Training for Daycare Teams
Training Seminar for the Oranim College “Meshi” Program for Preschool Caregivers
In collaboration with: Oranim College
Goal: The “Meshi” program trains caregivers of toddlers. Within the framework of this program, the Haruv Institute presented central issues related to maltreated children, which included recognizing signs for detecting and identifying abused children, the consequences of abuse on the development of young children, the effect of trauma during the first years of life and the role of the caregiver in the care centers in coping with this phenomenon.
Target Population: Caregivers of toddlers
Number of Sessions: 10
Number of Participants: 70
Location: Oranim College
Preventing Violence and Aggression of Educational Workers towards Children
In collaboration with: WIZO
Goal: To decrease aggression and violence of caregivers against children at the Center.
Target Population: Caregivers and directors of preschool child care.
Number of Sessions: 14 groups, 2 sessions per group
Number of Participants: 25 participants in each group
Location: Throughout Israel
Training Program for the African Educational Staff of “UNITAF” (NGO)
In collaboration with: “UNITAF” (NGO)
Goal: To help kindergarten teachers better understand the children’s behavior and cope with their professional difficulties, with empathy and professionalism.
Target Population: African kindergarten teachers and caregivers working at day-care and after-school centers.
Number of Sessions: 2 groups, 5 sessions per group
Number of Participants: 40