ECE 137: Regulation Health and Safety Training (1 hour)

Welcome to ECE 030! This training was designed to assist you in understanding and implementing the new health and safety training regulations. You will receive 1 Clock hour upon the completion of this course.

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FET 3: Group Training Days Details

Fundamentals of Effective Training: Virtual Training Sessions

Thank you for your flexibility in joining us virtually for our group training day!!! 

We are excited about this opportunity to offer FET in this format.  We look forward to “meeting you” and hope the following information is helpful as you plan for our upcoming group training day.

There are two dates for the virtual sessions and you must attend both sessions.  Between the sessions, there will be an assignment for you to work on and turn in prior to Session #2. This assignment will involve practicing writing your very own training plan. The Training Coaches will all host optional Office Hours in between the sessions should you need some additional assistance.

If you have difficulty connecting to the group training day please contact Christine Hausman at 859-519-0401.


August 9, 2021 – Group Training Day 1( Required)

Tech check in: 4:00- 4:30 pm ( Eastern Daylight Time)

Open for tech check in to make sure you can log on OK. No need to stay on the full time. For those new to Zoom you may want to make sure you can connect and know how to use the basic features of Zoom so you can actively participate. Our two hour session will require you to be actively engaged so we want to be sure you know how to use your audio and video features.

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, or mobile device: https://uky.us/j/87954205958 (click or copy and paste into your browser)

Session time:  4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. ( Eastern Daylight Time)

Training Agenda: Implementation of Training Design

Opening Component

  • Welcome and Introductions
  • Housekeeping
  • Opener

Content Delivery Component

  • Training Design Review
  • Outlining Content
  • Implement PACESTM
  • Create Training Plan Using PACES™
  • Training Activity: Problem Solving

 Closing Component

  • Next Steps


In preparation for the group training session #1 you will need: 

Completed needs assessment & training plan worksheet from FET 2, either printed out or accessible on the computer. During today we will be addressing completing a training plan and have an opportunity to review the needs assessment & worksheet and use in a practical exercise.

Access to the Professional Development Framework (PDF) either printed out or accessible on the computer. During today we will be review Core Content Subject Areas and will be using the PDF during a practical exercise.

In the meantime, if you have any questions, feel free to contact your Training Coach or Christine Hausman via e-mail: christine.hausman@uky.edu

August 12, 2021 – Group Training Day 2( Required)

Tech check in: 4:15- 4:30 pm ( Eastern Daylight Time)

Open for tech check in to make sure you can log on OK. No need to stay on the full time. For those new to Zoom you may want to make sure you can connect and know how to use the basic features of Zoom so you can actively participate. Our two hour session will require you to be actively engaged so we want to be sure you know how to use your audio and video features.

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, or mobile device: https://uky.zoom.us/j/83834657452 (click or copy and paste into your browser)

Session time:  4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. ( Eastern Daylight Time)

Training Agenda: Implementation of Training Design continued

Opening Component

  • Training Plan Debrief Welcome and Introductions

Content Delivery Component

  • Demonstration of Training Methods
  • Organizational Strategies for Successful Training
  • Levels of Evaluation

 Closing Component

  • Evaluation
  • Trainer Credential Application
  • Question/Comments
  • Implementation Plan
  • Summary
  • Next Steps


In preparation for the group training session #2 answer the following questions: 

  1. Was working on the Training Plan Project harder or easier than you thought it would be?
  2. What areas did you find you needed to focus on more?
  3. What questions do you have, thus far, about the Training Plan portions you’ve completed?

In the meantime, if you have any questions, feel free to contact your Training Coach or Christine Hausman via e-mail: christine.hausman@uky.edu

FET 2: Training Design

In this course, you will learn about the Professional Development Framework (PDF) that includes the key components to address the needs for Education, Training, and Credentialing of Early Care, Early Intervention, and Early Childhood Education professionals in Kentucky.

Prior to starting the first lesson in this course you should have access to the Professional Development Framework. It will be utilized throughout FET.  Please note this document is 93 pages. If you do not have a pre-printed copy already, you have the option of printing it out or downloading the document for future reference.

To access the document please click on the following link. 

FET 1: Effective Trainers, Adult Learners, and Learning Environments

Welcome to the Fundamentals of Effective Training (FET)!

FET is a hybrid training that consists of several sections of content online plus two virtual Zoom sessions (in lieu of the one day of face to face training). All sections must be completed in order as this training is sequential, building on content from each previous section. The learning management system is set up to let you progress to the next section once you have completed the necessary prior assignment. FET is designed for flexibility, allowing you to work as your schedule permits and saving your work as you go.

However, it is important to start working through the courses as soon as they open and complete by the designated due date. This will allow you to pace yourself and move through the content at a comfortable rate. The time it takes to complete each course may vary for each participant due to previous experience with the content and/or their level of comfort with online training.

Each Course in FET will have a ‘Course Content’ table below its home page. Please start each course by clicking the first lesson.

ECE 020: Requirements for Reopening Child Care in Kentucky

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This course will review the requirements for child care to reopen in June 2020, including:

  • the current regulations on healthy and clean environments,
  • the new enhanced regulations for childcare programs open during the COVID19 state of emergency, and
  • a refresher course on mandatory reporting of child abuse. 

