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Aculturación y la experiencia latinoamericana
with Sara Ashou
En esta capacitación, los participantes examinarán las diferencias culturales conrespecto al trauma y el estrés dentro de la comunidad latinoamericana. Discutiremos elimpacto de la aculturación y los participantes se llevarán estrategias para implementar dentrode su cuidado infantil para honrar y respetar las culturas de las familias. Nivel Dos en FCS. Ningun Contenido de Edad
How Can I Help Me? Identifying Caregiver Compassion Fatigue & Developing Strategies to Build Strong Social & Emotional Health Skills
with Kelley Lawson
In this session, we will examine factors that lead to burnout and warning signs of compassion fatigue. We will select practices to help the caregiver develop strong social and emotional health including mindfulness, self-care, and resilience. Set Two in PPLD.
BLS for Healthcare Providers CPR Course (Blended) - Hood River
with Holly Webster
Blended learning is a combination of eLearning (online portion), in which a student completes part of the course in a self-directed manner, followed by a hands-on session. Covers the knowledge and skills for Basic Life Support (BLS) for healthcare providers, initial and renewal certification. Prepares a wide variety of healthcare professionals to recognize sudden cardiac arrest, respiratory emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED and relieve choking in both children and adults. Successful completion of this course provides certification and an AHA BLS Provider Card. Online class portion needs to be done before the day of class. You will receive an email from CGCC AHA Training center with a link to the online class portion.
*The American Heart Association (AHA) strongly promotes knowledge and proficiency in Basic Life Support (BLS), and has developed instructional materials for this purpose. Use of these materials in an educational course does not represent course sponsorship by the AHA, and any fees charged for such a course do not represent income to the Association.
Documenting Observations Confidently and Professionally
with Cassandra Hernandez
Objective observation and documentation will help support the program by tracking each child’s development and progress more accurately. Participants will examine the appropriate and inappropriate use of assessment methods. Practice writing documentation, build from objective observation to implementing in a portfolio, and as well as a classroom environment filled with children’s work. Set Two in OA.
Fundamentals of 3D Printing
with Lindsey Hegemann
In this course, students will learn about several different methods of additive manufacturing. They will learn the techniques, procedures, and safety precautions for operating several 3D printing machines, including SLA and FDM 3D printers. They will also learn about the use of 3D scanners for object reproduction or mechanical integration. Students will learn many different ways to incorporate 3D printing into their creative process, and how to think in 3 dimensional terms while problem solving. This course will include instruction on the basics of using Blender, a free and open source 3D modeling program, so they can print just about anything they wish, whether or not it already exists. By the end of this course, students will have the opportunity to take home a 3D print of their very own. For this class it is recommended to bring a personal laptop with a 3-button mouse, but we can provide those things if needed. Note that this class involves the handling of somewhat toxic materials such as UV resin, but we will be exercising caution with the use of PPE and safety protocols.
Great Highland Bagpipe II
with Rory O'Halloran
Students will continue learning and developing skills on the Practice Chanter, learning more fingerings and new tunes, preparing for the actual playing of the pipes! They will also learn about the Regalia that goes along with the traditions of piping. Must have taken Great Highland Bagpipe I.
Pottery for Beginners
with Chris Bolton
Develop your pottery skills by taking this class! It’s a chance to spread your wings and create with clay. This class is for beginning potters and covers levels of hand-building and wheel-throwing technique working with cone 6, mid-range clay and glazes with instruction in both. The first bag of clay is included. No discounts or waivers.
Continue your training in Aikido. Dive deeper into the Japanese Art of Aikido and build on the techniques, language, dojo ettiquette and joy experienced in the Aikido Basics class. (prerequisite Aikido Basics)