In order to keep current with issues that relate to the volunteer role, our volunteers are required to complete 12 hours of continuing education per year.
Due to current limits on social gatherings, all in person continuing education programs have been moved online. There are also many virtual programs offered in the community, as well as webinars, podcasts, movies, TV programs and books listed to continue learning.
CAFB Live Webinars
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Continuing Education in the Community Live Webinars
Fearless Conversations with Toddlers: How to Open a Can of Worms with Little Ones
Join early educator Nick Terrones and author Ann Pelo for an interview-style session about Nick’s new book, A Can of Worms. Moderated by Mike Browne, this deep discussion will explore the core of the book. In it, Nick shares stories about toddler-initiated conversations about race and identity. While the stories are sometimes amusing and often jarring, at their core, they are probing and important which opens a can of worms that make most adults uncomfortable.
Where: Pre-recorded Webinar
Cost: No cost
Registration: Register here
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Pleased to share our talk with experts from @dgsomucla @VeniceFamClinic @UCLAHealth @OliveViewUCLA @cdrewu on Covid-19, the Vaccine and Foster Care–thank you to all our speakers! https://youtu.be/P1aTznkULOc