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FET 345: Beyond Fundamentals – Tech for Trainers: Polling and Assessment

In this online course, trainers will learn the importance of polling and assessment and will get a brief introduction to several types of polling and assessment tools that can be used in training sessions.

Learning Objectives

  • Define the difference between polling and assessment.
  • Use a polling and assessment program.

Course Developers

Bambi Cliffe

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Bambi Cliffe

Southern Bluegrass Training Coach

Bambi has been the Child Care Aware Training Coach for Southern Bluegrass since 2013. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Child Development and a master’s degree in Family Studies: Early Childhood Education Emphasis. Bambi lives in Lexington with her husband, 2 daughters, 5 cats and 2 dogs.

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Jennifer Chien

Instructional Designer

Jennifer Chien is an instructional designer at the Human Development Institute. Jennifer assists with online course design and development at HDI. She has been working as an instructional designer for the past 8 years. She is also a recipient of the Open Education Resource grant. During her spare time, she enjoys taking classes and learning.

FET 370 Beyond Fundamentals: Introduction to Developing and Facilitating Online Training (2 hours)

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Course Overview

  • Course will take approximately 2 (two) hours to complete
  • No clock hours awarded upon completion (ECE or how to train other adult)
  • Audience: Trainers

Course Description

More and more often online training sessions are being requested and offered virtually. Virtual training sessions can be a great resource for both employers and employees in obtaining early childhood clock hours. Virtual learning has developed and evolved over the years, and there are many unique and engaging ways to offer credit for an online training session that go beyond watching a video and reading questions. This session will help identify different ways content can be presented, how to award credit, help the participant understand some basic principles for virtual training sessions, and review regulatory requirements for virtual learning.

This course satisfies the Division of Child Care (DCC) regulatory requirement for cabinet approved online training development course for credentialed trainers who will be conducting online training or webinars. 

In order to satisfactorily complete the session all content must be completed, and a final assignment must be submitted and reviewed for accuracy.  Upon successful completion of all components your ECE-TRIS record will be updated to confirm completion, however no clock hour credit will be awarded. 

Course Facilitators

Dawn Griffin

Northern Bluegrass Region Training Coach
dawn.griffin@uky.edu

Julie Halitzka

Salt River Region Training Coach
julie.halitzka@uky.edu


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Training Outcomes

By the end of this session participants will be able to:

  • Recall key terms related to online training.
  • Compare ways to organize online training content.
  • Learn what accessibility is and how to make online trainings accessible.
  • Describe how to calculate and award credit hours.
  • Identify ways to deliver training content in an online setting.
  • Learn ways to incorporate quality assurance into online training design. 

Workplace Outcomes

Participants will return to the workplace with an understanding of how to organize and create content in an online setting. They will be able to create a training outline and identify different methods for presentation of content. 

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FET 220 – Beyond Fundamentals Tech for Trainers: Put More Power in your Point with PowerPoint (3 hours)

Description:

PowerPoint is the most frequently used training aid, but often the most under-utilized. Understand the advanced features you’ve dared not tried but wish you knew how to use! Practice using these within an application activity and for creating not only effective but Powerful presentations in the future.

In this course, you will explore several functions of Microsoft PowerPoint. Some of them you may already know, others might be a refresher. Our hope is that you learn a few additional functions that you can use to either edit an existing or create a new PowerPoint presentation.

Target Audience: 👩‍🏫 Trainers who wish to expand their knowledge of Microsoft PowerPoint, and more effectively use media to enhance presentations.

Credit Hours: 🏆 3 hours Adult Learning/How to Train Other Adults

Course Welcome and Introduction

ECE 102: External Transitions: Suspension and Expulsion – Programmatic Impacts (1 hour)

External transition is described as the temporary or permanent relocation of a child from one child care setting to another. External transitions may be voluntary, such as when a parent chooses to move a child to a different program because of a change of residence. These transitions may be involuntary when a child is removed from a child care setting as a result of suspension, expulsion, or the child being removed from a program because of intervention from an agency.

This 3-part course series will:

  • Review research showing how moving from one child care setting to another child care setting has an impact on children, families, and child care providers.
  • Review research showing how staying in the same child care setting with the same caregivers can help children develop socially, emotionally, and physically.
  • Review research that supports making changes in the classroom and teacher actions to prevent behavioral problems.
  • Suggest ways to work through behavior problems when they happen.
  • Share ideas on how to create prevention and intervention plans in the classroom and throughout the entire center to lower the number of times a child moves due to behavioral problems.
  • Review ways to support children who must move so that there are less negative impacts on children, families, and the child care provider.

Corlia Logsdon

Course Author

Corlia Logsdon is a veteran education professional. She has been a champion of individuals with disabilities in educational settings, as both a school psychologist and a special education director. Corlia has had experience as a state and school district level administrator working with federal and state regulatory monitoring, compliance, and investigations, technical assistance, and professional development in K-12 and postsecondary settings. She is currently completing her doctorate in Education Leadership with a concentration in Counselor Education and Supervision through Eastern Kentucky University. She holds Education Specialist and Master of Science degrees in Educational and Counseling Psychology, majoring in School Psychology from the University of Kentucky as well as a Bachelor of Arts in English & Communications also from the University of Kentucky.