LCSS Workshops

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March 25, 2017 (9:00PM - 5:00PM)
Full -Emergency Child Care First Aid

About this Event
Emergency Child Care First Aid is a basic one-day course offering an overview of first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills with a focus on childhood injuries and illnesses. The course is designed for those in the early childhood education industry as well as for parents/caregivers. The workshop includes the latest in first aid and CPR guidelines.

The course is offered by Pulse Check First Aid.

Registration and payment is due by March 10, 2017. To register call the CCRR office at 604-533-4425.  Cost for the session is $85.00. Payment for this course can only be made by cash or cheque

This course will be held at the Langley CCRR office, 20577 Fraser Hwy, Langley.
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March 29, 2017 (6:30PM - 8:30PM)
Speech and Language

About this Event
This presentation will focus on developing your awareness of the milestones for speech and language development for children from birth to 5 years of age. You will learn what speech and language milestones are expected for the different ages and strategies to help facilitate communication of early development including tips for circle time. The importance of early intervention and what services are available in the Langley/Surrey area will be discussed.

Jennifer Browning is a registered speech language pathologist who studied at McGill University. She currently works for Fraser Health and is passionate about connecting with families and engaging children in successful communicative interactions.

 

 
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$10.00 - Langley LFDC and Langley RLNR
$20.00 - All Others

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April 01, 2017 (9:00AM - 2:30PM)
Twenty Hour Responsible Adult Course

About this Event
The Twenty Hour Responsible Adult Course includes topics such as health and safety, child development, guidance and discipline, and supporting children's play.  This course is recognized by Licensing and is a fantastic addition to your child care portfolio.  Not only is it recognized for your RLNR and family daycare qualifications, but you will also be qualified to work in a group-out-of-school program or a group centre as the third assistant.  If you are considering a career in child care then this course is a must for you!

Please note, this course is 20 hours.  Certification is granted only to those individuals who attend all the classes.

The classes run:

Saturdays April 1, 8 and 22, 2017 from 9:00am - 2:30pm

Wednesdays April 12 and 19, 2017 from 6:30-9:00pm

Registrants must attend all FIVE of these classes.

The cost for this course is $180.00.

Please note that you must bring a 2" binder with you to the first day of class.

Participants that do not attend all 5 classes will not receive a certificate or be able to make up the classes missed, you will need to take the course over again.

This course will be held at the Langley CCRR office, 20577 Fraser Hwy, Langley.

Please contact lmcinnis@lcss.ca for more information
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$180.00 - Contact the CCRR office for more information 604 533 4425

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April 05, 2017 (6:30PM - 9:00PM)
Full - Everything You Always Wanted to Know About the $10 A Day Child Care Plan

About this Event
It's clear that parents will benefit if their child care fees are reduced to $10 a day for full-day early care and learning, $7 for part–day and no fees at all for families earning less that $40,000 a year. Did you also know that parents will generate most of the revenues required to pay for the plan, and that the Plan proposes to pay ECE's an average wage of $25 per hour plus benefits.
No wonder the momentum behind BC's Community Plan for a Public System of Integrated Early Care and Learning continues to grow. Each week, new organizations, local governments, boards of education and/or businesses add their names to the thousands of individuals from across the province.
In this workshop, participants will explore the key elements of what is simply known as the $10 a day Child Care Plan. We will get past the basics, deepen the understanding and provide tools to help spread the word even further. Together, we can make affordable child care a reality in BC.
Emily Mlieczko is a certified Early Childhood Educator and has been in the field for over 20 years with certification in both Special Needs and First Nations Perspectives in Early Childhood Settings. Throughout her career she has been engaged at the community and provincial level in a number of different projects and events highlighting the specialty of the ECE sector.
In May 2010, Emily accepted the position of Executive Director of the Early Childhood Educators of BC (ECEBC) and relocated her two teenage boys to Vancouver from the small coastal community of Prince Rupert. Since that time, Emily has been engaged in strengthening and building connections and educating the community regarding the value of Early Care and Learning. She has also expanded current ECEBC programs such as Let’s Talk about Touching and Best Choices: An Ethical Journey, to ensure provision of education opportunities for the ECE sector.

Professional development certificates will be available for two hours of study.

This workshop will be held at the Langley CCRR office 20577 Fraser Hwy Langley
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$0.00 - Please register 604 533 4425

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April 26, 2017 (6:30PM - 8:30PM)
Collaboratting with the School Aged Child

About this Event
This hands on workshop will leave the educators feeling inspired to empower the children in their care by supporting the children’s natural ability to be creative, industrious and resilient.
School aged children have the capability to be leaders in their community. Let’s assist them in this belief!!!
Topics to be discussed will include:
* Understanding the way school age children think
* Programming with input from the school age child
* Choices / Freedoms that we can give the children in our programs
* What does it look like when we allow children to be industrious?
Paula Milbradt is the founder of Empowermil and is both an educational and parent consultant. She is very passionate about serving children, family, community and professionals by offering workshops that highlight social emotional brain development. After fostering 4 boys aged 9 - 12, being a school age supervisor and offering care to children of all ages, she began her journey as a facilitator of workshops and adult learning.
She has spoken at various conferences, school boards, community resource centres, Children: the Heart of the Matter and most recently has worked supporting a local college with curriculum development. She believes not only does it take a village to raise a child, but it takes children to fill the village with innovation and creativity.

This workshop will be held at the Langley CCRR office - 20577 Fraser Hwy Langley
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$10.00 - Langley LFDC and Langley RLNR
$20.00 - All Others

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April 29, 2017 (9:00AM - 5:00PM)
Emergency Child Care First Aid

About this Event

Emergency Child Care First Aid is a basic one-day course offering an overview of first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills with a focus on childhood injuries and illnesses.  The course is designed for those in the early childhood education industry as well as for parents/caregivers.  The workshop includes the latest in first aid and CPR guidelines.


The course is offered by Jennifer of Pulse Check First Aid.


Registration and payment must is due by April 13.  The cost is $85.00 per person and is payable by cash or cheque only


The class will be held the Langley CCRR 20577 Fraser Hwy Langley


The Langley CCRR can be reached at 604 533 4425

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December 31, 2017 (: - 🙂
CCRR Annual Membership

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It is time to renew your CCRR annual membership (effective January 1st - December 31, 2017).  For $45 you receive tremendous benefits!

Langley Group Centres, Preschools and Out of School Care have access to the Toy and Resource Library. Where you can borrow up to 15 items of which can include 2 theme boxes or different topics, felt stories, big books, resource material, large toys, puzzles and more.

In order to renew (or apply) for your membership please contact the the office for the 2017 form. Return the completed form to Laura McInnis via email (lmcinnis@lcss.ca) or in person at the CCRR office (20577 Fraser Hwy, Langley).

If you have any questions please contact Laura McInnis via email (lmcinnis@lcss.ca) or phone (604-533-4425).
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$45.00 - CCRR Annual Membership

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