Upcoming Virtual GGK Seminars
Mark your calendar for your preferred online seminar date from the list below and make sure to connect with us to begin the enrollment process.
GGK Next Generation P-36
GGK Next Generation for Preschoolers
|August 8-12||September 19-23|
|August 22-26||October 3-7|
|September 12-16||October 17-21|
|September 26-30||Oct 31-Nov 4|
|October 3-7||November 14-18|
|October 24-28||December 5-9|
|November 14-18||December 12-16|
|November 28-Dec 2|
We encourage you to act promptly as registration closes approximately 5 weeks from the start of the seminar.
Other Seminars that Might Interest You
Parent Survey for Community Outreach
NOT CURRENTLY BEING OFFERED
Parent Survey is a systematic approach for determining which of the families in your community will benefit most from home visiting and the other resources available for parents and young children. This certification seminar provides an orientation to a wide variety of field-tested strategies for building valuable skills necessary for engaging parents in trusting relationships as well as a thorough review of this easy to use, validated tool for helping assess the family’s strengths and their stressors.
Integrated Strategies for Home Visiting
A skill-driven seminar, with infant mental health and strength-based, solution-focused communication at its core. Integrated Strategies enhances participants’ competencies for building trusting, empathic relationships with program families. Home Visitors learn to strengthen family foundations and support networks by cultivating the growth of secure attachment relationships, addressing concerns with highly stressed families and helping them to build protective buffers for their children. The knowledge and skills acquired in this seminar are essential to achieving strong outcomes in all home visiting models.
What home visitors and parents are saying about Great Kids.
“The Growing Great Kids curriculum means that I have the opportunity of sharing such valuable information and lots of information with families that I serve. Information that has been researched and is evidence based, but not only that, information that is very supporting and encouraging in understanding parenting. Understanding the importance of parent-child interaction, bonding and attachment, understanding in what your child developmental milestones are and having them reach those milestones.”