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9 a.m. – Noon


PLEASE NOTE: For pre-conference sessions that do not have an additional fee but do require pre-registration, additional attendees will be admitted 10 minutes after the start of the session if seats are available. Pre-registered individuals should arrive promptly to ensure their seat in the session.


National Leadership Certificate Program for Parents and Staff


CEU CODE: 214 CEU CREDIT: 0.3 LOCATION: Promenade 103 A


Pre-Reg. + Fee ✍


Explore innovative and meaningful strategies and measurable results of evidence-based shared leadership for Head Start staff and par- ents to strengthen families and communities to ensure family well being. The National Leader- ship Certificate Program for Parents and Staff will be highlighted including the theoretical basis; Five Exemplary Learning Competencies; and the Five Leadership Areas of Focus utilizing experi- ential exercises and small group work.


NOTE: Pre-registration and additional fee required to attend


Participants will…


• Comprehend the application of evidence- based shared leadership strategies to further the goals of Head Start.


• Gain an understanding of the Learning Competencies and Areas of Focus of the National Leadership Certificate Program for Parents and Staff.


• Create an action plan for bringing the National Leadership Certificate Program for Parents and Staff to local Head Start communities.


Lisa Pion-Berlin, Ph.D. President and CEO Parents Anonymous Inc. lpion-berlin@parentsanonymous.org


Tanya Long, M.S. Program Manager Parents Anonymous Inc.


Pre-Reg.+ Fee ✍


NOTE: No additional fee but pre-registration is required to attend


Head Start A to Z for Managers NEW DIRECTORS/NEW AGENCIES TRAINING SERIES


CEU CODE: PMFO 210 CEU CREDIT: 0.3 LOCATION: Promenade 204


Pre-Reg. ✍


The ideal group for this session is new managers with their director and other managers. Revel in the opportunity to learn through activities and information-sharing about leadership, Head Start management systems, and the tenets of Head Start, at the same time begin building collegial relationships with your team that can continue when you return home. At the end of the session everyone walks away with expanded knowledge reinvigorated with TOOLS YOU CAN USE. Remember BYOD… bring your own director!


Participants will…


• Become more familiar with the tenets of Head Start.


• Understand the Head Start management systems.


• Recognize the relationship between leader- ship and management and how the role as mangers supports the role of the director.


Jacqueline Davis Senior Training and Technical Assistance Associate National Center on Program Management and Fiscal Operations


Jacquelinedavis@edc.org


Stacy Dimino Project Director Head Start National Center Program Management and Fiscal Operations sdimino@edc.org


58 National Head Start Association APRIL/MAY 2014


Pre-Reg.





TUESDAY9 a.m. – Noon


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