Adult Students

TRAINING

Training child care providers to be outstanding caregivers is at the very core of our mission at Rainbow Fleet. We offer numerous educational opportunities each month covering various child care topics including safe sleep, first aid, operations, room arrangement, child development and many more. All of our training can be applied toward the DHS licensing requirements and also qualifies for Stars training credits. To learn more about Stars training credits, click here.

TRAINING SCHEDULE

Upcoming Events

  • Apr 22, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
    Zoom
    This training helps providers navigate communication with the families of children in their care, gaining tips on how to have difficult conversations with parents. It will address effective communication skills to foster healthy relationships between caregivers and the families they serve.
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  • Apr 27, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
    Zoom
    During this course we will cover the importance of self-care and other-care. This training will focus on the causes of educator stress and burnout, emotional intelligence, mindfulness, discuss self-care strategies and help you create a self-care plan for providers.
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Space can be reserved by phone at 405-521-1426. Attendees may also send a completed registration form by fax or email to 405-521-1472 or sthrush@rainbowfleet.org. Payment is accepted by check, cash, money order or credit/debit card (Visa or MasterCard). A space is only guaranteed when payment is received. A receipt will be issued to complete your enrollment. Please bring your receipt to class. Unless otherwise noted, all classes take place at Rainbow Fleet, 1105 NW 45th St. in Oklahoma City. A 24 Hour notice of cancellation is required in order to receive a training voucher, otherwise no refund for missed trainings will be given. Doors open 30 minutes before and close 30 minutes after training. Doors are locked 15 minutes after trainings begin. No children allowed; please make alternate plans for child care. Space is limited and children are a distraction for participants and trainers.