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[Cancelled] SWON Webinar - 4C for Children: Who we are, what we do
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[Cancelled] SWON Webinar - 4C for Children: Who we are, what we do

FREE for members ($15/$20) - In our discussion, we would like to share more about the mission of 4C for Children as well as how 4C and your library can successfully partner to better meet our client’s needs and to serve as a valuable resource to library administration and staff.

2/14/2019
When: 02/14/2019
11 - 12 pm
Where: Online
United States
Contact: 513-751-4422

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4C for Children: Who we are, what we do — and the benefits of a 4C and library partnership!

Research shows that the first five years are integral to a child’s development. At 4C for Children, we want to ensure all children get the best start in life. We do this by supporting educators and families by providing referrals to quality child care programs for families and coaching and professional development for programs and by partnering with other agencies to create educational experiences for children, families and educators.

4C for Children serves several counties in Northern Kentucky and is the state Child Care Resource and Referral agency for southwest Ohio. As the local CCR&R, 4C leads the way in innovative use of resources to best meet the needs of families and educators. 

In our discussion, we would like to share more about the mission of 4C for Children as well as how 4C and your library can successfully partner to better meet our client’s needs and to serve as a valuable resource to library administration and staff.

Who should attend?

  • Youth services staff, particularly those who work with young children.
  • Administrative staff.

Competencies Covered:

  • Adult and Older Adult Services
  • Children's Services
  • Patron Training

Presenter:

Christine Fields started her career at 4C for Children in 2007 as an Infant and Toddler Specialist. The primary purpose of this role was to coach educators working in ODJFS programs (family child care as well as center-based) to increase the quality of their care for young children. 

She became a Training Coordinator in 2017 and is responsible for scheduling professional development in the five counties served by 4C for Children’s Cincinnati location. She also surveys coaches and community partners to inquire about needs of clients and creates new PD to meet those needs. Prior to working at 4C for Children, Christine was a classroom teacher, administrator, nanny, and education coordinator. 


CEUs:

OLC accepts 1 CEU.

KDLA accepts up to CEU. 

ISL accepts up to 1 LEU/TLEU.

Price:

FREE for employees of Supporting Member Institutions 
$15 for everyone in Ohio
$20 for everyone else

 

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