The Children's Trust - Training

The Children's Trust
3150 SW 3rd Avenue, 8th Floor Training Room
Miami
FL
33129

Creating Healthier Lives - FLIPANY Nutrition Workshop

Event Description:

An interactive nutrition workshop that teaches the fundamentals of nutrition and healthy eating practices to promote healthy living, based on evidenced-based nutrition guidelines and practices. Providers can expect hands on activities and a food demonstration. Providers will receive resources that will help them to integrate nutrition education into the after-school curriculum, in effort to educate youth and promote a healthy after-school environment.

FLIPANY’s Nutrition Workshop is mandatory for TCT YAS/YEN providers. At least 2 representatives per site are required to attend; however, this workshop is beneficial for all staff. Each attendee will receive an in-service certification of completion. Each workshop holds a maximum of 30 participants. Workshops will typically be canceled if there are less than 5 staff registered. If canceled, staff will receive an e-mail notification at least 24 hours prior to cancellation.

Creating Healthier Lives - FLIPANY Nutrition Workshop

Event Description:

An interactive nutrition workshop that teaches the fundamentals of nutrition and healthy eating practices to promote healthy living, based on evidenced-based nutrition guidelines and practices. Providers can expect hands on activities and a food demonstration. Providers will receive resources that will help them to integrate nutrition education into the after-school curriculum, in effort to educate youth and promote a healthy after-school environment.

FLIPANY’s Nutrition Workshop is mandatory for TCT YAS/YEN providers. At least 2 representatives per site are required to attend; however, this workshop is beneficial for all staff. Each attendee will receive an in-service certification of completion. Each workshop holds a maximum of 30 participants. Workshops will typically be canceled if there are less than 5 staff registered. If canceled, staff will receive an e-mail notification at least 24 hours prior to cancellation.

Florida KidCare Coalition of Miami-Dade County Meeting

The Florida KidCare Coalition of Miami-Dade County is comprised of more than 30 community members representing state and local agencies, nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, healthcare providers, businesses, faith-based organizations and other community-oriented entities. It works collaboratively to conduct more effective outreach for children and enroll more of them in Florida KidCare. Coalition members collaborate to plan programs and projects to educate the community, increase awareness, support local and statewide advocacy efforts for policy change, and improve outreach capabilities. An overarching goal of all the Coalition efforts is to provide advocates with a network for improving and providing a coordinated approach for application assistance and retention support for Florida KidCare to families in Miami-Dade.

Florida KidCare Coalition of Miami-Dade County Meeting

The Florida KidCare Coalition of Miami-Dade County is comprised of more than 30 community members representing state and local agencies, nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, healthcare providers, businesses, faith-based organizations and other community-oriented entities. It works collaboratively to conduct more effective outreach for children and enroll more of them in Florida KidCare. Coalition members collaborate to plan programs and projects to educate the community, increase awareness, support local and statewide advocacy efforts for policy change, and improve outreach capabilities. An overarching goal of all the Coalition efforts is to provide advocates with a network for improving and providing a coordinated approach for application assistance and retention support for Florida KidCare to families in Miami-Dade.

Florida KidCare Coalition of Miami-Dade County Meeting

The Florida KidCare Coalition of Miami-Dade County is comprised of more than 30 community members representing state and local agencies, nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, healthcare providers, businesses, faith-based organizations and other community-oriented entities. It works collaboratively to conduct more effective outreach for children and enroll more of them in Florida KidCare. Coalition members collaborate to plan programs and projects to educate the community, increase awareness, support local and statewide advocacy efforts for policy change, and improve outreach capabilities. An overarching goal of all the Coalition efforts is to provide advocates with a network for improving and providing a coordinated approach for application assistance and retention support for Florida KidCare to families in Miami-Dade.

Grants 101: A Hands-on Introduction to Identifying and Preparing Successful Grant Applications - Workshop B

Description: This training provides a detailed, hands-on introduction to identifying grant opportunities and preparing effective applications. Additionally, the training provides tips on effective grants management techniques.

Instructor: Catherine Raymond, Ph.D. of Raymond Consulting, Inc.

Learning Outcomes

Participants will learn how to:
• Identify appropriate grant opportunities and prospective funders
• Write more effective grant applications

Materials: Handouts will be provided.

Workshop Topics
1. Identifying your organization’s grant funding priorities
2. Assessing your grant management capacity
3. Identifying prospective funders
4. Reviewing grant application guidelines (hands-on activity)
5. Understanding components and characteristics of successful grant applications
6. Reviewing grant applications (hands-on activity)
7. Practice writing and feedback (hands-on activity)
8. Grants management tips

Format: Structured as a two workshop series that will run twice.
• Workshop A: 3 hour session
• Workshop B: 2 hour session
• Grant writing assignment for in between the 2 sessions.

Participants: Up to 30 participants per series, up to 2 participants per organization. An estimated total of 30 to 40 organizations can participate.

Workshop Series Dates:

Series 1:
• Workshop A: November 7, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
• Workshop B: November 14, 9 a.m.-11 a.m.

Series 2:
• Workshop A: November 9, 1 p.m.-4 p.m.
• Workshop B: November 16, 2 p.m.-4 p.m.

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Grants 101: A Hands-on Introduction to Identifying and Preparing Successful Grant Applications - Workshop A

Description: This training provides a detailed, hands-on introduction to identifying grant opportunities and preparing effective applications. Additionally, the training provides tips on effective grants management techniques.

Instructor: Catherine Raymond, Ph.D. of Raymond Consulting, Inc.

Learning Outcomes

Participants will learn how to:
• Identify appropriate grant opportunities and prospective funders
• Write more effective grant applications

Materials: Handouts will be provided.

Workshop Topics
1. Identifying your organization’s grant funding priorities
2. Assessing your grant management capacity
3. Identifying prospective funders
4. Reviewing grant application guidelines (hands-on activity)
5. Understanding components and characteristics of successful grant applications
6. Reviewing grant applications (hands-on activity)
7. Practice writing and feedback (hands-on activity)
8. Grants management tips

Format: Structured as a two workshop series that will run twice.
• Workshop A: 3 hour session
• Workshop B: 2 hour session
• Grant writing assignment for in between the 2 sessions.

Participants: Up to 30 participants per series, up to 2 participants per organization. An estimated total of 30 to 40 organizations can participate.

Workshop Series Dates:

Series 1:
• Workshop A: November 7, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
• Workshop B: November 14, 9 a.m.-11 a.m.

Series 2:
• Workshop A: November 9, 1 p.m.-4 p.m.
• Workshop B: November 16, 2 p.m.-4 p.m.

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