Webinars for PLP Staff
The webinars listed below are intended for the use of Parent Linking Program (PLP) staff and caregivers employed in PLP child care centers. Upon successful completion, participants will receive a Certificate of Completion after we verify that participants have viewed the entire webinar. After viewing webinars, staff should document the professional development hours in the MIS Database or notify your program coordinator who will document in the database.
DISCLAIMER: Webinars with an asterisk (*) are pre-recorded. There is no option to pause, rewind or fast-forward these webinars. Please make sure you are blocking off ample time to view the entire webinar.
CORE TRAINING TOPICS
Ages & Stages Questionnaire-3 – Refresher*
The goal of this webinar is to review how to administer, score and interpret the ASQ-3 . Below are handouts that accompany the webinar. You only need to print document #1 (14 month Completed ASQ-4) to complete the webinar. The other documents are helpful resources. At the completion of the course be sure to document in the MIS database.
- 14 Month Completed ASQ
- PLP Developmental Screening Policy
- Tips for Using the ASQ-3 with Premature Children
- Factors to Consider When Interpreting Results
- Success After Screening
Length: 45 minutes. (See DISCLAIMER above). Start self-paced ASQ Refresher Training
MIS Database Training
This webinar provides staff with training on how to enter program data into the MIS database.
Length: 1 hour, 20 minutes. (See DISCLAIMER above). Start MIS Data Base Training
MIS Utilizing Reports Training
This webinar provides staff with training on how to understand and utilize report in the MIS database.
Length: 1 hour. Start MIS Utilizing Reports Training
Period of PURPLE Training
This training is provided through the National Center on Shaken Baby Syndrome. Follow the steps below to complete the training.
New Staff: Click on this link: https://training.dontshake.org/register/user/9518 and create login credentials
Existing Staff: Click on this link: https://training.dontshake.org/courses and log in using your credential
Step 2: Once logged in, see “My Available Courses”, click on “Period of PURPLE Crying Program Training for Implementation.
Step 3: Read the instructions in this section.
Step 4: When ready to begin the training click, “Continue to Module” and complete each lesson.
Step 5: Once you have completed the module, save your certificate of completion and email it to [email protected]
PLP Orientation Training
The purpose of this webinar is to orient newly hired program staff to the Parent Linking Program. This orientation will cover: The history of the PLP, Program Goals and Core Components, Staffing requirements, curricula and assessments tools used, Prevent Child Abuse-NJ’s role in supporting you and the program’s outcomes and effectiveness.
Length: 23 minutes. Start self-paced PLP Orientation Training
A Guide to SMART Individual Service Plans*
Purpose: The goal of this webinar is review how to fill out the ISP form, practice refining goals and steps to make sure they are SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, and Time-Oriented), and provide guidance for reviewing ISP progress with participants.
Length: 26 minutes. – Start SMART Individual Service Plans
Communicating & Establishing Boundaries with Teen Parents
Purpose: Provides a basic overview of adolescence development and explores the way in which teens communicate. It offers basic strategies to improve communication with teen parents and strategies to setting and maintaining appropriate boundaries. Please print the worksheet and complete it while watching the webinar.
Length: 1 hour 25 minutes. – Start Communicating & Establishing Boundaries with Teen Parents»
Understanding & Communicating with Angry Children
Purpose: To learn about social emotional development and it’s impact on temperament and self-regulation. The webinar provides basic techniques & strategies to use to help with frustrated infants and toddlers. Please print the worksheet and complete it while watching the webinar.
Length: 1 hour – Start Understanding & Communicating with Angry Children »