Guiding Children’s Behaviors in Afterschool/School-Age Programs Training
Offered through the SCE Youth Work Learning Center, this course approaches behavior management from a positive, assets-based perspective. Recognizing that with a motivated staff, a basic knowledge base and the willingness to try new things, every school-age program can have an impact on the social and emotional growth of school-age children.
Benefits and Learning Outcomes
- Explore how your own background, experiences and stress level influence the way you guide and discipline children
- Understand our goal (teaching self-discipline and self-control)
- Discuss the advantages of a child-centered vs. adult-controlled environment
- Reinforce the relationships between growth and development, and learning styles and behavior
This is a course designed by WI DCF – School-Age YoungStar.
Requires DCF course specific approved trainer.
Requires a Registry approved trainer.
For registration, please contact Quinn Wilder at firstname.lastname@example.org or 414-227-3172
All sessions are Face-to-Face unless otherwise noted.
Sat., Apr. 16
Location: UWM School of Continuing Education
Instructor: Quinn Wilder
Enrollment Limit: 35
Program Number: 7610-9141
Note: Upon registration by April 6th, each registrant will receive a workbook in the mail at the address given us upon registration. This book should take about 8 hours to complete, and you must have it with you and completed at the beginning of class on April 16th in order to be eligible to participate and complete the course. Students arriving on the 16th with incomplete workbooks will not be able to participate in the class and will not receive credit.
Registration Deadline: Wed., Apr. 6