— NORWESCAP Child & Family Resource Services (CFRS) is offering several free workshop during the month of November.

One workshop covers NJ Health & Safety requirements and best practices for staff working at Licensed Child Care Centers and Registered Family Child Care providers. Parents and interested members of the public are always welcome to attend.

This two-session, 6 hour workshop will be held at the CFRS office on 186 Halsey Road, Suite 1, in Newton on Monday, November 20th & Tuesday, November 21st from 9am to Noon each day.

A second free workshop is offered regarding Child Growth & Development principles within the five learning domains. Although this training is primarily for staff working in Licensed Child Care Centers and as Registered Family Child Care providers, parents and interested members of the public are always welcome to attend. Forming strategies supporting children’s growth within regulated care is the objective,

This 2 hour workshop will be held at the CFRS office on 186 Halsey Road, Suite 1, Newton on Tuesday, November 21st from 6:30pm to 8:30pm.

A third free workshop covers Child Abuse and Neglect. Participants will review the types of abuse and neglect and discuss ways to recognize the signs and implement policies to meet the mandated reporting requirements.

This 2 hour workshop will be held at the CFRS office on 186 Halsey Road, Suite 1, in Newton on Monday, November 20th from 6:30pm to 8:30pm.

Although this training is primarily for staff working in Licensed Child Care Centers and as Registered Family Child Care providers, parents and interested members of the public are always welcome to attend.

Please contact our Training Staff at 973-383-3461 for more information on each of these workshops. Early Care professionals must register through the NJ Workforce Registry. All other interested attendees should contact our office to register and reserve a seat at this training.

NORWESCAP is a non-profit community action agency established in 1965 that creates opportunities for over 30,000 low-income people in northwest NJ by providing a large portfolio of self-sufficiency and emergency services. The mission of NORWESCAP is “Creating Opportunities...Changing Lives.”