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In trainings and meetings, are you seeing staff rolling their eyes, snapping their gum, cutting out coupons, texting, filing nails, putting on makeup, listening to their ipod, sleeping, sidebar conversation or saying “WE TRIED THAT, IT DOESN’T WORK”?

Do you need some fresh ideas?  Is training in a rut?

Learn to create trainings, design effective staff meetings and professional development for staff that will engage and excite.

In this workshop, we will:

  • Develop trainings in topics relevant to your program needs. (PRESCRIPTIVE TRAINING)
  • Tried and true techniques that promote conversation, creative thinking and motivate staff to take action.
  • Learn to develop trainings that will count towards licensing hours required by the Office of Licensing

Benefit from lessonsgirl-rolling-eyes learned from Diane Genco, NJSACC Executive Director and trainer who has trained in 48 states and 2 foreign countries and Sarah Cruz, NJSACC Enrichment Support Specialist and trainer who has trained in 15 states.

Training the Trainer

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A Day of Tools, Tips and Tricks to build Quality Staff Development Workshops, Trainings and Meetings

With Diane Genco, NJSACC Executive Director & Sarah Cruz, NJSACC Enrichment Support Specialist

This full day workshop will focus on Tools, Tips and Tricks of Successful Trainers as well as focusing on developing staff development workshops in any topic, which will engage and energize staff.

Lunch will be provided

Fee: $125

Date:  Wednesday March 3, 2010

Time: 10 AM to 2:30 PM

Location:  NJSACC


Registration is due by: March 1, 2010

Celebrate What’s Right with the World: A Mid Winter Retreat for Directors

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Need to refresh yourself for the final months of the school year?  Need to get ready for the summer?  Or do you just need to re-energize your enthusiasm for Afterschool?

This retreat will do that for you!

In Celebrate What’s Right With The World, Dewitt Jones asks: Do we choose to see possibilities? Do we really believe they’re there? He assures us that there is always more than one right answer. Celebrating what’s right with the world helps us recognize the possibilities and find solutions for the challenges before us.

This inspirational, best-selling training program utilizes stunning photography and powerful dialogue to help viewers approach their lives with celebration, confidence, and grace.

Key Concepts Covered:

  • Believe it and you’ll see it.
  • Recognize abundance
  • Look for Possibilities.
  • Unleash your energy to fix what’s wrong
  • Ride the changes.
  • Take yourself to the edge.
  • Best your best for the world.

Lunch will be provided

Fee:  $50

Date:  Friday, March 5, 2010

Time: 10 AM to 2:00 PM

Location:  NJSACC


Registration is due by: February 28, 2010

Adventures in Peacemaking


An adventure based Conflict Resolution Curriculum.

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This workshop is to help staff in school-age child care settings teach children effective, nonviolent ways to resolve conflict.

This workshop is developed to meet the unique needs of school-age child care providers and provide assistance in the following areas:

  1. Implementing instruction in key conflict resolution concepts
  2. Further developing children skills using experiential education strategies
  3. Developing approaches for resolving conflict in child care settings

The Program Focuses on “The Peaceable Program” model and uses an Adventure based approach to teaching Conflict Resolution.

Lunch will be provided.

Participants will also receive an Adventures in Peacemaking Basic Activity Kit and an

Adventures in Peacemaking Book

Fee: $ 150

Date:  Friday, March 19, 2010

Time: 10 AM to 2:30 PM

Location:  NJSACC


Registration is due by: March 5, 2010

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