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Linda Berrytest

Master Trainer

Rochester, MN

(952) 492-3827

Miles willing to travel
25
Time of day
Evening
Schedule Availability
Both weekdays and weekends
Primary Language
English
Training Language(s)
English

Deloris Friske is a trainer/curriculum writer for family child care. A sixteen hour curriculum entitled "Family Child Care - Pathways to Success" was created by Deloris and Beth Mork to address issues facing providers entering the profession of licensed family child care or new to the profession. The 16 hour curriculum has 8 classes with the following titles and components. 1) Recordkeeping and the Business Component of Family Child Dare 2) Health, Safety and Nutrition 3) Communication-Parent/Provider Partnerships 4) Environments & Marketing 5) Child Growth & Development/Curriculum 6) Child Guidance 7) Professional Pathways to Success 8) Risk Reduction. Classes can be delivered as self standing or in the sequence. The sequence of classes is offered through the Scott County Licensed Family Child Care Association.

Age Group Expertise

Infants Toddlers Preschoolers School Age Secondary Adults

Knowledge and Competency Framework

I: Child Development and Learning II.A: Creating Positive Learning Experiences II.B: Promoting Cognitive Development II.C: Promoting Social and Emotional Development II.D: Promoting Physical Development II.E: Promoting Creative Development III: Relationships with Families IV.A: Observing, Recording and Assessing Development IV.B: Assessing and Using Information to Plan IV.C: Assessing and Using Information to Enhance and Maintain Program Quality V: Historical and Contemporary Development of Early Childhood Education VI: Professionalism VII.A: Establishing Healthy Practices VII.B: Ensuring Safety VII.C: Providing Healthy Nutrition

Other Competencies

Adult Education: Delivery for Trainers CDA - Effective Program Operation CDA - Maintaining Professionalism CDA - Observing and Recording Behavior CDA - Physical and Intellectual Development CDA - Principles of Child Growth and Development CDA - Productive Family Relationships CDA - Safe Healthy Learning Environment CDA - Social and Emotional Development Mentor - Managing Challenges Mentor - Mentoring Relationship Mentor - Professional Responsibilities in Mentoring

Higher Education

Bachelor's Degree
Viterbo University
Home Economics
Master's Degree
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Education
Some College
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Vocational Education

Additional Credentials

Minnesota Infant Toddler Credential
Minnesota Department of Human Services
Minnesota Infant Toddler Credential