Office for Children - School Readiness - Institute for Early Learning (IFEL)

Fairfax County, Virginia

CONTACT INFORMATION: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

703-324-3044
TTY 711

12011 Government Center Parkway, Suite 920
Fairfax, VA 22035

Betsi Closter,
Director

Institute for Early Learning (IFEL) - Family Child Care Business Workshops

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Institute for Early Learning (IFEL)

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Family Child Care Business Workshops

The following business workshops provide information to family child care providers just beginning their businesses as well as established providers looking for more training opportunities. These training hours are creditable toward Fairfax County Home Child Care Permit requirements. Please call 703-324-8100 for more information.

To register, use the link you will receive in your email about one week prior to the webinar date!

2022 WORKSHOPS

Note: State licensed, infant toddler family day care and Fairfax County permitted family child care providers are eligible to attend the following webinars.
December 2022
Note: These webinars are open for general enrollment and all child care professionals are eligible to attend the following webinars.

Healthy Eating for Children Ages 1-12 Years

In the Healthy Eating for Children Ages 1-12 Years webinar, you will learn about the nutritional needs of children from ages 1-12 years, mealtime responsibilities, food safety, and menu planning based on Child Meal Pattern requirements to support healthy eating habits. 
CDA Area: 2, 5
Thursday, December 1, 7-9 p.m.

Recognize, Report, and Prevent Child Abuse and Neglect in Virginia 

In this Recognize, Report, and Prevent Child Abuse and Neglect in Virginia webinar, participants will learn about the signs of child abuse and neglect.  The presentation will review and discuss mandatory reporting guidelines. 
CDA  Area: 5
Tuesday, December 6, 7-8:30 p.m.

Reconocer, Denunciar y Evitar el Maltrato y Descuido Infantil en Virginia

En este seminario web del Informante Bajo Mandato del Servicio de Protección al Menor, los participantes aprenderán sobre las señales de abuso y negligencia infantil. La presentación revisará y discutirá las pautas de informes obligatorios.
CDA Contenido Área 5
Jueves, 8 de Deciembre, 7-8:30 p.m.

Note: State licensed, Infant Toddler Family Day Care and Fairfax County permitted family child care providers are eligible to attend the following webinars.

Preparing for Disasters

The last few years have tested our emergency preparedness skills. In this webinar participants will learn how to enhance their emergency response plan by discussing strategies for communication, evacuation, and essential supplies needed to withstand any disaster. We will cover an overview of the effects and impacts of COVID-19 on family child care providers in 2022.
CDA Area #5
Monday, December 12, 7-8:30 p.m.
webinars.

NEW Understanding Credit 101

Through this seminar, participants will understand: The value of having good credit, Methods for credit goal setting, Types of credit, credit reports and credit scores, Strategies to build and rebuild credit, Tips on maintaining a positive credit report and score, and how to avoid credit fraud.
CDA Area #5
Wednesday, December 14, 7-8 p.m.

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