge www.childcarelounge.com $6 Per Hour Online One -10 Hours To access trainings, click Child Care Training and select Individual Classes. Proud to be a Professional The Anti-bias Approach Caring for Yourself as a Child Care Provider Becoming Part of a Professional Team Recruiting Child Care Staff Bullies: How to Manage and Prevent Their Behavior Autism in Your Child Care Setting Every Child is Unique Excellence in Customer Service
Page6of12Venue Website/Cost/Location/Hours Example Training Opportunities Child Care Lounge (CONTINUED FROM THE PREVIOUS PAGE) Principles of Child Development Theories of Child Development Mentoring Methods Understanding and Responding to ADHD in the Classroom Where Everyone is Welcome The Best Ideas on Staff Management First Friends Cooking Up Some Fun Communication and Conflict Preventing Misbehavior School-Age Development Social and Emotional Skills Spell School Readiness The Impact of Violence on Young Children While Children Play: Your Role Promoting Family Partnerships Nuts About Nutrition Mental Health First Aid www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org Free-$30 Site-Based and online Eight Hours To access trainings, click Take a Course, select Find a Course and enter your location. Mental Health First Aid (FREE) Mental Health First Aid Online Re-Certification Mindful Continuing Education www.mindfulceus.com Free Online One Hour To access training, click Courses and select Free CE. The Effect of Child Maltreatment on Brain Development National CPR Foundation www.nationalcprfoundation.com Free (*Certificate fee $20 and up) Online (online only modules may not meet OSHA requirements for workplace certification) Hours Vary To access trainings, click All Courses. Standard CPR/AED Standard First-Aid CPR/AED/First-Aid Bloodborne Pathogens Basic Life Support (BLS) PBS TeacherLine www.pbs.org/teacherline Free-Low Cost Per CEU Hour Online One Hour and Thirty Minutes - Five Hours To access trainings, click Course Catalog and search by keyword. Using Shared Reading to Teach and Engage All Readers Classroom Video Production K-2 Science Tips: Animal Adaptations K-2 Science Tips: Energy & Motion Quantum Units Education www.quantumunitsed.com Free-$3 Per CEU Hour Online Hours Vary To access trainings, click Online CE Courses and select a category (or search for CE Courses). Increasing the Effectiveness of Suicide Prevention Strategies
Page7of12Venue Website/Cost/Location/Hours Example Training Opportunities Quantum Units Education (CONTINUED FROM THE PREVIOUS PAGE) (FREE) Serving LGBT Youth and Adult Populations Preventing High Risk Behaviors and Violence in Youth Supporting Brain Development in Traumatized Youth Prevention of Youth Violence and Risk Associated Behaviors Bullying Prevention and Response Disruptive Behavior Disorders: Evidence-Based Practices Applied Developmental Perspectives on Self-Regulation and Toxic Stress Self-Regulation and Toxic Stress - An Applied Developmental Perspective Cultural Competencies for Counselors and Other Clinical Staff Counselor Competence for Treating LGBT Clients Concept of Trauma and Guidance for a Trauma-Informed Approach Trauma Awareness Leadership Management: Building Trust Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools www.rems.ed.gov Free Online Hours Vary To access trainings, select Take a Virtual Training and under the Online Courses section click View Our Course Topics. Developing Emergency Operations Plans (EOPs) K-12 101 School EOPs In-Depth: Developing a Bereavement and Loss Annex School EOPs In-Depth: Planning for Large Events stopbullying.gov www.stopbullying.gov Free Online One Hour and Thirty Minutes To access training, click Resources, choose Training Center and select Bullying Prevention Training Courses. Bullying Prevention Training Course TeachME Professional Development www.teachmeceus.com Free-$4 Per CEU Hour Online Hours Vary To access trainings, click Courses. Violence and Bullying Among School-Aged Youth (FREE) Psychosocial Problems Facing School-Aged Youth Substance Abuse Among School-Aged Children Understanding, Supporting, and Engaging Newcomer Students and Their Families Depression in Children, Adolescents, and Young Adults Advancing the Well-Being of At-Risk Youth A Whole School Approach to Promote Social and Emotional Well-Being Appraising the Progress of IDEA in Educating Children with Disabilities
Page8of12Venue Website/Cost/Location/Hours Example Training Opportunities TeachME Professional Development (CONTINUED FROM THE PREVIOUS PAGE) Classifying and Mediating Attention Problems in Youth A Brief Guide to Addressing Equity of Opportunity for All Students Developing Grit, Tenacity and Perseverance in the Learning Environment Supporting LGBT Children and Their Families Innovation in Stem Education Update on Children's Exposure to Violence, Crime and Abuse Aggression and ADHD Classifying and Mediating Attention Problems in Youth Texas A&M AgriLife Extension www.extensiononline.tamu.edu Free (*Certificate Fee Varies) Online Hours Vary To access trainings, select Courses. Recommended course topics include Child Care and Family. Child Health and Safety Caring for Children with Special Health Care Needs Emergency Planning for Child Care Providers Child Abuse and Neglect Child Maltreatment: A Guide for Child Care Professionals Nutrition and Physical Activity Age-Appropriate Physical Activity for Children Healthy Interactions: Promoting Lifelong Nutrition Including Children with Special Needs An Introduction to Inclusive Child Care for Preschool and School-Age Children Activity-Based Support for Children with Different Developmental and Functional Needs Activity-Based Support in Inclusive Preschool and School-Age Child Care Emergency Preparedness for Children with Special Needs Establishing a Healthy and Safe Environment for Preschool and School-Age Children with Special Needs Strategies for Caring for Preschool and School-Age Children with Challenging Behaviors Strategies for Caring for Preschool and School-Age Children with Sensory Integration Issues Strategies for Helping Preschool and School-Age Children Develop Self-Help Skills in the Inclusive Child Care Setting Strategies for Partnering with Families of Children with Special Needs Strategies for Partnering with Parents of Children with Special Needs Supporting Positive Peer Interactions in Inclusive Child Care
