Participants will receive a brief introduction to child and youth development from ages 5–21. They will be introduced to the stages of development, along with the physical, cognitive, language, and social/emotional characteristics of development that will be used throughout the entire training series.
This course is Registry-approved and counts towards DCFS licensed program training hours (3 contact hours) for school-age and youth care.
Contact Hours: 3 hours Gateways Content Areas: HGD(2 hours), PPD(1 hour) CDA Content Areas: 6(1 hours), 8(2 hours)
Participants will review current licensing guidelines, health issues, and practices that ensure the well-being of school-age children and youth. Module 4a will also explain how overall good health support child and youth development, and identify ways to support children and youth in making healthy choices.
This course is Registry-approved and counts towards DCFS licensed program training hours (3 contact hours) for school-age and youth care.Contact Hours: 3 hours Gateways Content Areas: HGD(3 hours) CDA Content Areas: 8(3 hours)
Welcome to the School-age and Youth Development Credential Level 1 Training - Module 4a: "Safety." Using the National Afterschool Association (NAA) Standards, this session is designed to look at a provider’s role and responsibilities when it comes to safety policies and procedures in working with school-age and youth.
This Registry-approved training is brought to you by Gateways to Opportunity.Contact Hours: 3 hours Gateways Content Areas: HSW(1.5 hours), IRE(1.5 hour) CDA Content Areas: 1(1.5 hours), 2(1.5 hours)