Programming is directly connected to environment and curriculum when involved with school-age and youth development. Programming is the bridge to the people – the schedule, actual activities, and facilitation of those activities. This session will visit the concepts of variety, being mission-driven, and child and youth centered from the perspective of programming. National Afterschool Association (NAA) Standards related to programming will be addressed.
This Registry-approved training is brought to you by Gateways to Opportunity.
Contact Hours : 3 hours Gateways Content Areas: CPD (3 hour) CDA Content Areas: 2 (1 hour); 5 (2 hour)