Page9of12Venue Website/Cost/Location/Hours Example Training Opportunities Texas A&M AgriLife Extension (CONTINUED FROM THE PREVIOUS PAGE) Settings Supporting the Establishment of Strong Peer and Adult-Child Relationships in the Inclusive Child Care Environment Professional Development and Leadership Establishing Positive Relationships with Families Child Growth and Development Child Growth and Development from Infancy to School-Age Family Rebalancing Work and Life: Be the Model ADHD, Anxiety, and Autism: Practical Approaches to Child Psychiatry Working to Balance Life Recharging! Combating Compassion Fatigue Communication In the Crunch Overview of Suicide Risk Assessment and Prevention The Care Courses School Inc. www.carecourses.com Free-$50 Online Hours Vary To access trainings, click Care Courses by Title. A Joyful Life of Caregiving (FREE) Fun and Fitness: Addressing Childhood Obesity Social-Emotional Development in Young Children School-Age Children: Spatial Intelligence Abuse and Neglect: a Caregiver's Guide to Child Abuse Conferencing with Parents Preventing Child Abuse and Helping Its Victim Family Diversity Witnesses to Violence: Helping Children Cope in a Violent World After-School Programs Children with Special Needs: Physical Disabilities Understanding Each Other: Communicating with Families, Staff and Your Community ADHD Children's Challenging Behaviors Let's Play Outdoors Improving Staff Performance Partnerships with Parents Facilitating Staff Skill Development The Workplace Environment Active or Hyperactive
Page10of12Venue Website/Cost/Location/Hours Example Training Opportunities The Florida Certification Board www.flcertificationboard.org Free Online Hours Vary To access trainings, click Education and Training, select FBC Online Training and choose Click To View Courses. Suicide Prevention Leadership University of Maryland School of Medicine https://mdbehavioralhealth.com Free Online Hours Vary To access trainings, click Online Training. Partnering with Youth and Families Promotion, Prevention, and Early Intervention Strategies for Children and Youth Child and Adolescent Development The Adolescent Brain Child and Adolescent Mental Health Disorders Youth and Problem Gambling Suicide Prevention University of Minnesota Extension https://extension.umn.edu Free/Low Cost Online Self-Guided Courses (3-6 Hours) Cohort Courses (15-24 Hours) To access trainings, in the search section type Youth Work Courses. Dilemmas in Youth Work: A self-study Youth Engagement Matters: A self-study Youth Work Matters: A self-study Cohort Course: Leadership Matters Cohort Course: Youth Work Matters Youth Development Institute www.partnershipuniversity.org Free Online One - Two Hours To access trainings, click YDI Courses. Adolescent Development Age Appropriate Discipline Child Development Overview of Positive Youth Development Youth Intervention Programs Association www.yipa.org Member: Free Non-Member: $30-$100 Online Hours Vary To access trainings, click Trainings and select Live Online and Demanding Trainings. Design Thinking for Dynamic Youth Work Gender Literacy for Inclusive Youth Work Youth DO Have Rights! Using Behavior Interventions to Build Self-Regulation Help All Youth Heal: A Journey Through Restorative Practices Identifying and Addressing Depression in Youth Less Stress with Move Mindfully® Interventions The Incremental Strategy of Harm Reduction in Youth Work Trauma Across Generations: Engaging the African American Community
Page11of12Venue Website/Cost/Location/Hours Example Training Opportunities Youth Intervention Programs Association (CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE) Conflict Resolution Relationships, Girls, and Juvenile Justice Interventions Helping Youth Make Healthy Choices How You Can Help Youth Manage Anxiety Understanding Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Makes a Difference Equity and Inclusion in Youth Work Positive Youth Development in Talking About Sexuality Topics Teen Brain Development & Risk for Substance Abuse What You Need to Know About Eating Disorders Your Role in Retaining Great Youth Workers Supporting Youth Living With Tourette Syndrome or Autism Spectrum Engaging Youth via Pop Culture Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Advocacy to the Next Level The Trials and Tribulations of Adolescence Ethical Dilemmas in Youth Work Suicide Prevention Steps Youth Workers Need to Know Text Me! Using Mobile Technology to Engage and Provide Training to Youth Self-Sabotaging Behaviors LGBTQ Foundations: Awareness, Knowledge, and Skills Youth Violence Recorded How to be a Good Advocate for Youth Youth Empowerment For questions or inquiries, please contact: Nicole Tarsia Professional Development Scholarship and Incentives Specialist Prime Time Palm Beach County, Inc. 2300 High Ridge Road, Suite 330 Boynton Beach, Florida 33426 Phone: 561-732-8066 ext. 117 Direct: 561-600-9527 Fax: 561-327-4882 www.primetimepbc.org