40 Hour Director's Training

Schedule Info
Language of Training: 
English
Date/Time: 
Saturday, June 2, 2018 8:45am
Location: 
2330 Scenic Hwy Ste 307
Executive Office Suites PennConsulting
Snellville, GA 30078
Cost: 
$250.00
Additional Info: 
Register online at www.pennconsulting.org. Order the textbook at http://amzn.to/2yRA7rz. Class meets June 1, 2, 8, & 9, 8:45 a.m. m-m 4:45 p.m. Download the registration form at https://goo.gl/KAtDKv. We also offer CDA and other essential early educator training, business plan and grant writing services and consultation. For additional information, please email me at apenn@pennconsulting.org or visit our website at https://penntraining.wixsite.com/tsate.
Description
The Director’s Training workshop equips participants with program planning and administration knowledge and skills necessary to coordinate an effective early childhood development program including state rules and regulations, legal issues (HR/employment law, custody issues, mandated reporting, confidentiality, labor, and anti-discrimination laws), developmentally appropriate practices, marketing, financial planning, facilities management, staff development, parental/community relations, ethics, professionalism, diversity and facility management regulations which meet Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning: Bright from the Start rules and regulations and national safety standards established by the The American Academy of Pediatrics, The National Board of Health and the National Association for the Education of Young Children.
Trainer
Althea Penn
Trainer II
Work Phone: (678) 557-8684
Details
Level: 
Beginning
Clock Hours: 
40
Training Format: 
Face-to-Face
Focus
Topic Area(s): 
  • Center-Based Care
  • Administration
Age Group(s): 
  • Ages 0 - 2
  • Ages 3 - 4
  • Ages 5 - 6
  • Ages 7 - 9
  • Ages 10+
Competency Goals
ECE-6
To ensure a well-run, purposeful program responsive to each individual child’s needs.
SAC-6
To ensure a well-run, purposeful program responsive to the needs of each individual child.
ADM-1
To develop and maintain an effective organization.
ADM-2
To plan and implement administrative systems that provide effective education and support programs.
ADM-3
To market the program to parents and the community.
ADM-4
To administer effectively a program of personnel management and staff development.
ADM-5
To maintain and develop the facility and equipment.
ADM-6
To possess legal knowledge necessary for effective management.
ADM-7
To foster good community relations and to influence child-care policy that affects the program.
ADM-8
To practice responsible financial management.
ADM-9
To maintain a commitment to ongoing personal/professional growth and development.