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Desarrollo
Profesional

El desarrollo profesional es un aspecto importante para continuar con el crecimiento de su carrera y esforzarse por alcanzar sus metas.  Influye en el empleo y puede ayudarlo a avanzar en su carrera. Las oportunidades de establecer contactos le permiten aprender de sus compañeros e intercambiar recursos y desarrollar su confianza en su habilidades. El desarrollo profesional también afecta los resultados de aprendizaje de calidad para los niños bajo su cuidado.

Sesiones Mensuales de Desarrollo Profesional

Entrenadores Líderes

Comuníquese con el capacitador principal de su condado para analizar la creación de un plan de desarrollo profesional para usted o su programa .

Registro de la Fuerza Laboral de NJ

Asociado en Desarrollo Infantil (CDA)

En el Lugar de Entrenamiento

Sesiones Mensuales de Desarrollo Profesional

Valoramos su participación en las capacitaciones profesionales que ofrecemos, así que regístrese en www.njccis.com 

o llamar Mirna Montañez  732.934.2882, Marilyn Quintana 732.934.2902  o Angie De Fazio 732.934.2882

Community Child Care Solutions ofrece desarrollo profesional a los cuidadores que viven y/o trabajan en los condados de Middlesex y Somerset a través de talleres mensuales, conferencias, boletines, capacitación en línea y en el sitio.

 

Nuestro compromiso es elevar la calidad del cuidado infantil proporcionando una variedad de oportunidades educativas para los proveedores de cuidado infantil. Actualmente, la capacitación se ofrece en línea a través de Zoom. Los proveedores recibirán un cronograma de capacitación trimestralmente (octubre, enero, abril y julio), al menos tres o cuatro semanas antes del primer taller. El registro debe realizarse en www.njccis.com.

Desarrollo Profesional Mensual
& Boletín Informativo

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Entrenadores Principales

Los capacitadores principales brindan asistencia directa con el registro de cursos de desarrollo profesional a través de NJCCIS y la programación de capacitación en el lugar para los centros de cuidado infantil. Comuníquese con el capacitador principal de su condado para analizar la creación de un plan de desarrollo profesional para usted o su programa .

Marilyn Quintana

Entrenador principal del condado de Middlesex

732-934-2902 

Mirna Montañez

Entrenador principal del condado de Somerset

732-934-2827 

Registro de la Fuerza Laboral de NJ

Hemos iniciado una colaboración conjunta el Registro de la fuerza laboral de NJ para usar la base de datos del Registro de NJ para registrarse en nuestros talleres. Esto significa que si desea asistir a un taller de CCCS, deberá tener un número de registro.

¿Qué es el Registro de NJ?

Cualquier persona que trabaje con niños en un centro de cuidado infantil, un entorno de cuidado infantil familiar, un programa extracurricular o en un sistema de escuelas públicas debe completar horas de capacitación de desarrollo profesional. El Registro de NJ es una base de datos en línea que ayuda a los profesionales de la primera infancia a administrar y realizar un seguimiento de sus horas de desarrollo profesional. También reconoce la educación, formación y experiencia laboral de una persona en el ámbito de la educación infantil. Los miembros activos pueden imprimir su tarjeta de membresía, Certificado de Reconocimiento y un Informe de Educación y Capacitación, que es un resumen de cualquier título, certificación, experiencia universitaria y credenciales que tengan, así como las capacitaciones a las que hayan asistido.

Para obtener más información, visite Workforce Registry en línea o llame al 1-877-522-1050

Cómo crear una cuenta en NJCCIS

Crear una cuenta en NJCCIS

 

¿Qué es un número de registro?

Una vez que se registre, se le asignará un número.  Ese número se utilizará para documentar su asistencia al taller.

¿Cómo encontrar y registrarse para capacitaciones?

