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The Brain Science Behind Vroom and Vroom’s Brain-Building Tools

June 26 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am

Free
Please be aware that you will be asked to adhere to all current social distancing guidelines and COVID-19 safety protocols

Instructor: Ivett Nunez

Nevada Registry Approved: 1.5 Hours

CKA: Human Growth & Development

Participants will reinforce their knowledge of early brain development and the science behind the national Vroom initiative. Participants will also develop a deeper understanding of how brain building strategies are easily embedded into Child Care Resources and Referral (CCR&R) outreach and services.

Training Objectives:

1 . Reinforce participant’s knowledge of early brain development and the science behind the national Vroom initiative.

2 . Discuss and identify executive functions and how they develop in the brain.

3 . Discuss the Importance of early relational health, and provide framework to promote healthy relationships between parents/providers and children.

Each professional development session offered by The Children’s Cabinet utilizes a knowledge check to ensure that our participants understand our training objectives and our instructors are providing a comprehensive learning experience. You can expect to receive a three question quiz or test at the end of each training. If you have questions or concerns, or need additional information about this process, feel free to contact the Professional Development Training Coordinator at 775-856-6200.

For a copy of your records or personal identifiable information, please direct requests to: 

Professional Development Team, Attn: Program Assistant 
cabtraining2@childrenscabinet.org 

For more information on your security and privacy, please visit our full policy by scanning the QR in the participant policy notice below. 

Venue

Las Vegas The Children’s Cabinet
5905 S. Decatur Blvd. Ste. 13
Las Vegas, NV 89118 United States

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