Distance Learning Sessions

Illinois After School Network is please to offer Distance Learning Sessions to providers here in Illinois. We have sessions  you can attend live, or you can view videos of past sessions online. A listing of upcoming sessions are noted below.

Before you register, please make certain that are committing to attend the session. Both sessions will be limited as they are not ‘sit and get’, but interactive sessions with one of our seasoned trainers. Also, you must remain for the duration of the session in order to receive credit and/or certificate of attendance. Our training policy states that there is a grace period of 10 minutes to join the session in order to receive the training hours.


UPCOMING SESSIONS

In response to providers who have asked us to host a session in relation to race and diversity, we would like to announce the following:

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Examining Implicit Bias Part One: Defining the Concept

Date: July 22, 2020 from 10am until 12 noon

Facilitator:  Tiana T. Cody LSW, Illinois AfterSchool Network Trainer

Description: Through interactive engagement, we will define implicit bias and its impacts.  We will also unveil the primary characteristics of implicit bias and employ various methods to promote self-awareness & self-reflection.  Through self-guided activities, we will look through the lens of fear and bias that allows us to move towards seeing one another as an individual, staff and members of a community, especially in the wake of current challenges.

Intended audience:  Front Line Staff and Coordinators

Registration Link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5521593870740181004

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Examining Implicit Bias Part Two: Self-Awareness & Self-Reflection through Programming

Date: July 24, 2020 from 10am until 12noon

Facilitator:  Tiana T. Cody LSW, Illinois AfterSchool Network Trainer

Description:  Through an interactive webinar, this training will focus on systemic Self-Awareness & Reflection from a programming lens.  By the end of the training:
1.     Uncovering our implicit bias
2.     Discussing and unpacking the inequities in the programming
3.     Formulating resources and plans
4.     Becoming aware of the bias
5.     Creating a youth and family focused plan using empathetic strategies to build resiliency

Intended audience:  Front Line Staff and Coordinators

Registration Link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1800620022950915084

Please know that registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis until all slots have been filled.