Comó Encontrar Clases de Capacitacion y Desarrollo Profesional en NJCCIS

El Asociado en Desarrollo Infantil (CDA)

​El Asociado en Desarrollo Infantil (CDA) es un programa de acreditación reconocido a nivel nacional.

Es una credencial basada en competencias que se otorga a las personas que trabajan con niños pequeños, tanto como proveedores de cuidado infantil familiar como personal del centro, y que han cumplido con todos los requisitos descritos por el Concilio para el Reconocimiento Profesional.

El Departamento de Niños y Familias del Estado de Nueva Jersey (agencia que otorga la licencia) reconoce la credencial como equivalente al certificado de Maestro de Grupo.

Community Child Care Solutions tiene la certificación Gold Standard del Council for Professional Recognition. El programa es un curso de 10 meses que se reúnen 3 horas cada semana, comenzando cada agosto hasta mediados de junio.

Este curso consta de 135 horas de capacitación, con no menos de 10 horas en cada una de las siguientes áreas de contenido:

1. Planificar un ambiente de aprendizaje seguro y saludable

2. Fomentar el desarrollo físico e intelectual de los niños

3. Apoyar el desarrollo social y emocional de los niños

4. Edificar relaciones productivas con las familias

5. Manejar un programa eficaz

6. Mantener un compromiso profesional

7. Observar y registrar el comportamiento de los niños

8. Comprender los principios del desarrollo y aprendizje infantil

Comuníquese con Angie DeFazio para obtener más información adefazio@cccschildcare.org

  • What kind of child care can I use and receive help in paying for my child's care?
    You can use a Licensed Child Care Center, State-Registered Family Child Care (FCC) home provider or a Family, Friend & Neighbor (FNN). The selection is always parental choice.
  • What is the process if I select a Family, Friend & Neighbor (FNN) provider?
    You should inform the Subsidy Case Worker assigned to your case that you would like to use a FFN provider. You must also be prepared to have the potential provider’s full legal name, address of where he/she will be watching your child, provider’s phone number and social security number available when you call. This potential provider will then receive a phone call and will be mailed a packet that must be completed and returned immediately. New requirements must be met by your potential provider before payment can be approved. IMPORTANT: Due to new state mandated requirements the timeframe to complete all the requirements can take approximately five through eight weeks. We will not back pay, parents / applicants will have to pay out of pocket until the prospective provider has completed all the requirements and has been approved.
  • How often should a provider expect to be paid?
    Once the contract is received, the provider can expect to receive payment on a bi-weekly basis which will be direct deposited into their bank account.
  • I submitted an application for the Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP); how long will it take to process my application?
    We review documentation provided by you within 10 business days. However please be advised a response will be sent to you via mail and allow an additional 3 to 5 business days for mailing.
  • Do you help pay registration fee?
    Only those clients on the Work First New Jersey Program (WFNJ) are eligible for assistance with registration fee. Up to $50 registration fee can be paid per provider; one time only.
  • Do you help pay transportation fee?
    Only those clients on the Work First New Jersey Program (WFNJ) are eligible for assistance with transportation. Up to $2 per day can be paid.
  • How much assistance will I receive and what is my portion (co-pay)?
    The amount covered is dependent on your family size, income and whether you need full-time or part-time care. The exact amounts will not be known until all of the listed information has been approved and entered in the state subsidy systems.
  • Do you help pay occasional care if my current provider is closed due to school closing?
    Only those clients on the Work First New Jersey Program (WFNJ) are eligible for assistance with occasional care due to your child’s current provider closing due to school closing or holiday.
  • Can my subsidy payment be stopped or terminated?
    Yes. Below are some reasons you may no longer receive help in paying for child care (based on the subsidy program you are approved for). Work First New Jersey (WFNJ) Your activity has ended or you stop attending You have not submitted employment documents to your case worker You have not paid your portion of child care cost (co-pay) You failed to return the annual redetermination application and eligibility documents You are no longer eligible Child Care Assistance PRogram (CCAP): You move out of New Jersey Your income increases over the 85 % of the SMI income scale You stop working or attending school for more than three months You have not paid your portion of child care cost (co-pay) You failed to return the annual redetermination application and eligibility documents You are no longer eligible For a complete list you can read your Parent Handbook or speak to a Subsidy Case Manager.

