This training has a pre-requisite of the completion of the Trauma Informed Care Series. If you have completed the Trauma Informed Care Series and would like to enroll for this training, please send an email to the instructor indicating your interest. The instructor will then verify the completion for the pre-requisite, once confirmed, will send you an enrollment key link to enroll in the training.
Join us for a journey exploring historical trauma from a racial equity lens. We will learn how these experiences affect children and families today and what you can do as an early childhood educator to help!
EMERGENCY CHILD CARE BRIDGE PROGRAM
ECE competencies covered in this training series include: Culture, Diversity & Equity Professionalism Leadership in ECE.
MODULE 1 – UNDERSTANDING HISTORICAL TRAUMA
This training introduces the topic that of historical trauma from a racial equity lens and provides a foundational set of key terms are utilized throughout the entire training series. Key topics include: race, ethnicity, culture, racism, systemic racism, and privilege.
MODULE 2 – RESURFACING THE PAST -HISTORICAL TRAUMA IN THE U.S.
This training dives deeper into understanding historical trauma genocide and reviewing relevant U.S. history, such as slavery, Native American by immigrant experiences. The resilience of these local communities is also highlighted.
MODULE 3 – HISTORICAL TRAUMA -FROM PAST TO PRESENT
This training explores topics such as racial the impact of historical trauma on children and families today by discussing in disparities ECE settings, the school to in prison pipeline and poverty communities of color.
MODULE 4 – HISTORICAL TRAUMA -SUPPORTING CHILDREN AND FAMILIES TODAY
This training shares strategies ECE providers can use to support children and families that have been impacted by historical trauma. Addressing implicit biases and creating culturally inclusive child care settings are also discussed.
SEEDS Trauma Informed Care for Infants & Toddlers (4-part series)
This series explores how to co-regulate with and promote self-regulation in infants and toddlers, including those who have experienced trauma and other early adversities. Participants must complete Bridge TIC Core Curriculum to attend.
Trauma Informed Care Training
The Bridge Program – Trauma Informed Care Team at CCRC offers Trauma Informed Care training to child care providers in various settings. This 16-hour training series is comprised of seven 2-hour modules that begin with brain development and end with self-care. Child care providers report an increase in understanding how trauma impacts development and learning trauma informed strategies that effectively help address problem behaviors. The following is a brief on what each module covers.