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Brain Development and The Significance of Trauma

February 10, 2016 @ 8:30 am - 12:00 pm UTC+7

Objectives of the Brain Development Learning Series
  • To explore methods which promote and enhance responsiveness in parenting, in teaching   and in communities to support children and their families.
  • To examine the research and the implementation of best practice in the area of early child  development.
  • To ensure presentations feature content at an intermediate/advanced level.

Target Audience

  • These sessions will be of interest to teachers, daycare personnel, front-line practitioners, advocates, parents, administrators, researchers, and policy makers from across Canada.

Certificates of Attendance

  • Certificates of Attendance will be provided everyone who registers. If you are watching the sessions as part of a group, you must be a registered member of the group to receive a certificate.

Registration

  • Registration is $50 per person. For every group of five people registered, a 10% discount is available. Please note that cancellations are not permitted, but you may transfer your registration to a friend or colleague.

In-Person and Webcast Instructions

  • All details related to attending in person and accessing the webcast will be send to the e-mail address provided below. Please double-check your e-mail address and ensure it is correct.

Details

Date:
February 10, 2016
Time:
8:30 am - 12:00 pm UTC+7

Organizer

Alberta Early Years Learning Series
Phone:
780-944-8636
Website:
http://albertaearlyyears.ca/learning-series/#st_refDomain=&st_refQuery=