En el lugar de entrenamiento

Sabemos lo difícil que puede ser brindarle a su personal oportunidades de capacitación, por lo que hemos establecido Servicios de capacitación en el lugar para la educación y el cuidado temprano. A través de la capacitación en el sitio, ofrecemos una variedad de temas de capacitación para profesionales del cuidado infantil. Nuestros talleres se diseñarán para satisfacer las necesidades y los problemas especiales de su personal y se ofrecen en una fecha, hora y lugar convenientes para usted.

 

Los siguientes miembros del equipo de desarrollo profesional pueden ayudarlo a organizar una sesión de desarrollo profesional en el sitio:

Angie De Fazio

732-934.2882 

Mirna Montañez

732-934-2827 

Marilyn Quintana

732-934-2902 

  • What kind of child care can I use and receive help in paying for my child's care?
    You can use a Licensed Child Care Center, State-Registered Family Child Care (FCC) home provider or a Family, Friend & Neighbor (FNN). The selection is always parental choice.
  • What is the process if I select a Family, Friend & Neighbor (FNN) provider?
    You should inform the Subsidy Case Worker assigned to your case that you would like to use a FFN provider. You must also be prepared to have the potential provider’s full legal name, address of where he/she will be watching your child, provider’s phone number and social security number available when you call. This potential provider will then receive a phone call and will be mailed a packet that must be completed and returned immediately. New requirements must be met by your potential provider before payment can be approved. IMPORTANT: Due to new state mandated requirements the timeframe to complete all the requirements can take approximately five through eight weeks. We will not back pay, parents / applicants will have to pay out of pocket until the prospective provider has completed all the requirements and has been approved.
  • How often should a provider expect to be paid?
    Once the contract is received, the provider can expect to receive payment on a bi-weekly basis which will be direct deposited into their bank account.
  • I submitted an application for the Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP); how long will it take to process my application?
    We review documentation provided by you within 10 business days. However please be advised a response will be sent to you via mail and allow an additional 3 to 5 business days for mailing.
  • Do you help pay registration fee?
    Only those clients on the Work First New Jersey Program (WFNJ) are eligible for assistance with registration fee. Up to $50 registration fee can be paid per provider; one time only.
  • Do you help pay transportation fee?
    Only those clients on the Work First New Jersey Program (WFNJ) are eligible for assistance with transportation. Up to $2 per day can be paid.
  • How much assistance will I receive and what is my portion (co-pay)?
    The amount covered is dependent on your family size, income and whether you need full-time or part-time care. The exact amounts will not be known until all of the listed information has been approved and entered in the state subsidy systems.
  • Do you help pay occasional care if my current provider is closed due to school closing?
    Only those clients on the Work First New Jersey Program (WFNJ) are eligible for assistance with occasional care due to your child’s current provider closing due to school closing or holiday.
  • Can my subsidy payment be stopped or terminated?
    Yes. Below are some reasons you may no longer receive help in paying for child care (based on the subsidy program you are approved for). Work First New Jersey (WFNJ) Your activity has ended or you stop attending You have not submitted employment documents to your case worker You have not paid your portion of child care cost (co-pay) You failed to return the annual redetermination application and eligibility documents You are no longer eligible Child Care Assistance PRogram (CCAP): You move out of New Jersey Your income increases over the 85 % of the SMI income scale You stop working or attending school for more than three months You have not paid your portion of child care cost (co-pay) You failed to return the annual redetermination application and eligibility documents You are no longer eligible For a complete list you can read your Parent Handbook or speak to a Subsidy Case Manager.

Ayúdenos a marcar la diferencia para las familias del condado de Middlesex y Somerset

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