PRO is hosting monthly Statewide Training

Our virtual training is a great opportunity to connect with colleagues from across the state as well as to learn something new as each training focuses on a different topic related to our profession. Training takes place on the second Tuesday of each month (except on holiday weekends) and is open to members and non-members alike.

Check out the calendar for dates and details.

Training is free for PRO Members

Not yet a member?

You can join and get your first training for free!

Nonmembers can attend the training but will need to pay $20 to receive a certificate for two hours of Set Two training.

If you are named as the Provider on an Oregon Registered Family or Certified Family Child Care license, you may be eligible for reimbursement of training fees through Oregon’s Family Child Care Scholarship Program.

February Statewide Training - Title Evaluating Time Management in and out of the Classroom: Exploring A Work-Life Balance in Child Care

$ 20.00 USD

February 14, 2023, 6 - 8 pm. Trainer Courtney Bowen. Set Two. CKC - PPLD. No Age-specific content. 2- hours Description: What does work-life balance look like when you are working in your home? In this training, we will examine time management theories and strategies for maintaining an appropriate equilibrium between work and home. Providers will explore these theories and determine what will suit their program needs.

March Statewide Training - Title: Collaborating With Children and Families Who Have Experienced Trauma

$ 20.00 USD

March 14 2023, 6-8 pm Trainer Jenna Sanders Set Two. CKC: FCS. Ages: Infant/Toddler, Preschool, School Age. 2 hours . Description: This training will examine the effects of trauma on children and families and the impact on child care programs. We will explore ways to sensitively support families in crisis. Techniques to collaborate with children and caregivers in supporting health will be explored.