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Child care provider training set

By The Herald Staff | 10/4/2013

The Frontier Extension District is sponsoring a two-hour training opportunity for child care providers.

The “Building Relationships with Children and Youth Who Challenge Us” event, approved by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, is planned for 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Oct. 29 in the commission chambers at the Franklin County Office Annex, 1418 S. Main St., Ottawa.

The Frontier Extension District is sponsoring a two-hour training opportunity for child care providers.

The “Building Relationships with Children and Youth Who Challenge Us” event, approved by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, is planned for 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Oct. 29 in the commission chambers at the Franklin County Office Annex, 1418 S. Main St., Ottawa.

“Some children are more difficult to work with than others,” a press release from the extension district’s Ottawa office said. “[The training] will help those who care for young children and youth take an honest look at children and their feelings about them. The session will also help professionals learn what they can do to build positive relationships with all children — even the ones who challenge them.”

To register, call the Ottawa office at (785) 229-3520 or email to rmcfarla@ksu.edu

A registration fee is required.

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