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Summer Institute for Head Start Management

July 22-26, 2019

at Cal State University East Bay Downtown Oakland Center 

for information on the Basic Skills Summer Institute click this link

The Summer Institute curriculum is based entirely on the Parent, Family Community Engagement (PFCE) framework, and on the goals and Relationship Based Competencies (RBCs) listed in the appendix to ACF-IM-HS-12-05. We cover the RBCs for Supervisors, presenting the latest in social work theory and practice to help you implement the PFCE framework.

The Management Summer Institute will be held in Oakland, CA on July 22–26, 2019 at the Cal State University Downtown Oakland Center.

The Parent, Family Community Engagement (PFCE) framework requires HUGE changes for how Head Start family workers assist families. Our courses cover all of the Relationship Based Competencies in ACF-IM-HS-12-05. The Office of Head Start eventually wants each local program to develop their in-house training capacity. Sending your staff to our courses is one way to develop the ability of your staff to provide that training.

We provide these courses for college credit for Head Start Supervisors in conjunction with the California State University East Bay. To the best of our knowledge, we are the only West Coast provider of university-credit courses that are keyed exactly to the Relationship Based Competencies in the PFCE framework. These courses take place during the summer at the California State University downtown Oakland campus.

The Summer Institute faculty are drawn from the Schools of Social Work and Social Welfare at U.C. Berkeley, CSU East Bay, San Francisco State, and other area universities and their MSW graduates, and from Head Start programs.

The Summer Institute for Head Start Management offers 2 college credits via California State University East Bay for $178.

All Head Start Management Summer Institute participants get:

  • Four days of intensive training in how to apply social work principles and practices to implement the new Parent, Family, Community Engagement framework.
  • A CD with all the PowerPoints and other handouts from the workshops.
  • Up to 17 CEUs for LCSWs or MFTs. (for Management Institute only, from CSUEB)
  • After Hours: A free guided tour of San Francisco for the first 49 registrants.
  • A get-acquainted Reception hosted by the Center for Community Futures.
  • New ways to meet the goals and standards created by the RBCs.
  • Network with your peers and learn how they are doing family development.

Our faculty includes University of California, San Francisco State, and Cal State University faculty and MSW graduates. You can increase the skills of staff, figure out how to implement the many moving parts of the PFCE, and discuss how to meet the Monitoring Protocol requirements.

The Summer Institute for Management is specifically tailored to Family and Community Partnership Supervisors (especially new supervisors) and Family Service Workers. This is not a generic curriculum. These workshops are based completely on the PFCE framework and Head Start regulations. Send your in-house PFCE trainers. This is a train-the-trainer event. The schedule is posted below.

The program begins at with an optional event at 4:00 p.m. on Monday, July 21, and ends at noon on Friday, July 26.

The schedule for 2019 will be posted here as soon as it is available. Below is a sample schedule from 2018:

Hotel Info

We have a small block of rooms at a historic landmark boutique hotel located in “Old Oakland” one block from the California State University downtown conference site.

The Washington Inn – 495 10th Street, Oakland, CA 94607. Phone # 510-452-1776
www.thewashingtoninn.com
Group rate: Single is $151 per night. Two queen beds is $161 per night.  King is $171 plus tax. Add $20 per additional occupant.
Management Group Promotional Code:  CFCF2

In addition, there are other hotels nearby where you can make your own arrangements.  Most of them are at or below the $171 Federal lodging rate for Oakland.

Oakland Marriott City Center – 1001 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94607.  510-451-4000
www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/oakdt-oakland-marriott-city-center

Waterfront Hotel – 10 Washington Street, Oakland, CA 94607.  888-842-5333
https://www.jdvhotels.com/hotels/california/oakland/waterfront-hotel

Clarion Hotel Downtown Oakland City Center – 371 13th Street, Oakland, CA 94612.  510-279-1700.  http://www.clarionhoteldowntownoakland.com

Courtyard by Marriott Oakland Downtown – 988 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94607.  510-625-8282.  https://www.courtyardoakland.com

Airport Transportation. The hotel is located about a half hour from the San Francisco International Airport and an hour from the Oakland International Airport. Shuttle or taxi service is available to and from both airports. Information about transportation will be mailed with registration confirmation.

Certificate of Completion. If you complete 75% of the classes, you will receive a Certificate of Completion from us.

CEUs (click this link for more information): Continuing Education Units are available for the Management Institute.  Ccontinuing education units are available for MFTs and LCSWs, payable in cash or a check to the CSUEB.  CEUs are $178 from Cal State University.

College Credit. For an additional $178, you can earn two college credits from the California State University East Bay. Management Institute Contract Registration Form for CSUEB

Parking: Daily parking at the CSUEB center, overnight parking at area garages.  We will send you a list.

Registration Fees. The fee for the Summer Institute for Management is $895. You may substitute at any time but it must be by e-mail or mail. Cancel anytime before July 2 for $100. After July 2, the cancellation fee is $250.

The Institutes do not include room and board.

There is no “one way” to do family development. The Institutes provide a wide range of social work, family development and case management methods from which you can choose. Adapt their ideas to your local needs. We hope to see you there.

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