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Based on the Quality Standards for Expanded Learning Programs produced in collaboration between the California Department of Education, Expanded Learning Division and the California AfterSchool Network with Field Input
 
All of the trainings below are available at no cost to you or your program! Additionally, each training is tailored to the individual program needs. 

Based on the Quality Standards for Expanded Learning Programs produced in collaboration between the California Department of Education, Expanded Learning Division and the California AfterSchool Network with Field Input
 
All of the trainings below are available at no cost to you or your program! Additionally, each training is tailored to the individual program needs. 

Clear Vision, Mission & Purpose
The program has a clearly defined vision, mission, goals and measurable outcomes that reflect broad stakeholder input and drive program design, implementation and improvement. 
Program Management
The program has sound fiscal and administrative practices supported by well-defined and documented policies and procedures that meet grant requirements
Youth Voice and Leadership
The program provides and supports intentional opportunities for students to play a meaningful role in program design and implementation, and provides ongoing access to authentic leadership roles. 
Mission and Vision Development
Developing Your Program's Core Values
Quality Standards for Expanded Learning Programs
Asset Mapping
Meeting Facilitation
Using Energizers/Ice Breakers
Goal Development
Working with Logic Models
Conducting Focus Groups
Team Building
ASES & 21st CCLC - Orientation Session – The Basics for “Start-Up”
ASSETs – Orientation Session – Start Up
Summer Learning
Forms for Nearly Everything!
Strategic Action Planning
Organizational Development – Structures & Functions, Roles & Responsibilities, etc.
Conducting Site Visits
Tying Outcomes to Funding
Attendance Strategies
Youth Development Guidebook (CNYD)
Transformational Youth Development Strategies for High Attendance & Retention (YouthBuild, U.S.A.)
Moving from Risk to Resiliency – Youth Development
40 Developmental Assets (SEARCH Institute)
Youth Voice & Participation in EXLPs
Multiple Intelligence's
Ages & Stages of Child Development
Character Education
Behavior Guidance/Classroom Management
Building Supportive Youth Relationships
Social Emotional Learning (SEL)
CASEL – SEL Framework
Maximizing Youth Involvement
Youth Advocacy Skills
Setting Up Youth Councils
Tomorrow’s Leaders Today – Leadership Development
Youth Leaders – Oregon Model
Project CITIZEN
Youth as Philanthropists
Entrepreneurial Activities for Young People
Strategies for Successful Middle School Programs
Quality Staff
The program recruits and retains high quality staff and volunteers who are focused on creating a positive learning environment, and provides ongoing professional development based on assessed staff needs. 
Healthy Choices and Behaviors
The program promotes student well being through opportunities to learn about and practice balanced nutrition, physical activity and other healthy choices in an environment that supports a health life style. 
Collaborative Partnerships
The program intentionally builds and supports collaborative relationships among internal and external stakeholders, including families, schools and community, to achieve program goals. 
Staff Development Framework for Continuous Improvement
Effective Communication Skills
Working Effectively as a Team
Mentoring & Coaching Skill Building
Temperaments / Personality Types in the Workplace
Understanding & Valuing Change
Leadership Development: Facilitative Leadership; Who Moved My Cheese; Servant Leadership; 7 Habits of Highly Effective People; FISH Leadership; Leadership Challenge Model; 8th Habit; Multicultural Leadership
Leadership in After School
Team Celebrations
“Changing Lives, Saving Lives” – Six Exemplary Practices to Implement Nutrition Education & Physical Activity into your After School Programming
Nutrition Literacy
Community Gardening
Asset-Based Community Development
Community Organizing
Engaging City & County Governments
The Power of Networking
Gaining Stakeholder Buy-In and Ownership
Marketing & Public Relations
Event Planning
Working with an Academic Liaison
LSSASP Administrator Trainings – 4 Modules
Building & Maintaining Community Connections
School/Community Partnerships
Working with Law Enforcement Agencies
Working Collaboratively – Finding Common Ground
Parents as Partners in EXLPs
Mega Skills for Parents
Active and Engaged Learning
Program design  and activities reflect active, meaningful and engaging learning methods that promote collaboration and expand student horizons. 
Skill Building
Program promotes strong connections with the neighborhood and community, resulting in increased opportunities for students to learn about and contribute to their community. 
Safe and Supportive Environment
The program provides a safe and nurtuting environment that supports the developmental, social-emotional and physical needs of all students. 
Learning in AfterSchool and Summer Learning Principles (LIAS)
Multicultural Cooking for Kids
Multicultural Arts & Crafts
My Community Curriculum
KidzLit & KidzMath
STEM and KidzScience
Disguised Learning: Make & Take Activities
Linking Activities: Use of Themes
EnviroScape Project – Inland & Coastal
5-E Lesson Plan Design
Homework Strategies
Lesson Planning
Aligning After School Literacy with the School Day: “Bread & Jam for Frances”
Project-Based Learning
Career Pathways
Community Service Learning
Service Learning
School Safety Planning
Bullying Prevention
Don’t Laugh at Me
Social/Emotional Learning (SEL)
Growth Heartset and Sanford Harmony SEL
Promoting Positive Behaviors (Behavior Guidance)
Classroom Management
“TRIBES” – A Community Building Process (Elementary and Middle School)
Conflict Resolution (A Model)
Sustainability
The program builds enduring partnerships with the community and secures commitments for in-kind and monetary contributions.
Diversity, Access and Equity
The program creates an environment in which students experience values that embrace diversity and equity regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, income level, national origin, physical ability, sexual orientation and/or gender identity and expression.
Continuous Quality Improvement
The program uses data from multiple sources to assess its strengths and weaknesses in order to continuously improve program design, outcomes and impact.
Balanced & Diversified Funding – A Formula for Success
Sustainability Planning – The Finance Project
Gang Identification & Prevention – “La Cultura Cura” (curriculum for Latino familias)
Multicultural Leadership
Equity – Best Practices 
Planning & Implementing CQI (process & tools)
Region 2 Training Request Form

Region 2 Training Request Form

CONTACT

CONTACT

Gloria Halley, Regional Lead
2145 Park Ave STE 5
Chico, CA 95928
Mobile: (530) 370-8620
Office: (530) 433-2301

Jeff Salberg, Project Assistant
2145 Park Ave STE 5
Chico, CA 95928
Mobile: (530) 680-6922
Office: (530) 433-2302