Maryland Out of School Time

2018 Baltimore City Summer Training

 

Registration Directions: 

 

  1. Click the link for the specific training listed below to register free of charge.
  2. You will need to use the password Summer2018 to access the registration page of each training.
  3. Each individual person should register separately for each training of interest.
  4. Please sign up only one person per organization for First Aid/CPR.
  5. Each training has specific maximum capacities and will accept a waiting list once the training is full.
  6. Please notify us to  cancel any trainings that you will not be able to attend to allow for space off the waiting list.
  7. Trainings will be updated if schedules change. 

 

WEDNESDAY JUNE 20, 2018: Miller's Court, 2601 N. Howard Street

 

9 a.m. - 12 pm.     Introduction to Trauma Informed Care: An introduction to recognizing trauma, the implications of trauma within learning environments and strategies for getting started with incorporating trauma informed practice in your summer program.  Trainer: Kyla Liggett-Creel. Capacity: 35.

 

1 p.m. - 4 p.m.     Ramapo: Promoting Positive Behavior: During this three hour trianing participants will: 1) Be introduced to the Ramapo Approach and Tool Box; 2) Learn to view behavior of children and young people that adults find challenging as a form of communication, and through the lens of meeting needs and teaching skill; 3) Leave with an organized “Tool Box” of strategies and a common language for preventing, understanding, and responding to challenging behaviors by role modeling, building relationships, clarifying expectations, establishing structures and routines, adapting for individual needs, and responding, reflecting and repairing. REPEATS on MONDAY JUNE 25th. Capacity: 35.

 

4 p.m. - 7 p.m.     First Aid/CPR: First Aid, CPR, AED training for the infant, child, and adult. Training includes written materials, manikins, supplies, CPR mask keychain, and 2 year certification. Trainer: Venetia Roberts. Capacity: 18.

 

THURSDAY JUNE 21, 2018: Miller's Court, 2601 N. Howard Street

 

9 a.m. - 11 a.m.     Restorative Baltimore: Restorative Practice Overview:  An intimate introduction to restorative practices: the history and values of restorative practices, RP continuum and the rationale behind Restorative practices in communities. Trainer: Barbara Sherrod. Capacity: 35. 

 

1 p.m. -2:30 p.m.     University of Maryland Extension FSNE: Summer Meals Toolkit: An interactive workshop to help make your summer meals program fun and exciting with creative resources that engage youth and empower families to be healthy! Will provide an overview of the free resources in the Summer Meals Toolkit. Trainer: Heather Buritsch. Capacity: 35

 

3 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.    MOST Network: Facilitating STEM Activities: This workshop will focus on best practices in facilitating STEM learning REGARDLESS of the content focusing on asking purposeful questions, building STEM identity, utilizing reflection and making STEM learning relevant and culturally responsive. MOST will share free online tools for building your summer program staff’s STEM facilitation skills. Trainers: Elyse Preston & Ellie Mitchell. Capacity: 35

 

FRIDAY JUNE 22, 2018: Miller's Court, 2601 N. Howard Street

 

9 a.m. - 12 p.m.    Ramapo: Creating Inclusive Program: During this three hour training; 1)Introduce youth workers to the possibilities, challenges and benefits of creating inclusive out- of-school-time program; 2) Identify specific strategies for supporting and including young people with a variety of needs and abilities in their program; 3) Learn specific tools to support young people with sensory, communication, learning and/or social-emotional challenges. Capacity: 35. 

 

12:30 p.m.- 2 p.m.    US Games: 60+ Open: Learn ways to make physical activity an integral part of all of your student’s summer program. OPEN is a fee online program based on the HEPA standards. This session will be activity-based demonstrating how to use these free resources.  Trainer: Ellen Ormsby. Capacity: 35.  

 

MONDAY, JUNE 25, 2018: Family League, 2305 N. Charles Street

 

 

11:00 a.m.- 12:30 p.m.     The Family Tree: Mandated Reporting Training: Participants will gain an understanding of relevant state laws, requirements for reporting, and the signs and symptoms of abuse and neglect. This workshop will provide participants with reasons to report and information on how to report. The long-term impact of abuse on children will also be explored. Capacity: 35

 

1:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.     Ramapo: Promoting Positive Behaviors (REPEAT from June 20): During this three hour trianing participants will: 1) Be introduced to the Ramapo Approach and Tool Box; 2) Learn to view behavior of children and young people that adults find challenging as a form of communication, and through the lens of meeting needs and teaching skill; 3) Leave with an organized “Tool Box” of strategies and a common language for preventing, understanding, and responding to challenging behaviors by role modeling, building relationships, clarifying expectations, establishing structures and routines, adapting for individual needs, and responding, reflecting and repairing. Capacity: 35

 

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