For specific questions and details of requirements for training, please read the Training Requirements on Anoka County's website at:
March 12, 2018 - Prevention and Behavior: It’s All About The Environment - Bev Herr (KCF II.C/CDA III/Level 1) What does the early childhood environment say to children? This workshop will examine the physical and social environments and their effect on children's behavior. Learn how to prevent and guide children's behavior through hands on activities and practical strategies.
April 9, 2018 - Love and Logic - Stephanie Ponticas (KCF II.C/CDA III/Level 1) Parenting the Love and Logic Way Curriculum is registered with the Love and Logic Institute, Inc. This course will be an introduction to the Love and Logic Techniques which have helped parents and teachers hold their children accountable to their own choices and apply consequences that will teach, not punish the children. The 5 Core Principles and 2 Rules will be taught. The skills that will be introduced are: The Power of Empathy, Neutralizing Arguments, One Liners, Using Enforceable Statements, Giving Choices within Limits, Immediate and Delayed Consequences.
March 27, 2018 - First Aid ONLY - Heart Vital CPR - Fee is $25.00 Participants MUST preregister by mailing payment written to LCCPAC to Julie Erickson at 13910 Eidelweiss Street NW, Andover, MN 55304 Payment must be received by March 15th to attend this training. *Please note this class is scheduled from 6:30-9:00 It is likely you will be done earlier but please plan accordingly
April 24, 2018 - Chef Marshall O'Brien - Class topic to be determined - Participants MUST preregister by calling or emailing Linda Matson at 763-755-3773 or firstname.lastname@example.org Please list your name and phone number when registering. Registration notice must be received by April 12th to attend this training.
March 15, 2018 - SUIDS/AHT - Pam Bohm
April 19, 2018 - Cooking/Gardening with Kids - Dana Ellingson/Strategies To Build Healthy Relationships With Food
Explore ways to create excitement in children with relation to gardening and healthy food in their educational environment. Identify how cooking with children offers exciting moments that use open-ended materials which support children’s curiosity, creativity, discovery, decision-making, confidence, problem-solving, science, math, language, social, and physical skills. Enjoy a moment of tangible idea implementation including mealtime rituals, gardening, and cooking with any age group.
March 26, 2018 - Provider's Choice Food Program Training - Food Donations are taken for the Food Shelf at this class.