TRAINING CALENDAR

 

Feb
26
Mon
2024
VIRTUAL Teacher-Training Workshop @ YMCA BC - Kamloops Region
Feb 26 – Mar 6 all-day
  • The Parent-Child Mother Goose Program® is for infants, young children and their parent or
    parents (or grandparent, aunt, etc.) to attend together. It focuses on the power and pleasure of
    the playful interactive use of songs, stories and rhymes.
    What are the benefits?
    The program is known for its contribution to the relationship between parent and child, for
    development of ability and confidence of both the child and the parent, and for connections
    made amongst participants.
    This workshop
    • Provides resources
    • Prepares participants to teach in a P-CMGP
    • Increases skill and confidence to use songs, rhymes and stories with parents, infants and
    children
    • Explores practices to enhance the relationship between parents and their children
    Trainer: This workshop will be facilitated by Maureen Doll. She is a program teacher and
    teacher trainer.
    Certification
    • An attendance certificate is provided for attending the full workshop
    • 16 hours of registration of certification is accredited to participants
    Please note: The P-CMGP® needs to be lead by 2 trained teachers
    Times: February 26, 28, March 4 and 6th, from 6:00 – 9:00pm
    Where: Virtual learning opportunity offered through Zoom. Participation is required, so please
    make sure you have a stable internet connection with working video, in a quiet room with
    limited distractions.
  • Cost: $250.00
    Registration: Please call (250) 376-4771 for registration and payment
    ** Please note – refunds will not be permitted within one week of the workshop start date.
  • For more information please contact Maureen Doll at 250-376-4771, or email [email protected]

Facilitator: Maureen Doll

Apr
19
Fri
2024
VIRTUAL Teacher-Training Workshop @ CSI Annex, ON
Apr 19 – Apr 27 all-day

*Early Bird Rate applies to those who register one month or more before the scheduled workshop.

The exact dates are April 19, 20, 26, and 27 (all Friday and Saturday mornings).

Exact times TBD.

To register CLICK HERE.

This workshop will cover:

  • The Philosophy and Objectives of the Parent-Child Mother Goose Program®
  • The Materials of the Parent-Child Mother Goose Program®, including:

Rhymes – many examples of interactive rhymes; how they fit into the program, how to use interactive rhymes, and how to teach them to parents.

Songs – learn lullabies and dancing songs; when to use them and how to teach them in an enjoyable way.

Storytelling – why it’s an essential part of the program; how to learn and tell a story, and enjoy it!

  • The Logistics of how to run a Parent-Child Mother Goose Program® – from setting up a group to preparing the room, and welcoming participants, to saying good-bye.

Facilitator: Lynda Howes

May
27
Mon
2024
VIRTUAL Teacher-Training Workshop @ YMCA BC - Kamloops Region
May 27 – Jun 5 all-day
  • The Parent-Child Mother Goose Program® is for infants, young children and their parent or
    parents (or grandparent, aunt, etc.) to attend together. It focuses on the power and pleasure of
    the playful interactive use of songs, stories and rhymes.
    What are the benefits?
    The program is known for its contribution to the relationship between parent and child, for
    development of ability and confidence of both the child and the parent, and for connections
    made amongst participants.
    This workshop
    • Provides resources
    • Prepares participants to teach in a P-CMGP
    • Increases skill and confidence to use songs, rhymes and stories with parents, infants and
    children
    • Explores practices to enhance the relationship between parents and their children
    Trainer: This workshop will be facilitated by Maureen Doll. She is a program teacher and
    teacher trainer.
    Certification
    • An attendance certificate is provided for attending the full workshop
    • 16 hours of registration of certification is accredited to participants
    Please note: The P-CMGP® needs to be lead by 2 trained teachers
    Times: May 27, 29, June 3rd and 5th, from 6:00 – 9:00pm
    Where: Virtual learning opportunity offered through Zoom. Participation is required, so please
    make sure you have a stable internet connection with working video, in a quiet room with
    limited distractions.
  • Cost: $250.00
    Registration: Please call (250) 376-4771 for registration and payment
    ** Please note – refunds will not be permitted within one week of the workshop start date.
  • For more information please contact Maureen Doll at 250-376-4771, or email [email protected]

Facilitator: Maureen Doll

Jun
14
Fri
2024
In-Person Teacher-Training Workshop in Toronto @ CSI Annex, ON
Jun 14 – Jun 15 all-day

*Early Bird Rate applies to those who register one month or more before the scheduled workshop.

Friday and Saturday, exact times TBD.

To register CLICK HERE.

This workshop will cover:

  • The Philosophy and Objectives of the Parent-Child Mother Goose Program®
  • The Materials of the Parent-Child Mother Goose Program®, including:

Rhymes – many examples of interactive rhymes; how they fit into the program, how to use interactive rhymes, and how to teach them to parents.

Songs – learn lullabies and dancing songs; when to use them and how to teach them in an enjoyable way.

Storytelling – why it’s an essential part of the program; how to learn and tell a story, and enjoy it!

  • The Logistics of how to run a Parent-Child Mother Goose Program® – from setting up a group to preparing the room, and welcoming participants, to saying good-bye.

Facilitator: Maria Ordonez

Sep
20
Fri
2024
In-Person Teacher-Training Workshop in Toronto @ CSI Annex, ON
Sep 20 – Sep 21 all-day

*Early Bird Rate applies to those who register one month or more before the scheduled workshop.

Friday and Saturday, exact times TBD.

To register CLICK HERE.

This workshop will cover:

  • The Philosophy and Objectives of the Parent-Child Mother Goose Program®
  • The Materials of the Parent-Child Mother Goose Program®, including:

Rhymes – many examples of interactive rhymes; how they fit into the program, how to use interactive rhymes, and how to teach them to parents.

Songs – learn lullabies and dancing songs; when to use them and how to teach them in an enjoyable way.

Storytelling – why it’s an essential part of the program; how to learn and tell a story, and enjoy it!

  • The Logistics of how to run a Parent-Child Mother Goose Program® – from setting up a group to preparing the room, and welcoming participants, to saying good-bye.

Facilitator: Ruth Danziger